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Masters In Business Program For Creatives – The Berlin School

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We know you’re creative. But are you a leader? A new graduate school program from the Berlin School of Creative Leadership offers a masters in business administration (MBA) degree that is specifically geared towards people who want to make a living in creative industries.

The below is a notice about the program, announcing the “Godfather” of the program. If you’re thinking seriously about a career in the creative industries, it might make a lot of sense to check out this program. Through the Berlin School of Creative Leadership, you can earn this MBA degree attending school part-time, in Berlin, or at other campus locations, such as Chicago, New York, London, Shanghai and Tokyo.


If you’re ready to take your creative leadership to the next level — to transform yourself & your company — apply for the next Berlin School Executive MBA program by July 15.

We are excited to announce that Sir John Hegarty, Chairman & Worldwide Creative Director of BartleBogleHegarty, will serve as “Godfather” of the next Berlin School Executive MBA class starting September 5th 2010 in Berlin.

Sir John will attend select EMBA module sessions over the coming year and mentor participants eager to learn from the man who helped build his London-based company into one of the world’s leading creative agencies, with nearly 1.000 employees and offices in 6 countries.

“Having been involved with the Berlin School since its creation, I am looking forward to becoming even more directly involved with the EMBA program as a class mentor. I hope to learn as much from the participants as they will learn from me,” says Hegarty, who has appeared often as a speaker at the Berlin School, holding master classes with three different EMBA cohorts.

“Coming from a creative background myself, it quickly became clear to me once I entered the industry that having a better understanding of business and leadership skills brings tremendous value to creative companies as well as their clients,” says Hegarty.

Hegarty joins other previous “Godfathers” before him who have donated their time and energy, such as Berlin School President Michael Conrad (Leo Burnett Worldwide), as well as John Gough (Distraction Formats), Keith Reinhard (DDB Worldwide), and Seymour Stein (Sire Records).

Find out what our alumni have to say about the EMBA’s life-changing impact in this here (video).

Learn more about our unique Executive MBA program in Creative Leadership here.



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