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Kingston University Teams up With GISMA

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The business school at Kingston University has announced a new partnership with GISMA Business School in Germany to deliver British postgraduate degrees at GISMA's Hanover campus.

The programmes have been designed by Kingston Business School and will be delivered entirely in English at GISMA. The degree will focus on international business, corporate finance, innovation management and entrepreneurship.

The courses will be awarded by Kingston University, providing students in Hanover with an internationally recognised degree from an AACSB- accredited Business School.

The first programmes are due to start next May and will provide students the skills needed to succeed in a variety of business roles in management or consultancy.

Managing Director at GISMA Business school, Dr Thorsten Thiel, said: "Working with international partners we are creating learning opportunities that can truly equip postgraduate students with the skills to excel in international business. The positive response to these collaborations indicates that we are going in the right direction, growing our reputation for the benefits of our students."

Meanwhile, associate professor Dr Fatima Annan-Diab, who heads up Kingston Business School's Department of Strategy, Marketing and Innovation, said the collaboration will further enhance the university's international presence.