The University of Adelaide
Adelaide is a multicultural City
in a Mediterranean climate between sea and desert. The city and its people combine bustle with tranquillity, business with culture, the joy of success with the pleasure of enjoyment, not least of all of the wine that grows on the gentle hills surrounding it. The University of Adelaide on the green edge of the city of millions was founded less than 40 years after Adelaide in 1874. It belongs to the particularly prestigious "Group of Eight" of Australia's elite universities. International rankings place them among the 100 best universities in the world. It has produced five Nobel Prize winners.
Modern Management Education
has a long tradition at the University of Adelaide. That is why Adelaide was chosen in 1963 as the location for one of the continent's best Business Schools. Since then, the University of Adelaide Business School has been a sought-after provider of numerous and differentiated graduate and executive programs. Its scholars combine research strength with practical relevance.
For the Participants
of the Executive MBA program at GSB Mainz, the Business School has put together a teaching program entitled "Management between Continents and Cultures". This program focuses on the specifics of the Australian economy and the economic circumstances, relationships and developments in the Asia-Pacific region.