Master Level Summer Programs at Nyenrode

Master Level Summer Programs at Nyenrode

Nyenrode Business Universiteit, in cooperation with Utrecht Summer School, is offering breakthrough master-level business courses this summer. These courses are offered to enthusiastic talents who want to experience the university while acquiring the most up-to-date knowledge in areas relevant for today’s business world.  

The Summer Courses cover areas such as:
› investment banking
› business planning
› spiritual innovation
venture capital
› corporate social responsibility
and more!

Note: It is not required to have a business background in order to participate in the courses. 

Emile Visser, who participated in the Nyenrode Summer Courses 2012: "During those days I learnt a lot about topics I am interested in. I stayed in a student room on campus and I spoke with some Nyenrode students and alumni about student life. I got a really good impression of what life would be as a Nyenrode student..."

About the Summer Courses

 Dates: July 1 - August 9
 Length: 1 or 2 weeks
 Language: English
 Academic Credits granted: 2.0 - 4.0 ETCS

During the summer courses, participants are welcomed to stay at Nyenrode student rooms or campus hotel. Participants will also be able to enjoy a balanced meal plan, Nyenrode’s dinning hall, sport facilities, bar and beautiful surroundings which include its 13th Century Castle, a rose garden and a deer park.

More Information

 About the Summer Courses:
- Visit Nyenrode Summer Courses
- Email:
- Tel: +31 (0)346 291 719

 About Nyenrode Business Universiteit:
- Visit the official Nyenrode Website
- Email:
- Tel: +31 (0)346 291 211

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