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Master in Management

Master in Management Program:
Flexible curriculum preparing you for a wide range of career options.

Our Master in Management (MiM) Program is designed to prepare you for a wide range of career options across multiple industries, by allowing you to tailor your curriculum to your interests and career goals.

MiM curriculum

Our curriculum –
Learn more about our program structure.

The Master in Management is a full-time, English-taught degree program, targeting business bachelor graduates. The program has two available tracks: 90 credits or 120 credits, lasting 17 or 21 months respectively.  

90 credit track: Students who have completed a bachelor’s degree with at least 210 ECTS credits are able to choose the 90 credit track. This track lasts 17 months and includes a one-week international module, the capstone module.

120 credit track:  Students who have completed a 180 ECTS credit bachelor’s degree will join the 120 credit track lasting 21 months. In this track, you will spend your third semester in either the Master or MBA program at one of our 200 partner universities.

The elements of the program include:

The core electives provide you with the essential general management tools and knowledge by allowing you to choose one course from the below available areas:

  1. Accounting & Finance
     
  2. Data Analytics
     
  3. Economics
     
  4. Marketing & Sales 
     
  5. Strategy & Leadership
     
  6. Supply Chain Management

While the core electives provide the essential general management tools and knowledge, you may choose from an exceptionally broad range of electives to tailor your studies to your interests and goals. You also have the opportunity to specialize in one of the six available concentrations:

  1. Accounting
     
  2. Economics
     
  3. Innovation
     
  4. Marketing & Sales
     
  5. Strategy
     
  6. Supply Chain Management

The MiM Program also includes an international component, such as the study abroad semester (120 credit track) or the capstone module (90 credit track).

Having completed your first two semesters at WHU, you will gain valuable work experience through an internship in Germany or abroad. The Career Center supports you in finding an internship position via a broad range of activities such as individual career counseling, workshops, and company presentations.

The master thesis concludes your studies, providing you the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge you have gained throughout the course of the Master Program. While writing your thesis, you will be supervised by a WHU faculty member. You may also write your thesis in collaboration with a company.

In addition to participating in a rigorous academic curriculum, you will also have the opportunity to take part in various student-, program-, and career center-organized events, conferences and incubators, such as IdeaLab!, Career Day, Sensability, Euromasters, and many more.

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Don’t miss our Early Bird deadline!

Apply by January 31, 2019 to receive a €90 waiver of the application fee.

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