European Business Studies
- Both semesters
- Mode of admission:
- local admission restriction
- directly at the University
- Study mode:
- On campus
Five Reasons to choose this Master's Program
Special Program Features
FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation) is a European, internationally oriented agency for quality assurance and quality development in higher education, based in Zürich (Switzerland) and Bonn (Germany).
German Accreditation Council
German Accreditation Council
The German Accreditation Council is a foundation of public law with legal capacity that the Federal States have set up for accreditation and quality assurance in teaching and learning at German higher education institutions.
The application requirements for the study program in “European Business Studies” are:
Previous bachelor's degree (or equivalent) in:
- International Business Studies
Minimum ECTS points required:
*The degree should generally have 210 ECTS credits but not less than 180 credits.
Applicants will have adequate experience from a non-German speaking country, which will be demonstrated by:
- At least 30 credits obtained from a course taken at a foreign University/ University of Applied Sciences
- An internship semester in a non-German speaking country (or a country different from the one in which they studied their first degree if that was not Germany) as part of the first degree course or a comparable and continuous period of time working in a non-German speaking country.
At least one of the requirements under a) and b) must be fulfilled at the time of application, the other can be fulfilled during the Master program, which will extend the duration of the program by one semester.
An overall grade of “good” or higher.
The following certificates are recognised as proof of your language proficience.
Application & Admission
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Application Procedure & Selection
To be eligible to take part in the aptitude process, applicants must have submitted their applications in the required format and by the specified time.
An applicant’s aptitude for the particular program is demonstrated by their successful presentation of a written essay. Three topics form the subject of the essay:
- International Management
The essay must be written in English and contain at least 1,800 and not more than 2,500 words. The essay must be completed within 48 hours from the time it is set. The essay must be submitted online to the Faculty of Business Studies before the end of the allotted time.
Authors must indicate the sources and references they have used. They must enclose a form certifying that the essay is entirely their own work.
Be aware: All submitted essays will undergo a plagiarism check so please observe the relevant standards governing scientific working methods!
Points will be awarded based on the results of the essay and the final grade of the applicant’s first degree. A total of 100 points is possible. Applicants must gain at least 65 points to pass the aptitude test.
Higher education entrance qualification (higher secondary school certificate).
Proof of study experience obtained in a non-German speaking country, plus adequate subject-related practical knowledge.
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