SBE Executive Education Open Evening on Thursday 28 November 2019

Open Evening Schedule in Dutch

You are cordially invited to attend our Open Evening on Thursday  28 November. Professors, lecturers and scientists of various education programs will be on hand. You can sign up for presentations and we are ready to answer all your questions. 

Presentations will be held in the the VU's main building at De Boelelaan 1105, 1081 HV, Amsterdam. Hall numbers will be announced in due time. Reception starts at 18:00 with coffee and a sandwich in the foyer of the Agorazalen.

Controller (EMFC/RC)*
Treasury Management (RT)**Certified Public Controller (CPC)*
MBA Leading with Purpose**
Publiek Leiderschap*
Digital Innovation & Transformation**
Accountancy (RA)* / Parttime MSc Accounting & Control*
Certified Management Accountant (CMA) (NL)*
Risk Management for Financial Institutions (RMFI)**MBA Finance & Control**Certified Management Accountant (CMA) (EN)**
Executive Master of M&A and Valuation**
Investment Management (RBA)*
Parttime MSc Business Administration (MSc BA)*
Business Analytics & Data Science*
MBA International Business**

There is an additional Dutch info session about OBM (Organizational Behavior Management) between 18.30 and 19.15. Location will be announced in due time.

*Dutch version
**English version Apply

Following every session round, there is ample opportunity to ask specific questions to the managers of the various programs in the foyer of the Agorazalen.

Interested in other education programs?

Do you prefer to receive information about a program that is not listed in the open evening schedule? Send an e-mail to and we will contact you as soon as possible. See below for all our other education programs in English:

Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)
Executive Master of M&A and Valuation
Winter Conference: Servant-Leadership
Geographical Information Sciences (MSc, UNIGIS Amsterdam)
International Executive Master in Auditing
PhD Programme in Business (parttime)
Transformative Management
Econometric Methods: Theory and Practice