WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management

Introduction
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WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management pursues excellence in everything it does. This philosophy is underscored by our claim “Excellence in Management Education.” We achieve our goal of excellence through the motivation and dedication of WHU students and staff (Passion), their call for social responsibility (People) and the faithfulness to the principle that results count (Performance).

Passion

To promote entrepreneurial, innovative thinking and action, we provide an intellectual and creative environment that is characterized by the engagement and commitment of all involved.

People

We reinforce, encourage and challenge individual personal development and social responsibility through mutual trust, support and respect in a community of students, alumni and faculty.

Performance

We are committed to providing our students with an outstanding internationally oriented and up-to-date training and education, which builds on WHU’s own research.

Passion, People and Performance are the cornerstones of our programs. Only by actively advancing entrepreneurial approaches and innovation can we achieve our goal: to educate and train the future leaders of the economy. The ever-present WHU spirit, born of mutual trust, support and respect, endures long after the time spent at the business school. It prepares the individual to accept responsibility in business and society. The performance culture at WHU is reflected both in its excellent students and graduates, as well as in excellent research and academics, repeatedly recognized by independent rankings and accreditations.

This school offers programs in:
  • English
  • German

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Programs

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MSc

Master in Finance (MSc)

Campus Full time 17 - 21 months September 2017 Germany Vallendar

The Master in Finance (MSc) at WHU is a consecutive business science program, which addresses applicants holding an undergraduate degree in a business-related field of study. The programme starts each year in September. Language of instruction is English. [+]

The Master in Finance (MSc) at WHU is a consecutive business science program, which addresses applicants holding an undergraduate degree in a business-related field of study. The program starts each year in September. Language of instruction is English. Students are required to choose 11 modules (5 credit each). A minimum of eight modules must be taken from the Master in Finance Program. Up to three modules are available from the Master in Management Program. There is a wide variety of finance modules to choose from which cover key financial issues. Those students with 210 ECTS credits from their bachelor’s degree will be able to join the 90 Credit Track and start their Master’s thesis after a Capstone Module abroad and an internship. Students with at least 180 ECTS credits from their bachelor’s degree will participate in the 120 Credit Track and will complete their Master’s thesis subsequently to their study abroad. At the end of the program students complete their Master Thesis. [-]

Master in Management (MSc)

Campus Full time 17 - 21 months September 2017 Germany Vallendar

The Master in Management (MSc) at WHU is a consecutive business science program, which addresses applicants holding an undergraduate degree in a business-related field of study. The programme starts each year in September. Language of instruction is English. [+]

The Master in Management (MSc) at WHU is a consecutive business science program, which addresses applicants holding an undergraduate degree in a business-related field of study. The program starts each year in September. Language of instruction is English. You will start your Masters program with two study sections on the WHU campus. You can specialize in one of the following concentrations: - Accounting - Economics - Innovation & Entrepreneurship - Marketing & Sales - Strategy - Supply Chain Management A broad range of "pool courses" are also offered as part of the curriculum. Those students with 210 ECTS credits from their bachelor's degree will be able to join the 90 Credit Track and start their Master’s thesis after a Capstone Module abroad and an internship. Students with at least 180 ECTS from their bachelor’s degree will participate in the 120 Credit Track and will complete their Master’s thesis subsequently to their study abroad. Price 90 credit track: 18,600 EUR 120 credit track: 22,800 EUR [-]

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