Germany's Hochschule Furtwangen (HFU) has announced that it has relaunched its full-time MBA program.

New curricular additions to the program include topics in Sustainable Management and Entrepreneurship. Additionally, core modules that cover Economics, Finance, Marketing and Operation & Supply Chain Management have been re-structured to "meet the changing needs of business today," according to an HFU statement.

The course is typically completed in 18 months.

For more information, please see the HFU MBA course webpage, or attend one of HFU's upcoming MBA info sessions.

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