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B.A. International Management*

The foundation for your international career

 

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Summary

Qualification Bachelor of Arts
ECTS 180
Study duration 6 semesters (full-time)

9 semesters (part-time)

Language of instruction German or English
Study models Study models with German instruction:

Distance learning

Study models with English instruction:

Full-time studies or dual work–study model

Studies commence With German as the language of instruction:

Winter semester or summer semester

With English as the language of instruction:
Winter semester

Place of study Berlin
Deadline No application deadline

About the degree programme

You’ve recognised that modern businesses are increasingly connected across borders and that they need to act within an intercultural framework? And you’re interested in a global work environment with an international focus? Then the Bachelor’s in International Management will prepare you for the demands you’ll need to meet in international companies with an education in psychology, sociology, intercultural studies and languages. Over six semesters, which include a semester abroad, the practice-oriented modules will open the door for you to excellent career options and salary prospects. You can choose between full-time studies, the dual work–study model, or distance learning (in German). The programme’s integrated international alignment is topped off by the international campus in Berlin, the chance to learn additional foreign languages and your semester abroad. You can spend your semester abroad at one of our partner universities, for example in New York, or you can study in the Erasmus+ Programme. The costs are included in your monthly tuition fees.

The goal of the programme is to offer you direct career access to international companies or the possibility to continue your academic studies with a master’s degree. To this end, we start off by equipping you with business and economics knowledge embedded in the international context. As the programme continues, you can select areas of focus that match your interests and strengths, so that you are optimally prepared for launching your career. The scope of future activities that graduates are prepared for include both operational and strategic management. Entry-level management positions cover all sectors of international business, such as international project management, human resources, international customer relations, sales or marketing. Small and medium-sized enterprises focused on exports as well as business consulting and auditing firms are also suitable employers for graduates of management programmes with an international focus.

Further information

Admission requirements

Requirements for successful admission to the English-language bachelor’s:

  • A qualification at the university or technical college entrance level or
  • An equivalent, recognised admission qualification (e.g. admission by vocational qualifications in accordance with §11 BerlHG)
  • A selection interview, if necessary or applicable
  • Submission of application documents with your CV and references
  • English level B2 proficiency (according to the CEFR)

Requirements for successful admission to the German-language bachelor’s:

  • A qualification at the university or technical college entrance level or
  • An equivalent, recognised admission qualification (e.g. admission by vocational qualifications in accordance with §11 BerlHG)
  • A selection interview, if necessary or applicable
  • Submission of application documents with your CV and references
  • English level B2 proficiency (according to the CEFR)
  • Non-native speakers of German: German level B2 and English level B1 proficiency (according to the CEFR)
Tuition fees and financing
Full-time studies Dual work–study model Distance learning
€620 / month €620 / month €320 / month
Total: €22,320

(Payment terms 36 months)

 

Total: €22,320

(Payment terms 36 months)

 

Total: €11,520

(Payment terms 36, 48 or 72 months)

Once-off payment: €10,944

A hwtk degree is a worthwhile investment in your future career! Our student counseling team can support you in finding the right financing for you.

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Module overview

Full-time studies
Dual work-study model
Distant studies

Contact Person Berlin

Office hours for applicants Berlin

You can visit us for a personal consultation without making a prior appointment every Wednesday from 14:00 to 16:00.

You´ll find us subway station S Anhalter Bahnhof, Bernburger Straße 24/25, Ground Floor.

We look forward to meeting you.

Study the way you want!

Being flexible isn’t just important for a successful career; it’s also a guiding principle at the hwtk. When you study at our University, you can organise your studies to suit your needs. Decide what’s best for you: classic full-time studies, integrated theory and practice in the dual work–study model or distance learning that is independent of time and place.

Should your circumstances change and you want to switch to another model for your studies, this is possible at the end of a semester.

  • Study models

  • Dual work–study model

    The dual work–study model incorporates practical experience: You spend half of the week with us at the University and the other half working at a cooperating company. The split-week model: the perfect mix of theory and practice!
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  • Full-time studies

    At the hwtk we believe in hands-on experience. That’s why our full-time programmes have been set up with two intensive study days per week: This way you have enough time left during the week to gain work experience.
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  • Distance learning

    You want to decide when and where to study? Then check out our certified distance learning offer and get to know our modern Online Campus!
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