Management (M.Sc.)

The most important facts at a glance:

 

Degree:

Master of Science (M.Sc.)

Standard period of studies:

4 semesters

Start:

Winter and summer semester

It is recommended that students begin their studies in the winter semester.

Admission restrictions:

Restricted in semesters 1 to 3

Application:

You find information on the application procedure for international students here.

Applicants with foreign certificates: Language of instruction: German
Required language certificate: DSH-2
Deadlines:

Winter semester: April 1 - May 15

Summer semester: October 1 - November 15

Required Bachelor's degree:

Economics (B.Sc.)

Homepage:

Gutenberg School of Management & Economics

Faculty:

Faculty 03: Law, Management and Economics

Accreditation:

The accreditation of study programmes for Bachelor and Master Degrees constitutes as a precondition for the granting of state approval.

Subject Matter

In the Master's program in Management, advanced knowledge of business and related fields is taught on the basis of current scientific standards. In addition, students are taught how to apply these standards to solving practical problems. Thus, students will be able to reduce the complexity of economic problems by abstraction, develop solutions using scientific methods, and critically scrutinize the limits of the tools used.

Master entrance requirements

Applicants need a bachelor’s or similar degree (at least six semesters) in economics from a German or foreign higher education institution.

At least 19 credit points obtained during the bachelor’s program must come from subjects related to quantitative methodologies (mathematics, statistics, empirical methodologies, operations research, game theory).

In case of doubt, the examination committee will decide whether the applicant can be admitted to the program.

We expect applicants to have a very good active and passive knowledge of English that enables them to read specialist literature and participate in courses taught in English (no proof required). Unless stated differently in the examination regulations, students will not be required to hand in coursework written in English, nor do they have to write exams in English.

Applicants who have obtained their degree or higher education entrance qualification at an institution where classes were not taught in German must take the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang ausländischer Studienbewerber (German Language Proficiency Examination for Admission to Higher Education for Foreign Applicants), also known as the DSH.

Information

The International Office offers counselling for international students about the application process and general information.

The Academic Advisory Office offers specific information on the subject (List available in German only).

The Student representatives give information from a student perspective (List available in German only).