Munich Campus

Maria-Theresia-Strasse 15
81675 Munich

IESE’s Munich campus enjoys life in a city renowned as one of the best business hubs in Europe. It is right in the city center and is just 30 minutes from Munich-Franz Josef Strauss international airport. The campus was inaugurated in 2015 and was the first international business school to put its roots down in the country.

The Munich campus, designed by the famous architect André Behncke, was the culmination of IESE’s activity in Germany which dates back to 2005, with the launch of the Advanced Management Program. Later additions included the Executive Education and Custom Programs for multinational enterprises such as Allianz, Bertelsmann, BMW and Deutsche Bank, among others.

Find the training you need in order to kickstart your leadership by searching through our wide offer of programs in Munich.

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The school’s 115 full-time professors bring wide-ranging real-world business experience to their classrooms, as well as academic excellence. Program participants benefit from their open-door policy and dedication to teaching, as well as their contacts in the top levels of global business.

IESE is a vibrant community of more than 50,000 alumni who mantain ties and engage with each other through activity and learning. We support alumni throughout their careers, providing career management advice and events, as well as lifelong learning and networking opportunities.

Belinda Klaes | IESE Business School

"IESE challenged me to do a 360° rethink of my company, to fly high above the everyday and create a new flight path."

Belinda Klaes (AMP 2019)

CEO & Founder of LOQUI

Walter Kurzrock | IESE Business School

"The learning experience, the friendships and the networking connections, that where formed during and after the PMD were as outstanding and unique, as the value-based approach of IESE."

Walter Kurzrock (PMD 2014)

Director of Shared Services for IT

Wenzhong Chen | IESE Business School

"IESE does not only care about numbers, rankings or people with positions, the most important thing is the respect for people, which is very important in leadership or in your life."

Wenzhong Chen (EMBA 2021)

Harvard-IESE Committee

Harvard-IESE Committee

IESE and Harvard Business School have enjoyed a close relationship for more than 50 years. The Harvard-IESE Committee, launched in 1963, was established to guide IESE in the development of programs and growth in scope as a business school. Landmark accomplishments include the launch of IESE’s MBA, the first of its kind in Europe, and joint international Executive Education programs.

IESEs Munich campus and its facilities 

The facilities at IESE’s Munich campus were designed by the renowned architect André Behncke. They house the latest technology to make sure your learning experience is as enjoyable, stimulating and transformative as possible.

How to get to the IESE’s Munich campus


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Barbara Breiter
Client Services
Cell: +49 (0) 177 236 55 55
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