ESMT Berlin
Schloßpl. 1, 10178 Berlin, Germany
Rating: 4.7
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By Sxdsqc

5 thoughts on “ESMT Berlin”
  1. After the abdication of the first and only President of the GDR, Wilhelm Pieck, a collective head of state was introduced in place of the President, namely the State Council of the GDR. Where Ulbricht and Honecker used to preach socialism, there is now a private university for prospective business clowns. I didn’t hear much new during the tour, but it was definitely worth taking a closer look at this venerable, architecturally interesting, former communist think tank.

  2. The European School of Management and Technology, also known as ESMT Berlin, is a private non-profit business school based in Berlin, Germany with an additional site at Schloss Gracht near Cologne. The school was founded in 2002 by 25 global companies and institutions including Bosch, KPMG, Siemensand T-Mobile. ESMT Berlin offers a masters degree in Management, a Full-time MBA, and an Executive MBA, as well as executive education in the form of open enrollment and customized programs. ESMT Berlin is one of three business schools in Germany with the Triple accreditation.

  3. Respektlos Nachbarn 😡

    EDIT: You’re doing it again. You’re using tools that are forbidden at this hour. It doesn’t matter what you’re installing, the regulation mandates the tools being used for the installation. You are so disrespectful! Even legal complaints haven’t encouraged you to be a good neighbour. STOP MAKING ILLEGAL NOISE

  4. I think it is a good university for students but definitely not to the ideal employer. When you apply on their website for a job, they say they are an inclusive employer but frankly, they treat you like you are just a helper. Old ideas & ways of thinking and no team collaboration whatsoever. Their diversity and inclusion policies don’t match their company goals or values. It is a closed work culture and extremely hard to tap in connections if you want to learn something and develop. Basically, not a good place if you want to expand your horizons because of poor people integration and older staff are fighting to keep their jobs. Cold-shouldering and stepping dow-grading people’s talent. Apologies, but this is the experience I made. Not a place for student assistants please.

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