The International School of Management (ISM) has six different campuses situated around Germany that impart sound principles of business education to eager students. Located in Cologne, Dortmund, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart, the schools focus a part of their instruction on having students work on projects within small groups, which enhances their skills in the area of teamwork. This successful process has been in place for the last quarter-century.
Students take advantage of the chance to study abroad for a semester in order to broaden their knowledge of the role international business plays. However, there’s more than enough activity on each of the individual ISM campuses to keep students engaged. A mix of both undergraduates and those seeking advanced degrees, including doctorates, is a common sight.
Students are certainly much more engaged with ISM instructors (7 students to 1 professor ratio). Depending on individual schedules, enrolment at either the undergraduate or graduate level can be on a full-time or part-time basis. Inclusion in ISM’s international MBA program is also available to those with work experience.
All of the above information helps explain why ISM continues to achieve high rankings among international business schools.