IGC Distinguishes Students of International MBA Program

Alexandra Cosenco and Briean Christopher Alluisi, both from the USA, have not only received top marks for the modules of the specialization International Logistics and Supply Chain Management but have also equally achieved the best score in the summer term 2017 for their master’s theses.

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Alexandra Cosenco wrote on "Indirect Effects of Terrorism on Global Supply Chains" and Briean Christopher Alluisi's topic was "Optimization Methodologies for Spare Part Management of Windfarms Confronting High Transportation Costs". For their outstanding performance they have been honored with the Student Award 2017.

„Completing IMBA program at Hochschule Bremen was one of the best decisions I ever made!,” Alexandra Cosenco says. “The program has helped me kick-start my career in supply chain. I am currently working for Lidl US as Supply Chain Analyst, where I manage complex supply networks and collaborate with many international partners in ensuring success of the company in the new market. The academic and cultural exposure I received during IMBA program has prepared me well for this role.”

Program Coordinator Angela Dunkhorst is delighted to congratulate: “Well done! I wish both students all the best and success for their future careers and personal lives.”

Since 2010 the International Graduate Center honors students of the graduate program International Master of Business Administration for outstanding studies in their specialization Logistics and Supply Chain Management. The awards are bestowed a year later, after completion of the studies.