Those wanting to pursue a career with top German companies can now study at the IESE Business School in Munich, an elite institution with close ties to world-class business organisations
A business career accelerator
The IESE Business School has been a world-leading global institution in management and business education for over 50 years. The Munich campus is IESE’s latest addition, a marked and exclusive presence in the German-speaking world, offering programmes for the German and Central European markets.
IESE Munich offers opportunities for managerial staff and business graduates looking to hone their leadership skills and accelerate their progression to senior management. It is particularly well-suited to those planning an international career with closer ties to German business leaders. The Munich campus runs Executive Education programmes, including the Advanced Management Program (AMP) and the Program for Management Development (PMD) aimed at C-level executives and middle-level managers. It also delivers Custom Programs for German companies and multinationals based in Central Europe, and there are plans to start delivering MBA programme modules.
A rich global network
IESE is well established as one of the world’s leading business schools and has consistently topped global rankings in recent years. It has been ranked 1st in the world for Executive Education for the last three years in the Financial Times Business School Rankings. Its MBA program is currently the 3rd ranked of business schools outside the US, according to Bloomberg Business Week. Students develop their skills through action-oriented methods such as the case method, helping them to respond to real-life business problems.
The school has close relations and collaborates with several other top business institutions – including Harvard Business School, Wharton and CEIBS – and offers a host of networking and alumni events, enabling current and past students to evolve in the elite global business community. IESE also runs a semester exchange programme with 27 leading business schools across the globe.
Prestigious employment opportunities
Completing a programme at the IESE Business School in Munich will enhance your potential for employment with top German companies, as well as some of the most successful companies throughout Europe and the rest of the world. The school has a solid alumni base and close relations with businesses worldwide through partnerships, recruitment schemes and industry-based initiatives. Its alumni careers center advertises over 1,000 high-profile global opportunities each year.
For those interested in a career with a German multinational corporation, IESE has collaborated with German businesses such as Allianz, BASF, Bertelsmann, BMW, Deutsche Bank, EADS, Haniel Group, Henkel, MAN, Phoenix and Volkswagen.
Exclusive alumni advantages
To be an alumni of IESE Business School is to be a member of a prestigious elite. There are over 40,000 IESE alumni worldwide, and the school keeps them engaged with a continuous programme of education opportunities and events. The IESE Alumni Association gives former students the chance to further their development through an advanced learning program, to receive bespoke career advice, and to access the world-class Entrepreneurship and Innovation Center (EIC).
Other exclusive benefits on offer to IESE alumni members include:
- the IESE Alumni App
- Access to over 300 IESE e-conferences
- an IESE email address identifying you as an IESE alumni
- Access to commercial databases such as Business Source Alumni and Ebrary
- IESE Visa or American Express credit cards
- Use of campus facilities enabling you to hold meetings on-site
Enrol for study at IESE and become part of a network of business leaders who are ready to make a difference and take the world into their own hands.
The Program for Management Development starts on 30 January 2018. The course consists of five short modules running across six months – two at IESE Barcelona, two at IESE Munich and a final focused option in either Barcelona, Munich or New York.
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