A Master's degree at WHU is not just academic excellence and an expert faculty: our Master programs are additionally enriched by a variety of international experiences. With a vast partner university network, students can gain insights into new cultures, crucial to expanding your knowledge of markets, economies, and social values around the world.
All of our standard 120-credit track programs include a semester abroad at one of WHU’s 200 partner universities worldwide. WHU also offers a fast track for Master in Finance and Master in Entrepreneurship students comprising of 90 credits. This track is available to students holding a 210-credit bachelor degree and includes a one-week international module, the capstone module.
One program: two degrees –
A unique study abroad alternative.
Choose from 200 top business schools –
Gain deeper insights during a semester abroad.
If you have completed a 180-credit Bachelor degree, you will join the 120-credit track, spending your third semester in either the Master or MBA program at one of our 200 partner universities. Our International Relations Office offers personalized support, making sure your time abroad is a unique experience. During the semester abroad, you will gain a deeper global perspective and have the opportunity to immerse yourself in another culture.
WHU has established an outstanding network of over 200 universities across the world!
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Exposing students to new cultures –
The value of the capstone module.
In the Master in Finance and Master in Entrepreneurship, there is the possibility to choose the 90-credit track. This track includes a one-week capstone module in the U.S., Asia, or within Europe. Accompanied by faculty members, you will take advantage of cross-cultural learning experiences through tailor-made lectures combined with local company visits.
This particular capstone module saw students in Boulder, Colorado for one full week of visits to companies, different start-up ecosystems, and free-time activities in the surrounding area.