Taught in German language
The demands made on executives and managers are every bit as complex as the tasks they are called upon to perform.
They are expected not only to have experience in all the right fields, but also to possess personal management and leadership skills, and to have a thorough knowledge of theoretical concepts and models. This means that innovative training programmes are essential if the combined potential of academic training and work-related experience is to be realised in full.
The Frankfurt School’s Executive Master of Business Administration (MBA) programme offers the opportunity to acquire additional all-round management skills. This is an ideal way of preparing to take on complex managerial roles and fill responsible key leadership positions.
Three semesters of intensive study will prepare you for all major management positions; this knowledge will be combined with project work and case studies in the classroom and, in addition, you will learn not only fundamental theories, but also their direct application to entrepreneurial problem-solving. Here, participants with different areas of concentration contribute their perspectives and approaches from other fields and industries. By working together, you will not only improve your soft skills, but also profit from a spirited exchange of ideas and forge useful contacts. Even after graduation, your MBA class will provide you with a strong network!
Several modules of the EMBA are taught in German. Hence, good German language skills are a prerequisite for taking part in the programme.
The programme forms an excellent complement to my
career and enriches my day-to-day work as an attorney
specialising in M&A and corporate restructuring.
Dr. Sven Tischendorf, Managing Partner AC Tischendorf Rechtsanwälte