Here at the MaastrichtMBA, we love our alumni and enjoy staying in touch! We recently caught up with class of 2016 alumni Ron Albers and reminisced over his experience at the MaastrichtMBA and his current life. Read more to see what he is doing with all of that potential!
I wanted to enrich my capabilities on leadership so I searched for an MBA program, which offered content on strategic level and multiple knowledge areas. Second, I preferred an MBA that combined knowledge with personal reflection and development.
The possibility to combine a study with an intense career and a part-time module in which you check-in at the university once every three months. Second, the international focus and variety of the program. Third, participants from all over the world enrich the program with a richness of cultural aspects and variety of angles on leadership.
Absolutely! Although, reading all the articles can be intense with gaining many new insights, I learned most during the group assignments, where we often shared and discussed theory and practice in class. Because of the variety of backgrounds, you learn to see the world from different angles, which I use on daily basis in my own work environment.
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It is an investment that is more than the MBA program itself. The journey is as important as the destination. Be aware that it will cost you spare time, which will pay off later.
The employer benefits from an employee that gains broader knowledge and develops personal leadership, which can contribute in the company growth.
Besides the in-class moments, the international week and the leadership week were magic. I have shared special impressions and inspiration in special places with my fellow students.
The Thirsty Thursdays: after an intense study week having a beer and fun in a pub somewhere in some city. It is work hard and play hard at MaastrichtMBA.