If you are looking for a fully accredited business degree that integrates high academic standards with international experience, then we have a program designed specifically to meet your needs. Our International Management BA program meets the demands of students who are seeking a global perspective on a management career.
You´ll learn how to do business as a global player and gain valuable leadership skills and intercultural awareness combined with a full spectrum of strategic management, marketing, finance and other relevant skills.
We offer not only one of the first international management programs in Germany to be taught 100% in English, but we also top the list of CHE employability ratings for bachelor degrees in business. Our goal is to train you to fill the growing demand for multilingual, multicultural managers, who can lead dynamic companies across cultures and borders.
Alumnus Thomas Spiegel ( Account Manager Google, Dublin):
"The International Management Program has been an outstanding experience in every aspect. First-class lecturers and an excellent international network have provided me with a wide range of crucial soft and hard skills which I need in a fast-paced international business environment."
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Duration: 7 semesters ( 2 of which are spent abroad)
Start: Winter semester
Course language: English
Admission requirements :
Prerequisites: Knowledge of basic economic subjects is an advantage
Double Degree: There is the possibility to do a Double Degree at one of our partner universities.
Fees : No tuition fees, only €52 student service fee per semester
Employers value our graduates due to their broad based managerial education, pratical skill set and international experience. Our students are well prepared to tackle global challenges of today's agile business environment at management positions in various functions and across all industries.
Examples for typical career profiles are:
Students who completed the International Management program got positions in a range of functions across various industries in organizations such as:
Accenture, Adidas, Audi, Bearing Point, BMW Group, Commerzbank, Daimler, DBB Tribal Group, Deloitte, Deutsche Bank, Ernst & Young, Google, IBM, JPMorgan Chase, Krones AG, Morningstar, O2 Telefónica, Rödl & Partner, Procter & Gamble, Robert Bosch Group, SAP, SIEMENS, Tesla Motors, UBS, UniCredit
International Management graduates wishing to continue with a Master-degree have among others gained admission to following institutions:
Cass Business School London (UK), EADA Business School (Spain), Grenoble Ecole de Management (France), HHL Leipzig Graduate School of Management (Germany), King's College London (UK), London Business School (UK), London School of Economics and Political Science (UK), Ludwigs Maximilians University Munich (Germany), University of Cologne (Germany), University of Exeter (UK), University of Fortaleza (Brazil), Uppsala University (Sweden)
|Principles of Management & Scientific Writing||4||5|
|Principles of Logistics||4||5|
|Quantitative Methods in Economics and Finance||6||6|
|International Team Buil-ding||2||2|
|Principles of Accounting||4||5|
|Human Resource Management||4||5|
|Foreign Language I *||2||2|
|Information Technology I||4||5|
|Economics and Public Finance||6||6|
|Principles of Marketing||4||5|
|Accounting for Managers||4||5|
|Communication and Presentation Techniques||2||2|
|Foreign Language II *||2||2|
|Interna-tional Accounting and Controlling||5||5|
|International Business Law||4||4|
|Information Technology II||4||5|
|Foreign Language III*||2||2|
|Study period abroad||-||30|
|International Project Management||4||5|
|Case Studies in Global Manage-ment||4||5|
|Managing International Value Chains||4||5|
|Business Electives I||4||5|
|Seminar in International Management and Organization||4||5|
|Case Studies in Global Economics and Trade||4||5|
|Business Electives II||4||5|
*The modules "Foreign Language I to III" are ascending language courses in the subject foreign language, which are defined in the curriculum. Students with a mother tongue other than German must complete three ascending language courses in German (German I to III) with twice the number of hours (4 hours per week each) instead of the modules "Foreign Language I to III".
A special feature of the study programme are the double degree programmes. For a limited number of students in Bachelor International Management there is the possibility to acquire a second Bachelor degree at the following universities: