The part-time MBA offers a transformational learning experience at Frankfurt School, one of the top-ranked business schools in Germany.
This programme is specifically designed for ambitious young professionals, who want to accelerate their career while staying fully employed. Candidates will be able to take advantage of a uniquely flexible schedule (2 block weeks and 16 extended weekends over 21 months) to build their management toolkit and develop their full leadership potential.
The part-time MBA is available in Frankfurt, Hamburg and Munich: one programme, one network, same curriculum. The schedule is designed to allow candidates to switch between locations for added value through increased networking opportunities and flexibility. A truly unique set up for a "one-of-a-kind" MBA experience.
Graduates have an action-oriented and critical understanding of the management cycle in organisations that qualifies them to apply it to diverse tasks and functions that form the value chain. They will draw upon sound functional and cross-functional knowledge of contemporary management concepts and disciplines, and develop innovative solutions by providing thought leadership.
Graduates are able to identify opportunities, ideate innovative solutions, and implement them effectively and efficiently based on sound qualitative and quantitative research and fact-oriented analysis. By doing so they will combine independent, forward-oriented thinking management techniques for quality decision-making to address business challenges and implement effective solutions.
Graduates have a clear understanding of the roles, responsibilities, and entrepreneurial challenges of a business leader in the light of a fast changing environment. They also excel in effective executive communication, collaboration and cooperation skills. Graduates master concise and effective spoken and written communication based on know-how, emotional intelligence and intercultural sensitivity. They present, discuss and defend fact-based arguments that convince their audience, move people to congruent action and achieve positive change when necessary. As both leaders and members of teams, they set high standards, establish trust, and create an environment of collaboration and cooperation that inspires high performance.
Graduates are self-aware and mindful leaders with the character needed for leading in any organisational or cultural context and in the global environment. They decide and act based on ethical considerations, comply with regulatory requirements and enhance the well-being of their stakeholders, organisations, society and the environment.
Admission to the part-time MBA at Frankfurt School is competitive. To qualify for admission, you will need to fulfil the following eligibility requirements:
Please note: Language proficiency waivers are possible for candidates, who have completed a previous degree in English, lived in an English speaking country for longer than a year or whose work language is English (confirmation from employer required). Frankfurt School also offers an internal English test (TOEFL ITP), which can be registred for through the online application form.
In preparation for the TOEFL or IELTS test and the required Business English in the MBA programme, we offer free English courses for all Part-time MBA participants. The English courses (online) will be available two hours per week after you have signed your admissions contract.
Right from the start of your MBA studies, our Career Services team is part of your Frankfurt School experience. Our experts offer individual advice and professional answers to all your questions about jobs and careers: It is our goal to enhance the professional development of our students and to assist in preparing them as thoroughly as possible for a successful career. Our team is here to help you make the most of your next career step.
Part-time MBA candidates at Frankfurt School have the great advantage of being able to remain fully employed throughout the programme. By supporting a part-time MBA as part of an internal development plan, employers are able to retain their top talents while also allowing them to gain vital management and leadership skills.
Frankfurt School graduates are known for their first class-analytical skills and practical knowledge. To prepare our MBA students for successful future careers, we offer:
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