MBA in Global Management
International Graduate Center - Hochschule Bremen
EUR 15,900 *
Earliest start date
* 12,900 euros (plus semester fees of currently 325 euros)
The MBA program prepares you for leadership positions in the global economy. On the basis of research-based learning, experienced trainers from the private sector provide you with the necessary practical orientation. The course content prepares you for positions with leadership responsibility in marketing or sales, human resources, investment banking, accounting, logistics and supply chain management, consulting or the administration.
You learn both professional and soft skills systematically through group work and discussion in seminars and workshops. Since many students come from different countries and the majority of the lecutrers at IGC has an international background, your intercultural skills are practiced intensively. To strengthen your career perspectives you might want to consider an optional internship.
As an international graduate you can use Germany's job-seeking visa to prepare for your next career step.
- MBA program in English
- Inspiring diverse student body
- Small study groups
- Joint research combined with academic excellence
- Internship option
- German language course (optional)
- International Student Assistance on campus
- Business Analytics
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Global Management
- International Financial Management
- Professional Development
- Global Economics
- International Legal & Tax Framework
- Logistics and Sustainable Supply Chain Management
- Project and Quality Management
- Master Thesis Seminar
Program Tuition Fee
An MBA in Global Management prepares you for management positions in all areas of business. A special focus of the IGC is the internationality and interculturality of the curriculum, students and faculty. You will acquire intercultural competence, which is increasingly in demand in companies and organizations. This applies to multinational corporations as well as medium-sized companies, public administration and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).
The program begins in the winter semester. The introductory events and courses usually start in the beginning of October.