Mannheim Business School Launches Analytics Master's Program

New program offered in partnership with the Israel-based IDC Herzliya

Mannheim Business School has partnered with Israeli school IDC Herzliya to launch a new Master in Management Analytics program.

The new program is one year long and will launch in November 2021. In the new program, students will spend half the time in Germany, and the other half in Israel, drawing on the advantages of both institutions and locations (in Mannheim, and outside of Tel Aviv).

The program's curriculum covers four main topic areas: analysis, business, technology, and personal and career development. Specific courses on offer as part of the Master in Management Analytics program include "Decision-Making Under Uncertainty" and "Data Science for Business;" other courses will cover topics such as machine learning, UX design, financial analytics, and more.

The Master in Management Analytics program will also include a master project, where students will get hands-on experience in a real company.

Admissions for the new program are now open. For more information, please see the Master in Management Analytics program webpage.

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