Mannheim Business School

Mannheim Business School

Mannheim & Tongji Executive MBA


L5, 6

Mannheim, Baden-Wurt 68161


Program Information

Degrees Offered:

Executive Master of Business Administration

Format: Campus

Program Description:

Mannheim Business School (MBS) and Tongji University in Shanghai have long been leading institutions for management education on their respective continents. The two institutions joined forces and created a new degree program featuring innovative content and a unique structure. The MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA will give executives from around the world the skills and tools they need for positions in international top management. The structure of the MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA program is tailored to meet the requirements of executives, and provides a high degree of flexibility. The participants must complete six modules, which last nine to eleven days, covering a variety of management disciplines. The modules are equally split between the two institutions, with Mannheim Business School delivering three modules and Tongji University the other three. The program can be completed within a 18-month period, however, students are able to take breaks or to only take individual courses within a module. In order to attain the MBA degree, students need to complete all course and other academic requirements within a maximum of three and a half years. The program can be started in May in Mannheim or in September in Shanghai. The MANNHEIM & TONGJI Executive MBA comprises several curriculum elements, including training in key qualifications essential for leadership positions, guest lectures, and excursions. The program provides participants with in-depth insight into different aspects of the corporate world and enhances their knowledge of the Asian and European business cultures. 

  • Tuition Fee: €42.500 
  • Application Fee: €150

Career Perspective:

  • Optimal preparation for positions in international top management with specific focus on Sino-German business issues.

Program Focus:

  • Preparation for international top-level management
  • Management and cultural leadership skills
  • A distinct Sino-German curriculum with focus on intercultural perspectives

Diversity of business locations and program participants Participants:

  • The program has a diverse class profile with a balanced number of participants from the German/European (40%), Chinese/Asian (40%) and other regions (20%). The educational and professional backgrounds of the participants also vary, maximizing the diversity of the class.


Mannheim Business School - Germany's first triple-accredited business school: AACSB International, EQUIS and AMBA

Facts & Figures

Financial Aid: No

International Financial Aid: No

Classification: Higher Education Institution (Not Carnegie Classified)

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