- Winter semester
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- Study mode:
- On campus
Bachelor's degree (or equivalent).
You must meet the following requirements:
- At least 78 credit points from the field of business administration or economics, of which:
- At least 48 ECTS from the field of business administration.
- At least 18 ECTS from the field of economics.
- At least 15 ECTS from the field of statistics and/or mathematics (only methodological skills, no user skills).
Required ECTS credits: 180.
In the case of a bachelor's degree that has not been completed: at least 80% of the credit points to be acquired must be earned and the outstanding work must be completed by September 30th at the latest. The admission requirements (including a minimum grade) must be fulfilled at the time of application.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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(starting in October)
Application Procedure & Selection
€ 75 for the first application, € 30 for each additional
Documents to be uploaded (original or certified copy) in the WiSo Faculty's online master application portal:
- Bachelor certificate. If you have not yet completed your bachelor's degree, a confirmation of all examinations completed so far must be submitted. You need an officially confirmed preliminary average grade calculated by your university or examination office (e.g. transcript of records including stamp). The exams still to be completed must be submitted by September 30th to be filed.
- Transcript of records (incl. stamp and signature). List of your modules and courses including grade and credits.
- Transcript of records of the semester abroad. Only if the examinations completed during the semester abroad are to be used to meet the technical admission requirements. The achievements must be recognized for your bachelor's degree and have been included in your grades overview.
- University entrance qualification. High school diploma, high school diploma, etc.
- Official content description of the events that you have visited in your bachelor's degree. Module manual or PDF document with a link to module descriptions on the website of your university.
- English and, if applicable, German language certificate (see language requirements).
- Aptitude test. TM-WISO or GMAT | not mandatory but recommended.
Students with a bachelor's degree that was not acquired in Germany must also apply via uni-assist. The application documents must be with uni-assist 8 weeks before the application deadline. The documents will only be checked if the fee has been paid. The following documents are required:
- Certified (and translated) copy of the bachelor's certificate and transcript of records. Please submit your final certificate and the subject and grade overview of your bachelor's. No certificate parts such as a diploma supplement or individual pages may be missing. In order for uni-assist to calculate your grades, you need the official grading system that your university uses for your degree.
- Certified (and translated) copy of the diploma supplement.
- Certified (and translated) copy of the university entrance qualification. This can consist of your school certificate, such as the Abitur or the High School Diploma. In some countries, an additional university entrance exam has to be taken or other additional documents have to be considered.
- Certified copy of the original of the English certificate, and, if applicable, of the German certificate (for the focus on accounting and taxation and supply chain management). See language requirements.
- Certified copies of the documents listed above in the original language. Only if the original document is not available in English or German.
- Exclusively for Chinese (not Hong Kong) and Vietnamese applicants. Original APS certificate. Certified copies of the APS certificate will not be recognized.
For more information please check theCourse Website