Our Master's programme delivers cutting-edge education for an industry steeped in tradition. Students who graduate from EBS with the Master of Science (MSc) in Automotive Management are equipped with the skills to deal with both practical and scientific issues. They are excellent general managers with a strong automotive focus. All doors are open to you: You can choose to pursue academic development, yet at the same time you are qualified to take on strategic responsibilities in today's constantly changing global business world. The automotive industry is your own personal USP!
Basis programme structure
International experience can be gained during the compulsory semester abroad. Learning about international research approaches and teaching methods as well as strengthening intercultural competence are at the focus of this semester.
In addition to the EBS Master of Science degree, students who spend two semesters abroad also have the opportunity to earn a specialist Master's degree or an MBA at one of our partner universities.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
Tuition fees for the Master in Automotive Management programme are 7,950 Euros each semester.
We try to allow excellent candidates access to our studies, regardless of their economic situation. Decisive factors here are performance, motivation and personality. The selection of funding of studies is diverse and often a combination of the different options is useful. To find out which offer best suits you please contact us directly. We are happy to advice you.
|Begin||September or January|
|Length||The Master in Automotive Management programme comprise three semesters (18 months). The first two semesters are spent at EBS and the third semester is completed at one of EBS partner universities abroad.|
As we have a rolling admissions process, we encourage our applicants to apply early. We offer several dates during the whole year for our Personal Master´s Assessment. You will find the application deadlines on our website.
To participate in the admission process, all applicants must submit the following documents:
Personal Master Assessment (PMA)
The PMA comprises of a task-based reading exercise relating to your chosen Master's programme coupled with an interview. During the PMA trained observers will assess the candidate's social skills, motivation and knowledge as well as their reasoning, communication and presentation skills. The PMA lasts one hour for each candidate.