MBA in International Management
Living the international approach
The MBA in International Management focuses on leadership responsibilities and consulting activities in international businesses and organisations. The programme systematically examines all corporate areas – from market and financial aspects to organisational challenges as well as steering businesses in international markets.
Through the close cooperation with our international partner universities, students on this programme can not only enrich their intercultural experience on visits abroad, but also take modules in specialised areas there. This international approach is equally evident in the content of the lectures and seminars and all modules are taught in English.
Students on the MBA in International Management have already gathered significant experience in a variety of positions and areas. Thanks to their diverse academic backgrounds, they can draw on a spectrum of knowledge to offer valuable new approaches and insights into ways of work and corporate practices. With living cases as an integral part of the MBA in International Management, students can acquire substantial international and intercultural management expertise and further develop their leadership skills.
The Advisory Board of the MBA in International Management includes high-ranking representatives of companies active internationally in various sectors such as, for example, the automobile industry, aviation and consulting. This network of partners directly engaged in industry supports a regular exchange of knowledge and experience on academic requirements and the current challenges in management practice. In addition, our students and graduates can profit from this network in expanding and developing their career perspectives.
Coping with a Complex Environment
Managing Core Processes
Managing Human Resources
Accounting and Managing Value
Managing Financial Resources
Developing Your Leadership Personality
Specialization Module I
Specialization Module II (Study Visit)
Specialization Elective Module I
Specialization Elective Module II, e.g.