GISMA Business School launches Summer School with four courses exploring business global trends
GISMA Business School has announced the launch of its Summer School, which will start this year with four programmes in Berlin and Hannover.
Over the months of July and August, the GISMA Summer Schools will offer a range of two-week programmes, available to domestic and international students. The courses have been designed to broaden students’ knowledge of some of the most relevant topics that are shaping the current global business landscape, including: digital transformation, big data and digital ethics, and gender dynamics in the workplace.
The Summer School portfolio has been developed by GISMA’s faculty to effectively prepare candidates to address these issues. Dr. Elisabeth Grindel-Denby, Director of Academic Affairs at GISMA Business School, said: “Over the past years, digitalisation and gender dynamics have become an integral part of international business, shaping strategies and impacting on outcomes.”
“We believe a deep understanding of these trends will become more and more relevant for aspiring professionals. These courses will give our students exhaustive knowledge and direct experience in the field, which will equip them with specific skills to excel in global business roles.”
During the two-week summer programmes, students will benefit from GISMA’s excellent connections to local businesses in Berlin and Hannover. Taught entirely in English, the courses will include lectures, workshops, and company visits.
The Summer School will offer the following programmes:
- The Digital Firm and Services
- Big Data and Digital Ethics
- Gender Dynamics in the Workplace
- The Digital Transformation of the Established Firm – An Integrative approach
The structure of the courses will allow German and international students to expand their academic knowledge and acquire new skills. “Thanks to this inclusive approach, GISMA Summer School creates the perfect environment to shape well-rounded specialists for the modern world of business,” added Dr. Grindel-Denby.
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