About Gisma Business School
Since its establishment in 1999, GISMA Business School has paved the way for talented and skilled individuals to develop tech-driven and innovative solutions to some of the biggest challenges in the business world. GISMA educates individuals to be responsible members of the global business community. GISMA stands for practice-oriented and inspiring management education that enables students to be engaged in life-long learning and synergizing relevant academic science and practice. GISMA cooperates with a network of globally operating organizations in business and higher education and supports the business community in its internationalization and change processes by preparing students for the global and regional (German) business community. Additionally, through a range of partnerships with schools including the triple-accredited Grenoble Ecole de Management, The University of Law and Kingston University, GISMA has expanded its selection of programs providing more students with the opportunity to pursue their career ambitions. One of Gisma proudest achievements has been the establishment of the MBA program in collaboration with Grenoble Ecole de Management, one of the most prestigious business schools. Through this program, students develop their skills enabling them to become leading business professionals who can grow successful organizations. In 2018, GISMA announced the establishment of its first center outside of Germany, in London. This was a significant step for GISMA in terms of achieving an international presence. Students are also encouraged to pursue internships and job opportunities in Germany. With campuses in Berlin, Hannover and Hamburg, students have access to numerous employers from the world’s biggest tech firms as well as a range of start-up companies. Cooperation between GISMA and employers has enabled students to find exciting job opportunities and work on collaborative projects.
Learn more about various workplace issues within global and local contexts, with a special focus on Berlin businesses. While Iceland has recently introduced a new law to pay equal wages for both men and women, it is a fact that German women are still paid on average 21% less than men. Gender pay gap, inequality and sexual harassment are only some of the controversial issues that are being discussed nowadays. Legal and cultural differences are leading to different outcomes worldwide, as social media keep playing a fundamental role.
Why choose this program?
Select this program if you want to:
- Understand the role of gender in the workplace through legal, cultural and economic lenses in German, European and global business contexts
- Study in a multicultural environment
- Employ methodologies based on real cases
- Learn from experts in the field
- Develop your soft skills
- Get career coaching
- Study in English
- Visit local companies
- Enjoy the dynamic city of Berlin, by day and night
- Full Time