... that you will get to know people from all over the world sharing one classroom with you: 84% of our graduates 2013 were coming from abroad and 16% from Germany. Despite the diversity of our study groups, there is one thing that unites them all and this is the motivation to give their career a different direction. And this is what our graduates 2013 achieved in terms of career change/transition: 50% changed position and industry, 27 % changed position in the same industry and 4% changed position within the same company. So all in all 81% of our graduates successfully achieved a career change.
What most of our international candidates intrigues about studying for an MBA in Germany and in Berlin is the opportunity to work for a company in Germany after graduation. Of our international graduates 2013 59% achieved this goal. And here are some examples of career change/career transitions:
One of our graduates from Spain who was working as a research analyst is now working as a Regional Manager for a start-up company in Berlin. A project engineer from Greece is now working as a consultant for a company in the renewable energy area in Berlin. A journalist and researcher from the US joined a start-up company in Berlin as Communications & Marketing Manager. An IT Analyst from Russia became Head of Office IT in Berlin. A Business Development Manager from Norway moved the career ladder up and is now Director of Business Development in Frankfurt a.M.
AMBA accredited MBA programme
The MBA provision of the IMB has been granted accreditation by the internationally renowned Association of MBAs (AMBA). The IMB is only the fourth institution in Germany to achieve this "International Crown". The international accreditation ensures the high quality and relevance of the postgraduate General Management studies at the IMB Institute of Management Berlin.
»The MBA teaching delivery and programme content is characterised by an excellent balance of practitioner and academic input, which was roundly appreciated by the student body and viewed as a strong feature of the IMB.« – AMBA Report Feb. 2013
MBA in Change Management
As part of the international General Management programme, the part-time Berlin MBA in Change Management offers you the management and leadership skills needed to engage with the specific features of organisations in change in a complex environment. As a graduate of this programme, you will have acquired the specific competences required for higher management or consultancy tasks in organisations in change.
A particular emphasis is placed on developing your personal, communicative and social competences. The Leadership Skills seminars, such as Leading Teams, Negotiations or Competence Development (Kode®), on the MBA in Change Management support your development as a manager with strong leadership qualities.
The lectures and seminars are held in English and German.
MBA Admission Requirements: A university degree At least three years work experience A very good standard of EnglishMBA Bursary Requirements: Career/study achievement Social/commitment Financial need
Value of Scholarship(s)
To promote tomorrow’s women executives, the Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) is offering four partial bursaries every year each worth € 5,000 for a study place in the Berlin MBA programme of the IMB Institute of Management Berlin.
Please send an online completed application form together with your application for a MBA programme at the IMB until the 31st of July 2016 at the latest (foreclosure).
- completed undergraduate degree in any subject- a minimum of three years of relevant work experience- very good knowledge of English (minimum scores - TOEFL: cbt 213 points or ibt 79 points; IELTS: 6.5 points)- international students have to provide additional proof of proficiency in German (e. g. DSH exam)
Recipient: Berlin School of Economics and Law
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