Get to know different approaches and perspectives: The personal exchange in small groups of students from diverse cultures enriches your learning process. That’s why it is our ambition to ensure you an inclusive, innovative and impactful education available through on-site learning.
Discussing presentations with fellow students and working on them together can contribute significantly to the successful completion of your studies as it facilitates learning and increases motivation. But no worries: If you can’t attend in person, you don’t have to do without it. The small study groups (up to 25 students) make it easy for you to participate digitally as well.
What I really cherish about my MBA experience is the fact that we all got to become a part of a global community and had a chance to meet people from all around the world with different cultural backgrounds. I spent the second semester at the University of Valencia. Switching from one partner university in Germany to another one in Spain made it an even more interesting experience, as I myself come from India and got a chance to interact with two more distinct cultures.
We actually got to experience both online and offline versions of learning, teamwork and collaboration, which I believe would position us better to take up jobs in the upcoming digital world. The added experience with the pan-demic has also taught us how to be more flexible and deal with challenging situations.
[Translate to English:] Lavanya Tayal