Monarch Business School is happy to announce the integration of Office 365 Online within the Monarch Digital Campus. This provides all students and faculty access to the MS Office suite along with important communication platforms such as Teams and Sharepoint. In particular, students will enjoy the ability to download 5 copies of MSOffice on to computers of their own along with a 1TB online OneDrive and a 50 GB Outlook account. Monarch believes that Office 365 online will further help develop the digital provisioning of our courses and programs maintaining a high level of quality for the future. We look forward to further integration of the teaching faculty and students within the digital campus of Monarch.
Recently with the advent of Covid-19 and additional stresses placed on many traditional institutions the role of standardized admission testing has come under increased scrutiny. A recent publication entitled “For the first time, major counseling group says it’s time to reconsider standardized testing in college admissions” reiterates the opinion of many that standardized admission testing is not reflective of the abilities of candidates to be a success within a university program. Since its inception this has been the view and understanding of Monarch Business School.
Monarch on TED highlights the great work of Monarch students or professors who appear on the TED Talk series. Monarch is proud of the efforts of these contributors. We look forward to more TED appearances.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce that Doctor of Literature Candidate and expert on China Trade, Richard van Ostende, has been appointed as a Visiting Professor at Nanjing Normal University in China.
Monarch Business School believes that business skills and the research carried out by business students and faculty can be a factor for positive change. At its core, this is the understanding that businesses can serve society for the greater good. From a business school perspective this means a critical re-evaluation of the role of business […]
Monarch Business School Switzerland is proud to announce our latest Doctoral candidates. The candidates reflect our commitment to diversity and opportunity and we are happy to welcome each one to the Monarch family. Candidates are joining the program from: South Africa, Canada, Australia, USA, Ireland and Uganda. We wish them all the very best in their studies and hope that the academic journey at Monarch is both challenging and rewarding. – Sola Virtus Nobilitat –
It is with great pleasure that Monarch Business School Switzerland announces that Dr. Ashley Robinson has graduated the PhD program with great distinction. The announcement was recently made at the October convocation at the Rapperswil castle on Lake Zurich in Switzerland. Dr. Robinson’s dissertation focused on the relationship between global corporate culture and negotiation practices within the reinsurance industry. As a native Bermudian citizen working in the reinsurance industry the research topic is dear to her heart.
Monarch Business School is happy to announce the introduction of the Dual PhD / DBA Program. The Dual Professional PhD / Doctor of Business Administration program represents an unique approach to management scholarship. It is specifically formulated to address the requirement of achieving the highest level of integration between the theoretical aspects of a PhD program and the applied nature of the DBA program. The program is meant for top consultants, practicing managers or academics who wish to ensure a well-rounded and holistic understanding of the nexus of management theory and practice. As an integrated program emphasis is placed on the ability of the Candidate to merge and synthesize theory with real world application to push the scholarship in both an academic and applied focus.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is excited to announce that Mr. Paul Stewart has joined the faculty as academic coach. Paul’s role will be to assist students in completing their academic goals and to become the very best they can be at Monarch.
Monarch Business School Switzerland is happy to announce that 3rd year Doctoral Candidate Gerard Bruijl has assumed a lectureship position at NMIT in New Zealand within their Master of Applied Management program. Within the NMIT program Prof. Bruijl, MBA, B.Comm. will be teaching “Critical Issues in Management “and “International Strategic Management” courses within semesters 1, 3 and 5 of the program. Prof. Bruijl will be building upon his knowledge gained within the Doctor of Applied Management program at Monarch. Prof. Bruijl helps to demonstrate the value of the Monarch doctoral program in preparing professors for eventual teaching positions. The Faculty, Administrators and fellow candidates wish him the very best in his role as academic professor.