The First MBA Program Is Launched For Apple Vision Pro; Will More Follow?

Tomorrow University, a German state-recognized university, has launched an online MBA deigned to be done with the new Apple headset technology known as the Apple Vision Pro. Tomorrow U photo

A little over a week after the release of the Apple Vision Pro headset, a new business education application has emerged for use with the highly hyped new tech.

Tomorrow University of Applied Sciences, an “impact university” based in Berlin, Germany, today (February 6) announced that a version of its flagship Impact MBA in Sustainability, Leadership and Business Innovation is now available via the new technology — a “radically immersive” online MBA that the company is calling “Impact MBA x Vision.” For now the new program is available only in the United States.

Tomorrow University’s launch of the new program via Apple’s much-ballyhooed new product “is a great honor,” says Dr. Thomas Funke, co-founder and co-CEO of Tomorrow University, in a news release. “We want to give our students the opportunity to learn with the latest and best technology, and bringing our online community even closer is hugely important as we grow more internationally — the Vision Pro headset allows us to do just that.”


Tomorrow University was founded in 2021. The German state-recognized university has a large portfolio of degree programs, including MBA programs focused on green energy, climate leadership, and ESG. The school also offers a Bachelor of Arts in Responsible Business Administration & Entrepreneurship, a Bachelor of Science in Artificial Intelligence & Sustainable Technologies, and a Master of Science in Sustainability, Entrepreneurship & Technology in partnership with Vienna University of Economics and Business.

The new program is a version of Tomorrow’s flagship MBA, the Impact MBA in Sustainability, Innovation & Leadership, a part-time MBA program for working professionals “dedicated to integrating sustainability into their industries,” which the school says provides “diverse pathways for comprehensive expertise in key areas of sustainable business, fostering a positive impact on the environment and society.

” The program operates on a flexible learning model consisting of on-demand lessons combined with once-a-week breakfast or lunchtime sessions, and is “delivered by academic and industry subject matter experts who are all actively contributing to a positive societal and environmental impact.”

The expansion into the virtual reality world of the Apple Vision Pro comes in response to Tomorrow’s flagship program’s success in the European Union and what the school calls a “growing appetite for the MBA in the U.S.” With the launch, it announces, future leaders can become equipped “with the most in-demand skills and drive meaningful impact, while connecting with the university’s global professional network of sustainability and business experts.”

The Apple Vision Pro, released earlier this month, is the company’s first “spatial computer,” blending digital content with physical space. It allows users to navigate by using their eyes, hands, and voice. On February 2, Apple released more than 600 apps and games for use on the device, which retails for $3,499 — and which students in Tomorrow’s program will receive for free as part of the program. Total tuition for the Sustainability and Innovation MBA is $21,000, but Early Bird offers and scholarships can reduce that to around $16,000.


The program’s growing global community comprises learners and graduates from SAP, Climate-KIC, IBM, Mattel, Microsoft, Tesla and more.

“I’m excited about how our Impact MBA is supporting professionals to innovate, lead, and drive sustainable change,” Tomorrow co-founder Funke says. “We’re certain of the potential of our focus on sustainability in business education, and going forward, companies that combine innovation with sustainability will outperform industry peers. The tides are turning, with businesses that focus on ESG being more than twice as likely to grow revenues by more than 10 percent. Sustainable, digital transformation is imminent, so our mission is to support business professionals in upskilling now with our MBA. I can’t wait to meet the future leaders of the program.”

Adds Kai Roemmelt, CEO at online technology learning platform Udacity: “Tomorrow University’s launch of the Impact MBA with Apple’s Vision Pro underlines its dedication to redefining education and leadership within the business landscape. This initiative is a significant leap towards building a community of visionary leaders in the US, committed to sustainable innovation and ethical business practices. Incorporating the Vision Pro into the Impact MBA program will enrich this mission, providing students with an exceptional and interactive learning experience.”

Learn more about Tomorrow University’s Online MBA x Vision here.


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