The Master of Management programme explicitly welcomes different groups: graduates from both economic and non-economic subject areas can enroll. Some students will first have to pass a preparatory or bridging programme that is tailored to their specific background.
The Master of Management programme should enable students to assume high-potential middle management functions, especially in the context of dynamic international markets.
Participating students come from different countries around the world. Therefore, all courses are taught in English.
Students who want to combine their studies with a professional career will have difficulties in following the programme. All classes take place during working hours, we do not have evening classes. Therefore it will be quite difficult to combine a full-time job and this international master programme.
For some students it will be possible to study under the label of "working student" and an individually tailored programme can be discussed.
More info on working students and the application form.