Master of Pharma Business Administration - MBA (part-time)
The Master of Pharma Business Administration is a very innovative MBA program, specifically designed for professionals with a minimum of 2-3 years of postgraduate working experience in the pharmaceutical industry making this program truly unique in Germany. It has been created by the combined expertise of Goethe Business School, the House of Pharma & Healthcare, the Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the Faculty of Biochemistry, Chemistry and Pharmacy of Goethe University.
The MBA program provides:
- a strong foundation in the principles and practice of general management applied to real-world situations in the pharmaceutical context
- state-of-the-art pharmaceutical management knowledge along the pharmaceutical value chain
The part-time program has been developed in such a way that it minimizes the time away from work and can be completed in four semesters only – including bi-weekly classes on Friday afternoons and Saturdays during three semesters and the subsequent master thesis in semester four. Graduates earn a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree awarded from both the AACSB-accredited Faculty of Economics and Business Administration and the Faculty of Biochemistry, Chemistry and Pharmacy at Goethe University.
All classes are taught in English and held in the attractive learning facilities on Goethe Unievrsity's Campus Westend, one of the most modern university campuses in Europe. The program modules are taught by renowned academics with practical experience in collaboration with a network of practitioners offering a wide range of competencies.
At GBS, learning from each other's experiences creates a powerful classroom environment. The program inspires young professionals to achieve managerial excellence and realize their full career potential in the pharmaceutical industry.
For more information please get in contact with the GBS Recruiting & Admissions team or register for one of our Information Sessions which give you the opportunity to learn first-hand about the master program as well as to personally meet and speak with program administrators and faculty.