WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management

Part-Time Master in Management

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The 17 months part-time master's program (M.A.) is flexible and can be easily combined with a professional career and personal circumstances. In addition to showing your employer a high level of motivation, students will be able to immediately apply the newly acquired knowledge and management skills in your workplace.

Lectures take place on four days per month (Thursday – Sunday). This guarantees more flexibility in the schedule to coordinate your studies with work.

Teaching ModePart Time
Academic RequirementsAcademic background in business or economics
Tuition Fees

33,000 Euro

10% Early Bird discount on one semester tuition fee possible

BeginEarly September each year
Length17 months
Application Deadline

30 July

Application Procedure

For our Part-Time Master in Management WHU welcomes applications from graduates with a bachelor’s degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university, and with a sound knowledge of business administration economics, and quantitative methods.

Admission Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution with at least 180 ECTS
  • Minimum of one year professional working experience
  • International experience of at least three months
  • Language skills in English certified by standardized test or equivalent verification (e.g. nationality, semester abroad, business language)
  • Proof of strong analytical and quantitative skills (GMAT/GRE/TM-BASE)
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