Master in Business Administration (MBA)
The global economy is in constant flux, offering you numerous career opportunities. You would like to develop further, improve your spectrum of opportunities and are ready to take the next step in your career?
At a glance
- Degree: Master in Business Administration (MBA)
- Double Degree: possible
plus one additional semester
- Focus: MBA: Management // MBA plus: Management, Finance, Automotive Management, Real Estate or semester abroad
- Start: Fall and Spring Term
- Study duration:
· MBA: 16 months
· MBA plus: 20 months
- Achievable ECTS:
· MBA: 90 credits
· MBA plus: 120 credits
· MBA: 23,500 Euro
· MBA plus: 33,500 Euro
- Language: English
- English language studies
- Dual degree option
- Possibility of professional specialisation
- Intensive language training
- Individual Coaching
- Outstanding corporate network
Top 2018 // Eduniversal Best Masters Ranking - MBA full time
No. 2 in Germany and No. 22 in Western Europe
WirtschaftsWoche University Ranking 2018
No. 7 Business Administration in Germany
CHE University Ranking 2017 // Business Bachelor Universities in Germany
Top Tier In all categories
QS Top 250 Business Schools 2017
Superior Research & Employability Top Business Schools Global
Financial Times // European Business School Ranking 2016
No. 54 Business Schools in Europe
- Hold a Bachelor´s degree or equivalent with a minimum of 180 ECTs credits
- At least 3 years’ working experience
- TOEFL, IELTS or equivalent
- Valid GMAT, GRE with good results in the quantitative area or participation in our internal EBSgrad test
Study in line with your plans: Decide on the curriculum that best fits your professional and academic career path and objectives.
- MBA - 16 months for fast career advancement
- MBA plus - 20 months with specialisation for expert knowledge or study abroad for intercultural competences
Gain a foothold in the German job market: intensive language learning and the opportunity to become thoroughly acquainted with German culture and working methods during your study programme - the MBAplus introduces you to new career perspectives in Germany.
Refine your profile for the job market: by selecting certain modules you will become a spcialist in your chosen field and attain specialisation in Management, Automotive Management, Finance or Real Estate.
You study at one of the top business schools worldwide: According to the QS TopMBA Ranking, the EBS ranked 2nd of the top business schools in Germany in 2014 and is under the top 3 European business schools in U-Multirank.
You gain access to an extensive business network: during your studies you already profit from our network of highly attractive corporate partners. We establish contact with companies such as Accenture, Siemens, BMW, Bosch Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, L’Oréal, Audi, P&G, PWC and others. Additionally, you gain access to the EBS Alumni network with approximately 3,400 members in more than 30 countries.
You acquire practical know-how with real added value: during your studies you can directly apply the knowledge you have gained in case studies and specific real-life projects - either individually or in small groups. Thus, you deepen your understanding of complexity in organisations and learn to assess the far-reaching impact of your decisions from various perspectives.
Benefit from personal supervision and an inspiring environment: at the EBS Universität we guarantee close personal supervision, direct exchange with professors and lecturers, as well as intensive support in planning your personal career. Events with outstanding guest speakers from business and politics provide inspiration for your own career.
As graduate of the EBS you will draw profit from an above-average starting salary: You benefit from an EBS study programme from the very day you graduate. The average starting salary of our MBA graduates is 83,000 euros. (Employment Report 2016).
With our study programme, you are a very attractive proposition in the job market: 81% of our graduates receive their first job offer during their studies or at the latest 3 months after graduation (Employment Report 2016).