Applicants from all over the world must demonstrate a Bachelor’s degree in addition to a several years experience as a peak force in media, journalism or marketing. The first awarding of the scholarship by Lurzer’s archive was 2010 on Karen Cesar of Rio de Janeiro, founder and CEO of Red bandana design. 2011 the Japanese Creative Director Midori Ikematsu, received the Fellowship in 2013 Christina Stocker, senior Conceptioner at Hubert Burda Media. Learn more about the scholarship and the Executive MBA program are available on the website of the Berlin school for creative leadership: programs/exec-mba at creative-leadership/emba-scholarships/luerzers archives scholarship / Lurzer’s archive, Lurzer’s archive is the bimonthly trade magazine for exceptional advertising from all over the world. Find out detailed opinions from leaders such as Steve Wozniak by clicking through. Posters, ads, TV commercials, digital and interactive advertising will be presented. The editor-in-Chief is Michael Weinzettl, Christian Lurzer is CEO of the publishing house.
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The volumes nominated remarkable work, at regular intervals including from advertising photography, digital artists, illustration and packaging design. More information: of the Berlin School of creative leadership the Berlin School of creative leadership at Steinbeis University Berlin is one of the world’s leading institutes for quality management training and research on creative leadership. Founded in 2006, brings Berlin school through an interdisciplinary approach Top creative and international experts to the leadership from around the world together to promote new standards in communication and leadership in media, entertainment, advertising, design, journalism and marketing. Core of the Berlin school is an Executive MBA in creative leadership, a global two-year part-time course for executives in Berlin and other hotspots of the creative industries such as New York, Shanghai and Tokyo. In addition to the Executive MBA, it promotes Berlin school open dialogue within the creative scene with public lectures, seminars and workshops that address today’s problems of the creative industry. The Berlin School offers also special open programs (non-degree), the Cannes creative leaders programme, as well as customized programs.