ESCP Europe is an international business school, which operates campuses in five major European cities: Paris, London, Madrid, Berlin, and Turin. Founded in 1819, it is the oldest business school in the world. On the Berlin Campus, the following programs are made available: Master in Management, Master in European Business, European Executive MBA, General Management Program, Executive Master in Energy Management, Executive Program, as well as a Doctoral Program. The Berlin campus offer to students excellent public transport connections, state of the art IT connection and wireless access... See full description.
Located in Germany, the Northern Institute of Technology (NIT) was founded in 1998 by 40 Professors of the Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), driven by an initiative of Professor Dr. Hauke Trinks, President of TUHH at that time. His idea was as simple as convincing: to set up a totally postgraduate institution in order to offer an all-English double degree program that is unique to Europe and attracted top students, faculty and companies.
The NIT’s own building was constructed with generous support by the Körber Foundation in the year 1999 and is located right on the TUHH... See full description.
The Universität Duisburg-Essen is one of the largest in Germany, founded in 2003 through a merger between Duisburg and Essen, currently having offices in both cities. It hosts students from some 130 countries, seeking to study at a University in Central Europe.
Located in the city of Koblenz, WHU, also known as the Otto Beisheim School of Management, is one of the best and most renowned business schools in Germany, enjoying an exceptional international reputation. Its academic programs and continuing education formats offer a relevant training concept for executives at every stage of their careers.
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WHU was founded in 1984 on an initiative of the Koblenz Chamber of Commerce and Industry as a university that was established “by the business community for the business community.” Since that time, WHU... See full description.