WHU - Otto Beisheim School of Management 

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Date of Establishment


University Status

Private (state-approved)




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Business Management

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Physical, Virtual


The WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management is a German business school with campuses in Vallendar and Düsseldorf, Germany. WHU was founded in 1984. For the second year in a running, WHU's Otto Beisheim School of Management has solidified its place among Europe's top 20 international business schools and consistently ranks among the top German business schools. Offering academic programs and executive education, and adhering to the ideals of community, cosmopolitanism, entrepreneurship, and quality with courage and conviction, WHU is accredited by EQUIS, AACSB, and FIBAA. At WHU, there are 2082 students total, including PhD candidates. The faculty of WHU is divided into six groups: finance and accounting, economics, management, entrepreneurship, marketing and sales, and supply chain management. There are 59 professors (including assistant professors), roughly 230 staff members, and 222 partner universities in these departments. One of the best and most well-known business schools in Germany, the WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management has a strong reputation both domestically and abroad. A proper training concept is always provided by the academic programs for executives. WHU offers numerous study programs. The language of instruction for the bachelor's program is English or German, while all master's programs are taught entirely in English. The tuition fee for bachelor programs is around 7,900 Euros per semester up to 34,800 euros for the masters programs.

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