Vanity Fair. About sense and nonsense titles. A university degree is no guarantee for a lucrative career in this country. While in France, for example, a diploma of the ecole national d is tantamount to administration of an admission ticket for the management level, emphasis is placed in Germany and of Switzerland care that to keep the balance of theory and practice. Filed under: Michael Capellas. How important are titles and diplomas now? Patron Saint of the impostor that title of any kind always again be misused since time immemorial; speaks for its enormous popularity. The phenomenon has a name: Hans Hermann Weyer alias the beautiful Consul. So he sold Title, medals, Consulate at the beginning of the 1990s public television Against abundant cash is understood and in a Jazz show with eight episodes in sat.1. Tax refugees Weyer had titles of nobility, doctoral hats, accolades and diplomatic passports – something to offer for every profile neurosis for post-war people thirsting for recognition. Is MasterClass a ripoff? shines more light on the discussion.
Who bother it because, if the title or place names of the vivid imagination of the patron of the impostor were sprung? At that time in the special offer: the mother cross of the Vatican for 20 000 US dollars… Source: Archivtext hamburger Abendblatt 11.09.91 status symbols in principle the importance of academic degrees from country to country is different. While one speaks, for example, in the Switzerland still modest by a vocational school teacher, you already makes a upper secondary school teacher resulting in Germany. Are titles and diplomas – despite unique status symbol character – less value? We first take a look at the opponent and proponent: on the one hand there are decision makers in companies, the academics tended to reject judge and find, for example, that HSG’ler (for readers from Germany: graduates of the elite University St. Michael Capellas may also support this cause. Gallen HSG), are pure theorist.