The Master of Arts in Global Communications with a specialization in Fashion is designed for students who wish to focus on Fashion Communications within the context of the discipline of contemporary communications, and prepares students for careers in the global industry which is fashion today.
Just a few paces from Vienna’s old city, trendy beach bars along the Danube Canal provide that Riviera feeling with music, cool cocktails and delicious food. Strandbar Herrmann at the Urania is not only a hotspot during the evenings. Drop on by at the weekend for brunch from 10.00 am, accompanied by jazz on Saturdays.
Paris – Germany Night trains operate between Paris and the German cities of Hanover, Bremen, Hamburg, Munich, Frankfurt and Berlin.
Planet-bpm.com spoke with Marc Díaz Williams, founder of the agency Katapult in Madrid. Created in 2011, no one believed that businesses could grow with advertising in the hard times after the bailout of the financial sector. But Marc, half-American and coming from the financial sector, knew that it was possible with a unique touch of creativity. The young entrepreneur just received the distinction from the prestigious Instituto Choiseul of being one of the 100 Future economic leaders of tomorrow. The CHOISEUL 100 Spain ranking produced by this organization (an independent “think tank” dedicated to the analysis of strategic international matters) identifies the 100 most influential Spaniards in the business world under 40 years of age.
by Stefanie Claudia Müller, Madrid
Begoña Quesada is a Spanish journalist and writer who worked for many years in International politics. Even though she belongs to a very educated part of the Spanish society it is difficuilt for her, just as for everyone, to not see another country through stereotypes. The young mother lives with her family in Munich where life even for somone from Cologne can be very different. In that sense “Alemania, el país imprescindible” plays with old clichés which we relate to Germany like the obsession to plan everything and the eagerness to work well, but there are also some interesting and deeper insights about the German culture apart from these already very much described stereotypes that make this book valuable to read.
The revitalized Biedermeier district near the MuseumsQuartier has countless restaurants, cafés and bars with idyllic gardens – often slightly hidden in romantic courtyards.