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Julia Teuber is program manager for the Master in Management, the Master in Finance and the Master in Entrepreneurship the at WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management. She welcomes you to contact her whenever you have questions on the WHU or its Masters.
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WHU's Master in Management Program addresses recent graduates from around the world with an excellent first academic degree in a business-related field of study. This full-time English-language program lasting 17 or 21 months offers you unique opportunities to develop expertise in all areas of business administration. In addition, the program offers practical and international experience, preparing you for a wide range of career options in different management positions and across multiple industries. The program starts each year in September.
Students are required to choose 11 modules (5 credit each) out of 6 concentrations. Please find more information about the content of the concentrations and the different study sections on the Master Program’s website. The program offers two different tracks: a 90 ECTS track for a period of 17 months and a 120 ECTS track for a period of 21 months.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||Academic background in business or economics|
Tuition for the Master in Management Program is EUR 24,400 (90 credit track) or EUR 30,400 (120 credit track). This fee includes the tuition for the capstone module abroad in the 90 credit track or the semester abroad in the 120 credit track. A non-refundable fee of €90 is charged for processing the application. Taking part in a double degree program involves additional costs that depend on the partner’s tuition fees.
|Begin||Early September each year|
|Length||17-21 months, depending on the chosen track|
The application deadline for the next term beginning in September 2019 will be in early May, 2019.
Besides a Bachelor’s degree in a business administration- or finance-related field of study with at least 180 ECTS (or equivalent credit points), the admission requirements include: