English-taught Master programs
Anhalt University of Applied Sciences offers international, fully English-taught Master-level programs.
Please contact the individual program’s co-ordinator on issues regarding the application for these programs (preconditions, deadlines etc.). Please consult the following table to find the right contact:
This postgraduate course of training provides the prerequisites for a successful international career. The approach is generalist and international. Students receive solid and current specialised knowledge of economics. The marked relation to practice is extremely formative – and the possibilities of specialisation in international trade are unique. Social skills, team orientation and communication skills play an important role. Students acquire management and leadership skills that are in demand worldwide. The focus is on international marketing and management, services, logistics, foreign trade, business communication and management skills. The course languages are German and English. The very high percentage of foreign participants ensures lively intercultural exchange and far-reaching networking. International projects and stays abroad extend the intercultural skills.
|Exam||Master of Business Administration|
|Course duration||3 Semester (90 Credits)|
|Start of the course||Wintersemester|
|Major fields of study||Full-time MBA programme (3 semesters, 18 months) • Practically oriented curriculum (100% in English) in an intercultural environment • International faculty with excellent academic and corporate experience • Innovative teaching and interactive methods based on real-life case studies • International projects and corporate workshops • Cooperation and exchange programmes with international universities and leading companies (e.g. USA, UK, South Africa, Russia, China) • Accredited by internationally recognized agency (FIBAA)|
|Notes||Application deadline: 15 July|
Fee for learning material
|Accreditation||Degree course accredited by FIBAA bis 2020|
|Department||2 - Economics|
|Academic subject adviser||Prof. Dr. Cornelia Scott|
|Prüfungs- und Studienordnung||30_MA_MTR_PSO_2012_SAE_2013_netz.pdf|