The business school founded by business.
ESMT - European School of Management and Technology, located in the heart of Berlin, Germany, is a private business school founded by 25 multinational corporations. The schools’ expertise focuses on the development of entrepreneurial leaders with a global focus on social responsibility and the management of technology. ESMT is one of the top-ranked business schools in Germany with a global network of alumni in over 50 countries.
ESMT offers three-degree programs:
- Master's in Management
- Full-time MBA
- Executive MBA (EMBA) as well as executive education
All ESMT programs benefit from close relationships with ESMT's corporate network and founders.The business school offers an interdisciplinary platform for discourse among policymakers, academics, and business leaders.
ESMT is the most international business school in Germany, over 80% of ESMT’s faculty members have a non-German background and in each program, the classes are 70% to 90% international.
The School recently entered several rankings. ESMT’s EMBA program has been ranked 30th in the Financial Times global ranking of Executive MBA 2015. The EMBA program has been ranked number one for the past five consecutive years for career progress. In The Economist “Which MBA?” ranking of the top 100 global full-time MBA programs, ESMT is ranked 49th, placing 2nd in Germany and 13th in Europe.
ESMT is a state-accredited private business school, whose programs are also accredited by AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, and FIBAA.
ESMT develops entrepreneurial leaders who think globally, act responsibly, and respect the individual. With a heritage rooted in European values and the potential of technology, ESMT develops and imparts new knowledge to foster sustainable economic growth.
There is considerable overlap between these areas of research, and many of the faculty members are working on several research areas or their interfaces. Additionally, the behavior-theoretical research is fit to further link the three areas of competence.
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