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Opening the Door to a New Career Phase

The MBA International Management Part-Time begins the new semester.

The kick-off for the new semester on 25 September was a first - not only for the 26 new students in the MBA in International Management Part-Time. Prof. Gerd Nufer stood before the group for the first time in his new function as Dean of Studies. Along with Prof. Christoph Binder, Dean of the ESB Business School, he welcomed the new students. Many were present in the well-filled ESB pavilion, while those who could not attend in person live-streamed the ceremony and the subsequent lecture from their homes.

The new students will benefit from the hybrid semester at ESB Business School, which enables students who have not previously been on campus to attend classes in person - combined with online lectures. Professor Nufer points out that ESB is doing more than just teaching the material - “This hybrid solution makes it easier for the new students in particular to get in touch. After all, interaction and discussion are the essence of the ESB spirit.”

Students can look forward to five exciting semesters of comprehensive preparation for management in an international context - with as many classes as possible held in person and online formats used where necessary. This enables Reutlingen students to get to know each other and the students from abroad. Students in the MBA International Management Part-Time programme can also take a module abroad at an ESB partner university in the MBA or Executive programmes there. Professor Nufer emphasises the international orientation of the programme. “The international module in particular promotes students’ professional and personal development and, professionally, opens a lot of doors after graduation. So we are hoping that this year's students will also successfully complete their module abroad and that we can find a good and, above all, pandemic-proof solution for our students.”