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Mannheim Business School in Germany is revamping its international, full-time MBA - offering four regional tracks for its participants.

The new concept will allow students to select the track that best complements their individual priorities.

Participants will now have a choice over how they wish to study for their MBA. They may either complete the entire programme in Mannheim - the German track or opt for the Eurasian track, the Transatlantic track or the European track.

The new MBA builds on Mannheim’s professional European MBA launched in 2002.

“In comparison to the European MBA we now offer considerably more options with the four tracks to allow people to structure the programme according to their career goals,” says Prof Sabine Kuester, academic director of the programme.

Mannheim Business School at the University of Mannheim was founded in 2005 and has accreditation from both the US -based AACSB and Equis the accrediting arm of the European Foundation for Management Development, based in Brussels.

It has links with schools in Europe, North America and Asia, including the China Europe International Business School (Ceibs) and Thunderbird in the US.


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