In Geneva our Managing Innovation class was recently asked to answer the question: How would you foster an innovative organizational culture inside your organization?
See some of the responses from students here.
Which Master’s program is right for you? Here we will outline the key differences between our three master-level programs so you can discover which one is best for you.
Humble yet heroic, Haydn Hagstrom, an MBA student from the Geneva Campus volunteered during the COVID-19 lockdown for the National Health Service (NHS) in the United Kingdom.
When you apply to Geneva Business School to undertake a bachelor’s, master’s, or MBA program, you will be asked to write a 500-word written response to a business case study. Here are some tips to help you!
From September we will be offering our Bachelor’s programs with a specialization in either Sport’s Management or International Management to the ICEF’s elite athletes. Read more here.
The return to campus in September will be met with some exciting new programs to meet the demands of the shifting landscape of education and our expanding network of campuses. Read more here.
Three MBA students from Geneva Campus, Elise Durr, Nikola Mijovic, and Keshav Astir worked in a team of 15 people to find solutions to COVID-19 related issues in Switzerland. Over 48 hours they developed a concept, a brand awareness campaign, and a funding strategy and application. Read the interview!
Faculty member Daria Gavilrova pens the first book on Barcelona in Russian! Journalist, Historian, and Barcelona aficionado, Daria wrote a book to share everything she has learned about this Mediterranean metropolis.
Geneva Business School now accepts the Duolingo English Test for applications for Bachelor’s, Master’s, MBAs, IEMBAs, and DBAs. Read on for more details.
Over the past year, Geneva Business School has been ordering supplies from Nozama Geen, who deliver on foot, electric scooter, bike, or electric motorcycle and pick up your recycling. Read all about RaaS (Recycling as a Service) here.
What is the difference between remote and blended learning? What is hybrid learning? What is a flipped classroom? Take a look at our guide.
Madrid and Barcelona campuses held an online case study challenge with the theme, Digital Impact in Retail. Students worked to develop a digital retail strategy for a retail store with two physical locations. See who won here.
Geneva Business School donated 100 trees to the Eduki Foundation in Switzerland for its seventh annual competition. Find out which projects won here!
Geneva Business School campuses will reopen according to government advice on COVID-19. Until then we will continue with blended learning. Read the complete announcement here.
Faculty and students of Geneva Business School participated in a 48-hour hackathon, Versus Virus, to help Switzerland solve the COVID-19 crisis. Read more.
Geneva Business School students are invited to join the Global Challenge, a project designed to support local communities during and after the COVID-19 crisis. Read more here.
“It is well known that nothing creates more trust and credibility than leading by example, it is the best way to generate influence and achieve common goals”, writes Professor Rosa Allegue.
Geneva Business School has moved up to 59th place in the annual ranking of the World’s Best Business Schools by CEOWORLD Magazine.