The Amsterdam MBA
The University of Amsterdam is a crown jewel of the Dutch educational landscape. It enjoys a "triple crown" accreditation, bestowed by three independent rating agencies. It features small classes of around 25 students, and a cosy teacher-student ratio. As an accredited program, 60% of its classes are taught by UvA full-time staff.
The Amsterdam Business School (ABS) offers three post-experience MBA tracks. One of the younger MBA programs in the Netherlands, ABS is finding traction with niche evening-only MBA tracks in Data Science and Healthcare. The daytime Amsterdam MBA is a 12 month full-time program, offering small classes with fewer than 25 participants.
The cutoff GMAT score for an MBA is 630. Each year there are one or two exceptions, but the stories attached to those cases are truly exceptional. Think of building a $140 million-dollar business, for the most recent example of what it takes to get in with a lower score.
The Amsterdam MBA start-date is in early September, and ABS operates a rolling admissions scheme, which means you can apply throughout the year - up to the June 1 deadline.