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Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University's Business School

BI Norwegian Business School

ESMT European School of Management and Technology  

Isenberg School of Management, UMass Amherst

WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

Adam Smith Business School, University of Glasgow

 


Aarhus BSS, Aarhus University's Business School

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Aarhus BSS – a broad business school with an international outlook

Aarhus BSS is one of the four faculties at Aarhus University - a top 100 university according to several international rankings. With approx. 11,800 full-time students, several thousand part-time students, 230 PhD students and more than 550 faculty members, Aarhus BSS is one of the largest business schools in Europe. The school is accredited by the international accreditation bodies AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS, the latter specifically applying to our core business activities.

At Aarhus BSS, we bring business and social science disciplines together in a broad business school – a term we use to signal that we place business education in a broader perspective by letting it thrive and prosper alongside strong, core fields of psychology, political science and law. We offer a wide range of high-quality and international degree programmes within the fields of finance, business economics, accounting, marketing, management, corporate communication, business engineering, psychology, law, political science and public administration. Research-based teaching is the foundation of our degree programmes. Thus, our lecturers implement the latest research into their courses with the aim of strengthening students’ learning by presenting state-of-the-art research methods and turning new knowledge into hands-on solutions for real-life situations.

At Aarhus BSS, academic freedom and an international outlook are core values underlying our research and teaching activities.  Our broad scope enables us to attract researchers, lecturers and students from all over the world, who contribute to forming a highly international and academically diverse environment. Today, more than 90 nationalities are represented on campus.

Adding value to society

As a broad business school, Aarhus BSS aims to add value to society by creating knowledge within and across our core disciplines. We strongly encourage international research collaborations aimed at solving some of the global challenges facing our society, and our degree programmes are developed in close collaboration with our stakeholders from public and private organisations. In addition, we engage in various collaborations with a wide range of public, corporate, institutional, governmental and professional partners. By being in continuous dialogue with our external stakeholders, we aim to ensure that our degree programmes, research projects and services to society rendered remain relevant, adaptable to change and can develop in tandem with society’s needs and expectations.

About the department

The Department of Management is one of the six departments at Aarhus BSS.  The department’s research and teaching environment is highly international with a mix of Danish and international academic staff members and PhD students. In addition, we have a dynamic exchange of international researchers, who stay at the department for short or long periods of time.

We employ more than 160 academic staff members and cover a broad range of disciplines within management, e.g. marketing, corporate communication, international business, organisation, HR, strategy, management accounting, innovation management, entrepreneurship, project management and information systems. We aim to conduct high-quality research, and we give high priority to publishing our research in leading academic journals and presenting it at recognised conferences.

 

 

BI Norwegian Business School

BI Norwegian Business School

BI Norwegian Business School in Oslo is looking for new faculty members. Is Oslo, Norway your next work place? 

Oslo is connected to all the major European cities with several flights per day; most European destinations are less than two hours away. 

Read more about Oslo at: http://www.visitoslo.com.

About BI Norwegian Business School

With its approximately 20 000 students and 400 faculty, the BI Norwegian Business School is Europe’s second largest business school, and is Norway's largest supplier of economic and administrative professionals. BI’s academic rigor places the business school among the top schools in Europe. Since 1983, more than 200 000 graduates have completed their studies at BI. 

Ranking and Accreditations

BI is the only Norwegian ”Triple Crown” schools, which means BI holds three of the most important accreditations for a business school with international ambitions: the European EQUIS (European Quality Improvement Systems), the American AACSB (The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) and the British AMBA (The Association of MBAs). Schools with all three are called ”Triple Crown” schools, and they are in a class of their own among international business schools. About 77 of an approximate total of 15 500 business schools globally, could pride themselves on a Triple Crown status. 

BI was ranked as number 33 in the Financial Times European Business School Rankings 2017, and

as number 17 on The Economist’ ranking of the 40 best Masters in Management programmes in the world.

International Profile

BI has an international profile and was the first educational institution in the world that received approval to start an MBA programme in China. The BI-Fudan MBA programme is ranked as number 38 on Financial Times’ list of the 100 best Executive MBA programmes in the world.

BI also has student exchange agreements with more than 200 institutions in 48 different countries. Approximately 30 % of BI’s faculties are from other countries than Norway.   

BI’s Strategy 2015-2018 states the clear ambition to increase the number and proportion of international faculty at BI Norwegian Business School both through permanent and temporary full-time positions, and through part-time and visiting, guest lecturing arrangements.

Research areas

BI Norwegian Business School boasts Norway’s leading faculty in the fields of economics, management, strategy, marketing and finance. The school has 8 research departments: 

-Department of Finance 

-Department of Communication and Culture

-Department of Leadership and Organizational Behaviour 

-Department of Marketing 

-Department of Accounting, Auditing and Business Analytics 

-Department of Economics 

-Department of Strategy and Entrepreneurship 

-Department of Law and Governance

In addition to this, BI has 24 research centers associated with the various departments that address knowledge development and communication on specific sectors and topics. 

BI’s Portfolio                                            

-Bachelor: 12 BSc programs

-MSc: 7 full-time MSc programs, and a Master in Accounting and Auditing 

-Executive Education: More than 200 part-time courses and programs, of which many are specially adapted or tailor-made training programs for private and government enterprises.  

-PhD: Since 2000, more than 100 candidates have earned a PhD at BI Norwegian Business School 

BI is a private non-profit organization. Its internationally acclaimed and award-winning main campus is located Oslo. Natural light and open spaces create the sensation of being in an indoor village; a place where everybody feels at home.

For more information about BI, please visit http://www.bi.edu

Welcome to visit us in Oslo!

 

ESMT Berlin

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ESMT Berlin: International Business School with Strong Corporate Support

ESMT Berlin was founded by 25 leading global companies and institutions. The international business school offers a full-time MBA, an executive MBA, a master's in management, as well as open enrollment and customized executive education programs. ESMT focuses on three main topics: leadership, innovation, and analytics. ESMT faculty publishes in top academic journals. Additionally, the business school provides an interdisciplinary platform for discourse between politics, business, and academia. The business school is based in Berlin, Germany, with Schloss Gracht as an additional location near Cologne. ESMT is a private business school with the right to grant PhDs and is accredited by the German state, AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS, and FIBAA.

ESMT placed 8th globally in the 2017 Financial Times Executive Education combined ranking of open enrollment and customized programs. ESMT has been the highest ranked business school in Germany since entering the executive education rankings in 2010.

The faculty of ESMT consist of 37 members from 18 nations and more than 40 visiting faculty members (as of September 2017). They have a wide variety of backgrounds and collaborate in an exceptional academic environment. ESMT professors have earned their PhD degrees from top institutions such as Columbia University, Cornell University, Wharton School, London Business School, and INSEAD.

In accordance with the school's mission, the role of research at ESMT Berlin is to develop and disseminate innovative knowledge, to foster sustainable economic growth, and to help business leaders succeed globally and act responsibly. With its research, ESMT aspires to enlighten the judgment of business leaders and policy makers, thereby improving societies and organizations.

The School’s Mission

From the heart of Europe, we create and impart new knowledge to advance business and society. We develop entrepreneurial leaders who think globally and act responsibly.

Areas of competence: Leadership, Innovation, Analytics

Centers and institutes

-Center for Financial Reporting and Auditing (CFRA)

-Center for Leadership Development Research (CLDR)

-Center for Sustainable Business (CSB)

-Digital Society Institute (DSI)

-Hidden Champions Institute (HCI)

Chairs

-Deutsche Post DHL Chair: Catalina Stefanescu-Cuntze, Professor and Dean of Faculty

-Deutsche Telekom Chair in Leadership and HR Development: Matthew S. Bothner, Professor

-EY Chair in Governance and Compliance: Jörg Rocholl, Professor and President

-Michael Diekmann Chair in Management Science: Tamer Boyaci, Professor and Director of Research

-POK Pühringer PS Chair in Entrepreneurship: Henry Sauermann, Associate Professor 

Visit the faculty and research section of our website for information on our faculty, job openings, and recent publications. www.esmt.org

 

Isenberg School of Management, UMass Amherst

Isenberg School of Management

 

The Isenberg School of Management, on the University of Massachusetts Amherst flagship campus, is the Bay State’s premier public business school. Isenberg offers AACSB-accredited programs with bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. degrees in management, accounting, finance, marketing, and operations management. It also has bachelor’s, master’s, and Ph.D. programs in hospitality & tourism management and sport management. Isenberg is home to the Mark H. McCormack Collection, an extensive archive that chronicles the history of modern sport management.

Admission to Isenberg is highly selective.  Our high-achieving students are diverse in both backgrounds and interests.  

The school offers an innovative learning environment with state-of-the-art technology that encourages experiential learning and interaction between students and faculty.  

Many of the school’s most successful alumni maintain deep, ongoing involvement, serving as mentors, network connectors, and guest lecturers.

A Tradition of Leadership in Business Education: Isenberg is one of New England's first three accredited business schools, has the region's oldest doctoral program, and has accepted international exchange students for nearly three decades.

-Founded: 1947

-Students: 5,200+ (3,800 undergraduates, 1,400 master’s (includes Full-time MBA; online/part-time MBA; M.S.), 66 Ph.D. 

-Isenberg’s Ph.D. program is the oldest among New England’s public colleges and universities. Its graduates hold faculty positions in industry and at more than 100 colleges and universities. 

-43,000 living alumni

Management at Isenberg

The Management Department at Isenberg equips students with the knowledge and capabilities to excel in leadership positions in both large, complex organizations and smaller enterprises.  Our innovative curriculum places special emphasis on skills related to the management of change, sustainability, and entrepreneurship and innovation.  Members of the faculty are recognized thought leaders in a variety of areas including

-Strategic decision-making processes, Corporate entrepreneurship, Management of strategic change

-Business Leadership: Self-Leadership, Empowered teams, Shared leadership

-Knowledge and human capital

-Services management

-Qualitative research, Alternative paradigms, Cultural and gender perspectives on organizations and management

Department faculty have published research on these and other topics in the field’s most visible outlets, including Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, Academy of Management Perspective, Strategic Management Journal, Administrative Science Quarterly, Journal of Management, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Applied Psychology, Organization Science, among many others. Our faculty members have also served in editorial roles and leadership positions in the Academy and other professional groups. 

 

WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

WU Vienna

 

 

 

 

 

WU is one of the largest business universities in the European Union and is centrally located at the heart of Europe. The University maintains an excellent position as a center for research and teaching and attracts an international group of students and faculty. It offers a broad range of undergraduate, graduate, and executive programs in the area of business, economics, and business law. WU has been granted triple accreditation by EQUIS, AACSB, and AMBA, and is a member of a number of international networks such as PIM and CEMS.

The Financial Times has ranked WU’s Master in International Management program at rank 13 in 2017.

WU Undergraduate Programs

BSc Business, Economics & Social Sciences (in German)

BSc Business and Economics (in English)

LL.B. Business Law (in German)

WU Graduate Programs

in English:

MSc Quantitative Finance

MSc Strategy, Innovation & Management Control

MSc Supply Chain Management

MSc Marketing

MSc Economics

MSc Information Systems

MSc Socio-Ecological Economics and Policy

MSc/MIM International Management (CEMS)

PhD Finance

PhD Economics and Social Sciences

PhD/DIBT International Business Taxation

in German:

MSc Business Education

LL.M Business Law

MSc Export and Internationalization Management

MSc Finance and Accounting

MSc Management

MSc Socioeconomics

MSc Taxation and Accounting

Doctorate Social and Economic Sciences

Doctorate Business Law

WU Executive Academy

MBA, EMBA, MBL and LL.M. programs and certificate programs in German and English

WU has a strong international orientation with about 25% of its 23,000 degree students coming from abroad and 1,000 incoming exchange students every year. With memberships in PIM and CEMS and over 220 partner universities on all six continents as well as a variety of annual international summer universities, WU is part of a network of excellent universities. 

Please see https://www.wu.ac.at/karriere/arbeiten-an-der-wu/jobangebote/ for current job openings. 

Come and explore Vienna, experience WU!

 

University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School

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The University of Glasgow Adam Smith Business School (AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS) creates inspiring leaders, researchers and professionals whose research and relations with industry have real impact, influencing organisations as they develop and grow globally.

The Adam Smith Business School has a distinguished history of research in business-related subjects that spans centuries, beginning with the establishment of the Chair in Moral Philosophy in 1727. This role, which Adam Smith held in 1752, marks the birth of the subject of Political Economy at Glasgow.

The School builds on Smith’s legacy – understanding that wealth creation is for the benefit of society at large, that managers and entrepreneurs are ethically and socially responsible and accountable, and that businesses and organisations need to look for a sustainable future.

Recent publications of our inspiring faculty:

  • Bakshi, G., Cerrato, M., & Crosby, J. 2018. Implications of incomplete markets for international economies. Review of Financial Studies, http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/rfs/hhx120.
  • Bogomolnaia, A., Moulin, H., Sandomirskiy, F., & Yanovskaya, E. 2017. Competitive division of a mixed manna. Econometrica, 85(6): 1847-1871.
  • Boussebaa, M., & Brown, A. D. 2017. Englishization, identity regulation and imperialism. Organization Studies, 38(1): 7-29.
  • Bristow, A., Robinson, S., & Ratle, O. 2017. Being an early-career CMS academic in the context of insecurity and ‘excellence’: the dialectics of resistance and compliance. Organization Studies, 38(9): 1185-1207.
  • Draca, M., Koutmeridis, T., & Machin, S. 2018. The changing returns to crime: do criminals respond to prices? Review of Economic Studies, https://doi.org/10.1093/restud/rdy004.
  • Finch, J., Geiger, S., & Reid, E. 2017. Captured by technology? How material agency sustains interaction between regulators and industry actors. Research Policy, 46(1): 160-170.
  • Reuber A. R., Dimitratos, P., & Kuivalainen, O. 2017. Beyond categorization: new directions for theory development about entrepreneurial internationalization. Journal of International Business Studies, 48(4): 411-422.
  • Reuber, A. R., & Morgan-Thomas, A. 2018. Communicating moral legitimacy in controversial industries: the trade in human tissue. Journal of Business Ethics, https://doi.org/10.1007/s10551-017-3480-z.
  • Schreven, S., 2018. Conspiracy theorists and organization studies. Organization Studies, https://doi.org/10.1177/0170840617727783.
  • Siebert, S., Wilson, F., & Hamilton, J. R. A. 2017. 'Devils may sit here': The role of enchantment in institutional maintenance. Academy of Management Journal, 60(4): 1607-1632.
  • Tsoukalas, J., Tsoukas, S., & Guariglia, A. 2017. To what extent are savings-cash flow sensitivities informative to test for capital market imperfections? Review of Finance, 21(3): 1251-1285.

Recent ventures founded by our inspiring students:

  • MindMate: Co-founded by Business School alumni Susanne Mitschke and Patrick Renner. This app for people over 65 trains the body and brain to reduce the risk of developing memory loss. www.mindmate-app.com
  • Dreamaker: Thailand-based crowdfunding platform, co-founded by our alumnus Kittinand Pithayapriechagul. www.dreamaker.co.th
  • WheelAIR: Our alumna Corien Staels set up Staels Design and designed an award-winning battery powered airflow backrest cushion for wheelchair users to help regulate body temperature. www.wheelair.co.uk

Join us to engage with practitioners, organisations and academic institutions around the world, push the boundaries of knowledge and understanding, and work to make a real impact on society.

glasgow.ac.uk/business

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