The Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program WHU Otto Beisheim School of Management
The requirements for an EMBA program are years of professional experience in management and leadership positions. For the Kellogg-WHU Executive MBA Program, at least eight years of professional experience are required after successfully completing the degree. The EMBA program does not train students to become effective managers, but rather serves to develop existing management skills to become more impactful leaders. In addition, you should be up to the challenge of successfully completing your studies alongside full-time employment or self-employment.
The application procedure for an EMBA at WHU is as follows: At the beginning there is an initial 1:1 conversation, where you can find out about expectations and our Admission Team can check your eligibility for the program. If you qualify for the EMBA program, this is followed by the submission of your application. After your application has been reviewed, minimum two further interviews regarding your professional experience will follow. These are conducted by one of our alumni and members of the Admissions Team. Within two weeks, you will then receive a notification from the Admissions Committee by email, followed by enrolment.
Our rigorous curriculum will build upon your existing skillset and knowledge to help you become a strategic leader. Access knowledge applicable to your professional needs and interests, and explore new trends and markets through a wide range of global electives.
Your flexibility with Kellogg-WHU.
Unexpected situations that force you to change your plans can happen at any time. We accommodate you in such situations with a reasonable degree of flexibility. Please always get in touch with us on an individual basis to discuss your options.
Program Tuition Fee
With an EMBA degree you have many opportunities to bring your career to the next level. Many of our alumni move to more senior positions by applying knowledge directly to their job. During the program, however, students not rarely get inspired by their peers decide to found their own business or switch industries.