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Wetsus RSM Executive MBA for the Water Sector

Jun 2nd, 2010 |

Brussels, 2 June 2010. Wetsus, Member of the European Water Partnership, and the Rotterdam School of Management are developing the Executive MBA for the Water Sector. This unique program addresses internationally oriented and talented business people who wish to develop their activities in the global water industry, learn about current and future trends in water technology and management and expand their network worldwide. The Executive MBA is scheduled to start during 2011 over a period of approximately 2 years, with a format of several intensive modules to take place in the Netherlands (both in Leeuwarden and in Rotterdam) and in other locations around the world that are known to have major water challenges. For further information please contact Mariapia Di Palma ( At the moment we are establishing a forum of founding commercial partners and defining the program in all its aspects.

About Wetsus

Wetsus, Centre of Excellence for Sustainable Water Technology is a facilitating intermediary for trend setting know-how development. Wetsus creates a unique environment and strategic cooperation for the development of profitable and sustainable state-of-the-art water treatment technology. The inspiring and multidisciplinary collaboration between 85 companies and 15 EU research institutes in Wetsus results in innovations that contribute significantly to the solution of global water problems. Innovation, partnership, joy, cooperation and reliability are the values around which all Wetsus activities are organized and performed.

About RSM

Over the past 40 years, Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University, has firmly established its reputation as one of Europe’s most leading business schools. RSM offers a distinctive intellectual culture and believes that leadership can be taught through a combination of critical thinking and practical action. RSM considers the difficulties encountered working in diverse teams, fosters creative new approaches in business and enjoys a supportive relationship with multinational companies encouraging a flexible and broad mindset in matters of business practice and research. This distinct approach has helped RSM to establish a portfolio of top-ranked programmes, as well as one of the world’s largest and most prolific management faculties.

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