MBA students are prepared for management roles through practical experience, internationality and individual coaching.

Practical applicability, international focus, individual coaching –while still working full time. This summer semester, managers and aspiring managers can gain a diverse set of skills through the part-time MBA General Management course at ISM.

“Our students come from a wide variety of subject backgrounds, including IT, chemistry and HR management. Some of them are even self employed,” explains study advisor Ramona Schulte. “The course provides knowledge and understanding of business management that can be applied in a wide variety of careers.” The minimum requirement for admission is that the students have at least two or three years of professional experience.

During the course, the four integrated overseas modules take the MBA students to partner universities in the USA, Brussels, India and Hong Kong. An international feel is also created on the home campus in Dortmund by the lectures, which are conducted fully in English. The students are additionally supported through individual supervision by a team of professional coaches. “It’s about progressing and advancing both your career and your personality,” says Schulte. “What suits me best? What is ideal for me? Many students have already found an answer to these exact questions during the MBA.”

Prospective students can discover whether the MBA course is the right choice for them from the comfort of their own home. Ramona Schulte and the course administrator Prof. Dr. Silke Finken will present the structure and contents of the course in a webinar on 22 January. Those interested can apply by email to Diese E-Mail-Adresse ist vor Spambots geschützt! Zur Anzeige muss JavaScript eingeschaltet sein! by 18 January.