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MBA the European way

The US may be considered the traditional home of the MBA but there are many other locations that offer quality education. One such place is Germany. Not only can you learn in a top European school but it is home to some of the world’s leading businesses.

The European School of Management and Technology (esmt) in Berlin is one such alternative, having recently opened its doors to MBA students.

The school, which also has campuses in Munich and Schloss Gracht, offers executive education in addition to its one-year, full-time MBA program. The Executive Education programs include career development, competence-building and customised courses. Since its founding in 2002, more that 4,200 participants have already taken part in esmt’s Executive Education programs.

The school’s educational methods are based on the Bauhaus movement of the 1920s and 1930s. These methods are focussed on participant-centered learning as opposed to professor-centered teaching, and on workshop activities involving real management problems together with regular classroom work.

esmt founding president Derek Abell describes the school as having two “sharp edges”. One is the school’s research focus on Europe and European business and the other is its focus on the interface between technology and management — a key point for European business success in global markets.

The school’s focus on European business is demonstrated in the MBA course, with its students taking on concrete tasks and solving real problems in companies over two, one-month projects.

To find out more about the European School of Management and Technology or other MBA options, contact a counsellor.

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Is it English Courses, can it be provided to Foreigners

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