With campuses in both Dusseldorf and Vallendar, Germany, the WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is currently in its fourth decade of operation, having opened in 1984. Over the course of that period, the school has established partnerships with close to 200 different schools around the world, giving students the opportunity to enhance their educational experience.
WHU is privately funded and has made great strides during its time as an educational institution to rank among the best when it comes to business schools in Germany. The depth of knowledge within the assembled faculty allows for eager students to gain the type of knowledge needed to thrive in the 21st Century marketplace.
Among the drawing cards when it comes to programs are the three-year bachelor degrees and 18-month master’s programs in either management or finance. Either full or part-time MBA programs are available, with executive education and doctoral programs also in the mix. The Global Executive MBA program is done in partnership with the Kellogg School of Management at North-western University in the United States.