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TiasNimbas withdraws from Germany
After 16 years offering a part time MBA program in Bonn, the TiasNimbas Business School in Tilburg has decided to terminate its presence in Germany. The school sees a structural problem due to the increased MBA competition...
- vom Juli 16, 2011
IMD helps GE to redesign its Executive Education at Crotonville
General Electric (GE) has asked the IMD in Lausanne to redesign its leadership programs at the corporate university in Crotonville. According to IMD president Dominique Turpin it is the first time after 20 years that GE works...
- vom Juli 2, 2011
ESMT: Escape into the chancellery?
As of July 1, Lars-Hendrik Röller, President of the European School of Management and Technology (ESMT) in Berlin, will be Head of the Economic and Finance Policy department at the Federal Chancellery of Germany. But obviously he...
- vom Juni 20, 2011
GISMA is now an Associated Institute of Leibniz Universität
After being in trouble about its future the GISMA Business School in Hannover is finally on the safe side. The business school is now officially an Associated Institute of the Leibniz Universität Hannover (“An-Institut”) and will be...
- vom Juni 20, 2011
ESMT: another information blockade
The ESMT refuses to provide information. It isn’t the first time that the business school, which is financed by 25 companies, has stood out on account of its questionable communications policy. Evidently the ESMT has something to...
- vom Juni 17, 2011
HEC Paris and Keio Business School launch new Double Degree MBA
HEC Paris and Keio Business School (KBS) have extended their co?operation by launching a Double Degree MBA program to begin in 2012. The HEC Paris?KBS Double Degree MBA aims to train business leaders with direct experience of...
- vom Juni 9, 2011
Better Job Market, higher Salaries
With graduation season rolling into view, students about to finish business school have an especially good reason to celebrate: The job market for people with management edu- cation degrees has improved—and employers expect conditions to get even...
- vom Mai 10, 2011