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Science with Purpose

School of Business and Economics

The School of Business and Economics (SBE) is the economic and business administration faculty of VU Amsterdam.

Our employees, scientists and students disseminate, acquire and retain fundamental knowledge in business administration and economics, so that we can respond effectively to the economic and social challenges facing our world. Now and in the future.

Our faculty consists of ambitious people who want to positively influence the world and the lives and well-being of others. We believe that collaboration, openness and social responsibility are the only way forward - for science, business and humanity. We encourage our students to become adults with a clear vision of their values and ideals, to become people who make a difference in the world, as scientists, professionals and citizens. The School of Business and Economics believes in science that serves a purpose.

Studying at SBE

Studying at SBE means thinking ahead, doing business and realizing your ambitions. Our economics and business administration bachelor, master and executive programmes give you a good foundation for the rest of your life, but also an edge on the labor market. Thanks to our network with the Zuidas, our renowned teachers and expert scientists, you will follow a course at our faculty that you will carry with you for the rest of your life.

Research at SBE

In recent decades, inequality in the world has been increasing. Governance for Society looks at the underlying causes of inequality and how they relate to differences between regions, between urban and rural areas, and between educational levels. For example, Professor of Policy Evaluation Bas van der Klaauw focuses his research on economic inequality. What makes someone successful? And to what extent does education play a role in this?


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