Kühne Logistics University

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Kühne Logistics University (KLU) is a private business school and university based in Hamburg, Germany. Established in 2010 by German entrepreneur and billionaire Klaus-Michael Kühne (shareholder of Kühne and Nagel, Hapag-Lloyd, and Lufthansa),[1] KLU promotes general management, operations, and supply chain management.[2] Current president is Andreas Kaplan.[3] KLU spans the entire gamut of university education and executive education, from bachelor's and master's degrees, an MBA, to a structured PhD program. The university is mainly financed by tuition fees and the Kühne Foundation.

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  1. "Klaus-Michael Kuehne".
  2. "Business Schools Post-Covid-19: A Blueprint for Survival, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023".
  3. "Andreas Kaplan new President of Kühne Logistics University".

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