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MBA General Management part-time at a Glance

Standard period of study: 4 semesters (part-time program)
Semester start: March (spring term)
Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Campus: Dortmund
Accreditation: FIBAA, German Accreditation Council
Lecture times: About once a month from Friday - Sunday
Visits abroad: South Korea, India, USA
Language: 100 % English
Requirements: At least between two or three years' professional experience after the first degree and an adequate command of the English language (TOEFL/IELTS). More Information.
Additional language: None
Tuition fees:

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MBA General Management part-time program content

MBA Part-Time Studies – Professional & Personal Development at an International Level

If you study the MBA part-time, you will expand your knowledge of management and business administration parallel to your professional activities and create the ideal conditions for a management leadership position.

The part-time MBA is characterized by its strong practical orientation and international orientation. With integrated modules abroad (in India, United States and South Korea), practice-oriented lectures and lecturers from renowned international universities and selected practitioners, you can expand your personal and professional network beyond national borders.

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MBA General Management part-time coaching

Individual Support

Individual coaching during the course of study is an integral part of the MBA part-time. With the help of a professional coach, you will conduct a potential analysis, work on defining and implementing your professional goals, and perfect your leadership skills.

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MBA module in South Korea

#On the Move - Internationally During the Studies

MBA students get to experience South Korean culture

ISM student Ravinder Atwal has gained many new insights through her intercultural experience during her module abroad in South Korea in fall 2022: "We were able to gain many insights into Korean culture in a very short time. Every day was very eventful and exciting. To learn about the South Korean culture and their way of thinking will be quite helpful while doing business with them or even other Asian countries."

During their time in South Korea, the MBA students attended classes on global supply chain management, visited a Bosch plant in Daejeon and a traditional Hanok Village. In addition, they used the time to explore South Korea as a study group.

MBA General Management part-time application

How Can I Apply?

In order to be able to study the MBA part-time at ISM, the university conducts a personal interview that evaluates your personality, motivation and skills. The part-time MBA program is not restricted by a “Numerus Clausus” (NC).

Apply now and receive an Early-Bird Discount: a discount of €1,000 on regular tuition fees is granted if the contract is signed by January 31 of any given year.

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#Springboard to Your Career

MBA studies as a career springboard

"An important part of the MBA program was individual coaching. The potential analysis and the discussions with the coach helped me to recognize my strengths and weaknesses and to work on them in a targeted way." Nadine Roszewicz works in a CRM project for the Key Account Management/Sales department at Schenker AG in Essen. She deliberately chose the MBA General Management in order to gain an insight into the various areas of the company such as strategy, marketing, finance and human resources and thus to be even more broadly positioned for her further professional development.


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