Apply now for the Part-Time MBA program. Applications may be submitted from December 1 until August 15.
Find out more about the application process:
24 months (part-time)
Start of study program
Start of German-language course
December 1 until August 15
Up to 35 students
Master of Business Administration (MBA)
(work experience < 2 years: Master of Arts)
by Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH)
EUR 22,000 in total
Our MBA program in Technology Management is designed for part-time study in Hamburg, Germany. Classes are held in the evenings, on weekends, and at two four-week “spring schools” in March and February of the first and second years respectively.
For students already employed in industry up to 5 working days a year may count as educational leave (“Bildungsurlaub”). Since our MBA program is demanding, please consider involving your employer in your postgraduate education. You will start with a challenging first semester, but the workload decreases after the first spring school. Semester dates are set in advance to allow for long-term planning.
You can study for a master’s in technology management at the NIT either part-time or as a postgrad while working on your doctoral dissertation. That is why non-EU international applicants require a residence permit; a student visa is insufficient. Applicants from the European Union (and from Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway) do not require a visa due to freedom of movement provisions
Please submit all documents via email@example.com.
Please fill out the application form (PDF)
A one to two page summary of your academic and professional career is required. A standardized format is not needed but you should make sure that your CV includes your qualifications, special achievements as well as your foreign language and programming skills.
Bachelor's degree certificate
Bachelor's degree certificate or equivalent, including your aggregate mark or grade point average. If your final degree certificate is not yet available, you need to submit an official provisional degree certificate or an official letter of your registrar, dean or academic supervisor, listing the remaining subjects and, if possible, the prospective grades as well as the prospective final grade average.
Transcript of records
Complete university transcript of records (semester mark sheets), listing your subjects and grades.
Proof of English language proficiency
Please note that all applicants whose native language is not English must submit a valid proof of proficiency in English, even though English might be an official language in their home country and even though their previous education might have been conducted in English language. Valid means that any certificate may not be older than two years. Candidates must prove their proficiency in English by one of the following tests:
If necessary other certificates can be recognised. Please contact us!
Statement of purpose
The statement of purpose (max. two pages) should include your reasons to pursue the Technology Management program at the NIT and your future career plans.
2 Letters of recommendation
The letters of recommendation should be issued by faculty members acquainted with the applicant's work in the major area of undergraduate study. If that work occurred some time ago, recommendations from those supervisors familiar with the applicant's professional performance are acceptable as well. Please upload the letters of recommendation in one pdf. Referees may also send the letters of recommendation directly to the NIT (firstname.lastname@example.org). In that case, please instruct the referees to indicate your name and your TUHH application number in the subject heading of the email. Please leave the upload field empty, if you do not have your letters of recommendation yet or if your referee wants to submit the document directly to the NIT.
Download NIT's standardized letters of recommendation (PDF)
If applicable: Proof of work experience
If you have already acquired 24 months of professional experience after obtaining your Bachelor's degree (and before starting the Technology Management program) you will graduate from the Technology Management program with an MBA (applicants with less than two years work experience graduate with a Master of Arts (MA)). Please provide a letter from your employer(s) confirming the entry date, leaving date and the amount of working hours per week of your tenure.
The admission process at the NIT is conducted by an admission committee based on the documents supplied with your application and by a personal interview.
At the NIT, we admit 30 to 35 new students every year to our Technology Management class. Due to a limited number of places, we recommend you to submit your application early before the final deadline. We use a rolling admission system so that admission can be declared before the deadline.
Promising candidates will be invited to an interview with the admissions committee – either in person at the NIT or via Skype.
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