Managers from Siemens take a lesson in Language from BBS

Issue date: 22 March 2006

Margaret Greenwood with delegates Bristol Business School (BBS), part of the University of the West of England, this week plays host to a delegation of managers from Siemens in Germany, as part of an executive partnership between the electrical engineering and electronics global giant and the city's highly regarded business school.

The delegation join BBS for a week of high level management seminars, aimed at improving their business English by participating in challenging classes alongside BBS' Masters of Business Administration (MBA) cohort, as well as attending a number of specially tailored seminars put together by the business school.

Director of Executive Programmes at BBS, Margaret Greenwood, said: “We are delighted to have Siemens' managers with us at Bristol Business School. The interaction between the visitors and students will provide an invaluable knowledge transfer opportunity for both parties, both culturally and from a business view point.”

The Siemens programme is the latest in a number of high profile partnerships with major organisations for whom BBS acts as a bespoke training resource, creating tailor made executive programmes in response to the specific needs of an individual organisation, or industry sector.


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