Munich Business School
Elsenheimerstraße 61, 80687 München, Germany
Rating: 4.6
Rated count: 46

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5 thoughts on “Munich Business School”
  1. Terrible student office service.
    I sent mail for verify whether eligible requirement for applying MBA course. And they promised me to reply after checking with department national education but still no response over a year even of after couple of mailing.

  2. For me, Munich Business School was a real game-changer. In addition to receiving a top-notch education that has advanced my profession, I also got the chance to become fully immersed in a lively and dynamic community of like-minded people from all over the world. From the curriculum to the extracurricular activities, the school’s dedication to diversity and inclusion was clear, and I genuinely felt like I belonged in a caring and supportive community that wanted me to achieve. The school’s location in Munich was also a major asset because it gave students plenty of chances to explore the city and take advantage of everything it had to offer. All in all, Munich Business School was a truly transformative experience that I will never forget.

  3. I thoroughly enjoyed my stay at MBS and got practical knowledge on a variety of areas because the majority of the sessions were interactive. I met people from other cultures and developed some wonderful friendships that I treasure to this day. The class size is rather small (possibly because I was in the first batch of students for the module MA IMBM), allowing you to be more engaged and involved.

  4. The MBS is a great choice for anyone who wants to study international business in Munich. I did the English track and I would recommend it. The classes are relatively small, allowing you to be more interactive with the content and ask your professors questions. This is something I personally valued heavily as it helps you progress through the lectures well. Most of the professors have jobs in their respective fields which makes their teaching more interesting, as they often link the content with how it is applied in the real world. Overall I would recommend the MBS if international business is the course you want to study.

  5. I have been studying at Munich Business School for 4 semesters in the Master Sports Business and Communication. This year I graduate.
    The studies went super smooth and I always felt well supported by the university/lecturers. We have been a small class, which secures an intense learning experience and close exchange with the lecturers and fellow students.
    This made it possible to go fast trough the learning material and also give difficult topics more time.
    During covid the university directly switched into online learning, we all have bee introduced to the technique and it went super smooth.
    The learning material is offered in a really clear online virtual campus, the students have access to all the time.
    The course of studies in general was super practical oriented with many actual sports cases and cool interesting popular guest speakers.
    You feel like being part of a big family, even after your studies, and you can build up a huge network to so many interesting people/personalities.
    I am really glad, I have had the chance to study at MBS.

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