Transfer-Institut - Business Administration and International Entrepreneurship

Steinbeis University Berlin

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Kalkofenstr. 53
71083 Herrenberg
Germany

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Key competencies

Transfer- and application-oriented project competence studies according to the dual principle

    Corporate Profile

    The Steinbeis-University Berlin (SHB) is a 100 per cent subsidiary of the Steinbeis foundation.


    As a state-recognised, post-graduate, academic university, it offers transfer- and application-oriented project competence studies according to the dual principle. Working on business-related projects is an integral part of all courses of study.


    The MBA programme "International MBA Globalisation Management" supports medium-sized companies to establish international business relations, and it offers young foreign up and coming managers the possibility to acquire an MBA degree and to recommend themselves as future managers in their partner company during the program.


    Web content available in:

    • English
    • German
    • Other languages

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    Products & services


    Services are already offered in

    • Russian Federation
    • Romania
    • Netherlands
    • Latvia
    • China
    • Chile
    • Brazil

    Services can be offered in the following languages

    • German
    • English

    Internationally known certifications/memberships

    State-recognised, private, academic university (part of the Steinbeis foundation). The program is accredited.


    Cooperation partners abroad

    • China, Foreign chamber of commerce, Shanghai, Website: china.ahk.de
    • Wei Ye, Shanghai
    • Yanjing Overseas Chinese University

    Branch offices abroad

    • China, Steinbeis-University Berlin Delegation of German Industry and Commerce, Shanghai, Website: steinbeis-mba.de

    Target groups

    • Young, foreign up and coming managers and German small and medium-sized enterprises (SME's).