The Executive MBA has a clear focus on management, highlighting in particular innovation, entrepreneurship and the development of new business models.
Run by the Technische Universität München (TUM) in corporation with UnternehmerTUM, this one-year part-time program offers a combination of outstanding academic management training
and an individual coaching for the startup and innovation projects of the participants. It is primarily at entrepreneurs,
upcoming business founders, and specialists and managers with several years of professional experience.
With our Executive MBA you will...
Have recognised certification of your management
Have a repertoire of entrepreneurial methods of
thinking and practice, useful tools and tried and tested
methods that will help you develop your career.
Be in a position to recognise and capitalise on
opportunities through successful innovation
Be able to develop and implement new business models
and enter new markets with innovation-based business
Format: The 74-day program is
designed to meet the needs of working people and business
founders. The class meets every third week from Thursday to
interdisciplinary teams; constructive participant to lecturer
ratios; project-based work in five modules; three practical
modules carried out under close supervision.
Teaching staff: Professors from
the TUM, UC Berkeley, Imperial College London and other
universities of international renown work with high-profile
figures from the world of business and business consultancy to
pass their knowledge and project experience on to participants.
Project work: You will apply what
you have learned during your studies to a project of your choice.
Experts from UnternehmerTUM will be on hand to provide systematic
supervision and create ideal conditions for developing business
ideas, business fields and startup concepts.
Internationality and exchange: You
will gain international experience by spending time at UC
Berkeley. You will also network with startups, high-tech
companies and venture capitalists based in Silicon Valley.