Cultural and Social Studies (СuSο)
- Winter semester
- Study mode:
- On campus
The B.A. in Cultural and Social Studies explores contemporary society and culture through historical, intersectional, and interdisciplinary lenses, covering cultural history, literary studies, linguistics, and comparative social sciences. The program offers students an internship opportunity, allowing them to gain practical experience in relevant cultural and social fields. Besides, upon completion, students will be proficient in German and English (minimum level B2) and knowledgeable in at least one additional foreign language of their choice.
Application for admission to the Master of International Business Administration requires a successfully completed Bachelor's degree in the fields of business administration and/or economics. Admission into the Master's programme generally requires a minimum of 30 ECTS credits in mathematics, statistics, business informatics, microeconomics or macroeconomics. Forms to be submitted: online application form, completely filled in and signed photocopy of the graduation certificate translation of the graduation certificate a functioning e-mail address (important!) proof of language skills (see Language Requirements) a (non-certified) copy of your passport, which clearly shows your name, date of birth and place of birth English A certificate of sufficient knowledge of the English language on the C1 level of the Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) is needed as an admission prerequisite. This can be accomplished by providing proof of having successfully passed one of the following equivalent exams: Cambridge English Advanced: Grade B at minimum Cambridge English Proficiency: Grade A-C IELTS (academic): 7.0 points at minimum in all areas TOEFL (iBT): 100 points at minimum (TOEFL ID Code: 4782) TOEIC: 490-495 points (listening), 455-495 points (reading) Certificate UNIcert III German Foreign students who have gained permission to enter a university in a language other than German need to prove their knowledge of the German language by taking the DSH (Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang ausländischer Studienbewerber) or an equivalent test (e.g., TestDaf with level 4 in all components). Students who already took the DSH but did not obtain the necessary level are allowed to improve their skills and re-take the DSH exam by the end of their first semester at the European University Viadrina. The Language Centre of the European University Viadrina offers adequate German courses and provides further concrete information: http://www.sz.euv-frankfurt-o.de/de/lektorate/deutsch/ Alternatively, students can be exempted from proof of German proficiency if they decide on the functionally oriented study programme 'Information and Operations Management (IOM)' or the 'General Management' study option. Applicants with a German degree have to apply directly to the matriculation office at the European University Viadrina. Please use the online application form: http://www.study.europa-uni.de/en/wiwi/master/programme/iba/bewerbung/index.html Applicants with an international degree: 1) Register to our online application portal: http://study.europa-uni.de/en/wiwi/master/programme/iba/bewerbung/index.html 2) Send your application documents to Mr Marco Krinowski ([email protected]): Europa-Universität Viadrina International Office Marco Krinowski Große Scharrnstraße 59 15230 Frankfurt (Oder) Germany See: http://www.europa-uni.de/en/internationales/contact/indeх.html
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Specification: At least B.
Specification: At least C.
Specification: Students who have not received their university entrance certicicate in Germany must reach at least B2 in German during their studies.
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€ 75 for the first application, € 30 for each additional
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