ESMT to Offer Master's in Management Program

22-month MiM to launch September 2014

Germany's ESMT European School of Management and Technology will launch a Master's in Management program in September 2014.

The new MiM program will be 22 months long, including up to 12 months of in-company and project experience, according to an ESMT press release. The project experience includes a social impact project with an NGO, nonprofit or social venture, as well as an internship of up to six months. "Companies that have already committed to the internship program include Allianz, Axel Springer, Bosch, Deutsche Post, E.ON, McKinsey, and Siemens," according to the ESMT press release.

The curriculum includes a mix of core business management courses like "Business Economics" and "Accounting & Financial Management," as well as a specialization in one of three functional areas: "Marketing Analyst," "Supply Chain Manager," or "Innovation Consultant." 

Additionally, international students will be required to learn German during the MiM program.

The program will be aimed at students with ideally "no more than 12 months of postgraduate work experience," according to the program information webpage.

For more information, please see the ESMT press release announcing the launch of the Master's in Management program, or see ESMT's full profile at FIND MBA.

You can also read our recent article about how Master's in Management programs differ from an MBA.

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