History, Affiliations and Rankings
The European School of Management and Technology is a notable foundation, otherwise called ESMT, arranged in Berlin, Germany, and was laid out in 2002 by 25 worldwide organisations including Bosch, KPMG and so forth. It is a non-benefit business college which has an extra site at Schloss Gracht close to Cologne. The European School of Management and Technology has focused on three regions, initiative, advancement, and examination. These points support the scholarly and authoritative advancement of the school and guide its customising and research. The European School of Management and Technology is one of just four business colleges in Germany to hold the licence Triple Crown. The European School of Management and Technology is authorised by AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS. The German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat) reestablished its certification of European School of Management and Technology Berlin to concede PhDs in October 2018. The European School of Management and Technology was first granted this right in 2013. ESMT Berlin set #1 in Germany and seventh in Europe in the Financial Times European Business School Ranking 2021. It is positioned #36 in the Financial Times Executive MBA positioning and #20 in The Economist Which MBA positioning.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
The fundamental grounds of The European School of Management and Technology is situated in Berlin on Schlossplatz, close to the Berlin City Palace. The memorable principal grounds working of The European School of Management and Technology previously housed the state committee working of the East German government. The institute has satellite grounds in Berlin-Schöneberg and a branch office in Shanghai. The institute offers a full-time MBA, an executive MBA, a part-time MBA, a global online MBA, a Master in Management, a Master in Global Management, a Master in Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a Master in Analytics and Artificial Intelligence program, and open enrollment and customised executive education programs. The Master in Management is a two-year program. The full-time Master’s in Business Administration degree (MBA) at the university is a 15-month program. The executive Master’s in Business Administration degree (EMBA) is an 18-month program. The part-time blended Master’s in Business Administration (PTMBA) is a 24-month program. The global online Master’s in Business Administration (GOMBA) is a 24-60 month program.
Accomplishments and Alumni
The European School of Management and Technology charges itself as "the business college established by business", highlighting the rundown of 25 organisations including Bosch, KPMG, Siemens, Deutsche Telekom, Lufthansa, McKinsey, Deutsche Post and T-Mobile which were accomplices in its creation. It is an individual from the Global Network for Advanced Management. Accomplice establishments in this organisation incorporate Yale University, University of California, Berkeley, University of Oxford, University of New South Wales, HEC Paris, IIM Bangalore, University of British Columbia, National University of Singapore among others. It is a piece of the Global MIM Network in relationship with Imperial College London, Singapore Management University and Queen's University at Kingston which empowers understudies at every part school to take courses at least one accomplice organisation, giving a more worldwide review insight without the administration or the expense of a full-time abroad program. Some of the alumni are Leonardo Assad (Head of Growth and Rollout Strategy at FRAME), Andrian Gavrilita (Policy Advisor at GIZ), and Carolina Rincon (Senior Product Manager OLX Group).
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
The European School of Management and Technology has 43 faculty members from 19 countries. It has a total of 658 students enrolled in degree programs. The current student body of the university represents 84 countries. There are 263 students enrolled in the MIM degree program. 40 students are enrolled in the MBA degree program at The European School of Management and Technology. 98 students are enrolled in the EMBA degree program. 103 students are enrolled in the PTMBA degree program. 88 students are enrolled in the GOMBA degree program at The European School of Management and Technology. There are 16 students enrolled in the PhD program. Around 3,500 executives and managers participate in The European School of Management and Technology Executive Development Programs each year. It has more than 8,000 international business professionals representing numerous industries and sectors in our exclusive alumni network. More than 36,000 executives have completed executive education programs at The European School of Management and Technology. Recent company visits include, Allianz, Amazon, BMW, DeliveryHero, Earlybird, Google, HelloFresh, HERE, McKinsey, Microsoft, SAP, Signavio, Wayfair, Zalando, and many more.