Tailored to Your Needs - Programme Essentials
One of the benefits studying an MBA programme is working and networking with executives of heterogeneous professional as well as cultural backgrounds. Therefore, we welcome applicants of various business fields from all over the world.
For detailed information please see the section target group.
The MBA programme at h_da is a general management programme, which provides intense, relevant and effective preparation for the challenges faced by executives of national and international enterprises.
For detailed information, please see the section curriculum.
To meet the needs of different target groups, we offer our MBA programme in part-time and full-time. The part-time structure is designed to combine your MBA studies with an ongoing career, while the full-time programme focuses on strengthening your management skills in a shorter time period.
For detailed information, please see time structure.
For admission to one of our MBA programmes we require
- an above average first university degree
- a minimum of 3 years of professional experience
- adequate English language proficiency
For detailed information please see admission requirements.
The tuition fees for both MBA programmes at h_da amount to 15.900€. In addition you have to pay the semester fee of approximately 270€ a semester and, in - case you have to take preparation courses - 500€ per preparation course (max. 6 courses).
For detailed information, please see the section fees.
Darmstadt Business School offers scholarships for outstanding personalities.
Ms. Anna Herbst
The MBA programme has been fully accredited and recommended by AQAS. The accreditation vouches for a high standard of education. AQAS is one of the leading German agencies for accreditation of business management programmes.
CEO Ranking 2015
Graduate Forum has ranked the MBA programme at h_da for the third time among the Europe's Top 20. More
Next intake: October 2017
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