Business Administrationfull time
Bachelor of Science
Standard period of study (amount)
Overview and admission
Summer and Winter Semester
Area of study
Principles of Economics, Principles of Management, Marketing, Operations Management, Economic Policy, Business Mathematics, Human Resources and Staff Management, Controlling, Coding
Comprehensive, practice-oriented and individual - the bachelor's degree in business administration prepares you for a successful start to your career. In the first semesters you will acquire the necessary management skills. Depending on your interests, you can choose one of three focal points. The project study allows first insights into your future professional field. In six semesters you will be fit for a job in business. You have the possibility to improve your knowledge: Start-up, Marketing or Human Resources. Practical projects and 20 weeks in a company are included in the Bachelor's degree. Modules such as Politics, Philosophy and Ethics, Social Skills and Coding allow you to think outside the box.
-Qualification for university studies under Section 10 Berlin Higher Education Act (general entrance qualification for higher education, subject-restricted entrance qualification for higher education, entrance qualification for higher education at universities of applied sciences or comparable qualification certificate) or -Possibility of further study in accordance with Section 11 BerlHG (Berlin Higher Education Act) - University admission for professionally qualified persons according to Section 11 BerlHG (Berlin Higher Education Act)
Winter semester (2023/2024)
Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants
Applications are possible at any time.
The tuition fees amount to EUR 21,240, to be paid in 36 constant monthly instalments of EUR 590 for the full-time model. Newly enrolled students are charged a one-time examination fee of 100 euros. There are numerous possibilities for financing studies, such as BAföG (state financial support), KfW study loans (parent- and subject-independent without collateral), scholarships for outstanding students, student loans from banks, student education funds and scholarships.
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