No first degree? No problem!

You do need a graduate cap to apply for Henley's EMBA

No first degree? No problem!

Only your management experience is relevant to your application for Henley's Master's programme!

Don’t have a Bachelor’s degree? For us at Henley that is not a problem. Because of the accreditation of our Executive MBA degree in Germany, studying with Henley Business School does not require a first degree to give you access to this Master’s programme.

Access a world of sought-after tools and skills required for competent and modern leaders directly and join our 21-month Executive MBA programme with your professional experience being the determining factor. On the Henley Executive MBA Global, we require a minimum of 3 years management experience in either the area of people management/HR, finance/budget responsibility or project management experience.

Talk to one of our advisors about the requirements and how to best fill in the application form. We will be happy to help.

Please note: as a British business school, all our programmes are taught in English. When applying to our programmes we may ask for proof of English proficiency (TOEFL, IELTS) or a proof of English proficiency at work, a form to be filled in and signed by your supervisor.

Ultimately, the Henley Executive MBA Global is a highly practical university Master’s programme, designed to teach each programme participant a broad set of tools and skills fit for the challenges of the 21st century.

Apply now. Applications close on 4th September for our 1st October intake.

Christoph Raudonat

Managing Director, Business School Germany


Chris Raudonat is responsible for the business operations of Henley Business School in Germany. He centres his energy on the strategic direction and development of the organisation, programme sales and recruitment, communication as well as leadership learning / coaching. In the past he worked with a number of international non-profit and civil society organisations to manage their projects and increase their potential by assisting them in the development and implementation of their business strategies.

He is furthermore an executive coach, focusing on cognitive behaviour and positive psychology approaches and helps clients to become the best they can be by exploring innovative approaches to management learning both in practice and academics.

Chris is currently researching the specifics of interim leadership in the gig-economy and gig-leadership while engaging in a MSc/DBA programme at Henley Business School. He is a frequent speaker at industry events and holds degrees in Sociology, Social/Organisational Psychology, Law and Economics as well as an MBA from Henley Business School.