Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Standard period of study: 4 semesters (2 years)
ECTS credits: 120
Language of instruction:
English (German-English track: some courses are also taught in German)
German-English track: English and German
English track: English
for further information on the required proof of language proficiency see “Admission requirements and selection”
Program start: Fall semester (September)
School: Business School
Semester fee: € 204,30 (further information)
Tuition fees for international students from non-EU countries: €1,500
Tuition fees for a second degree: €650
Students enrolled in the master’s program Mannheim Master in Management can design their studies individually and flexibly in accordance with their ideas. They can choose from a wide range of courses in the following areas: Accounting and Taxation, Banking, Finance and Insurance, Information Systems, Management, Marketing and Sales as well as Operations Management (see module catalogue).
The Mannheim Master in Management program is topped off by the following mandatory subjects: Corporate Social Responsibility, Decision Analysis: Business Analytics II, Applied Econometrics or Empirical Methods: Business Analytics I as well as Business Economics I and II. In addition, students can take an elective course which allows them to broaden their horizon (e.g., Philosophy, Business Education, Economics or Psychology).
Studying Business Administration in Mannheim means studying at one of the most renowned business schools in Europe. Independent national and international rankings, including the CHE or THE university ranking and rankings by the Wirtschaftswoche, have confirmed the outstanding quality of the research and teaching at our university on a number of occasions.
The Business School of the University of Mannheim has been accredited by three accreditation agencies, earning itself the internationally sought-after triple crown. The three most significant accreditation agencies, AACSB International (Tampa, USA), EQUIS/
Studying at the University of Mannheim does not only mean studying in the largest baroque castle in Germany, but also at one of the largest schools of business administration in Europe. Students enrolled in one of our master’s programs can flexibly select their courses from a wide and most diversified range of modules and thus purposefully specialize, focusing on their individual career plans.
The Business School of the University of Mannheim maintains partnerships with more than 200 universities all over the world. This enables our students to spend a semester abroad or even earn a double degree at one of eight excellent universities in Italy, Denmark, France, Norway, Taiwan, Canada or the USA.
Your future career opportunities depend on which area of business administration you specialize in and whether you acquire additional qualifications in an elective course. This results in a broad spectrum of qualification profiles.
It is especially because of their opportunity to develop a clear focus that our graduates are in high demand in many areas of the economy, such as consulting, financial analysis, HR marketing, and sales. This is attested by a ranking published by the German Wirtschaftswoche magazine.
Many graduates also venture into self-employment: Amorelie, Stocard and CoffeeCircle, for example, prove the success of Mannheim founders.
If you complete the MMM program and subsequently obtain a doctoral degree, a career in academia will be another option.
Students in the master’s program Mannheim Master in Management should
The University of Mannheim has more than 200 partner universities around the world and offers around 100 exchange collaborations at master’s level. In the master’s program Mannheim Master in Management, spending a semester abroad is optional. If you choose to go abroad, you can do so either in the third or fourth semester. In collaboration with the International Office, the dean's office of the Business School will be happy to help you plan a period of study abroad.
Depending on the specialization they have selected, students enrolled in the Mannheim Master in Management program can earn a double degree in cooperation with a one of eight outstanding universities worldwide:
Applying for a double degree is possible only after you have successfully enrolled in the master’s program.
In the master’s program Mannheim Master in Management, completing an internship is optional, but encouraged by the school. If you would like to do a voluntary internship, please visit the website of the Business School for information and advertisements for internships.
Strengthen your potential, deepen your knowledge, find solutions for challenges we will face tomorrow – there are many good reasons to think outside the box, get to know and try out new things even during your studies.
At the University of Mannheim, you can do this in the “Studium Oecologicum” which focuses on sustainability. In our certificate program, you will acquire interdisciplinary expert knowledge which can help you to act ethically and to make holistic decisions.
Making language learning easier: No matter if you want to learn Japanese, Hebrew, Spanish or Norwegian, take the Graduate Record Examination Test (GRE), The European Language Certificates (telc) or the TOEFL test – each semester, the University of Mannheim offers language courses and language certificates in more than 16 languages for students and non-university members, online and on campus!
Are you interested in IT or communication trainings or theater, music, or drawing courses? Studium Generale has a vast range of courses available to all.
By graduating from the MMM with at least the final grade “gut” (“good”), you fulfill the formal requirements for pursuing a doctorate in Business Administration at the University of Mannheim. At the University of Mannheim, you can choose from the following options:
In our selection process, we take numerous criteria into account. For more details, please check the selection statutes (see below). Be bold!
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you need advice. We are looking forward to receiving your application!
The master’s program Mannheim Master in Management is based on a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration. A degree in a different field is sufficient if you have obtained at least 36 ECTS credits in Business Administration.
Besides a bachelor’s degree and prior knowledge in Business Administration, proof of your English proficiency (level C1) is mandatory (for details, please see the selection statutes). If you apply for the German-English track, you will also need a proof of your German language skills (see Language requirements below). GMAT / GRE are no longer mandatory for your application. However, a total score above 600 points (GRE / GMAT) or 555 points (GMAT Focus) will be recognized in the selection process.
We take a variety of criteria into account in our selection process:
For both tracks (German-English and English), very good English language skills are required (level C1 or better). Applicants have to provide proof of sufficient English proficiency (please see our selection statutes for details). If you opt for the German-English track you have to submit proof of German language proficiency equivalent to level C1. You are exempt of this requirement, if you have a German higher education entrance qualification or are a German citizen, for example.
If you have not yet completed your bachelor’s program by the application deadline, you may still be admitted to the master’s program as long as you provide proof that you have obtained at least 140 ECTS credits. In this case, your admission to the program is subject to receipt of your degree certificate by the first exam registration period in the master's program.
Under “Admission requirements and selection” we have compiled the most important selection criteria of the program for you. For more detailed explanations of the selection process and the legally binding requirements of the degree program, please refer to the selection statutes.
The application deadline for fall semesters starts on 1 April and ends on 15 May.
It is not possible to apply for the spring semester.
The University of Mannheim is the most popular university in Germany
In the students' vote on the Studycheck.de platform, the University of Mannheim has reached the top position among all universities. This makes the University of Mannheim the most popular university in Germany.
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