Renowned German software service provider Lexware supports MBS students with Germany Scholarships (Deutschlandstipendien). The initiative was started in 2011 by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) with the objective of sponsoring high-performing […]
Markus represented MBS at the 2015 Victoria University Study Overseas Fair. Thank you! He enjoys this amazing view during his study hours at VU.
I am always fascinated to see which interesting perspectives our students take with their projects. As an example, I would like to present you the final thesis of Bachelor graduate, Katharina Stankovic, which deals with […]
Teaching, research and society – these three arenas are closely interconnected, but often perceived as separated. Therefore, the association currently being set up and called University Network Education through Responsibility (Hochschulnetzwerk Bildung durch Verantwortung) […]
Interesting evening as part of the Master elective “Success Factor Happiness” by MBS Professor Christian Schmidtkonz.
Everyone who has ever worked in international project management is aware that it is inspiring, interesting and even synergetic to work in multi-diverse teams. But it can also be unproductive and grueling. Misunderstandings occurring as […]
In total, German universities and institutions of higher learning offer 17,437 study programs. This impressive figure is the result of a statistical analysis of the German Rector’s Conference for the winter semester 2014/15. In all […]
As early as six European nations joined forces by establishing the EEC (European Economic Community) in 1957, UK representatives were skeptical about the idea of a common Europe. When the London Government eventually recognized the […]
Philipp and Matthias are enjoying their semester abroad at Bond University, Australia.
MBS alumnus Philipp Brinkmann, CEO and co-founder of travelplanet24.com and tripsta.com, keynot speaker at an event in Athens, organized by Startup Grind.
Having studied in multiple universities I’ve always been a bit concerned that many fields of study do not ask students rather basic questions such as what the impacts of their proposed policy changes will be […]