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December 2, 2013 11:19 am
Are you considering studying at a European business school? If so, find out why business schools in the UK, France and Germany are distinctive and are attracting a different kind of student to business schools in North America.
On Wednesday 4th December 2013, a panel of experts answered questions about European business schools on our MBA blog.
On the panel were:
Jean-Michel Blanquer is a professor of public law. He holds a PhD from the University of Paris II and masters degrees in philosophy and political sciences from Sciences Po. Prof Blanquer joined Essec in July 2013.
Jörg Rocholl joined ESMT in July 2007 as an associate professor. He became dean in April 2011. He holds his PhD in finance and economics from Columbia Business School.
Francisco Veloso has a PhD in technology, management and policy from Massachusetts Institute of Technology. His work focuses on how companies and regions develop and leverage scientific and technological capabilities for economic growth.
Abhinav has worked in three different industries - energy, manufacturing and infrastructure. He is a certified project management professional and has an masters in engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Since September 2013, Abhinav has been blogging for the FT about his business school experience.
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