The MBA&E at the HTW is a pioneering postgraduate programme with a core management/technology course and three alternative specializations:
- Interdisciplinary Management (IM)
- Automotive Management (AM)
- Lean Management (LM)
- Global Procurement (GP, new in 2016!)
Studying at HTW is a springboard to a job in Germany
The curriculum combines traditional MBA content with technology in order to create a programme with a competitive advantage. The programme is very practice oriented and contains projects, excursions and company visits.
IM Programme and its features
The IM specialization is targeted mainly for students with technical backgrounds and ambitions – or experiences – in project management. The key overall learning goal of this specialization is the management of complex technical projects.
AM Programm and its features
The new AM specialization prepares both technical and non-technical learners for a career in the automotive sector. In this specialization, the students will learn about both technical and market aspects of automotive management.
LM Programme and its features
The LM specialization focuses on Lean methodologies for waste reduction and productivity improvements in both manufacturing and business adminstration process.
GP Programme and its features
The GP specialization gives the student skills in planning, implementing and controlling international procurement projects and contracts.
A further focus of the programme is international teamwork. You will be solving business problems in teams of students, of whom over 80% come from numerous foreign countries all over the world. The MBA&E provides you with a challenging, yet friendly environment to learn business skills that are vital regardless of your choice of career.
The MBA&E is a small and dynamic programme backed up by the resources and facilities of the HTW Berlin – a university of about 13,000 students. All MBA&E members will enjoy the services of a dedicated and professional programme office. All services ranging from administrative assistance to academic and personal counselling, career seminars and networking are available in English.
The HTW Berlin – the largest University of Applied Sciences in Berlin
The HTW Berlin is one of the youngest universities in Germany. It was established in 1994, though the roots of the college go a long way back to year 1874. Currently the university has about 13.000 students, taught in over 70 bachelor’s and master’s programmes. The HTW offers an impressive range of study programmes in five different departments spanning fields from engineering, computer science and economics, to culture and design. All departments are supported by central services such as libraries, career services, international office and university sports.