On Thursday, May 10, a group of UM alumni and SBE students (as part of the SCOPE Dublin trip) gathered
While doing her masters in Global Supply Chain Management and Change at SBE’s Venlo campus, Caroline Larisch didn’t learn much about Air Cargo, but out of curiosity for the industry, she applied for the cargo internship at the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the trade association for the world’s airlines. IATA represents some 280 airlines or 83% of total air traffic, and supports many areas of aviation activity and helps formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues. As IATA’s cargo intern, Larisch has over the last year found her passion in the aviation cargo industry.
Singapore has the famous Raffles Hotel, Sentosa Island, Orchard Road, and Marina Bay Sands. But did you know that there
Maastricht was the place to be on 24 March—the annual SCOPE Alumni Day. It was an event in which former SCOPE members had the opportunity to reconnect with one another and enjoy a few hours indulging in happy memories of their time at SCOPE.
Did you know that our students can study emerging markets and during their study they complete an internship in an
The 23rd edition of Maastricht University’s biggest recruitment event—Maastricht Business Days—took place on 6 and 7 March. The event is a platform to broaden students’ networks through various activities such as workshops, interviews and presentations.
Rankings: according to those who compile them, they represent expert opinions on quality. And nearly everyone else, it seems, has an opinion about those opinions: news media, employers, policymakers, taxpayers, prospective students and parents, and alumni looking back on their education and their alma mater.
Peter Møllgaard (Denmark, 1964), Professor of Industrial Organization at Copenhagen Business School (CBS), has been appointed as the new Dean
Support to help expand and strengthen the manufacturing sector in Limburg could bring significant gains to the Dutch province’s economy, and a triple helix collaboration involving academics at Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics, businesses and the provincial government could play a key role.
“There are some academics who take the role of preachers when it comes to sustainability, who just reiterate that we must be sustainable,” SBE professor of real estate finance Piet Eichholtz observes. “We take a more pragmatic approach and say, well, let’s see if sustainability pays, in monetary terms. Because if it does that, you don’t need to be a preacher, you don’t need to have government rules – the market will provide incentives.”