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The MBA General Management is a highly flexible MBA program that can be completed in either full-time or part-time format. While forming a core group with your fellow part-time MBA students, you will also enjoy joint classes with full-time MBA students. This provides you with the opportunity to study in an even more diverse environment, and enables you to expand your business and career network even further.
The MBA curriculum is based on three pillars: Expert Business Knowledge courses provide you with a strong foundation of expertise in core business and management areas. By selecting 2 out of 4 elective courses, you further deepen your knowledge in these particular fields. The MBS Flagship Course is comprised of a one-of-a-kind combination
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You should have successfully completed a first academic degree in any discipline with a German GPA of minimum 2.5 (US system: 3.0/4.0 or better); Minimum 2 years professional work experience; excellent English proficiency level (min. scores: TOEFL – 90, IELTS – 6.5, ELS – 112); GMAT (min. 600) or equivalent GRE score or Pre-MBA International Management.
Tuition Fee: 32,000 Euro
Application Fee: 60 Euro
Enrollment Fee EU/EFTA: 690 Euro
Enrollment Fee International Students: 1,490 Euro
After deciding to move into the social impact space, I knew I had to further my understanding of international business and multi cultural work. An MBA in International Management provided me with the necessary skills and credentials to do just that. Not only is MBS one of Germany’s most international schools, but their small class sizes create a more personal atmosphere, and studying with individuals from all over the world exposes you to a variety of different perspectives that challenge your current thinking. Equally important to me is that the program is internationally (FIBAA) accredited, so the degree will be relevant wherever I chose to work in the world.
Germany was like a second home to me as I spent almost 2 years for a business assignment back in 2010. So, I was already aware of German culture and environment, specifically Bavarian. There was always a disciplined atmosphere at my home back in India so it was relatively easy for me to merge with German culture. Secondly, I love food and getting used to German food and beer was a welcome change for me. Finally, when I checked the details of the MBA program at Munich Business School, I found it to be quite concrete and comprehensive. And since Munich is a home to many industry leading firms, it was indeed a good place to start my career after finishing my studies.
I chose to do an MBA in International Management because I wanted to explore how to manage an international company. When I started looking at different universities, I also came across MBS and finally decided to study there. Regarding the content of ‘The Munich MBA’, I liked the fact that it was not as short as other full-time programs. Especially for international students like me, it was helpful to spend one year in class and another few months doing an internship and writing the Master Thesis. And I love Germany! It is very interesting to live in a country where the economy is strong and growing. It gives you the opportunity to learn and take the knowledge back with you when returning to your home country.
Munich Business School is ranked as one amongst the top B schools in Germany. The curriculum is entirely in English which encourages students from across the globe to study here. The programs offered at MBS aim to provide practical insights via internship and Consulting projects. The school is situated in Munich which provides ample opportunities to grow and learn as well as realize your dreams.
After three years in my last job, I felt like it was time for the next step in my career. I always wanted to complete my MBA degree. I compared several schools and Munich Business School seemed to be really ahead of the competition. When I realized that MBS also offered a full-time MBA program, I thought: It’s now or never. It was the right time for me to complete an MBA as I was looking for a change in my job position.
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