Rotterdam Launches EMBA in Water Specialization

Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University (RSM) and Wetsus, Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology, have joined their resources and expertise to collaborate on a unique Executive MBA program that focuses on the water business, RSM announced on Twitter yesterday.

As explained on the school’s website, the EMBA Water Specialisation is tailored to internationally oriented and talented business people who wish to develop their activities in the global water business.

With a strong emphasis on leadership development in an international environment, the aim of this EMBA program is to reflect and further expand on intensely debated issues related to water quality and availability as well as provide insights into state-of-the art technological and managerial aspects of operating successfully in the industry.

Together with a general introduction to business principles, the program addresses current and future trends in water management with the objective of fostering leadership and sustainability. Participants will also develop and expand their network among companies operating in the water business.

Follow these links for more information on the curriculum, application and expenses of this unique program.

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