ESMT Berlin Redesigns MBA Program

Program has been extended by two months; specialization options added

Germany's ESMT Berlin has redesigned its full-time MBA program for the upcoming intake in January 2020.

The MBA has been extended by two months. Students starting in January will graduate the following February. According to the school, this timing will help better facilitate "the transition into the job market and better suited to recruitment patterns in Germany."

Almost 90 percent of ESMT's MBA graduates who came from abroad stay in Germany after graduation, according to the school.

ESMT's updated MBA now includes the opportunity for students to pursue one of several specialization tracks, including Managerial Analytics, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, and Strategic Leadership.

Students may also opt to pursue an optional pre- and post-MBA program where they can either take an intensive language course, do an internship, or participate in a coding boot camp. During this period, they can also choose to pursue a six-month fellowship in a developing country, or set up their own startup through an incubator.

For more information, please see ESMT Berlin's MBA program page.

You can also read more about the school at ESMT Berlin's Full Profile on FIND MBA.

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