Munich Business School

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Munich Business School
Type Business school, Private university
Established 1991[1]
Chancellor Nathalie von Seyfried
President Alfred Gossner is elected in Aug. 2017 [2]
Dean Stefan Baldi
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students ~617[5]
Location Munich, Bavaria, Germany
48°08′10″N 11°31′28″E / 48.13611°N 11.52444°E / 48.13611; 11.52444Coordinates: 48°08′10″N 11°31′28″E / 48.13611°N 11.52444°E / 48.13611; 11.52444
Campus Urban
Study programs

Bachelor of Arts in International business;
Master of Arts in International business and Sport business;
Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Doctor of Business Administration (DBA in Cooperation with Sheffield Hallam University)
Colors          Orange and blue
Affiliations FIBAA
Munich Business School 2015

Munich Business School (MBS) is a private international business school located in Munich (Bavaria, Germany). Munich Business School confers degrees exclusively in business administration. It offers one undergraduate Bachelor program, 4 graduate Programs (Masters and MBA), a terminal DBA degree in cooperation[6] with Sheffield Hallam University as well as double degree programs in cooperation with numerous other business schools from around the world. Munich Business School ranks among the top private Business Schools in Germany and in the top 25 performers group regarding internationality and student mobility.[7]


Munich Business School was established in 1991 as part of the European Business Schools International (ebsi) under the name “EBA München” (Europäische Betriebswirtschafts-Akademie München). It became the first state accredited private university in Bavaria in 1999.[8] It was renamed to "Munich Business School" in 2003.[9] Since steadily expanding its programs, adding an MBA in 2005, a sport management Master in 2011 and a DBA Program in 2015.

Accreditation and rankings[edit]

All MBS Programs are accredited by the Bavarian Ministry for Education, Cultural Affairs, Science and the Arts (Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Bildung und Kultus, Wissenschaft und Kunst) and the FIBAA (first accredited in 2007 and re-accredited in 2013[10]). As first private university in Bavaria, Munich Business School has received an institutional accreditation by the German Council of Science and Humanities in 2010, granting it an unlimited state accreditation, and confirmed it in 2015.[11]

2018 2016 2011 2010 2009
Wirtschaftswoche (national university of applied sciences ranking) 6th 7th 6th 8th 9th

Study Programs[edit]

Bachelor International Business[edit]

  • 7 semester full-time program

Master International Business[edit]

Master Sports Business and Communication[edit]

Regent's University London

Master of Business Administration (MBA)[edit]

  • International Management, 3 semester full-time
  • General Management, 4 semester part-time

Doctor of Business Administration[edit]

  • 48 months part-time program

Partner Universities[edit]

Munich Business School partners with over 60 universities worldwide:[12]

Notable lecturers and alumni[edit]

Student Societies[edit]

The vibrant student body of Munich Business School has formed a number of societies:

External links[edit]


  1. ^ "Munich Business School". Regents.
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  3. ^ "Munich Business School".
  4. ^ "Munich Business School website".
  5. ^ Statistisches Bundesamt (PDF)
  6. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2017-04-24. Retrieved 2017-05-03.
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  8. ^ "History - Munich Business School". Retrieved 2017-04-06.
  9. ^ "History - Munich Business School". Retrieved 2017-04-05.
  10. ^ "Accredited programmes - FIBAA - YOUR PARTNER FOR EXCELLENCE IN HIGHER EDUCATION". Retrieved 2017-04-06.
  11. ^ "Acht Entscheidungen in Verfahren der Institutionellen Akkreditierung". (in German). Retrieved 2017-04-06.
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  13. ^ "Philipp BRINKMANN - Chief Executive officer @ Tripsta | crunchbase". Retrieved 2017-09-14.