Combining expertise in Management and Digitalization from academia and practice

The program is taught by outstanding faculty selected from the pool of cooperating universities with a prestigious international reputation for their thought-leading teaching and research. It combines theory with market-relevant applications. The faculty is complemented with prominent innovation-oriented practitioners from other leading institutions.

To ensure an expedient interaction between high-level academic contents taught and innovative up-to-date practical standards in view of the digital revolution, we employ a tandem model comprising faculty from both academia and practice. The faculty with the best fit for each module is chosen from the large pool of Goethe University FrankfurtTechnische Universität Darmstadt and the University of Kassel, Frankfurt’s innovation hub institutions (e.g., Tech Quartier and Goethe University Business Incubator Frankfurt am Main) as well as the wider House of IT network.


Dr. Anja Weigt

Associate Managing Director | Director Master Programs

+49 69 798 33528

Despite the variety of university programs currently focusing on IT and digitization, a program designed for promising professionals offering a structured approach to apply management tools in a digital context is still missing. We plan to fill this gap and offer an outstanding MBA program with the best of both worlds – academia and professional practice. Collaboration with three renowned universities gives us access to faculty with a wide range of specializations. As internationally recognized experts in their fields, they can make a crucial contribution to the development of future digital leaders. From an entrepreneurial standpoint, the academic view is complemented by hands-on practitioners who ensure the program’s relevance to real-world business.

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