Our School

We are an innovative business school specialising in management and law. As a state-recognised private school, we provide flexibility, a collaborative working style, and the conveniences of a modern campus. The degree programmes at GGS offer deep, praxis-oriented education to rigorous standards. In addition to subjects of academic specialisation, your personal development is at the focus of our individualised attention.

Your advantage: The Dieter Schwarz Foundation supports programmes at the German Graduate School of Management and Law by awarding attractive scholarships. For the foreseeable future, we support every student we admit with a scholarship from the Dieter Schwarz Foundation. 

What We Stand For

We educate responsible business leaders who go on to make sustainable contributions to corporations and society. We conduct research in accordance with top international standards. We generate knowledge and create added value for business practice.

Your Future in Focus

Our degree programmes and executive education courses are designed to motivate and inspire you to take on responsibility for your company and for society. Develop your personality so you can take on a leadership role at your company. Learn how to assess your own performance and to reflect on the role you play. Then watch your career take off.

Mentoring and Feedback

Continual advising and regular feedback on your academic progress and achievements are at the core of the programme. Our faculty pay close attention to your development, and our ever-growing Alumni Association is at your side. We are all focused on the same goal: your personal growth and your mastery of the necessary leadership and decision-making skills.

Content and Instructional Methods

Our degree programmes focus on learning with a keen eye on the essence of contemporary business practice and market development.

  • Real-Life-Learning: Classroom learning follows a hands-on, real-world approach that draws directly on participants’ work experience. 
  • Case Studies: Students solve case study problems by applying their work experience. Real projects from their work lives form an integral part of their studies.
  • Integrating career and practice: You will write a master’s thesis about a complex issue taken from your own place of work. This scholarly undertaking scrutinizes a relevant business problem and develops effective solutions.