MBS Online
Explorer Week

MBS ONLINE EXPLORER WEEK – WELCOME TO OUR OPEN DAYS

From March 14 - 19, 2022, you will have the opportunity to discover Munich Business School and its exciting offerings - from the bachelor’s and master’s programs to the MBA and DBA - during the MBS Online Explorer Week. With the Explorer Week, we present the entire diversity of our university to you: Meet our professors live, ask your questions about teaching and get an insight into the study contents, furthermore chat with current MBS students and find out first-hand everything about student life at MBS and in Munich. Last but not least, get to know our employees who will actively support you in your journey at MBS - be it with application questions, the planning of your semester abroad or when it comes to settling down as an international student in Munich. A varied program of online Info Sessions, Q&A Sessions and trial lectures awaits you. We are looking forward to seeing you!

MBS Explorer Week
Schedule

Monday, March 14

Bachelor's Open Day (English)

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Bachelor Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Students More Information
english
02:15 pm - 02:45 pm
Explore the World with MBS Semester Exchange Opportunities More Information
english
03:00 pm - 03:30 pm
Explore Munich Support for International Students More Information
english
05:00 pm - 06:00 pm
Pre-Bachelor and Bachelor Info Session for Parents Info Session with Academic Director and Students More Information
english
Tuesday, March 15

DBA Open Day

12:30 pm - 01:30 pm
DBA Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Current Students More Information
english
Wednesday, March 16

Master's Open Day

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Master International Business Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Current Students More Information
english
01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
Master Sports & Business Communication Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Current Students More Information
english
02:00 pm - 03:00 pm
Master Int. Marketing & Brand Management Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Current Students More Information
english
03:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Master Innovation & Entrepreneurship Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Current Students More Information
english
Thursday, March 17

MBA Open Day

01:00 pm - 02:00 pm
MBA General Management (Full-time) Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Students More Information
english
02:00 pm - 02:30 pm
MBA Trial Lecture : "How to manage strategy in a rapidly changing world - Core Challenges and Tools to Address Them" More Information
english
02:30 pm - 02:45 pm
02:45 pm - 03:30 pm
How To Apply Successfully for the MBA Program and Admissions Q&A More Information
english
03:30 pm - 04:00 pm
Explore Munich Support for our International Students More Information
english
06:00 pm - 07:00 pm
MBA General Management (Part-time) Info Session Q&A with Academic Director and Students More Information
english
07:00 pm - 07:30 pm
MBA Trial Lecture: "Expanding Abroad - Making a Case for More Engagement in Emerging Economies" More Information
english
07:30 pm - 07:45 pm
07:45 pm - 08:15 pm
How To Apply Successfully for the MBA Program and Admissions Q&A More Information
english
Friday, March 18

Bachelor's Open Day (German)

04:00 pm - 05:00 pm
Fit for University? 5 Benefits of Completing a Pre-Bachelor Study Program Info Session about the Pre-Bachelor Study Program More Information
german
06:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Bachelor Info Session Q&A Session With Academic Director and Current Students More Information
german

Get to know the MBS Spirit! What makes MBS special for you? Lecturers and employees answer

Prof. Dr. Patricia Kraft
Prof. Dr. Patricia Kraft

What do you do at MBS? I am the Academic Director of the bachelor's program at MBS and responsible for the academic management - from the program structure, the course contents to the supervision of the students.

What do you associate with MBS? In its programs, MBS teaches both expert knowledge  and future skills such as data competence, the ability to cooperate and solve problems, as well as persistance, which are becoming more and more crucial in the modern working world.

Prof. Dr. Christian Schmidkonz
Prof. Dr. Christian Schmidkonz

What do you do at MBS? I am the Academic Director of the Master International Business and lecturer and various programs. My courses at MBS include “Business in China“, “Conscious Business“ und “Success Factor Happiness”.

What do you associate with MBS? Every year, I am fascinated by the diversity of our students in the courses: they come from all over the world, have many different backgrounds and are curious about the course content.

Prof. Dr. Anne Tryba
Prof. Dr. Anne Tryba

What do you do at MBS? I am Professor for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and the Academic Director of the Master Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

What do you associate with MBS? For me, MBS is a place where not only up-to-date expertise is taught, but where you also learn to discuss things constructively, to question things critically, to act in a team and to present and implement your own solutions.

Prof. Dr. Sophie Hieke
Prof. Dr. Sophie Hieke

What do you do at MBS? I am Professor for Marketing and Communication and the Academic Director of the Master International Marketing and Brand Management.

What do you associate with MBS? MBS is a multicultural, international and diverse place and we take our responsibility for a better tomorrow seriously: we let you grow - the leaders of the future.

Prof. Dr. Heiko Seif
Prof. Dr. Heiko Seif

What do you do at MBS? I am the Academic Director of the Master Sports Business and Communication. I am also Dean of Research and Head of the Alpha Build Institute (Institute for Company Building).

What do you associate with MBS? MBS offers an environment characterized by a strong entrepreneurial spirit combined with a fertile diversity. This motivates both faculty and students to learn and work on the latest entrepreneurship and management approaches.

Prof. Dr. David Wagner
Prof. Dr. David Wagner

What do you do at MBS? I am the Academic Director of the Doctor of Business Administration (DBA).

What do you associate with MBS? MBS is a family network with strong international partners. We develop and drive innovative topics that make organizations, business and society fit for the future.

Christine Heber, M.A.
Christine Heber, M.A.

What do you do at MBS? As Student Advisor for the Bachelor International Business at MBS, I answer all questions regarding studies, application and career perspectives. This also includes visits to fairs and schools, personal counseling sessions and info sessions.

What do you associate with MBS? It is always an experience to accompany future students from the first contact through the application phase to the first study day at MBS!

Jelena Novkovski, M.A.
Jelena Novkovski, M.A.

What do you do at MBS? As MBA Student Advisor, I am your contact person for all questions regarding the MBA program - from the application to the start of the program.

What do you associate with MBS? A sense of community, responsibility and diversity.

Melanie Vogel
Melanie Vogel

What do you do at MBS? As Incoming Student Coordinator, I am the contact person for our international students. In addition, I maintain and expand the contacts to our partner universities worldwide.

What do you associate with MBS? I appreciate the cosmopolitan way of thinking at Munich Business School, which on the one hand creates space for new ideas and diversity and on the other hand supports lifelong learning.

Event Days

Bachelor's Open Days
March 14 + 18

March 14 and 18, 2022 are our Bachelor's Open Days, where prospective students can find out everything they need to know about the International Business bachelor's program at Munich Business School. At the Bachelor's Open Day in English on March 14, the academic directors and current bachelor’s students will introduce the program and themselves to you in an info session, and the International Center will present options for the semester abroad as well as support options for international students in two sessions. Parents of prospective students can also expect a separate info session that explicitly addresses the questions and concerns of parents.

At the Bachelor's Open Day in German on March 19, there will be another info and Q&A session with academic directors and current students, as well as an introduction to the pre-bachelor program, where we will present five good reasons for this preparatory program.

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MBS Open Days: Bachelor Info and Q&A Session With Academic Director and Current StudentsJoin us on March 14 at 1 pm to…Learn more
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Explore the World With MBS – Semester Exchange Opportunities for Bachelor’s StudentsGet to know the MBS…Learn more
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MBS Open Days: Explore Munich – Support for International Bachelor’s StudentsGet to know the MBS…Learn more
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MBS Open Days: Hello Parents! Pre-Bachelor und Bachelor Info SessionDiscover our pre-bachelor's…Learn more
18March2022
MBS Open Days: 5 Benefits of Completing a Pre-Bachelor Study ProgramExplore everything about our…Learn more
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MBS Open Days: Bachelor Info and Q&A Session With Academic Director and Current StudentsJoin us on March 18 at 6 pm to…Learn more

DBA Open Day
March 15

MBS is the only university in Germany that specifically prepares students for a DBA program at an AACSB-accredited university - namely the DBA program at Sheffield Hallam University. In our info session during the MBS Online Explorer Week you will get an overview of the program structure as well as the opportunity to talk to the academic director and current DBA candidates and ask your individual questions.

 

15March2022
MBS Open Days: DBA Info and Q&A SessionJoin us on March 15 from 12:30…Learn more

Master's Open Day
March 16

There are four master's programs at Munich Business School - the Master International Business, the Master Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the Master International Marketing and Brand Management and the Master Sports Business and Communication. Each program will have its own info session during our MBS Online Explorer Week. Here, you will get an overview of the program structure and can ask current master’s students, academic directors, and our master program advisor your individual questions about student life, the study contents, or the application process.

 

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MBS Open Days: Master Sports Business and Communication Info and Q&A SessionMeet the academic director of…Learn more
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MBS Open Days: Master International Business Info and Q&A SessionJoin us on March 16 at 1 pm to…Learn more
16March2022
Master International Marketing and Brand Management Info and Q&A SessionJoin us on March 16 at 2 pm to…Learn more
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MBS Open Days: Master Innovation and Entrepreneurship Info and Q&A SessionJoin us on March 16 at 3 pm to…Learn more

MBA Open Day
March 17

Our MBA Day on March 17 is divided into two parts. The afternoon is reserved for those interested in the full-time MBA program General Management. During an info and Q&A Session with the academic director and current MBA students as well as a trial lecture you will get a solid insight into the program. In addition, we will clarify all questions regarding a successful application and the International Center of Munich Business School will inform about support possibilities for applicants from abroad.

The evening is aimed at those interested in completing the MBA General Management part-time. Here, too, you can expect an info and Q&A session, a trial lecture, and a special on how to apply.

17March2022
MBS Open Days: MBA Full-time −Info Sessions, Q&As and Trial LectureJoin us on March 17 from 1 pm…Learn more
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MBS Open Days: MBA Part-time − Info Sessions, Q&As and Trial LectureJoin us on March 17 from 6 pm…Learn more

Our Campus - small, but fine!

Munich Business School is located in the west of Munich, at Elsenheimerstrasse 61. Thanks to the good public transport connections, our campus can be reached quickly and easily from all directions.

Short distances characterize the daily study routine at MBS. Since the university only has one campus, you will quickly get in touch with your fellow students and the way to the MBS professors and staff is not far either. Often, the offices are located right next to your lecture hall! We appreciate the personal exchange among each other and the small but nice MBS campus gives you and us the perfect opportunity to do so!

On four floors you will not only find innovative seminar rooms, but also study rooms for individual learning, a computer lab, a library, a study center for working together or having lunch, an MBS lounge for bigger events, and a cozy garden where you can recharge your batteries between lectures in the summer.

Our Values

For 30 years, Munich Business School, a state-recognized German Council of Science and Humanities-accredited private university for business, has been educating cosmopolitan and entrepreneurial personalities to become responsible leaders of tomorrow. In doing so, it always follows its three core values:
Innovative
Innovative

Munich Business School offers its students an inspiring and innovative academic environment for their personal development.

Using the latest and varied teaching and learning methods, which include group work, project work, internships, expert lectures, poster presentations or company excursions, students can go beyond themselves in their pursuit for knowledge and gain a taste of practical experience. 

Responsible
Responsible

Besides entrepreneurial success, respectful and responsible interaction with one another and the natural resources are at the heart of education at Munich Business School.

Social service projects, volunteer work and participation in global action days such as the World Cleanup Day are fixed components of the study curricula as well as the corporate culture.

Globally-minded
Globally-minded

MBS is committed to diversity and inclusion and opens up academic and professional perspectives to students from all over the world. More than half of all MBS students are international students from over 70 nations.

In addition to business knowledge, the university trains the foreign language and intercultural competence of its students through mandatory semesters and internships abroad, international exchange with students and lecturers, and a corresponding course portfolio.