Duration
6 semesters
Intakes
Oct
Study mode
Full-time
Tuition fee (entire course)
 
Local students
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Foreign students
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Other costs
Other costs apply

About this course

The bachelor program "Business Administration" is a full-time course with six semesters of study time and the "Bachelor of Science" (B. Sc.). The study program is generalist oriented and conveys the core elements of economics and the main concepts of corporate governance. Students will be able to analyze complex relationships and independently to develop solutions for business problems. Great emphasis is placed on close contact with the professors and staff. In addition to the business knowledge and the economic, statistical and mathematical and legal principles are developed. Numerous options open according to individual abilities and interests of different careers.

The Faculty of Economics at the Heinrich-Heine-University is one of the youngest and - judging by the number of its students as well as teachers - the smallest in Germany. It is closely connected with professional practice and maintains close contacts with their foreign partner universities. On the home page Faculty of Economics informs the video film undefined "Your master plan" on the net about the study.

Entry Requirements

Admission requirement into the program would include:

  • school-leaving certificates (in the original language and an official, certified copy in German translated by a sworn translator; English and French certificates do not need to be translated)
  • proof of previous study credits (in the original language and an official, certified copy in German translated by a sworn translator; English and French certificates do not need to be translated)
  • DSH certificate (= German language university entrance exam for foreign students) (DSH 2 or 3) or a comparable language proficiency certificate
  • If you have already begun to study in Germany, please submit the current certificate of enrolment (= Studienbescheinigung) from your university / college, showing subject(s) studied, intended degree and number of semesters studied.