The MBA Program includes three study-abroad weeks, two in Asia and one in the US. The Asia module, which takes place in China and India, focuses on the chances, challenges, and risks of doing business in emerging markets. Senior faculty members of the following institutions deliver specialist lectures covering sensitive issues relating to the local business environments:
Academic Partner in India:
Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India
Academic Partners in China (at least one will be visited):
Fudan University, Shanghai, China
China Europe International Business School, Shanghai, China
Guanghua School of Management, Shanghai/Shenzhen, China
All of our academic partners are among the top business schools in Asia, renowned for their high-quality research and programs as well as their links to global networks.
The Asia module also includes visits to traditional local companies and innovation hubs, foreign companies, and joint ventures, providing you with a comprehensive understanding of these emerging markets as well as a practical and real-world perspective.
Note: The program fee does not include visa fees during the international modules. Visa-related costs will amount to around 1,000 EUR in total.
The India and China modules are currently on hold and have been replaced by alternative destinations due to the current COVID-19 situation.