DBA ProgrammeAction Learning: learn to act, act to learn
BSL and BSN launch The Global Doctoral Alliance
Business School Lausanne (BSL) and Business School Netherlands (BSN) are proud to announce their strategic partnership to jointly develop the next generation of business leaders who will be known for their global view and spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship. This new partnership named: The Global Doctoral Alliance, launches with the Global Executive DBA program, which starts in 2020 and will expand to other programs and activities in 2021.
For years now, Switzerland has ranked as #1 in the Global Innovation Index , with The Netherlands coming in at 5th. Both countries are global leaders in innovation and entrepreneurship, which is the focus of the education programs of both BSL in Switzerland and BSN in The Netherlands. This alliance will combine the best of Europe in this new Global Executive DBA. By bringing together the field of expertise from the European team of DBA mentors, the BSL-BSN Global Executive DBA will provide a prestigious business education to executives looking to solve complex issues and increase the learning capacities of their organisations.
BSN and BSL both are firm believers in experiential learning and aim to help executive leaders bring real changes to the world rather than stop at the level of theoretical research. Transformation in industry and society will be the focal point of study topics for the Global Executive DBA students.
More information on the Global Executive DBA will be available shortly.
With the BSL- BSN Global Executive DBA degree, leaders of tomorrow will stand out from the crowd. The experiential approach of Action Learning in the DBA will further enrich them and will allow them to make a real impact. They will also be able to bring much-desired transformation in their sectors and societies.
A DBA research and dissertation is an incredible experience that enables you to establish a bridge between two worlds: the world of business and the world of academic research.