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MBA in Germany

An MBA in Germany can be a great way for international students to learn about the country and even transition to Europe. And since an increasing number of business schools are offering MBA programs in Germany, it's now easier than ever to study business in the country.

And if you do want to study business in Germany, you don't have to settle. MBA programs are offered by almost 90 business schools in the country. Of those, some 14 business schools in Germany offer MBAs that are accredited by AMBA, AACSB, or EQUIS.

What this means is that students can pursue their MBA degree in many different places across the country. Many choose Berlin, for its international environment and culture. However, other cities, like Frankfurt, the country's finance center, Munich, and Hamburg, are also good choices, among others. 

Many international students decide...

An MBA in Germany can be a great way for international students to learn about the country and even transition to Europe. And since an increasing number of business schools are offering MBA programs in Germany, it's now easier than ever to study business in the country.

And if you do want to study business in Germany, you don't have to settle. MBA programs are offered by almost 90 business schools in the country. Of those, some 14 business schools in Germany offer MBAs that are accredited by AMBA, AACSB, or EQUIS.

What this means is that students can pursue their MBA degree in many different places across the country. Many choose Berlin, for its international environment and culture. However, other cities, like Frankfurt, the country's finance center, Munich, and Hamburg, are also good choices, among others. 

Many international students decide to stay in Germany or in Europe more broadly after they finish their MBA. Jobs can be found in many parts of Germany's strong economy, including the financial sector, technology firms, and manufacturing.

See below for a list of all MBA programs in Germany.

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All MBA Programs in Germany

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Berlin, Germany 101 Followers 126 Discussions
ESMT Berlin The Global MBA Made in Germany. Join Germany’s most international business school. ESMT’s MBA programs offer a personalized approach to management education – where an MBA is not only about making profits, but also a personal development path that changes each student’s outlook. The school specializes in innovation, technology management, and sustainable business practices in a global market. Bloomberg Businessweek ranks the ESMT at MBA #15 globally for international MBA programs.

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Frankfurt am Main, Germany 77 Followers 44 Discussions
Frankfurt School Frankfurt School offers a suite of internationally accredited and ranked MBA and EMBA programmes catering to the needs of professionals at every level of management. Our programmes are offered both full and part-time and follow the participant-centered learning approach developed by Harvard Business School.

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Executive MBA: Executive MBA, MBA in International Healthcare Management more…

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Mannheim, Germany 62 Followers 183 Discussions

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Pforzheim, Germany 27 Followers 64 Discussions
HS Pforzheim If you are looking for an practice-oriented degree with an excellent reputation, then we are the right school for you! Our state of the art MBA program offers the academic and professional edge that will provide you with distinct competitive advantages for the business of tomorrow. International, generalist and profound classical management education is innovatively combined with the most relevant future topics such as Innovation Management, Business Dynamics, and Sustainable Globalization.

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Düsseldorf, Germany 60 Followers 155 Discussions
WHU The MBA program is an internationally oriented general management program that provides students from different industries and professions with the expertise to understand the interdisciplinary relationships of a company and to make sustainable strategic decisions using the latest management techniques. The MBA program can be completed in two different time structures: Full-Time in 12 months (Start: April and September) or Part-Time (weekend classes; Start: September) in 24 months.

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Leipzig, Germany 54 Followers 163 Discussions

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Part-Time: Part-time MBA Track Health Care Services, Part-Time MBA more…

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Berlin, Germany 22 Followers 61 Discussions

Full-Time: Berlin MBA (International Management), MBA in European Management, MBA in European-Asian Management, MBA in Transatlantic Management, MBA more…

Part-Time: MBA (International Management), MBA (Entrepreneurship), MBA (Change Management), MBA (Health Care Management), MBA more…

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Berlin, Germany 11 Followers 74 Discussions

Full-Time: MBA in International Management more…

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Munich, Germany 5 Followers 19 Discussions

Executive MBA: Executive MBA, Executive MBA in Business and IT, Executive MBA in Innovation and Business Creation more…

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Esslingen, Germany 29 Followers 37 Discussions
HS Esslingen The Esslingen MBA is geared towards engineers with management ambitions. Our university combines more than a century’s tradition in engineering education with a modern and highly successful Faculty of Business. The Esslingen MBA is fully accredited, taught in English and highly international. Classes are small and taught by lecturers from abroad and from the industry. Many of our alumni have successful management careers with international greats such as Bosch, Daimler, Festo and GE.

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Bremen, Germany 54 Followers 30 Discussions
IGC Bremen "The International Graduate Center (IGC) is an interdisciplinary Graduate School for Management and Leadership. Founded by the Hochschule Bremen, City University of Applied Sciences in 2004, the IGC offers six full-time MBA and Master’s programs and three part-time degree courses. To ensure the success of its students, the IGC is committed to creating a pleasant learning environment by providing team oriented lectures, a maximum class size of 25 students and a culturally diverse classroom."

Full-Time: MBA in Global Management, MBA in International Tourism Management, MBA in European / Asian Management, International MBA more…

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Dual Degree: M.A./M.Sc./MBA in International Logistics and Supply Chain Management, MBA / MBA in International Finance and Investments, MBA / M.Sc. in Hu... more…

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Cologne, Germany 3 Followers 0 Discussions
Cologne Executive School The Cologne-Rotterdam Executive MBA is designed for managers and has been developed by two esteemed institutions, the University of Cologne and the Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University. It’s a 24-month executive part-time MBA taught at the University of Cologne Executive School, and based on the top-ranked Executive MBA at Rotterdam School of Management – a programme long recognised for its truly international level of leadership and international exposure.

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