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May 16, 2014 1:59 pm
Spanish business school Iese is to open a campus in the centre of Munich, next door to Bavaria’s parliament buildings. This will be the school’s second overseas campus – Iese already has a site in New York as well as multiple buildings in Madrid and Barcelona, its main campus.
The German campus will open in October and will be used to teach open enrolment and customised executive programmes, including the school’s flagship Advanced Management Programme (AMP). International modules of Iese’s Global Executive MBA programme will also be taught in Munich.
The German campus will also house two research centres that focus on family business and manufacturing and innovation.
In addition to its own campuses overseas, Iese has been instrumental in setting up business schools around the world, particularly in Latin America. It was also played a major role in setting up Ceibs, the Shanghai-based business school, and Lagos Business School in Nigeria.
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