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General Management

Master of Business Administration – MBA Part-time

You would like to pursue your career and keep working as you develop academically? The part-time study program at Munich Business School is your best option. In the extra-occupational part-time program MBA General Management, you will acquire excellent fundamental knowledge in general company management. You will strengthen your professional performance and gain deep insights into international markets and different cultures; and all that, whilst you continue to exercise your profession.

Key Facts
MBA General Management Part-Time

Program Start
September and March
24 months
Tuition Fee
32,000 Euro
5 to 25 % reduction on tuition fee
Final Degree
Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Course of Studies

Regardless of whether you decide on a full-time or part-time MBA, you will be required to have at least two years of professional experience prior to your application to be admitted, whereby most of the students in the part-time program have already had over five years of experience.

Students of the MBA part-time program take some of their courses together with students of the full-time program. This will give you the opportunity to study in a more diverse environment and expand your professional network. Each semester starts off with a six-day Intensive Week in which you can visit courses, participate in network events and work on different projects.


Flagship Courses

The “MBS Flagship” courses Responsible Leadership, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, and Global Management will focus on business administration topics, which are based on the values of Munich Business School and make the MBA General Management a unique study program.


The start-up week is part of the flagship courses Innovation & Entrepreneurship and will give you the chance to work on your entrepreneurial capabilities. You will become acquainted with modern approaches to solving problems and develop an idea for your own business which you will then present to an audience of experts.

International Week

You will spend an international week at the Bocconi School of Management in Milan − a global hotspot. There you will strengthen your network and have the perfect opportunity for an international outline to exchange views with your peers. Visits to renowned companies and engaging lectures by professors of our partner university will make this week a remarkable experience in your study program.

Personal Development 

In order to prepare yourself for future management tasks and direct the focus to your personal further development, you receive the chance to come to grips with your personal understanding of leadership. In doing so, you prepare a personal development plan and thus work purposefully toward fulfilling your individual interdisciplinary competence and qualification objectives.

MBA students also benefit from personal professional business coaching. In up to three coaching sessions with a professional business coach of our MBA coaching pool, you will intensively work on your personal challenges and professional prospects.

Expert Business Knowledge

In the “Expert Business Knowledge” courses, you will acquire comprehensive management expertise. In the course of your MBA studies you will also take two elective courses, whereby you will decide on one course per semester (“Business in Germany” or “Global Supply Chain Management” / “Management in Emerging Markets” or “Business Law”) to solidify your knowledge in these areas.


You complete your MBA General Management studies with a thesis, whereby you can choose one of the following three formats with differing emphases:

  • Classical (scientific treatise)
  • Business Plan (incl. scientific part)
  • Consulting Project (incl. scientific part)

Executive Education Offer

You can use the Executive-Education offers of Munich Business School during your MBA General Management studies in order to diversify and advance your personal development. This will give you the chance to acquire important “future skills” in an exclusive atmosphere. Seminars and courses from the university’s executive education area are available for a variety of industrial sectors and topics. A certificate is issued to each participant. These offers range from one day seminars to courses of several days in length that treat topics of relevance in practice such as “Digital Transformation”, “Strategy” and “Innovation & Entrepreneurship” which you will be able to implement day by day during and after your studies:

Facts & Figures:
Our MBA Alumni

have received a job promotion after obtaining the MBA Degree72% have received a salary increase in the last two years72%work in senior or upper management positions after the MBA52%

Network and Career

Network Opportunities
Network Opportunities

In addition to the comprehensive management know-how your studies will also focus on building up and expanding your network of fellow students and company contacts.

Munich Business School makes this possible by offering you general as well as exclusive MBA networking events. Moreover, MBS takes special note of providing a diverse and harmonious environment in its MBA classes. The objective here is to create the best possible framework conditions for networking and mutual enrichment − an important advantage of MBA studies in Munich.

Career Services
Career Services

We have your success in mind: Munich Business School offers you a comprehensive array of career services in order to support you with achieving your personal goals.

First and foremost, the Career Center will support you actively regarding job-related changes and further development. Its variety of offers includes Job application training and career coaching, maintenance of the MBS job portal and provision of company contacts and the organization of sector-specific career days.

Your Professional Network
Your Professional Network

In the MBA General Management you will be offered numerous opportunities to expand your professional network.

One example is our body of lecturers who enjoy a large international network. At “A chat with...” outstanding personalities from the fields of science, economy and research give you insights into current trend topics. You can exchange ideas with fellow students and alumni at various networking events and stay in touch after your studies through the alumni platform MBS Connect.


In order to be admitted to a study program at Munich Business School, you must fulfill academic, linguistic, and professional requirements. The required application documents may be submitted at any time. Since the places are limited, we advise you to apply for your desired study start as early as possible. One thing always applies: the earlier you submit your application, the more likely it is that you will be admitted to the next program start.

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Admission requirements

Academic and Professional Requirements

Academic requirements
You must present proof that you have successfully completed a recognized degree in any subject.

Work experience
You will be required to present evidence of at least two years of pertinent work experience after your first degree. However, there are circumstances under which you can be admitted with a shorter period of practical experience. Please ask your program advisor about this particular matter.

Personal qualities
You should have management and leadership potential, excellent interpersonal and communicative skills and a high degree of personal maturity and motivation. You should also be in a position to contribute to the community’s learning process and demonstrate that an MBA offers actual additional value for your career, which is already proceeding successfully.

Language Requirements

English Language Tests
You must present proof of your command of the English language by passing one of the following test procedures.

  • TOEFL iBT: minimum score of 85 (min. 22 in the written part and min. 20 for every other skill; MBS TOEFL Institution Code:  5772)
  • IELTS: at least Level 6.5 – Academic Module
  • ELS English for Academic Purposes: Advanced Level 112

Test results can only be accepted if achieved within the last two years. If you are unable to obtain your test results before handing in your MBS application, please advise us of your planned test date.

The English proficiency test can be waived by the following candidates:

  • Applicants having completed their schooling in English (i.e., High School Diploma, IB)
  • Applicants having completed their first academic degree in English
  • English is the official language in daily business communication in your current position and company (we require a confirmation letter from your employer) for at least 2 years

Application process

Step 1: Written Application

Application documents
When submitting your application, you must provide the following mandatory documents for your application to be considered:

  • Letter of motivation (1-2 pages)
  • Current curriculum vitae
  • A copy of your official academic transcript stating your final grade*
  • Two references of your current or previous employers
  • Proof of English proficiency (TOEFL 85, IELTS 6.5, ELS 112)
  • A copy of your passport details page (the one with the photo)
  • A recent passport size photo
  • Completed application form
  • When applying for a scholarship: personal statement (1 page)

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* Original or certified copies of these documents will need to be provided if you are successful in gaining admission to the program.

Optional supporting materials
You are welcome to supply any additional information that you believe will strengthen your application. Similarly, Munich Business School reserves the right to request any additional information that the Selection Committee believes will assist its admission decision.

Step 2: Personal Interview

The interview will last approximately 45-60 minutes and is intended to help both you as well as MBS to determine whether your profile will match the study program and the class being formed. Of course, this interview will also present you with the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

If you are from Germany or close enough to travel, you must attend the personal interview at Munich Business School with the Program Advisor and the Academic Program Director. If you cannot attend a personal interview, you will be interviewed via video conference.

Step 3: Study Contract

The Admissions Office informs you about the outcome of the application process within 10 working days. In case of acceptance, Munich Business School will provide you with an acceptance letter as well as two copies of your study contract. One copy needs to be signed and returned within two weeks to secure your spot in the program. The other copy needs to be kept for your own records.

The acceptance to the study program requires an enrollment fee of 690 Euro (EU/EFTA) respectively 1,490 Euro (non-EU) and deposit of 1,000 Euro due upon signing the study contract. The deposit will be deducted from your first tuition fee installment.

Step 4: Student Visa

If you are a non-EU national, you are required to apply for a student visa in order start your studies in Germany. To obtain a visa invitation letter from Munich Business School, please take the following steps:

  1. Hand in your signed study contract and a copy of your passport details page.
  2. Transfer a deposit of 1,000 Euro. This sum will be deducted from the first semester tuition installment.

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Munich Business School offers attractive scholarship programs. The MBA Scholarship is aimed at future MBA students who have made outstanding achievements during their professional life. These students are awarded scholarships of 5 to 25 % of the tuition fees.

The application for one of the scholarships is made together with the application for a place at university. Further information can be found under "Scholarships and financing".


All fees can be paid by bank transfer or PayPal.

The tuition can be paid in four semester installments or 24 monthly installments. The first one is due at the beginning of your studies. Books, travel and accommodation costs are not included in the tuition.

The application processing fee is not refundable. The enrollment fee is due once the study contract is signed.

Munich Business School offers attractive scholarship programs. Detailed information can be found here.

Overall Tuition Fee
32,000 Euro
Application Processing Fee
60 Euro
Enrollment fee for EU/EFTA students
690 Euro
Enrollment fee for other students
1,490 Euro


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