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You are graduating soon and would like to work for the SAP SE company?
Join our recruting event on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 at 2 pm in classrom 2!
Our alumni Mario Steinberg will introduce you to SAP requirements and job opportunities.
Do not forget your resume!
B.S. in International Business
B.A. in International Relations and Diplomacy
B.S. in International Economics
Master in Business Administration (MBA)
MBA in International Business
MBA in Information Technology
Master in International Relations and Diplomacy
Master in International Management
You can find more information including list of courses and short description regarding each program under tab PROGRAMS at the top of this page
At Schiller, we always seek to ensure that our **International Relations and Diplomacy** program combines the academic depth of a graduate school with the practical policy focus of a professional school. To that end, we continuously look for faculty with both academic and practical experience in their disciplines. Accordingly, we are proud to welcome **Ambassador Zlatko Bars-Dimitroff**. A doctor of law, Ambassador Dimitroff has held multiple high-level positions in the governmental and intergovernmental sector. Taking a month’s leave to join us again at Schiller from his position as **head of a United Nations Field Office** in the Central African Republic, Dr. Dimitroff will conduct a **course on Conflict and Peace Strategies** as well as deliver open lectures on the topic for the wider community. This is the third time that Ambassador Dimtroff teaches at Schiller and an exciting opportunity for our students to learn first hand from a seasoned professional actively working in the discipline he teaches.
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