FHWS :: University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt

MBA :: International Business with Focus on Asia, Western Europe or Central and Eastern Europe

Shamim A. Siddique, Dipl. Betriebswirt (FH)
Münzstraße 12
D-97070 Wuerzburg

Phone: +49 (0)931 - 26 027 892
Fax: +49 (0)175 - 5 241 116

URI: http://mba.fhws.de/

UFRA FAIR Schweinfurt

Saturday, October 8th 2016
02:00 - 02:30 p.m. 

Am Volksfestplatz
97421 Schweinfurt

Information and Presentation
Current Students and our Dean of the MBA Program inform you about the MBA International Business
(Teamtraining, Lectures, Time Abroad, Student Life, Admission Requirements, Costs)

 

 

 

Admission is open

The admission for the MBA course 2016 is open
For additional information contact us

International Business with Focus on Asia, Western Europe or Central and Eastern Europe

The MBA in International Business is adressed to graduates from all over the world in each subject area, and requires a student to have a minumum of one year work experience after his first acedamic degree.

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The course provides general corporate management training from an international perspective with main focus on economic relations in Asia, Western and Central and Eastern Europe.

The MBA program in Wuerzburg differs to other master courses, offering a diversified variety from basic managerial competences to the most relevant issues in global management, as international economics, and intercultural competences. The significance to the international perspective is strongly reflected in its participant base, combining a six week stay in Taiwan or Russia. Currently 83% of the attendants are international students from several different countries.

In addition, the course provides an innovative training path, involving action learning, outdoor team training, strategic business games, and soft personal skills development. The program covers important issues like leadership, communication, governance, and ethics, linked to entrepreneurial and management roles. The program is taught entirely in English.