Our Corporate Partners
Our Corporate Partners are extremely diverse and involved across all aspects of our programs: from active contribution to our strategic goals and the management of our programs, to contributing to our students' learning experience in the classroom, to welcoming our graduates and alumni as new recruits within their organisations. The relationships that we have with our Corporate Partners are highly valued and a long term, mutually-beneficial commitment.
Typically one-day (min. half-day or max. 2-day) interactive training events, skill seminars help students develop essential skills relevant to management life. Corporate partners are responsible for designing and delivering the seminar content in cooperation with the Master of Management Academic Director.
Our Master of Management students work on a consultancy-like project which address real life business problems. The university appoints an academic advisor to support and coordinate the students. In return, companies will be presented with the results of the study and concrete solutions on the problem raised, while having the opportunity to scout emerging talent for recruitment.
All Masters of Management applicants are required to attend at least one interview and provide a statement of motivation. This provides the Academic Director and our corporate partners with the opportunity to assess the students and admit the very best possible candidates.
The Management Education Office runs an extensive annual program of networking events designed to encourage students and corporate partners to exchange ideas and viewpoints. Corporate partners also have the opportunity to provide a guest speaker, as desired. Typically, networking events are held outside business hours and feature a relevant business theme.
Guest lecture & curriculum development
We welcome the opportunity to work with our corporate partners to develop course curriculum that is relevant to contemporary business. In this way, students will be able to graduate with assurance that the material they have learnt is not just for academic use, but also industry-relevant and internationally significant.