Geneva Business School Celebrates 25 Years
This year we celebrate our 25th year of Swiss quality innovative business education and our global network of campuses, students and alumni.
As Geneva Business School reaches its milestone 25th year, we take a look back at the history of the school and how it has adapted to the constantly changing world of business.
Fast forward to 2020 and Geneva Business School has proliferated into a thriving higher education institution with a global network of state-of-the-art, interactive campuses, and online programs with fast-growing plans for the future.
Soon, he partnered with other schools across the globe, and developed them according to the Geneva Business School model in Spain, Kazakhstan, UAE, and Myanmar.
Today Geneva Business School hosts a diverse student community and faculty with 83 nationalities across our campuses, and a proud alumni network growing with each graduation.
Looking Back, Moving Forward:
Reflections From Students, Faculty, and Staff…
Sixtine Crutchfield-Tripet, Student Services and Alumni Coordinator
As an alumna of IFGP, I am proud to still be involved today. I have watched the institution grow and have benefitted from Prof Kahn’s teaching but also he has been a valued example when solving the many life challenges we all have to face. He is one of the smartest, kindest and most open-minded visionaries I know.
Amy Lee (FCPA, MBA), the first DBA candidate in Australia on Distance Learning:
My online learning experience with Geneva Business School is like having a tennis moment with Roger Federer. The information given by the school is precise, the learning materials are current and the concepts put forward are contemporary, making my DBA delivery an effortless process. With this kind of A-Class support, I’m confident I’ll ace in my thesis research as well.
Mahmoud Hagrass, 2019 graduate and owner of Sana Vida Restaurants on Entrepreneurship:
Not only when it comes to your future and just working in general but I think especially at Geneva Business School, for entrepreneurship, for people who want to go their own way, for people who have ideas and want to explore new things, I think there’s no better place in Barcelona.
Nicola Jackman-Lansdowne, Spain Campus Director and Professor of International Relations on supporting the students:
What sets Geneva Business School apart is its approach to higher education and treating each student as an individual. Our concern for their well-being is a priority.
What does the future hold for Geneva Business School?
An alumni network is being built as we celebrate Geneva Business School’s 25th anniversary. By the time we celebrate our 50th, the alumni network will be established in over 50 countries creating a professional and social hub, offering a business incubator of passionate, responsible leaders in their field.
We asked our faculty â€˜Where do you see Geneva Business School in the future?
I think Geneva Business school’s really positioning itself to be a top tier school, they are really ambitious and really doing everything they can to empower their professors so that they’re ready for building the best. So we’re giving students the best education that we can, building a strong reputation from the bottom up. And we’ll do a solid job of putting Geneva’s name on the map.
– Andrew Wong, Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Co-Founder of Fundie Ventures
I can see it [Geneva Business School] as a trusted and respected elite Business School through a better screening of admissions and a solid program that addresses the skills required in the future global market.
– Nicola Jackman-Lansdowne, Professor of International Relations
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