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Prof Maurits van Rooijen

About Prof Maurits van Rooijen

With a career spanning 25 years as an international educator and pioneer in the globalisation of education, Professor Maurits Van Rooijen is an economic historian and Chief Academic Officer of LSBF.

The Reality and Relevance of a University Degree

When it comes to university, there are two opposite lines of thinking. The first is that a university education is…

ABC: the formula for organisational success

How can a simple ‘ABC formula’ help lead your company to success? LSBF Rector Professor Maurits van Rooijen, reveals, and…

Learning is not just a classroom thing

When we talk about learning, we usually imagine classrooms, books, maybe computer screens - but the most important form of…

Four qualities essential for graduates to become successful entrepreneurs

In the US, graduation is called ‘commencement’, as it is perceived as the beginning of the rest of your life.…

Do universities really (not) offer value for money?

This question emerges from a recent ComRes survey which showed that four in ten students felt that their university course…

Access to higher education - the next frontier

What can the next generation of young people expect when it comes to higher education? Professor Maurits Van Rooijen discusses…

The pros of an MBA – Prof Maurits responds to Observer article

Ryan Holmes makes a couple of fair comments when he questions the value of the MBA. It is true that…

The Importance of Exporting Education to Other Countries

Education is one of UK’s prime exports; an industry that has put UK on the map as a destination for…

Don’t Ignore the Economics of Immigration

Professor Maurits van Rooijen suggests that attracting the brightest and best candidates will bring economic growth. ……

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