All courses are held in English. Services from the programme office are available in English. The Master's thesis is to be written in English.
German courses are available to international students.
The tuition fees total 12,500 EUR for the complete programme.
The MBA&E is a special programme intended for anyone interested in a technically oriented management career. The graduates' target positions include project, process and product management, and other interface-type management positions. Most often, the graduated MBA&Es work at multinational companies and in international environments.
Our highest priority is to provide support for students' professional advancement. The MBA&E benefits from its lecturers' and partners' experience and provides a clear-cut balance between management skills, technological skills, and a specialisation option (choice between Interdisciplinary Management, Automotive Management, Lean Management, Global Procurement, and Global Leadership in Engineering).
The Interdisciplinary Management (IM) specialisation teaches skills which enable our graduates to provide effective support in any interdisciplinary projects. This also covers the ability to analyse complex customer requirements and to deliver the expected results as the manager or member of an interdisciplinary team. The curriculum combines project management with interdisciplinary technical themes.
The Automotive Management (AM) specialisation prepares students for a broad variety of technical management positions in the automotive sector. In one of the leading automotive manufacturing countries, graduates will have a supportive environment to gain the skills needed to enter the automotive industry. The graduates of this specialisation meet a growing global demand for innovative and responsible automotive experts. The specialisation contains both technical and management topics in the automotive sector, producing graduates with versatile skill sets.
In the Lean Management (LM) specialisation, the students become proficient in designing efficient business operations based on the lean principles of reduced waste and high customer value. As lean principles are applied not only in manufacturing but also in services, this new specialisation accepts students with diverse backgrounds. The curriculum covers the application of lean principles in both operations and administration settings.
The Global Procurement (GP) specialisation prepares the students for positions in international procurement and supply chain management organisations. They will learn how to identify and assess markets and suppliers, plan and execute procurement initiatives and administrate and control supply relationships. In the courses, the students learn a broad variety of relevant skills and their application.
Finally, the new Global Leadership in Engineering (GLE) specialisation emphasises the development of personal, intercultural, and managerial skills and technical knowledge about international standards as well as competencies to manage engineering and production in international contexts. The programme prepares graduates to operate successfully in multiple and dynamic environments and to take up leadership responsibility in a global workplace. This specialisation programme is intended for students who have already acquired their first leadership experiences, preferably in an international context.