FIBAA Accredited Programme The Master of Business Engineering® Entrepreneurship can be compared with a MBA programme. Yet there are two decisive differences:
  • Firstly, the programme combines management science, business administration, law and economics with technology and engineering.
    In addition there is a strong emphasis on developing the social skills necessary for being a successful entrepreneurial leader of change and Innovation.
    Thus, the MBE® Entrepreneurship gives perfect support to all who are engaged in real high tech projects.
  • Secondly, and utterly important, the MBE® Entrepreneurship is about the engineering of new and innovative businesses. Its aim is creation, not mere administration.

Who gains most

  • Those who have a background in natural sciences, engineering, data sciences, medicine, or industrial design eager to run a start-up or a young company in tech driven high competitive environment.
  • Those who have a business background and are eager to run a science-based, life sciences, circular economy, or an IIoT start-up or young company.
  • Those who want to incorporate the methods, skills, and the culture of Entrepreneurial Innovation and Leadership into the DNA of their company.
If you want to build lasting Next Gen Businesses your right with us.

Facts & Figures

Who can apply? Graduates of universities, colleges of applied science, and dual universities or equivalent institutions who have already completed a technical, economic, business-technical, natural science, medical, or industrial design degree (engineers, industrial engineers, business economists, information technology professionals, natural scientists, etc.) or are near completion of their degree.
Students are assigned to the categories of engineer, natural scientist, or economist based on the content and focus of their first degree.
Contents (inter alia) The MBE® Entrepreneurship contains all start-up related subjects of the CEE Course (see here for Details).
In addition the following subjects are covered, among others:
Professional expertise
  • For engineers/natural scientists:
    • Economics & Law
    • Marketing & Entrepreneurship
    • Accounting & Corporate Finance
    • Strategy
  • for economists:
    • Technology
    • Production & Production Management
    • Strategy
Social skills:
  • Leadership & Competencies (excerpt):
    • Human Resources Management
    • Development of Competencies
    • Personality
Methodological expertise:
  • Project Management and Organization & Business Culture (excerpt):
    • Methods of Project Planning and Management
    • Information Management
    • Business Ethics
International competencies:
  • International Marketing
  • International Management
All modules, their content, and specializations are described in the study and examination regulations.
Degree SHB | Steinbeis University BerlinAfter students have successfully completed the programme, Steinbeis University Berlin awards them the nationally recognized and internationally FIBAA-accredited degree Master of Business Engineering.
For completion of the MBE® degree program, 120 credit points are awarded according to the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS). Together with the first career-qualified degree of at least 180 credit points, this fulfills the formal prerequisites for admission to a doctoral degree program (a total of 300 credits).
Course Language English - lectures and workshops on certain topics such as Law and Taxes are held in German.
Beginning The programme starts in April and in September regularly. Please check the programme calendar for latest information on the scheduling of certain workshops and modules. However, economists can only begin in September because the technology modules are offered only once a year.
Regardless of when the seminars start, project work can start anytime, so you can flexibly plan your studies.
Structure and Duration The program takes a total of 24 months. The required skills and competencies are taught in 17 seminar weeks. Of these, some seminar weeks are held abroad at our internationally renowned partner universities.
One seminar week usually lasts six days, from Monday through Saturday.
During all seminar modules, obligatory tests are taken. Tests take the form of written examinations, case studies, presentations, and transfer projects.
Venue Seminars in Germany take place in Berlin, in SHB’s seminar rooms, or in Dresden (technical modules), in cooperation with our partner university TU Dresden.
The seminars abroad are held in cooperation with these partner universities:
  • Indiana University – Kelley School of Business (Bloomington, USA)
  • Jönköping University – Jönköping International Business School (Jönköping, Sweden)
  • Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology (Tokio, Japan)
Admission requirements The following prerequisites must be met for admission to the program:
  • Good to excellent results in completing an economic, technical, business-technical, natural science, medical, or industrial design degree programme (university, college of applied sciences, or dual university program)
  • Upper-intermediate to advanced German and English language skills (at least B2-Level)
  • Successful completion of the admission test
  • A challenging project at a partner start-up or company (facilitated by The Werk, sought on the applicant’s own initiative or brought by the applicant)
Investment With the fellowship, students pay no tuition. This is borne by the relevant partner company. Fellows receive a fixed salary through the duration of the programme.
The regular registration fee is € 36,000 — covering tuition, course material, access to online collaboration environment, and examination fees.
Payment All tuition fees are due in full at registration. You have not finished registration until your tuition has been paid in full. You can pay your fees before you register if you wish. If you give up before completing the course at any time a/o before finishing your exam no reimbursement will be made. Any enquires regarding payment should be made to the accounting dept. (