Applications now open for new 13-month program in Frankfurt, Germany

The Goethe Business School at Frankfurt University (Germany) is now accepting applications for the first intake of its Goethe Full-Time MBA program, which will begin in September 2009. The 13-month course will be offered in English, and includes some coursework in China.

Goethe Business School already offers an Executive MBA together with Duke University.

Round 1 applications for the Goethe Full-Time MBA are due on January 15, 2009. The Round 2 deadline is April 15, 2009.

For more information, please visit the Goethe Business School website.

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