Are you curious how to deal with business challenges in the era of big data? Become a leader of tomorrow and apply for the brand-new Mannheim Master in Business Research (MMBR)!

The brand-new Mannheim Master in Business Research (MMBR) is a consecutive Master’s degree program, culminating in the academic degree Master of Science (M.Sc.). The MMBR Marketing track is a quantitatively oriented program with a clear focus on quantitative marketing research. The program is ideal for

  • excellent students who would like to prepare for a structured PhD program at the Center for Doctoral Studies in Business Research (CDSB), which is supported by the Excellence Initiative.
  • Bachelor graduates striving for a non-academic career in a quantitative area of business, finance, management or marketing.

Download here more information about the MMBR Marketing track. The MMBR Marketing track is offered completely in English language and open for international students. All students are prepared optimally for an international career, both in the academic and non-academic field. The MMBR distinguishes itself through a strong and above average focus on research. The program offers an ideal preparation for a structured PhD program as offered by the Center for Doctoral Studies in Business. MMBR graduates can abbreviate the PhD program offered by the CDSB by one year and will use their Master thesis as a research proposal.

Questions? Please feel free to ask all of them!

Prof. Dr. Florian Stahl (

For further information about the MMBR program please contact Ms. Natalie Holm (E-mail

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Last week we have met with the representatives of the Dean’s office and the Mannheim Business School. We have adressed the current problems with regards to limited course capacities, as well as limited seminar places in the Management Area of the MMM. We are happy to announce that as a short-term measure Prof. Woywode will offer six additional places for his seminar this semester. If you are interested, please hand in your application until this Friday (25.09.15).
More detailed information on the seminar can be found here:…/graduate/man-770-research-seminar