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Are you thinking about Germany as destination for your international study week? Then you have to come to Mannheim. Discover what studying at Germany’s leading business school is all about. Profit from a world-class faculty and meet business experts from leading global companies in one of the world’s largest economies. Enrich your global perspective and immerse yourself in Germany’s vibrant culture and rich history.
Study trips are short-term group programs specifically customized to the participants’ needs and preferences. Your participants will gain new insights and perspectives through the exchange with corporate experts sharing their firsthand knowledge. On average, study trips last five to seven days. We offer digital and on campus formats.
The MBS Summer School is designed for graduate and advanced undergraduate business students from all over the world. Study at a top-ranked business school in Germany, connect with international classmates online and increase your professional network. Enrich your global perspective and become acquainted with the German economy during an introduction session on day 1.Learn more
Liudmila Gormina, University of St. Gallen
“The Mannheim Summer School module on Big Data was a perfect opportunity for me to get an overview of this current topic and learn how data analysis and machine learning techniques can be used in business and social enterprise.”
The course offered an ideal balance of quantitative and qualitative subjects, making it particularly attractive to business students. I enjoyed the chance to meet people from all over the world with diverse cultural, educational, and professional backgrounds, allowing me to make many valuable additions to my network.
Richard M. Small, Durham University
“The visit to Mannheim Business School was one of the highlights of Durham’s FT MBA program. Our cohort had the opportunity to get immersed into the German culture, learn German business practice, while practicing the language.”
The lecturers, staff, and facilities exceeded expectations. The opportunity to visit the business world’s ‘hidden champions’ provided the cohort managerial and leadership insights that we otherwise would not have had exposure to. This was the feather in the cap to the International Business in Context Module at DUBS.