MBA International Management Part-Time
“A career in internationally operating companies requires managers from engineering professions also to have knowledge of business methods. The MBA course at ESB Business School prepares people for management responsibilities in a globalised world.”
Prof. Dr. Stephan Seiter, Programme Director MBA International Management Part-Time
Why study MBA International Management Part-Time?
…because as a (junior) manager you will obtain the right qualifications for a management responsibility:
Particularly if you are an engineer, natural scientist, physician, lawyer, social scientist or humanist you acquire sound and broad knowledge and skills in General Management and Marketing.
... because the degree programme can be perfectly combined with professional life:
The attendance phases are scheduled at weekends. Since the classes are in block modules you can work on successive subject areas in a focused manner that is time-manageable.
… because you are prepared for a globalised working environment:
Internationally focused teaching content and an integrated module abroad expand your international and intercultural skills
- Length of course
- 3 years
- Place of study
- Beginning of course
- Summer and winter semester (March/September)
- Application deadline
- Wintersemester: 15. Juni
Sommersemester: 01. Dezember
- Language of instruction
- German and English (70/30)
- Foreign languages
- 90 ECTS
- Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Tuition fees: 9,500€ (paid in six instalments)
Plus semester fee: 146.60 € (Students Union contribution and administration costs contribution)
plus costs for the module abroad as required
- Admission requirements
- General or subject-related university entrance qualification
at least 2 years professional experience, including at least 1 year after completing first degree
very good German and English language skills
- Available places
- 25 per semester
This degree programme deals with questions such as...
- What tasks does a manager expect in general management and marketing?
- What elements are important for integrated management?
- How do I control international business processes?
Perspectives: Careers & opportunities
Graduates of the MBA International Management (part-time) programme acquire comprehensive management skills; they are familiar with the entire economic spectrum from marketing to financing, from corporate strategies to process optimisation. They demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and skills. They look far into the future and are highly sensitive to different business cultures and international partners.
The MBA degree programme provides qualifications for responsibility in General Management that can be applied in all industries.
Typical corporate divisions
- Marketing and sales abroad
- Project management at home and abroad
- Market research, key-account management
- Company management
- Self-employed activity
Rankings & accreditations
ESB Business School has been system accredited by the FIBAA: within the accreditation process the internal quality assurance system of ESB Business School was audited and awarded the quality seal of the accreditation council. All degree programmes of ESB Business School pass through this rigorous internal quality assurance system and in this way achieve accreditation.