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April 27, 2017

By Gerdine Westland

How you as a government can intelligently influence European decision-making

Students & Alumni Public & Social Profit sector

  The PuMa-debate ‘Get more out of Europe’ held on April 20th  was expertly led by Peter Bursens, who welcomed us with the thought that Europe has a strong future and remains a vital part of the present, despite ominous rumblings throughout Europe.

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March 24, 2017

By Maarten Noeninckx

Alumni Stories, PART TWELVE: how the mpm boosts your career

Students & Alumni Public & Social Profit sector

Public Management belongs in a category of its own. No one is more aware of this than Maarten Noeninckx, strategic coordinator at the FPS Economy. Between 2013 and 2015 he was enrolled in the AMS Master in Public Management, a degree focused entirely on giving students a meaningful and

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January 27, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Alumni stories, PART ELEVEN: Business meets IT

Students & Alumni Digital & IT

Raphael Wouters is cofounder of hublio, a smart digital platform that connects clients with brokers, advisors and insurer, and he also happens to be an AMS-alumnus! He took the Master Enterprise IT Architecture (MEITA) between 2012-2014 at Antwerp Management School. After 10 years of

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January 18, 2017

By Antwerp Management School

Alumni stories, PART TEN: "Water is the next big thing"

Students & Alumni

DrugLijn and Stichting tegen Kanker are collaborating in ‘Tournée Minérale’ and are calling on everyone to join. Our alumnus and certified water sommelier Nils Segers is living proof that drinking water does not necessarily have to be boring. Therefore it is only natural that he should be

December 9, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

Alumni stories, PART NINE: First Belgian watch brand on Kickstarter

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

Nicolas Faes and Jeroen Depuydt from Antwerp founded designer brand Jakhals this year, and sell design watches made from pure materials. They sell them on the online platform Kickstarter. Kickstarter enables makers to reach out to fans and potential customers through worldwide

September 30, 2016

By Roeland Buckinx

Alumni stories, PART EIGHT: research equals project management

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

If you know that some 80% of projects have a different outcome than planned, it’s easy to see the importance of solid and effective project management. After all, organisations have to be more flexible than ever and they are asked to adapt to an increasingly complex world. As a result,

July 6, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

Alumni stories, PART SEVEN: students of the Master in Innovation & Entrepreneurship

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

A postgraduate degree is always a good idea. It gives you the time to think about what you want to do after your studies. The full-time Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship can help you get a better view on what you want to do after graduation, while at the same time giving you the

June 29, 2016

By Antwerp Management School

Alumni stories, PART SIX: 7 Reasons to study business in Antwerp

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

So you’ve decided to study business abroad, but you don’t really know if Antwerp is the city for you? Let's give you a better view on the many reasons why the city on the Schelde is a great place to live and to study business.

June 16, 2016

By Simon De Ruyter

Alumni stories, PART FOUR: a call for product developers

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

The Master of Innovation & Entrepreneurship (MIE) welcomes students from many different backgrounds, from engineering, science, IT and applied economics, to product development. Simon De Ruyter is an alumni of last year's MIE who studied Product Development before he came to AMS. We ask

June 8, 2016

By Lorens Van de Velde

Alumni stories, PART THREE: the Street Store

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

The mission of Antwerp Management School is based on three pillars: self-awareness, a global perspective, and societal consciousness. For this last pillar, every class at AMS needs to organize a social community project every year, as part of the Leadership and Career Development Track.

June 1, 2016

By Franco Prontera

Alumni stories, PART TWO: AMSlife

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

RBLS has four founders. Three of us, Benjamin, Maarten, and Franco, graduated from the Master in Innovation & Entrepreneurship at AMS last year. Although we all have a different background, we noticed over time that we had a common trait: a strong entrepreneurial spirit. After a couple of

May 25, 2016

By Axel Van der Donk

Alumni stories, PART ONE: AN INTRODUCTION

Students & Alumni Strategy & Innovation

I graduated from the Master Innovation Entrepreneurship (MIE) program in 2015. My business partner, another MIE grad, and I are one year into the financially disadvantaged life of an entrepreneur, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. We are currently reaching the end of a phase that can