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Happy Easter Holidays

SBS Swiss Business School wishes you a lovely Easter holiday!

Happy Easter

CEO MBA Rankings 2017

CEO Magazine has been showcasing top business schools from around the globe and has released its 2017 Global MBA Rankings. Using a ranking system entirely geared and weighted to fact-based criteria, CEO Magazine aims to cut through the noise and provide potential students with a performance benchmark for those schools under review. SBS Swiss Business School is proud to announce the following rankings:

We are ranked as Tier One Institution for European MBA

Ranked 6 for our Global Executive MBA 

Ranked 2 for our Global Online MBA 

Click the link below to read CEO Magazine entire report: 

Download CEO MBA Ranking

 

Spring Alumni Event 2017

On May 11th at 18:30, we will having our second Alumni Event meet up. Come by and see what your former classmates have been doing! 

Spring Alumni 2017

We are looking forward to welcoming you.
-Your SBS Team

MINT Forum 2017

Students in the third year of the SBS Swiss Business School’s BBA program successfully organized the 2017 MINT Forum with speakers from Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey. The topic of this year’s forum was Political Changes in the MINT Countries, with the speakers describing the current situation in their respective, developing countries and discussing the challenges which these countries face, as well as the opportunities and potential for progress. Dr. Wolfs, our Academic Dean gave the keynote address and the closing remarks. For the first time ever, this forum was broadcast through SBS Swiss Business School’s social media channels to a global audience.

After the informative and entertaining presentations, guests and participants were invited to enjoy an apero that was also prepared by the students. Here, speakers were able to engage in conversations with groups of students and answer further questions about their countries and learn more about these exciting developing economies and the promise that the future holds.

We would like to thank Mr. Rodrigo Aguilar Strecke, Mr. Jesse Ng, Mr. Francis Edo-Osagie and Ms. Pinar Altazli for their participation and for sharing their knowledge in this forum. We would like to thank the third-year students of SBS Swiss Business School for organizing and executing a wonderful forum and congratulate them on their success. We would also like to thank all the participants, at SBS Swiss Business School and elsewhere, who tuned in and asked questions and took part in this unique learning experience, and welcome you to join us for next year’s installment.

The 2011 acronym “MINT” refers to the countries of Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey which have been identified as developing countries, having potential for significant growth within the next 2 decades, even joining the ranks of the most global economic drivers.

MINT Forum 2017

MINT Forum 2017 Live Stream

SBS MINT Forum 2017 We are proud to announce the third annual MINT Forum, to be held on March 30th 2017 at 13:00 Swiss time (Central European Summer Time), at SBS Swiss Business School. The SBS Swiss Business School MINT Forum is a student-led project that brings together speakers from Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Turkey for an afternoon of informative and interesting discussions and presentations on these exciting and developing countries. The theme of this year’s forum focuses on the Political Changes in the MINT Countries, and the effects of recent political events. The event will be streamed in real-time to Youtube and Facebook. We are looking forward to welcoming you to the event on-campus or online!

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