At the Nijmegen School of Management the staff have combined academic research and education to create a challenging curriculum in the fields of public administration, business administration, business economics, geography, environment, spatial planning and political science. A rich and inspiring blend of subjects with great social significance can be found here. 

About

History

For years, the educational curriculum at the Nijmegen School of Management has been praised for the attention that it has paid to quality, supervision of its students, accessibility of lecturers and small-scale teaching. In order to create a stimulating study environment an active effort and commitment from students is needed. We expect to see this attitude shared by those who come here to study.

Education

As a student-oriented academic school of management, NSM is able to nurture a close relationship with its students, and we pride ourselves on our student-focus. We share joint responsibility for the personal growth and development of our students. It is on the basis of this vision that we also regard our students not as mere ‘consumers of education’, but as individuals who play an active role in forming their own future.

Research

The Institute for Management Research (IMR) is the multidisciplinary research institute of the NSM, conducting top-level research on the governance of complex social systems. IMR researchers strongly believe that complex societal issues can best be understood and addressed by combining the latest theories, empirical insights and methods from various disciplinary traditions.

Bachelor's programmes

Social Sciences (1)

Accreditation

NVAO

All programmes of the Nijmegen School of Management have been accredited by the Accreditation Organisation of the Netherlands and Flanders (NVAO). With this accreditation system, which was introduced in the Netherlands in 2002, programmes within higher education are guaranteed to be at a more comparable level of quality, and the international recognition of higher education is increased. The programmes are assessed once every six years (for more information, visit http://www.nvao.net/, in Dutch).

EAPAA

The Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes of Public Administration have also been accredited by the European Association for Public Administration Accreditation (EAPAA).

Other Degrees

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