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A New Cultural Environment









The city of Hamburg at night








The Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at the University of Zurich









The Gateway to Management Excellence

Hamburg School of Business Administration (HSBA) is launching two new part-time postgraduate programs in Business Administration and Honourable Leadership (MBA), and Global Management and Governance (MA) in October 2009.










Universidad de Castilla-LaMancha, Spain




“Our culture is defined by creativity, collaboration and a constant desire to move forward.”

Dr. Ernesto Martínez Ataz, Rector, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha





HEC Lausanne

The Faculty of Business and Economics at the University of Lausanne

 


“What makes us different? We are completely passionate about science-based, fundamental research. This drives our excellence in teaching and our passion for professional service.”

Suzanne de Treville, Former Dean and Professor of Operations Management






Luxury yacht design created by postgraduate business administration students at SMC University

Relevance of Research












Managers-to-Be With a Double Master’s Degree








Building Tomorrow’s Leaders




MBA European Management for Your Professional Goals





Professor Michael Luger, Director and Dean, Manchester Business School

Original Thinking Applied










University of St. Gallen



"The University of St. Gallen (HSG) provides a setting which marries the promise of the future with the foundations of traditions – and an absolutely essential link between academic work and the practical world."

Kofi Annan, Former UN Secretary General
Freedom Prize of the Max Schmidheiny Foundation,
University of St. Gallen, November 18, 2006








Setting Sail for Success

SMC University students are not only enterprising – their online networking system offers a gateway to world contacts.





“We call our approach Transknowlogy. It stands for the transfer of knowledge via technology.”

Michael Schmelczer, Chairman
and Chief Executive, SMC

















“At Exeter, entrepreneurial education did not stop at the classroom, but rather continued through extracurricular activities. A business school should balance a dose of theory with real-world application, and Exeter’s curriculum and hands-on experiences through association and the management field study provided such a balance.”

Kaveh Shakouri Fard, Full-Time MBA, 2006-2007













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