strong>Delighted, but also with a little of melancholy: for 19 months students of the Executive Master in Business & amp; Leadership for Engineers of Zeppelin University acquired business management knowledge and management and leadership skills in a total of 12 modules – especially for engineers. Now all that’s missing is the master’s thesis and the graduation ceremony.
According to Hansjörg Gutmann, Project Manager & amp; Quality Manager for the Business Unit GxP Services at Testo Industrial Services, manages the “not to break down the topics even too much in an executive study format on practice applications.” He concludes: “The added value of the study for me was in particular that the content in a level of abstraction, which made it possible to apply what they had learned in a wide variety of industries and positions.”
Tobias Bopp, who works in the area of sales controlling for the evaluation of international big business for top management Daimler Buses, raves about the lake view, “varied modules”, the “high quality of the lecturers”, the “successful university and non-university program” as well as the “high degree of internationalization” Of the eMa BEL.
Like Bopp, who particularly likes to remember the Winter Academy in South Africa, Marco Raufeisen, Project Manager for Customer & amp; Development projects at ZF Friedrichshafen AG that the time spent together in South Africa will remain in his memory: “We have learned a great deal, which will be very useful not only in our professional but also in our private lives and personally has evolved – an unforgettable time with many great experiences. ”
The graduates are looking forward to seeing each other again at the graduation ceremony in autumn.
Further information on the eMA BEL at zu.de/bel