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WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Otto Beisheim School of Management

Address: Burgpl. 2, 56179 Vallendar, Germany

Description WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Otto Beisheim School of Management

  • Location: Wallendar, Germany
  • Year of foundation: 1984
  • Language of instruction: German, English
  • Type of training: mixed.

Otto Beisheim School of Management (WHU) is a private management school No. 1, accredited by EQUIS, AACSB and FIBAA, associations of the MBAprogram, business school development and the system for improving the quality of education. The University is located in two cities: Wallendar and Düsseldorf.

About 1500 students study here annually, disciplines are taught by a number of specialists among 57 people. The University has a partnership agreement with 212 leading universities in the world.

The missions of the School of Management are excellence in management education, a cosmopolitan receptivity cultivated by promoting diversity and internationality. The goal of the university is always to show courage and commitment.

Programs, courses and tuition/boarding fees, prices in WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Otto Beisheim School of Management

Program name
Date
Age
Cost
Annual
22+
from 35 000 € / year
Annual
22+
from 3 000 € / semester

Accommodation, housing and food

Accommodation options provided by the university:

  • Private apartment Wohnungsmarkt WHU
  • Private Residences
  • Apartments for rent for exchange students.

Private apartments are searched by agents of the educational institution at the request of the student. The University has a cooperation agreement with private individuals - owners of apartment buildings.

Hostels in Wallendar:

  • Campus Krautkrämer: 29 apartments for exchange students. The premises are fully equipped with appliances for a comfortable stay. Price per semester: 1500-1600€ depending on the size of the apartment.
  • Heerstraße: 8 single rooms for exchange students. Monthly fee: 475-590€.
  • Hamacher: apartments for single and family (double) accommodation. Price per semester: 370-740€.
  • Höhrerstraße:accommodation of up to 80 students in one-room and two-room apartments. Monthly cost of accommodation: 425-530€ depending on the size of the apartment and the number of cohabitants.
  • Humboldthöhe:more than 20 apartments for students of the School of Management. Accommodation is expected in one-, two- and three-room apartments with private bathrooms and kitchens. Cost per month per person: from 430 to 550 €.
  • Krummgasse: 4 single and 1 double apartment with separate kitchenettes and bathrooms. Price per month: 520-550€ per person.
  • Löhrstraße: 6 single apartments with bathrooms and kitchens. Price per month per person: 560-610€.
  • SmartFlats Goethestraße: 48 separate single apartments. Cost per person per month: 505-540€.

The cost of monthly accommodation includes utility bills, Internet. All dormitory buildings accept only non-smoking students.

Events WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Otto Beisheim School of Management

Students can participate in clubs of interest – more than 30 initiative organizations in the fields of sports, music, art, social events. Many students take an active part in the WHUSH Foundation – a volunteer movement founded in 2004. The Foundation helps financially and physically – organizes charity performances, helps residents of different countries in difficult life situations. For example, thanks to the material assistance of WHUSH, one of the Indian schools was able to finance educational programs, nutrition and medicine for its students. More than half of WHUstudents have already taken part in thisproject.

Equipment WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Otto Beisheim School of Management

The Wallendar Campus is a UNESCO-protected site in the Middle Rhine Valley. On campus are located:

  • Educational buildings
  • Library – more than 35,000 books, journals and databases in different languages
  • Medical Center
  • Dining room and self-service food courts.

The campus in Düsseldorf is famous for its large selection of recreation and sports sections due to its location almost in the city center. There are MBAtrainingprograms, several departments of business and management.

Term dates, timetable and extra fees

The academic year is divided into two semesters:

  • Autumn: September 1-December 31
  • Spring: March 1-August 31.

The beginning of the introductory week for applicants is August 30.

The dates of study for full-time and part-time MBA programs are flexible and tailored to the individual requirements of the student.

Academic year dates for exchange students:

  • Fall semester: September 1-December 17, mandatory orientation: August 26-27
  • Spring semester: January 10-April 29, mandatory orientation: January 6-7.

In each semester from 5 to 7 disciplines, each of them contains 24-30 hours of lectures.

Performance rating scale:

  • 1.0-1.5 – very good
  • 1.6-2.5 – good
  • 2.6-3.5 – satisfactory
  • 3.6-4.0 – enough
  • 5.0 – unsatisfactory.

Most of the courses are taught in English, 20% of additional disciplines are taught in German.

Additional monthly expenses for students:

  • residence
  • Mobile communication – about 30€
  • Meals – from 200€
  • Local transport – 70-100€
  • Recreation & Sports
  • Medical insurance – from 50€.

Entry requirements, assessment and extra fees, how to apply, what is required to enrol, conditions, entry tests and exams

Upon admission, future bachelors and masters will need:

  • Letter of enrollment (approved electronic application sent on September 1 or October 1, issued on the official website of the university)
  • Medical insurance
  • Passports (foreign and of your own country)
  • visa
  • bank account.

Package of documents:

  • Abitur qualification (subject), IB or A-Levels
  • High level of knowledge of the English language on one of the tests: TOEFL iBT (from 95 points), TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition (from 95 points), TOEFL ITP (from 587 points), IELTS (from 6.5 points), Cambridge C1 Advanced Certificate (minimum Grade C)
  • Motivation letter and resume.

Applications submitted after March 15 are paid = 50€.

After the final selection, the applicant will have:

  • Written test
  • Online presentation and questions based on personality and motivation
  • Individual interview.

To enter the MBA program, you will need:

  • First academic degree (bachelor)
  • Minimum two years of professional experience
  • Completed online application for admission
  • Letter of recommendation from the supervisor from the previous place of study
  • GMAT score (at least 600) or GRE
  • Level of knowledge of English – TOEFL (minimum 100 iBT)/IELTS (from 7.0 points).

Scholarships WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management, Otto Beisheim School of Management

Financial assistance provided by the university:

  • Free BAföG places for study are provided by 15% of German students on a personal application
  • Refusal of partial tuition fees for students in difficult financial conditions
  • Scholarships for women – 20% of tuition fees with good academic performance
  • Global IB scholarships – partial repayment of tuition fees (20%) for IB graduate students from Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East and South America
  • Payments for outstanding academic success
  • Special loan program with low interest rates to pay for tuition
  • "Reverse generation contract" - payment for tuition after graduation. Contributions for study will be required in the next 10 years annually.

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