Some MCI Master’s students

MCI Master’s students are given the opportunity to study in a semester abroad at one of MCI’s many partner institutions across the globe. Our graduates enjoy excellent career prospects.

Building on the students’ previous academic education, our four-semester Master’s courses enable them to expand and advance their knowledge of relevant subjects. They learn how to apply their know-how in practice and solve complex issues.

Prospective students may choose from a selection of Master’s programs in business and society, conveying advanced knowledge of business administration, computer sciences, law, health and social sciences.

In addition, the Entrepreneurial School® provides study courses in the promising fields of technology and life sciences. These courses teach comprehensive know-how in process, machine, electrical, and energy engineering.

Multiple applications

Applicants are welcome to apply simultaneously for more than one study program at the MCI as long as they convincingly communicate their motivation for the choices made. In such cases the final choice of program must be made on completion of the admission procedures.

Time model

Full-time (FT)
At MCI, full-time is the traditional mode of study. Lectures and seminars are held on weekdays. Condensed teaching units give students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge of individual subjects.

Part-time (PT)
Many study programs offered at MCI are also available in part-time. Part-time programs are structured in such a way as to enable students to combine a full-time job with intensive study. In both content and scope a part-time program corresponds to a full-time course of study. Lectures and seminars are usually held in a condensed form on Friday afternoons (e.g. between 1.00 and 10.00 p.m.) and Saturdays (from 8.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m.).

Blended learning
Several MCI study programs are based on blended learning. This allows us to complement the flexibility of online distance learning by personal interaction and supervision. Synchronous and asynchronous online sessions are combined with on-campus classes. The mode of study is aided by web conferences, webcasts, podcasts, videos, social media tools, and other innovative formats. The blended learning concept thus facilitates the combination of work and study.


German (GE)
The lectures in courses marked with (GE) are held in German. Some lectures and individual semesters may also be taught in English to promote the students’ acquisition of foreign language skills.

English (EN)
The lectures in courses with the (EN) label are held entirely in English. Applications for English-language Master’s degree courses are accepted in English only.