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You can earn your Southeast Missouri State University M.B.A. degree plus a M.A.I.B.E. (Masters of Arts in International Business and Economics) from the Schmalkalden University of Applied Sciences, Germany. And you can complete both in as little as 2 years.
A similar program is available at the University of Applied Sciences, Aachen.
COURSEWORK IS IN ENGLISH - no German language skills are required!
Tuition waiver scholarships are available for the German coursework, and you can spend as little as one semester in Germany and meet the residency requirements, although 2 semesters in Germany is recommended.
Think what completion of two graduate degrees will do for your resume. Your geographic job barriers will expand beyond the U.S.
Contact MBA@semo.edu for more information or visit our offices:
In Cape Girardeau; see Dr. Peter Gordon or Dr. Ken Heischmidt, Dempster 246
In Schmalkalden; see Prof. Dr. Peter Schuster, 3rd Floor, Building C.
In Aachen; see Oliver Fuchs, Vice Dean, Faculty of Business, Eupener Strasse 70.
|Housing||$250 - $300 a month (including utilities)|
|Living Expenses||Meals in the Mensa (cafeteria) are about $4 for a huge plage. If you cook other meals in your apartment, you can likely feed yourself for about $200 - $250 a month|
The Harrison College of Business and Computing MBA association may have an airfare scholarship available to active members in the organization. Make sure you are an active member during your semesters at SEMO in order to be eligible to apply for this scholarship.
Other scholarships may be available for overseas study through various departments in the HCB - check with the department for availability and also with Student Financial Services.
For your first 2 semesters at SEMO; you should enroll in a special year-long section of BA657 during your last semester of SEMO coursework (typically in the summer following your first 2 semesters at SEMO) See Dr. Gordon for details of this. (This enrollment should keep your SEMO email and library access available while you are overseas)
You will receive a tuition waiver for your semester(s) in Germany
You will also receive a scholarship of $1500 for your first semester in Germany. If you stay a second semester, you may also be eligible for an additional $500 scholarship.
Under current rules, you may be obligated to pay for one hour of GR699 in the semester in which you plan to graduate.
You will still be eligible for the tuition waiver mentioned above for all classes
taken in Germany.
You should also enroll in BA657 as outlined above.