This is IVA Driebergen Business School
IVA Business School is a Dutch business school based in Driebergen, a picturesque town about 60 kilometers southeast of Amsterdam. IVA Driebergen Business School was founded by entrepreneur and visionary Geerlig Riemer. In 1930, he started a school for the automotive industry. Riemer taught his students the principles of doing business.
Nowadays, approximately 950 students are studying at IVA Business School. Over the past ninety years, more than 20,000 students from the Netherlands and Belgium have graduated. The school has a close partnership with Bradford University in the United Kingdom and it is working together with Northwood University in Michigan, United States.
IVA Business School has an excellent reputation! Every year, the school ranks amongst the best business schools in the Netherlands. After having visited IVA Business School, the former Dutch Minister of Education Dr. Jet Bussemaker, hailed the school as "an example of outstanding, high-quality education in the Dutch education landscape". Our programs score above average in the annual National Student Survey (NSE). In addition to excellent education, the integration of soft skills is a major asset for the school's students.