First Meeting with Kempten University of Applied Sciences Aiming at MBA Programme Cooperation
Updated : 2016-11-10
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On 8 November 2016, Prof. Dr. Christoph Desjardins, Director, and Prof. Dr. Martin Göbl, Deputy Director from Professional School of Business & Technology, Kempten University of Applied Sciences visited SBA and had a meeting with Prof Gang KOU, Excutive Dean, Associate Prof. Dr. Mingfeng Tang, Director of International Affairs Office and Sino-French Innovation Research Center, and Associate Prof. Dr. Qian XU, Vice Director, MBA Center, SBA, SWUFE.
Having introduced Kempten University and SWUFE to each other, both parties went directly to the topic of possible cooperation fields. Prof. Dr. Christoph Desjardins described its MBA programme, including teaching language, four tracks, characteristics and specialization, sources of student, modes of current international cooperation etc., and suggested starting an effective cooperation. Associate Prof. Dr. Qian XU presented our class patterns, curricula etc. He was looking forward to having students from Kempten University involved in our international MBA programme in spring semester. Due to the special time schedule of MBA students, both parties discussed in details about sending time, courses, accommodation, living expenses, and reached a basic agreement of cooperation.
Kempten University of Applied Science established in 1977 and has six faculties. The Professional School of Business & Technology is the competence center for postgraduate studies. In June 2015 the MBA "International Business Management & Leadership" of the Professional School of Business & Technology, University of Kempten, received the international EPAS accreditation (European Program Accreditation System).
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