Law courses are intended to be taken by those wishing to further their personal development. Whether you take the courses in a classroom or online, there are a variety of specialized study areas. Some of these include regulatory theory, commercial law and intellectual property.
In all, there are over 4000 Higher Education Institutions in Europe offering a wide range of courses at Bachelor, Masters and Doctorate level. With more and more of these organizations offering English as the language of education for at least some of their degree programs, universities in Europe are now of higher quality than ever before. Universities in Europe offer a friendly welcome to foreign students and to give a course of knowledge that meets their profession needs in today’s global demand.
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This course is ideal for experienced executives, managers and professionals who wish to improve their business English language in a commercial context in the shortest possible time. [+]
Executive and manager course in business English and communication
This course is ideal for experienced executives, managers and professionals who wish to improve their business English language in a commercial context in the shortest possible time.
Typically, participants have been working for some time and are already well established in their chosen careers.
Many of our participants come from leading international companies and organisations. So as part of the course you will be able to network with mature professionals during your lessons and networking evenings we organise every Monday.
Participants age: Minimum age 25 Average age 42 Group size: Maximum 6 Hours per week: 30 hours per week 09.00 - 17.00 Monday - Friday ... [-]
Global Business: Making the Matrix Work is designed for functional VPs and business unit managers who have to manage within complex environments which are organized into a matrix by product, function and geography... [+]
Global Business: Making The Matrix Work
In a world with perfectly integrated and interconnected markets across borders, there should be little room for differences in business strategy across countries and cultures. However, evidence tells us that the world economy is far from the perfect integration paradigm: We live in a semi-globalized world where distance matters.
In order to be successful, a firm’s global strategy needs to recognize cultural, administrative, geographic and economic differences – and how to take advantage of those differences. One tactic is to employ a diverse workforce, to be able to respond to a more diverse clientele. This calls for a new type of organization, one that spreads internationally and evolves within a complex and multi-cultural environment. It is in this complex environment where many companies are organized into a matrix by product, function and geography that today’s leaders are challenged to grow the business.... [-]