MaastrichtMBA is part of the Maastricht University School of Business and Economics. We have been accredited by the three leading international quality assurance bodies: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA. This so-called Triple Crown accreditation – granted to only 1% of all business schools worldwide – confirms our high quality of research and education, and guarantees a world-wide recognized value of your diploma. Furthermore, we have been accredited by the NVAO, the independent educational accreditation organisation for higher education institutions in the Netherlands and Flanders. An important practical advantage of the NVAO accreditation is that MaastrichtMBA students can get funding through the “Lifelong learning credit“ (Levenlanglerenkrediet). On top of the existing international Triple Crown accreditation, this confirms that our MaastrichtMBA is among the best in the world!
Our dedication to educational excellence is also reflected in international rankings where we clearly stand tall in the big boys’ league. CEO Magazine ranked MaastrichtMBA’s EuroMBA Online track on a 7th place worldwide and as second best Online MBA programme in the Netherlands in the Global Online MBA Rankings 2021. Next to that, the Executive MBA track is ranked 22nd worldwide in the 2021 Global Executive MBA Rankings. With a 16th place worldwide, Corporate Knights ranked our programme as one of the world’s leading game changers in the 2020 Better World MBA Ranking, which is a major global ranking to evaluate graduate business programmes on their integration of sustainable development topics, and faculty gender as well as racial diversity into the education of future business leaders.
Apart from rankings on programme level, our School of Business and Economics (SBE) faculty and Maastricht University in general also internationally competes with the very best institutes worldwide. SBE is rated among the 28 best business schools FOR the world at level 4 out of 5. The Positive Impact Rating features 46 leading schools that have performed well and supports a fundamental change in the business school landscape concerning societal responsibility and impact.
In two prestigious rankings that list the best universities worldwide under the age of 50, our university scores very high grades. In the 2021 QS Top 50 Under 50, Maastricht University holds 19th place and is described as “an innovative, research-oriented and the most international university in the Netherlands”. In the 2021 edition of Times Higher Education Young University Rankings, we remained our 6th place in this ranking.