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The Leipzig Graduate School of Management was founded in 1898 and is the oldest private college in Germany. It has a very high standing - and the highest fees in the country - and its alumni generally find good jobs.HHL students can focus on subjects such as rhetorical skills and business ethics. Despite its reputation, the school has to actively market itself due to competition from the established likes of Oxford, Cambridge and Harvard. MADE IN GERMANY asked students why they picked the HHL, and what they hope to gain from a degree there.
www.hhl.de/mba The full-time MBA students of HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management Pavel Neginsky and Amicis Xavier Arvizu report about their experiences at HHL, one of Germany´s leading Business Schools, as well as about the internationality of the classes and the school. The academic director of the MBA programs Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schwetzler explains the focuses of the program and emphasizes the mix of the theoretical concepts and the hands-on practical application of knowledge.
HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management joins forces with the Germany's top business schools to form the MBA Alliance Germany. more information » http://www.hhl.de/en/programs/full-time-mba-program/ The MBA Alliance Germany is a network of the top business schools offering an MBA in Germany. The schools, HHL Leipzig, ESMT Berlin, Frankfurt School, Mannheim Business School, and WHU, are all internationally accredited and top-ranked. Our MBA is taught in English and combines the best of German and international business education and know-how. With its high quality of life, thriving economy and affordable tuition fees, Germany provide the world’s best return on investment for MBAs, offering a multitude of job opportunities and a simple work permit system for graduates.
www.hhl.de/part-time-mba The part-time MBA students of HHL Agatha Tomczak and Sven Galander speak about the atmosphere they experience at HHL. Furthermore, the academic director of the MBA programs Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schwetzler informs about the focuses of the program and how the variety of backgrounds contribute to the class.
"I like that HHL is down to earth." Graduate of HHL presents herself in new film series What are the benefits of studying at the first business school established in Germany? In a new series of films, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management alumni describe their careers and share how the program at HHL and the school's network supported them in reaching their personal and professional goals. Successful female graduates are coaching female students at HHL Amongst the HHL alumni there are numerous successful women. Not only did they achieve top results at HHL but they also assumed responsible positions in consulting or industry, or launched their own start-up. In their position as successful role models they often give career advice to current female HHL students. Lucretia Löscher's p...
Successful Company Founders. Graduates of HHL present themselves in new film series What are the benefits of studying at the first business school established in Germany? In a new series of films, HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management alumni describe their careers and share how the program at HHL and the school's network supported them in reaching their personal and professional goals. With his HHL education he became the boss of one of Europe's biggest online opticians In 2005, Dirk Graber graduated with a Master of Business Administration from HHL. The 37-year old is closely connected to his Alma Mater. Amongst other things he is the first Chairman of the Association of Friends of HHL -- GdF e.V. In addition, he shows a lot of interest in HHL and its excellent students by havin...
Find out what some of our students from India think about studying at Leipzig University. Each of them share about their experiences at the University and in their respective study/research programmes, namely B.Sc. International Physics Studies Programme (IPSP), M.A. Global Studies and Doctorate in Inorganic Chemistry. Find more information on our website: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/+namaste
The part-time Master in Finance program at Goethe Business School, Goethe-Universität Frankfurt is a two-year study program designed specifically for working professionals. The program allows students to specialize in either corporate finance or risk management and is ZEvA accredited as well as an approved CFA Program Partner. Upon successful completion of the program, students earn a master’s degree from the AACSB-accredited Faculty of Economics and Business Administration at Goethe-Universität Frankfurt. To learn more, please visit www.goethe-business-school.de.
Sie ist die älteste private Wirtschaftshochschule in Deutschland: die Handelshochschule (HHL) in Leipzig, 1898 gegründet. Sie hat einen ausgezeichneten Ruf und ihr Managernachwuchs findet gute Jobs. Doch trotz aller Erfolge: International ist die HHL noch wenig bekannt. Das soll anders werden.
Leipzig University was founded in 1409 making it one of the oldest universities in Germany. It is an interdisciplinary, international comprehensive university. On its ambitious path to becoming a European top-level university and internationally recognised seat of research and learning for young scholars the University draws on an extensive range of subject areas from natural sciences through law, human and veterinary medicine to numerous arts degrees. The University consists of 14 faculties with 28.200 students (among them around 3.300 from foreign countries) being enrolled in one of the 150 courses offered at the Alma mater. Leipzig University has exchange programmes with over 300 Erasmus+ partner universities in some 150 European cities and with more than 60 universities outside Europ...
Get your ticket here: http://www.tedxhhl.de/tickets/ 8th October 2015 | 13:30-21:00h | Werk 2 - Kulturfabrik Leipzig e.V. Theme: Bringing Down Walls TEDxHHL is organized by HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management which is Germany's oldest business school. Teaser produced by dv4pictures
http://commlab.de - Für die Handelshochschule Leipzig, eine der renommiertesten Business-Schools in der Welt, hat commlab eine Imagefilmkampagne produziert, bei der mehrere Aspekte der Hochschule präsentiert werden. Hier sehen Sie den Film: Quality of Teaching - http://www.hhl.de/discover-hhl/hhl-image-film/
http://www.hhl.de/en/programs/global-executive-mba/ The Global Executive MBA of EADA and HHL prepares you to work in a globalized and highly competitive business environment and will guide you to a level of knowledge which is indispensable to successfully continue your management development process. You will gain management skills to accelerate your professional and personal development, which leads to a competitive advantage for both you and the company in which you work. The program will be completely in English and will focus on the characteristics and similarities of business practices in Western European countries (especially Germany and Spain). In addition, participants will gain insight into the economy and culture of the Chinese, Brazilian and Indian markets at our Global Exe...
Munich is just one of the four exciting locations where EU Business School has its main campuses. Study in Munich and discover the campus of our international business school with EU BBA student, Bernhard Ashaeur. He explains what attracted him to study in the city, tells how professors combine theoretical knowledge with real business case studies and describes how interaction with the faculty and staff makes his experience so enjoyable. EU Business School is a multicampus English-speaking business school that offers flexible business study programs at undergraduate/BBA/BA/BS/bachelor's and graduate/MBA/master's degree levels. Visit the EU Business School Munich website: https://eumunich.com Follow EU: Google+ - https://plus.google.com/+europeanuniv... Facebook - https://www.facebook....
www.hhl.de/leipzig-leadership-model See here some interviews and voices about the Leipzig Leadership Model. Leadership has always been demanding. This holds particularly true in times of fundamental change, which we are experiencing nowadays, driven by globalization, digitalization and the ecological movement. Where do leaders find orientation in these fast-moving times to form critical and creative opinions on complex matters and topics which can contribute to the big picture? Questions on the 'why' and 'whereto', the 'what' and 'how' as well as the consistency of the respective answers to these questions are gaining a new type of significance, particularly with regard to the latest generation of junior executives.