Nijmegen School of Management is a faculty of Radboud University. The two main tasks of the faculty are education and research. These core tasks are organised into an educational and a research institute.
Strategy and mission
In line with the university strategy 'A significant impact', Nijmegen School of Management has developed a faculty strategy with strategic principles and ambitions for the coming years. We summarise this in our mission: responsible governance for sustainable societies.
5 bachelor's programmes
- 9 master programmes, 45 master specialisations
- +/- 5000 students
- 430 fte employees
* Figures as at 1 January 2023
- 43 professors
- 82 fte PhD students
- 20 PhDs (in 2022)
- 382 publications (in 2022)
The faculty board is responsible for the administration and management of the faculty to ensure the quality of education and research. The board is supported in decision-making by various committees and participation bodies. The Faculty Board consists of:
- Dean (ad interim): Prof. M.A.J. (Michiel) Kompier
- Vice-deans: Prof. J.K. (Jan-Kees) Helderman and Prof. J.M. (Anna) van der Vleuten
- Managing Director: MA M.P. (Monic) Schijvenaars
- Student assessor (advisor): Sümeya Bulut
Nijmegen School of Management is one of the seven faculties of Radboud University. The faculty consists of one research institute, one educational institute, five departments, postmaster education, and a number of support services.
- Institute for Management Research (IMR)
- Nijmegen School of Management Education Institute (OFM)
Post initial education
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International Advisory Board
Our International Advisory Board is made up of senior people from academia, organisations and governments whose close connections provide our faculty with the external perspectives needed to influence our research, education and engagement.
The members of the International Advisory Board play a vital role in the faculty's strategic direction, offering independent guidance on key issues that face our faculty, our relationships and our development. The members' particular areas of expertise enables the faculty to provide sustainable responses to global issues affecting organisations and societies and ensure that our students are prepared for the future.