Programmes for educational institutions

Since its foundation in 1989, DMAN has cooperated closely with a number of educational institutions, such as universities, business schools and seminar providers.

We cooperate with these institutions at two levels:

  • We organize and implement qualification programmes for the students, teachers or managers of our partner institutions.
  • And we support our partners by carrying out programmes that are part of qualification projects for their clients.

Programmes for students

These programmes can be part of international study courses, or they can complement the regular study courses which the educational institution offers.

Here are some examples:

  • MBA practice seminars are organized for MBA students with some years of work experience. As a complement to the MBA programme, these seminars give students insights into management and business practices in German and international companies.
  • Seminars for advanced students and Executive MBA students are designed in function of the participants’ requirements. These seminars are often organized as workshops with case studies.
  • Delegation of DMAN experts to the cooperating university allows our partners to offer additional workshops or seminars on certain topics (agreed individually) that are not part of their standard curriculum.

Qualification for teachers and managers

Teachers and managers of educational institutions

We offer specialized courses for teachers and managers of educational institutions. These programmes deal with education-specific topics (like, for instance,  methodologies, quality development, education marketing), or with topics from the areas of economics, public administration or management, such as innovation management.

Joint programmes

Seminar participants

We assist educational institutions with the design and execution of their qualification programmes. On request, we would, for example, design and carry out a seminar which our partners offer their corporate clients as part of a qualification project.

Depending on the case – and always in close coordination with the contracting partner – we take over individual measures, defined subprojects or complete projects.

These programmes can target corporate clients or public administrations. They sometimes result from a public tender procedure, in which we participated together with our partner institution.

The contents and the format of all measures which we carry out are agreed individually with the contracting partner. In many instances, these programmes have a similar structure as our