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BSBI announces new programs with CUChicago

Berlin School of Business and Innovation has announced a partnership with Concordia University Chicago that will see the introduction of two new postgraduate programs from the CUC College of Business to be delivered at the BSBI Berlin campus.

Situated in the heart of Berlin, BSBI presents a prime location for business studies with a multi-cultural environment. Photo: Anna-m.w.

The partnership will see CUC bringing its programs to Europe for the first time.

The MA in Innovation and Entrepreneurship and MBA will be awarded by CUC and the courses are set to have their first intakes in March 2020.

The program contents will range across a variety of current and relevant topics such as global marketing in the digital era, organisational behaviour, entrepreneurship and accounting for decision making.

“Germany offers a compelling landscape of opportunities for students”

Students will learn a wealth of skills that are highly sought after by employers around the world while gaining an internationally-recognised degree.

Situated in the heart of Berlin, BSBI presents a prime location for business studies with a multi-cultural environment.

Academic director at BSBI, Alexandra Gray, said CUC will undoubtedly bring expertise and innovation to the new programs.

“Studying at BSBI is ideal for those with career aspirations of becoming entrepreneurs or leaders in business.

“Germany offers a compelling landscape of opportunities for students willing to take on the challenge of studying abroad, gaining international experience and discovering a new culture,” she added.

The partnership with BSBI will see CUC bringing its programs to Europe for the first time.

Claudia Santin, dean of the College of Business at CUC, commented: “We are excited to have BSBI as a partner for our expansion in Germany.”

“[Students] will be able to study in Berlin and benefit from CUC’s business curricula, designed and taught by business leaders and professionals. We believe this partnership will help us as an institution to achieve our vision as a global university.”

Students who wish to take advantage of either one of the new programs will have access to all the services including career and student support, free German lessons and a free five-day executive education course.

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