European Business Schools for the Future
The continent’s premier business schools and universities reveal how they are reinventing management education to meet the substantially different needs that global students, executives, businesses and society as a whole will have in the post-COVID era
The continent’s top management educators usher in new models of education for leadership that will meet the needs of all stakeholders in the post-COVID world.
HEC Lausanne takes an analytical approach to the future of management and economics.
Bernhard Ehrenzeller, President of the University of St. Gallen, introduces one of Europe’s top business schools
A pan-European school that stands for academic excellence and singularity, creativity and pluralism
Established just 28 years ago in the Polish capital Warsaw, Kozminski University has become the leading business school in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), as well as a regional hub for entrepreneurship and innovation
Higher education has a critical role to play in laying the foundations for ethical and responsible leadership
While the size of their physical geographical footprint might vary, Europe’s premier executive educators all have substantial and influential international networks
Jordi Díaz, Dean of EADA Business School Barcelona, explains how the institution is maintaining its renowned reputation as the place where businesspeople grow
Jean Charroin, Dean and CEO at ESSCA School of Management, details how the French institution boosts the potential of young people at the start of responsible, innovative and international careers
Dina Dommett, Dean of Hult Ashridge Executive Education, provides an insight into a leading, progressive and global force within higher business education