Bachelors in International Business Management (Germany) Deadline: Jan. 15, 2019
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin
January 15, 2019
April 1, 2019
Duration of the Program
The Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin (HWR Berlin) – The Berlin School of Economics and Law – is a state-funded University teaching a range of subjects within the disciplines of business and economics, law, social sciences, public administration, and engineering. The courses at HWR Berlin facilitate in-depth learning and specialisations in a wide range of undergraduate, graduate and professional education programmes. The HWR Berlin is also a member of the “Alliance for Excellence” (UAS7) – an association of seven German institutions of Higher Education striving for internationalization and develop shared research strategies.
Offered in English, the International Business Management is a Business Administration study programme with a strong international and intercultural focus. It combines theory and practice by providing broad business administration skills.
The study programme is divided into two parts: From the first to the third semester, students learn the fundamentals of the following disciplines: Business Administration; Economics; Business Law; Social Sciences; Quantitative Methods and Information Technology; Management Skills; second foreign language. In the main part of the study programme (semester four to eight), students can choose out of the following specialisations:
- Marketing and/or Finance and Accounting and/or Human Resource Management & Organisational Design / Global Supply Chain & Operations Management
- Within the core area, students deepen their knowledge, especially in the field of Business Administration.
- Furthermore, students participate in management issues courses, enhance their skills in the second foreign language, and receive intercultural competencies.
There is no tuition fee for the program.
Applicants should have the university entrance qualification equivalent to the German school-leaving certificate, or similar. Applicants also need to provide the documentation for the proof of English proficiency (min. level B2 CEFR) and the proof of basic German proficiency (min. level A2 CEFR).
The applications also should include a CV (approx. one page), and a letter of motivation in English (max. 300 words). Applicants from non-EU-countries are required to do TestAS also.
For further details, contact Christian Pape/Roswitha Bünjer (email).
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