Production Excellence Lead EAME
The Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich (ETH Zurich) was founded by the Swiss government in 1854. Today the ETH Zurich comprises almost 100 institutes and laboratories, more than 350 professorships and about 850 lecturers. More than 8,000 faculty and staff members work in teaching, research and administration, and 14,000 students are registered. Each year about 2,400 students and 800 doctoral candidates receive their degree from the ETH Zurich.
In its mission statement, the ETH Zurich commits itself
The ETH Zurich is associated with 21 Nobel laureates who, at the time of receiving their awards, were engaged as professors at the ETH Zurich or prior to that had studied or researched there. This is one reason why the ETH is recognized as one of the world's top universities.
The Department of Management, Technology, and Economics (D-MTEC), an academic department of the ETH Zurich, offers our unique Executive MBA program, designed to confer leading-edge knowledge and skills for mastering business operations in the global economy.
The D-MTEC is a member of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
University Rankings: please see the latest rankings for the ETH Zurich.
Partner Universities of our Executive MBA program (status as of 2012):
We work closely with the professors/lecturers from our partner universities during our study trips.
Please see the list of our faculty here.