TCS Pace

GISMA Business School has established a relationship with TCS. Know more from the page.

GISMA Business School is thrilled to partner with Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting, and business solutions organisation.

This mutually beneficial agreement is a huge milestone for GISMA, which has a primary aim of connecting exceptional academic students with global organisations. The partnership primarily involves a range of collaborative activities including jointly organised events, conferences, seminars, and lectures. These events will address topics of interest to both GISMA and TCS and share insights, skills, knowledge, and networking opportunities.

The collaboration additionally sees the exchange of educational materials, publications, and pioneering research as well as a close relationship between GISMA students and TCS employees. This partnership will also comprise of academic support to TCS employees to update their skills at GISMA and enable students to intern with TCS via Pace Internship program. Further strategic collaborations are to be expected, complementing both parties through efforts to drive growth and market visibility.

Commenting on this partnership, GISMA Business School President, Professor Dr Stefan Stein, says: “We are very proud to partner with TCS and develop a trusted relationship. At GISMA, we train the next generation of corporate world leaders with collective knowledge and industry-ready skillsets. This partnership is a significant step forward.”

With offices in 46 countries, TCS partners with some of the world’s largest businesses to provide IT-enabled solutions that simplify and accelerate their digital transformations. Bhuwan Agrawal, Regional Head Central Europe at TCS, says: “We are very happy to partner with an innovative, international educational institution such as GISMA. TCS continues to train its employees, allowing them every opportunity to update their skills and build a meaningful future through innovation, technology and collective knowledge.”