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The Mannheim Master in Sustainability and Impact Management is a part-time degree program. The admission requirements are a first academic degree such as a bachelor’s degree, work experience, and very good English skills (level B2).
We invite you to contact us now or attend one of our Mannheim Master in Sustainability and Impact Management information events.
The application must be submitted in a merged pdf file. There is one exception though: Please send us your photo as a jpg file or in a similar format as a separate file.
It is highly recommended to get in touch with the Admissions Manager to discuss your eligibility and profile for the MSIM program.
The regular tuition fee is €32,000, we offer the Mannheim Master in Sustainability & Impact Management in its fourth year at the introductory price of €27,000.
Our participants have full access to the Mannheim Business School IT infrastructure (including Wi-Fi and the intranet), the library (including databases) and the sports facilities of the University of Mannheim free of charge.
Travel expenses and accommodation are not included.
The application fee of €99 is not refundable.
An initial payment of €3,000 shall become due within 14 days of signing the contract.
You can find a detailed payment information in the payment info sheet in our download section below.
Early Bird Intake 2024
If you apply by our second Early Bird reduction deadline (March 31, 2024), you will benefit from a € 1,500 reduction of your tuition fee.
If you apply by our third Early Bird reduction deadline (April 30, 2024), you will benefit from a € 500 reduction of your tuition fee.
You will find the application form in the download section below.
English language certificate:
The following are considered sufficient proof of proficiency:
Please answer each of the two following questions for up to 2 minutes. The video should be transmitted via WeTransfer and have an overall maximum duration of about 4 minutes.