WHU Refreshes MBA Programs

Students can now complete the full-time MBA in 12 months.

Germany's WHU has announced several changes to its MBA programs. Both the full- and part-time MBA programs are now shortened, and full-time students now have the option to enroll in either the spring or the fall.

The school's full-time MBA program can now be completed in 12 months, rather than the 15 months it had taken previously. Likewise, the part-time version of the MBA can now be completed in 18 months.

Additionally, the school has also added a fall intake for its full-time MBA. Students can now choose to start on either March 1 or September 1. According to the school, the new fall intake will make it easier for international students to apply to the program. “Most international offers are based on a course of study that begins September 1. Our additional start date makes it easier, particularly for international prospective students, to apply to WHU," says Daisuke Motoki, the director of the MBA Program.

Applications to enroll in the MBA this September are being accepted until June 30.

For more information, please see WHU's MBA program webpage.


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Comments

Duncan    |    Apr 25, 2016 12:52
Very smart move.
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Thesouthpa...    |    Apr 26, 2016 18:12
Indeed. I just wonder wouldn't it be late for non EU students to get a visa on time. I'm quite surprised by this sudden announcement.
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