The Lauder Business School becomes a member of the “Accreditation Council for Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP)”!
Lauder Business School honors its most accomplished students with a bestowal of the Director’s List. The Director’s List is a type of scholarship that recognizes the achievement of Bachelor and Master students semester by semester. In order to be eligible for the Director’s List, students must have a semester GA of 1.25 or below (based on first exam attempts with a minimum of 25 examined ECTS in the respective semester). In recognition of the extraordinary academic achievement in the spring term 2016/2017, two master students have been placed on the Director’s List — congratulations to Ramona SCHILLEIN (IML 2016; GA: 1.17) and Katharina HÖFLER (IML 2016, GA: 1,25)!
We are very pleased to announce the beginning of the new academic year 2017/2018 on September 26!
The LBS faculty and staff wish all our new and returning students a good start! We hope that you have refilled your energy reserves during the summer and that you are now ready for the new challenges to come.
„Marketing on a shoestring – How to deliver big results with small resources”
As part of the 2017 Erasmus+ staff mobility, Ivana Cvetkovic, LBS marketing assistant, had the opportunity to attend a seminar in Bonn, Germany organized by the GATE (Germany Internationales Hochschulmarketing) from August 30-31. The seminar was led by Joachim Ekström, Chair of the European Association for International Education (EAIE), and responsible for international marketing and recruiting at Uppsala University in Sweden.
What are Student Consulting Projects (SCP)?
SCP projects are 8-month project collaboration (October-May) between corporate or not-for-profit clients, LBS advanced master students and qualified LBS faculty members. They are intended to assist local corporations, entrepreneurs and also non-profits with typical business issues.
Dipl. Ing. Annette Hexelschneider, teaching Managing Knowledge and Intellectual Capital in the IML master’s program at Lauder Business School, has recently published the article “Wissenstransfer: Weniger ist mehr!” (Knowledge Transfer: Less is more) in the journal for top executives “Zeitschrift für Wissensmanagement” (Journal for Knowledge Management), the first German magazine exclusively covering knowledge management. Moreover, she has recently presented her newly developed Toolbox for knowledge transfer at the IMEX 2017 exhibition in Frankfurt, Germany. In an interview with the LBS Marketing team, she reveals details about her work as well as her teaching experience at LBS.