MIM – University of Mannheim
Last updated on June 5th, 2019
Location: 68131 Mannheim, Germany
Campus: From cobblestone paths to stucco walls – the learning environment at the baroque palace in Mannheim is unlike any other in Germany. There’s much more to discover at the university than just its degree programs. Students can get socially or culturally active in one of the many societies. The legendary Schneckenhof parties, the Mannheim Forum and the Schlossfest aren’t just great chances to have fun; you can also use them to network and learn. There is a lot to explore off campus too, from museums, theatres, and shopping areas, to the grassy banks of the Rhine and Neckar.
RANKING: WirtschaftsWoche University Ranking: No. 1 German business school from recruiter’s perspective (2018), CHE University Ranking: Rated top class in 5 out of 5 select categories (2017), Financial Times Masters in Management Ranking: Mannheim Master in Management ranks no. 12 worldwide (2017) International Accreditations AACSB, AMBA, and EQUIS
Faculty: Cutting-edge research and top-quality teaching usually require more than just a great idea. The University of Mannheim supports its researchers in all aspects of academic life. It helps them to raise funding and to publish research findings. It also advises them on how to plan interactive courses and establish a healthy work-life balance.
Programs: Mannheim Master in Business Research (MMBR), Master of Education (M.Ed), Master’s Program in Business Informatics, Master’s Program in Culture and Economy: Philosophy.
Curriculum: Duration of study 4 semesters (full-time)
Application requirements: A degree in a different field is sufficient if you have obtained at least 36 ECTS credits in Business Administration.
In addition, you are required to have completed the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) with a minimum score of 600 points or to submit an equivalent GRE result before the application period ends.
Fee/Expenses: SCHOLARSHIPS, AIDS: FEES: Administrative fee of €156.70*, No tuition fees for EU/EEA students, €1,500 tuition fee for non-EU/non-EEA students. €650 tuition fee in case you hold another German master’s degree, Scholarship opportunities are available
Admission statistics: Duration of study 4 semesters (full-time).The application period is from March 15 to May 31. It is not possible to start your program in the spring semester.
Career development: Can already kick-start it during your studies. They connect you with great companies, who are eager to meet young, focused students. We offer uniquely designed workshops on campus through our network of corporate partners, giving you the opportunity to introduce yourself in a non-competitive setting. Many of these workshops lead to longer internships, writing your thesis for a company, or a traineeship at your favorite employer. We also foster an entrepreneurial spirit in Mannheim: If you have a great business idea, it is not only our professors who will advise and mentor you, but the Mannheim Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation (MCEI) was set up especially for this purpose
Jobs after the Course/employer: PERRI, SAMSUNG, BOSCH, WURTH, ALLIANZ
Salaries: Average salary €53,065
NOTABLE ALUMNI: Dirk Barnard, Board member of Vodafone Germany (2011–today)
Matthias Becker, Managing Partner of Boston Consulting Group Germany (2007–present)
How many nationalities: 150
How many women candidates: 40%