As an Entrepreneurial University®, MCI combines science, business and consulting to create a unique concept. It stands for internationality, academic quality, practical relevance, innovation, close cooperation with industry, solution-oriented research and development, first-class infrastructure, high customer and service orientation and international reputation.
We attach great importance to practical relevance and networking.
Studying at The Entrepreneurial School® not only means quality in content, a high degree of internationality and excellent acceptance on the job market, but also close cooperation with national and international industry. MCI professors, business executives, guest lecturers from all over the world and recognized experts from science, consulting and the liberal professions ensure that theory and practice are synergistically combined.
With 3400 students from 55 countries; teachers from 37 nations and over 270 partner universities around the world, MCI is one of the most international universities in Europe.
English as a second working language is an integral part of every course of study at MCI. Eleven study programmes are conducted entirely in English; integrated stays abroad and 17 joint, double and multiple-degree agreements with renowned universities support the consolidation of content and the development of intercultural skills.
With its scientific approach, practical relevance, commitment to performance, internationality, professional service and consistent quality work, MCI has clearly positioned itself in the international university landscape in recent years.
Ongoing top results in accreditations, surveys and rankings confirm the high quality and acceptance of MCI; strengthen its international reputation and create commitment and trust. The accreditation of the prestigious AACSB makes MCI one of the world's most renowned business schools.
We offer innovative courses with a future.
Ongoing innovation is the basis of all activities at the Entrepreneurial University®. This is reflected, not only in the selection of future-oriented study programs in the fields of economics, society, technology and life sciences, but also in the modern and didactically superior form of teaching.