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GISMA Business School is committed to providing supplementary business education with a unique blend of theory and practice, thus effectively filling the gap between conventional university studies and the shifting requirements of today’s global marketplace.

  • GISMA serves the learning needs of individuals aspiring to take on major managerial responsibility with businesses of international reach and scope.
  • GISMA stands for cross-cultural inspiration, a principle lived daily by our teachers, students and corporate participants from around the world.
  • GISMA strives to provide a superlative learning environment for the achievement of objectives.

Our educational portfolio aims at providing supplemental management training as a complement to first-degree studies and job experience. Our professors are highly devoted individuals who are always glad to engage in mindsharing sessions outside of actual seminars.

One of our major objectives is providing students with plenty of hands-on experience. Outings to actual companies, case studies and a high percentage of student involvement in consulting projects are some of the ways in which GISMA ensures that students get the inside track and are well prepared for real-world business.


All courses at GISMA are taught in English, as the world’s foremost language for business and global communication. Our alumni come from as many as 40 different nations and are taught by professors of diverse cultural backgrounds.


Packed full of culture, entertainment and opportunities, Hannover is the ideal setting for a short executive programme.

Hannover: North Germany’s Industrial Hub

Hannover is home to the iconic Volkswagen Commercial Vehicles factory, as well as Continental AG, founded in Hannover is 1871. Sennheiser has also chosen to locate here, as well as numerous insurance companies, including Hannover Re.

The Hannover Messe (Hannover International Trade Fair) is the world’s largest industrial trade fair, with over 6,500 exhibitors and 250,000 corporate visitors. The fair covers all areas of industrial technology, including industrial automation, energy, mobile, factory & industry supply, green technology and research technology.

The CeBIT is the aligning ‘computer expo’ in Hannover, also the largest of its kind in the world. The fair is considered a trailblazer in the state of the art in information technology.