School of Management der Heilbronn Business School -
University description (as per official university website)
School of Management
The German Graduate School of Management and Law is a nationally recognized private university, which is funded by Dieter Schwarz. It is international and works together with leading universities in research and teaching. In the center of teaching and research is the development of the entrepreneur and the organization of innovation processes. The German Graduate School of Management and Law focuses on part-time study programs for leadership talent and provides training programs for management teams.
Inclusion of the study as a company heilbronn business school in the tower in Heilbronn Neckar with master degree programs of partner universities in January 2005
Institutional Akkredtitierung by the Science at 07.07.2006
State-approved college of Baden-Württemberg since 07/18/2006
Start the MBA program of the GGS and the master program Business Law (LL.M.) in October 2006
Start the range of customized business and executive training programs in October 2008
Graduation of the first "own" graduates in May 2009
Since June 2009 new name "German Graduate School of Management and Law, of Heilbronn"
The GGS as a learning organization: The GGS is a learning organization, the university administration, professors, lecturers, students and staff, responsible and non-bureaucratic work together cooperatively to implement the vision of the university.
Faculty: engine of the German Graduate School of Management and Law is their faculty of professors, visiting professors and lecturers - with the right blend of academic excellence, leadership and international experience.
Partners of students: Studying at the German Graduate School of Management and Law is partnership and cooperation, inclusion in an alumni network and the targeted promotion of leadership skills. Continuous consultation and feedback on learning and performance are central part of the support framework.
Partner of the Economy: The German Graduate School of Management and Law promotes the dialogue between science and business practice. It promotes the integration of knowledge, learning and practice through applied research and success-and action-studies. It organizes the formation of networks of scientists and managers in the region.
We are responsible leaders in management and law, and further, creating opportunities for companies and society sustainable value.
We research for the progress in management and legal according to international requirements for good research. In addition to individual research topics, we are working together on our core theme of "Value-based leadership" of business relations.
We see ourselves as a think tank, the new knowledge in management and law generated. We are committed as a sparring partner and consultant for the practice.
We provide regional added value, are nationally recognized and visible as well as internationally.
Our Service Areas
Responsible: We provide teaching, research, training and advice to contribute to sustainable business success and economic growth. Our contributions are based both on the welfare of employees in enterprises and society.
International: We are guided in research and teaching at the quality and focus of the leading international business schools. Even with regional issues, we lose the international context is not out of sight.
Challenging: We set ourselves high standards and strive to meet these. For this we are committed to continuous development to provide best services permanently.
Solution-oriented: We seek in all situations for all parties to find solutions and not pursue a dogmatic principles. We have internal and external customer-and service-oriented.
Regional: We have regional roots and make a regional value for the people and companies in the region.
Curious: We are a research university, for all who work with us, inspiring and pioneering works.
Argument: We appreciate and take advantage of controversial but constructive discussions with students, customers and partners as an important source for the growth of knowledge.