Goethe Business School - Programs


  • "Goethe Executive MBA" in alliance with Duke University's Fuqua School of Business Two international institutions in one program
  • "Executive Master of Finance and Accounting"
  • "Goethe Full Time MBA" In the past, the Goethe FT-MBAs completed internships with organizations such as Deutsche Bank, Merrill Lynch, Grant Thornton, Clifford Chance, Accenture, IBM among many others.
  • Customized corporate educational programs for developing current and future business leaders

The school has established the China Executive Education Center (CEEC), European Supervisor Education Initiative with Deutsche Bundesbank and Central Banker Education (CBE).

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