WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management and Bucerius Law School in Hamburg have concluded an academic partnership agreement which will build upon and deepen their previous cooperation.
WHU – Otto Beisheim School and Bucerius Law School have been working closely together since 2006. Initially (until 2014) in the MLB program, and since 2011 in the Certificate of Business Administration offered to bachelor students of Bucerius and the Diploma in Business Law offered to students at WHU.
The business adminstration expertise of WHU will enable Bucerius Law School to strengthen the business management curriculum in its "Bucerius Master of Law and Business Program" (LL.M/MLB Program) further enhancing the interdisciplinary and practice oriented training in the MLB Program at the interface of law and business.
The cooperation between the two universities will also be reflected in the new name of the master's program which will, as of September 2020, operate under the name "Bucerius Law School Master of Law and Business in co-operation with WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management".
Further particulars of the agreement include:
Professor Dr. Dr. h.c. mult. Katharina Boele-Woelki, President of the Bucerius Law School, sees the new co-operation as “a mutual, institutionalized enrichment of interdisciplinary teaching and research at both universities. Through this academic partnership between two renowned teaching and research institutions in their respective fields, we will create new perspectives for our students and our researchers in the field of education and research."
Professor Dr. Markus Rudolf, dean of WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management: "Our longstanding partnership with the Bucerius Law School is not just an alliance of two strong academic fields – business and law – which undoubtedly belong together. It is also proof of the strength and the necessity of excellent private higher education in Germany. WHU and Bucerius Law School are among the best universities in Europe and together we make a valuable contribution to the educational landscape in the 21st century."