SRH Berlin University of Applied Sciences is a state-accredited private university in Berlin which is part of SRH Holding. The university of applied sciences was founded in 2002. OTA University changed its name, joining the SRH group in 2007 together with five other universities, the SRH Holding is a Non-Profit organization in Healthcare and Education. In 2016 SRH Holding consists of 10 universities and universities of applied sciences.
GISMA Business School is a privately owned business school in Germany with its main site in Hannover and a branch in Berlin. It was launched in September 1999 as a joint initiative by the German state of Lower Saxony and several large private-sector companies that were based there. In 2021, GISMA Business School received official ‘University of Applied Sciences’ status which allows the school to offer bachelor's and master's degrees at its locations in Potsdam and Berlin, as well as a range of Hochschule programs that focus on digital transformation, business, technology, and agribusiness.’
EU Business School (formerly European University) was founded in 1973 as a private higher educational institution. They provide students with a first-class business education through an innovative pragmatic teaching approach tailored to company needs to ensure a high level of employability for students. It became a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) in 2006, and, in 2010 was accredited by the Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) and the Accreditation Council for Business Schools & Programs (ACBSP), both of which are recognized by the U.S. organization CHEA, the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
EBS Business School, also known as EBS Universitat fur Wirtschaft und Recht, EBS Universitat, and EBS is a German private higher education institution located in Wiesbaden and Oestrich-Winkel. The university was established by Klaus Evard as University of Applied Sciences in 1971 and adopted its present name in 2011. It currently enrolls over 1200 students.
The development of the CBS International Business School is closely connected to the European Business and Language Academy, which was founded in 1908 as a private academy at the location of the current Cologne campus in the southern part of Cologne.In 1998, the study programmes of this business studies bachelor model were the first in Germany to be accredited by FIBAA. One year later, the university was renamed 'Cologne Business School - International Campus'. Since 2016, the CBS has been part of the Stuttgart Klett Group and was awarded IACBE accreditation (International Accreditation Council for Business Education) in 2018.
Arden University was brought to life from an ambition to give all people equal opportunities for higher education. Arden began their journey in 1990 as the chosen online delivery partner for traditional universities, and have been evolving since. In 2014, they earned taught-degree awarding powers, and now very proudly award their own degrees.One year later, they officially became Arden University - one of the few specialist online learning universities to launch in the last 50 years.
The Institut Supérieur de Marketing du Luxe was founded by Alain-Dominique Perrin, in collaboration with Cartier in 1990. By creating the Institut Supérieur de Marketing du Luxe, Cartier first trained a large number of its managers and then offered other brands creative profiles with the values of the sector. Sup de luxe was the first educational institute in France specializing in the luxury management. The absence of luxury management schools is what gave Perrin his initial idea of founding the institute. Its initial aim was to produce young managers and experts in the luxury field and to stimulate research into luxury on a global scale.
Founded in 2010, the Sports Management School is a business school entirely dedicated to sports management. Through its different campuses - Paris, Lausanne, Barcelona, Rabat, Rome and Cairo - Sports Management School has an international identity and mindset that emphasizes the global perspective of sports business. Its ambition is to train students to become sports business professionals and managers with a global vision.
Schiller was founded in 1964 by Dr. Walter Leibrecht as a study-abroad program for Americans living in West Germany.In 1967, The Global American University, Schiller opened the Madrid and Paris international campuses.In 1969, Schiller moved its international campus in Germany to Heidelberg and in 1983 they received US acreditation (Accredited Member ACICS).Later in 1991, the university opened its international Campus in Tampa, Florida.
Founded in 1974, the Paris School of Business is a school offering various programs, from undergraduate programs to graduate programs and postgraduate programs.PSB Paris School of Business is the international school of Groupe ESG. Located in Paris and Rennes, the school provides both typical French higher education programs and
Mod'Art International, a top French School of Fashion since 2001, with an international calling, trains future leaders and key market players in the textile, accessories, and luxury industries. Mod'Art was launched in Sri Lanka in 2014 partnered with the Lanka Institute of Fashion Technology.
LISAA School of Art & Design is a French private institution for applied art education founded in 1986. LISAA has locations in Paris, Rennes, Nantes, Strasbourg, Bordeaux, and Toulouse. The school is one of about 100 recognized by the French Ministry of Culture and communication.
The name Le Cordon Bleu has been used for the first time in relation to culinary excellence since the 16th century, when King Henry III created one of the most important orders in France, L’Ordre du Saint-Esprit. Symbolizing this order was the cross of the Holy Spirit, which hung on a blue ribbon, or un cordon bleu. Due to the prestigious nature of this order and the decadent feasts accompanying their ceremonies, the name Le Cordon Bleu became well-recognized and celebrated. Le Cordon Bleu, as a culinary arts school, was founded in Paris in 1895 by the journalist and publisher of La Cuisinière Cordon Bleu magazine, Marthe Distel. Today, Le Cordon Bleu has a presence in some 20 countries, with 35 international schools attended by 20,000 students annually.
The INSEEC School of Business and Economics is a French private business school grande école and a member of the French Conférence des grandes écoles (CGE). Founded in 1975 by José Soubiran in Bordeaux, the INSEEC School of Business and Economics grew gradually by acquiring other academic institutions in business administration, economics, engineering, design, and social and political science in France and abroad.
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