Executive Master of Insurance

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About the E.M. Insurance


The Executive Master of Insurance (E.M. Insurance) is a business degree program for highly motivated young professionals, enabling them to obtain additional background, as well as to amplify and broaden existing knowledge. The core topics are insurance-related issues ranging from general economic and mathematical aspects to specific institutional matters, with an emphasis on today’s challenges in rapidly changing insurance markets.

Theory & Practice

Expert knowledge from a first university degree and professional experience will be broadened and strengthened with a focus on insurance sciences. The main purpose is to consolidate and reinforce theoretical and applied know-how with an insurance focus. This program offers a research-based, industry-specific and practice-oriented further education. Current market developments such as digitization and its impact on the insurance business, as well as the regulatory framework and its management implications, are important components of the program, with content provided in an ongoing interaction between industry and academia. The concept for the E.M. Insurance has been developed in close cooperation between several Munich-based insurance companies and the Munich Risk and Insurance Center (MRIC) at LMU.


The composition of the teaching staff reflects the strong link between academia and practice which particularly characterizes this program. Among our lecturers are renowned faculty members of the Munich School of Management as well as highly experienced practitioners from the industry.

Duration & Structure

The period of study is 24 months, with classes spread across 4 semesters as indicated in the plan of study. The program comprises 90 ECTS credits to be acquired in weekend or one-week sessions.


Graduates receive the academic degree “Executive Master of Insurance (E.M. Insurance)” from LMU Munich.


Academic Degree Executive Master of Insurance (E.M. Insurance)
Academic Director Prof. Dr. Andreas Richter
Academic Institution Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München (LMU Munich)
Munich School of Management
Admission Requirements First university degree (bachelor or comparable)
1 year of work experience in the field of insurance
Good command of English
Successfully passed admission procedure
Program Duration 4 semesters within 24 months, part-time
5 one-week seminars and approx. 10 weekend seminars
Teaching Language English
Program Start September
Group Size 15 – 20 students
Deadline for Application July 1st
Tuition Fees 28,500 Euro, payable in 3 installments
(excluding hotel expenses for two seminar weeks)
Contact Berufsbildungswerk der Versicherungswirtschaft
in München e.V. (BWV München)
Karin Kunz
Phone: +49 (0) 89 / 38 39 22 - 24
Email: info@EMInsurance.de