Munich Business School

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Munich Business School
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Type Private
Established 1991[1]
President Dr. Rudolf Gröger
Dean Prof. Dr. Stefan Baldi
Academic staff
Administrative staff
Students ~400[2]
Undergraduates ~
Postgraduates ~
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
Colours Orange and blue
Munich Business School 2015

The Munich Business School (MBS) is a private university of applied science located in Munich (Bavaria, Germany).[3] The MBS confers degrees in Business Administration and was ranked in 2004 as one of the leading private Business Schools in Germany.[4]

The school was founded in 1991[5] (at that time named Europäische Betriebswirtschaftsakademie) by the European Business Schools International (ebsi) and became state accredited private university in Bavaria in 1999.[6] In 2003 the school was renamed Munich Business School and adopted the new Bachelor and Master system.[7] Two years later a 24-month Executive MBA program was introduced. In addition, Bachelor programs focusing on Russian, East and Middle Asian markets are offered. All study courses are FIBAA accredited. MBS has a matriculation of more than 600 students. Since its founding MBS has had more than 1000 graduates.[8]


2011 2010 2009
Wirtschaftswoche (national university of applied sciences ranking) 6th 8th 9th
Times of India (global university ranking) 79th

International Collaboration[edit]

Munich Business School partners with universities worldwide:

Student Societies[edit]

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

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