THE FIRST AMBA & BGA European
Capacity Building Workshop for Business School leaders and professionals
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Building and designing global programmes and partnerships

LIVE IN BERLIN | 16 February 2023

Radisson Collection Hotel, Karl-Liebknecht-Strasse 3, 10178 Berlin, Germany

Workshop description

Public initiatives, such as the European Universities initiative, and private ones, such as CEMS, are paving the way for both pan-European and global degrees. This approach, designed to offer global and flexible programmes across institutions in multiple countries, is taking shape in many exciting forms.

This workshop will invite business school leaders who will share their experiences in building both programmes and partnerships with other institutions, the challenges and results of these initiatives, and ultimately how they see the management education industry will develop in relation to these initiatives in Europe and beyond.

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The workshop will include several opportunities for attendees to share their experiences and thoughts, as well as network with other business school professionals from the AMBA & BGA network. The workshop is designed for senior and middle managers at Business Schools who are heavily involved in partnerships and internationalisation.

The workshop is a free event which is capped at 40 delegates. As a result, schools may only send up to two delegates if they’re looking to register for the event. As this is a first come, first serve event, places cannot be guaranteed if the booking is made too late.

Register for your free place here

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Workshop programme

09:30 — 10:00

Registrations and refreshments

10:30 — 10:15

European Capacity Building Workshop Introduction

10:15 — 11:30

— Group breakout discussion
— Open discussion with entire room

11:30 — 11:45

Networking and refreshments

11:45 — 13:00

— Group breakout discussion
— Open discussion with entire room

13:00 — 14:00

Lunch

14:00 — 15:15

— Group breakout discussion
— Open discussion with entire room

15:15 — 15:30

Networking break

15:30 — 16:45

— Group breakout discussion
— Open discussion with entire room

16:45 — 17:00

Closing remarks and farewell 

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Meet the speakers

Steef van de Velde

Former Dean and Professor 
RSM, Erasmus University

Steef van de Velde is a former Dean of Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus
University (RSM) Netherlands, where he was also a Professor of Operations Management
and Technology. He is a board member at AMBA & BGA.
Steef holds an MSc in econometrics from the Erasmus School of Economics and a PhD in
mathematics and computer science from Eindhoven University of Technology.

Guillaume Finck

Vice President
Collège de Paris

Guillaume Finck, speaker for the European Capacity Building Workshop in Berlin.

Guillaume Finck had entered his career in higher education, which has been a life-long passion, first as Academic Dean and a Professor of Business Strategy, and later as Dean of Paris School of Business.

He developed over time an expertise in international accreditations by supervising two successful audits with AMBA and AACSB, as well as strong skills in academics management and campus operations supervision.

Guillaume Finck joined College de Paris three years ago as Vice President and supervises all international activities for the network. By bringing real-world experience into the classroom, a transformative vision, and thanks to a demonstrated excellence in the development and administration of academic programs, College de Paris now scores among the highest in France for student engagement and quality of educational experience. 

Yasmina Kashouh

Head of International Programs and Academics
College de Paris International

Yasmina Kashouh was born in Beirut, Lebanon in 1994. After she moved to Paris in 2017 to undergo graduate studies, she became the Head of International Programs and Academics at College de Paris International. She continues to hold that role until today. Yasmina is also a DBA candidate at Ascencia Business School and her doctoral research focuses on the importance of finding the perfect balance between modern and traditional hospitality and maintaining the “human touch” with the rise of technology. She received the MSc in Hospitality & Tourism management from Paris School of Business and has worked and has held consulting positions in luxurious hotels in the Middle East.

Sagi Hartov

CEO GUS Germany & Co Founder and Executive Chairman
Berlin School of Business and Innovation

Sagi Hartov, speaker for the European Capacity Building Workshop in Berlin.

Sagi Hartov, co-founder and executive president of Berlin School of Business Innovation (BSBI) and Berlin Metropolitan University (BMU – in foundation); CEO of GUS Germany GmbH (GGG), University of Europe for Applied Sciences (UE) and htk Academy; executive chairman and co-founder of London College of Contemporary Arts (LCCA).

Sagi Hartov has been with GUS Group for more than 10 years, where he among others contributed to the successful development of BSBI. Now, he is focusing on the business units of GUS Germany GmbH with the aim to provide UE and htk, with future-oriented educational offers.

Register for the European Capacity Building Workshop live
in Berlin

The workshop is a free event which is capped at 40 delegates. As a result, schools may only send up to two delegates if they’re looking to register for the event. As this is a first come, first serve event, places cannot be guaranteed if the booking is made too late.

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