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Inspiring and innovative

Inspiring and innovative

Inspiring and innovative. Prof. dr. Gerry Dietvorst Budapest, July 5th 2007. Enrolment and key figures. Founded in 1927 as Catholic Business School 11,500 students (2,600 of whom are first-year students) 1,300 employees (fte), 120 of whom are professors 30,000 alumni in total

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Inspiring and innovative

Inspiring and innovative

Inspiring and innovative. Prof. dr. Gerry Dietvorst Budapest, July 5th 2007. Enrolment and key figures. Founded in 1927 as Catholic Business School 11,500 students (2,600 of whom are first-year students) 1,300 employees (fte), 120 of whom are professors 30,000 alumni in total

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Inspiring and innovative

Inspiring and innovative

Inspiring and innovative. Prof. dr. Gerry Dietvorst Budapest, July 5th 2007. Enrolment and key figures. Founded in 1927 as Catholic Business School 11,500 students (2,600 of whom are first-year students) 1,300 employees (fte), 120 of whom are professors 30,000 alumni in total

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