The MBA in Corporate Management is an applied study programme in the field of business. The study programme takes a generalist approach and teaches the fundamentals of business administration. It deals with the issues related to developing and implementing corporate strategies. In the second year of study, students have the opportunity to choose a specialisation in Digital Marketing & E-Business (English), Financial Markets & Banking (German), Insurance Management (German) or Strategic Management (English).
More detailed information on each specialisation can be found he
- Digital Marketing & E-Business (in English)
- Financial Markets & Banking
- Risk Management & Insurance
- Strategic Management (in English)
Highlights of the programme are (for more information see `5 reasons`):
- the part-time concept for young professionals;
- the practical specialisations;
- the study conditions at HSBA and in Hamburg.
HSBA is the university of choice of the Hamburg business community (for more information on HSBA please follow this link).
Corporate Management (MBA)
No. of students
Maximum of 30 per study group
Officially recognised Master of Business Administration with the right to proceed to doctoral studies
24 months, start on 1 October
Part-time, contact hours on extended weekends and a small number of full-time weeks
Good bachelor´s degree and a minimum of two years of work experience or a minimum of an apprenticeship and a minimum of six years of work experience + entrance examination, good English skills
Grants of 25% to 50% as well as 100% in individual cases of the study fees
22.500 Euro (= 937,50 Euro per month), early-bird discount of 12,5% if the application is handed in by the 31 May
Written application, telephone interview, Admission Day. Applications are accepted until the maximum number of students is reached. We recommend to apply early, since grants and JOB&MASTER-places are eventually allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis
The study course is accredited by the FIBAA. HSBA is accredited by the science council.