Otto Beisheim School of Management WHU
City: Düsseldorf, Vallendar
As you would expect from any top business school, WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is triple-accredited, ranked as one of the best in Europe and can call upon a huge network of alumni and partner schools from all over the world. Yet that’s only scratching the surface when it comes to the wealth of career possibilities, lifetime network of contacts and unforgettable travel experiences that this Dusseldorf-based institution provides its graduates with.
Rankings and accreditations are one thing, but WHU can also point to the amazing success rates for the thousands of graduates that pass through its doors each year: on average their MBA students more than doubled their salary post-graduation. The school has achieved results like this through world-class teaching, long-term partnerships with global employers as well as a dedicated MBA Career Center that provides students with individualized career support every step of the way of their journey.
Their MBA program comes in two forms: the 12-month full-time option and 24-months part-time. You’ll study at the school’s Düsseldorf campus, located on the banks of the River Rhine in one of Germany’s most diverse and cultured cities. The other MBA program is the Executive MBA – a joint program with the Kellogg School of Management in Illinois. It’s seen as one of the most prestigious programs in the world and you’ll have the opportunity to immerse yourself in the business culture of 5 different countries across 7 campuses during the course.
MBA Programs offered by Otto Beisheim School of Management WHU:
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the formats in which WHU MBA programs are delivered?
Students can choose from two study formats taught in English based on their personal situation and preference: The 12-month Full-time MBA and the 24-month Part-time MBA Program takes place on two weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) per month.
Are WHU MBA programs highly ranked?
According to The Financial Times Global MBA Rankings 2020, WHU MBA Program is nr 1 in Germany and nr 20 in Europe. This outstanding rating further demonstrates our alumni’s satisfaction with the effectiveness of WHU career services in terms of career counselling, personal development, networking events, internship search and recruitment, and distinguishes the WHU MBA Career Center as the #1 in Germany.
What are WHU graduates' perspective on their career perspectives?
- On average, students more than doubled (106% increase) their pre-MBA income
- Over 82% of our students secured top positions within three months of graduation
- 89% changed either function, industry, or location
What companies do actively recruit WHU MBA graduates?
ABB, Accenture, AlixPartners, Amazon, Aurubis, BASF, Bayer, Benteler, Camelot Management Consultants, Capgemini Consulting, Deloitte Financial Advisory, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Henkel, Huawei,Infosys, innogy Consulting, KPMG, Microsoft, mm1, Trivago, UBS, Vodafone
Are WHU campuses reopening again?
We are pleased to announce that we will be able to welcome our MBA students back on campus and offer courses in person starting from July 1. We will be able to hold classes with up to 50 students. Students who are unable to join in person due to travel restrictions, or prefer to not travel for individual reasons, will be able to participate online for the interim. We remain very optimistic that when the new semester starts in late August, we will also be able to welcome the new intake on campus and hold classes in a hybrid format.
What are WHU students earning?
Our students embark on an MBA to change and further their career, gaining essential experience to take their professional achievements to the next level. We accompany students on a journey of personal development, international experience, and networking to deliver them to their career aspirations. The dedicated MBA Career Center team provides tailored support along the way, helping 89% of the 2017 graduating class successfully change their job function, industry, or location, and supporting 82% of them in securing top positions within three months of graduation. For Marieke Otto, MBA Class of 2017, the program supported her transition into consultancy at AlixPartners. “The Career Center’s support was invaluable,” said Marieke. “The personal coaching sessions, company presentations, and interview trainings were particularly helpful.”
MBA graduates from WHU are assets to the business world and we’re proud to say the business world thinks so too. On average, the 2017 graduating class were financially rewarded in their new roles with salaries more than double their pre-MBA income; our 2017 graduates went on to an average post-MBA salary increase of an incredible 106%.