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GS celebrating 10 years

 

The Graduate School invites you to join us as we celebrate our 10th anniversary on October 27th.

We will welcome back alumni from all of our Graduate School (GS) programs throughout the years including GS’ predecessor the Graduate Business School, founded 20 years ago!

A central GS pillar has always been to prepare students for increasingly international career paths. With that in mind we begin our afternoon together by emphasising one of the more recent changes to the labour market - the increasing importance of firms from emerging markets such as China and India as employers in Sweden. We have therefore invited Professor Claes Alvstam, one of the founding fathers of GS and Karin Broman, Vice President, Chief Legal and IP Counsel of China Euro Vehicle Technology AB (CEVT). CEVT is a fast expanding development centre for the Geely group, currently employing more than 2,000 personnel in Gothenburg.

After coffee, there will be an opportunity to meet up with old class mates and other alumni from within the various programs. Current and previous faculty from the various programs then invite you to join in a discussion on recent innovations within each other’s areas of expertise.
We close the afternoon’s celebrations with a mingle and the chance for all of us to meet up together.

Welcome!

Program:
13.00-15.00 A new era of internationalisation (and its consequences for the labour market)
15.00-15.30 Coffee
15.30-17.00 Meet your programs
17.00-ca. 18.00 Mingle

Date: Friday October 27
Place: School of Business, Economics and Law; Vasagatan 1 – we start the day in the Malmsten hall
Registration: October 6th final opportunity, please register your attendance in good time here.

 

Page Manager: Graduate School|Last update: 9/7/2017
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