An international MBA for the global-minded
The HFU MBA offers a leading-edge curriculum taught entirely in English by a dynamic and internationally experienced faculty. The HFU Business School is a faculty of Furtwangen University, a state-run university located in picturesque southern Germany.
The focus of our MBA program is managing business across global markets. Through our location at the crossroads of Europe, we challenge students to think and live globally. Organizational leadership, strategic management and managing cultural diversity are core areas of the program which prepares our students for a successful professional future in business enterprises operating across international borders.
Tuition fees: €9,990 for entire program
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We are "Made in Germany"
In the end, an MBA from HFU Business School will provide you with an exceptional "Made in Germany" foundation for a career in international business at global companies worldwide.
Our MBA program is fully accredited by ACQUIN, the Accreditation, Certification and Quality Assurance Institute, an official governing body that ensures business degrees issued at German universities meet high international academic standards. Our MBA degree has been independently confirmed for equivalency standing in such countries as the United States and Canada and is fully recognized in all European Union countries.
- ECTS 90 ECTS
- Programme duration 3 Semesters
- Location Villingen-Schwenningen
- Faculty HFU Business School
- Programme begins Winter semester (October)
- Application deadline 1 June for international applicants, 15 July (winter semester)
- Entry requirements Above-average undergraduate degree,
English: TOEFL or IELTS,
minimum 24 months of professional experience
- Teaching Language English
- Accreditation Yes (ACQUIN)
"The HFU MBA has transformed my way of thinking and improved my negotiation skills. It has given me the flexibility to multi-task within the company."Oscar Beltrán, Colombia, alumni of 2015, Operation and Business Development at EKU Power Drives, Germany