Monday, April 23, 2007

The European MBA

The European MBA Program: Grooming New Leaders

  • The leading business school in Germany
  • Intensive business knowledge in only 12 months
  • Best price-performance ratio
  • Program completely in English
  • Study at four top European business schools
  • International class and European business perspectives

The European MBA program at Mannheim Business School attracts students headed for top management positions in a variety of fields. Our central focus is to help our students develop the leadership skills they need to reach their goals. By concentrating on individual professional development in an international and cross-cultural setting, we support our students as they become the most dynamic and inspiring executives they can be.

  • Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Economiques et Commerciales (ESSEC) at Cergy Pontoise near Paris, France
  • Warwick Business School, Warwick, United Kingdom
  • Copenhagen Business School, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Escuela de Alta Dirección y Administración, Spain

Together we have created a program that distinguishes itself among other MBA offerings because of our focus on individual professional development in an international setting. As our various accreditations show, the European MBA program provides valuable academic experience, offers real-world work opportunities, gives students a European view on global business and has proven to be an excellent stepping stone for future managers and executives from around the world.

In addition, Mannheim Business School is built on the solid foundation of our home institution – the University of Mannheim. The Business faculty is considered the best in Germany, and each professor works closely with high-ranking business practitioners.

The Business School faculty (both graduate and undergraduate) includes 24 professors, more than 100 academic staff and more than 3,500 students. The academics have published in prestigious journals such as "Management Science," "Administrative Science Quarterly" the "Journal of Finance" and the "Journal of Marketing." Founded in 1907, most of the University is housed in the largest Baroque castle in Europe, offering a grand setting for studying European business.