Marketing Managementfull time
Bachelor of Arts
Standard period of study (amount)
Bielefeld, Köln, Rostock, Hannover
Overview and admission
Admission only in the winter trimester
Area of study
- Business Administration
- Marketing, Distribution
Marketing, Marketing Management, Marketing Research, Market Research, Management, Sales
The Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Marketing Management is aimed at prospective students with an entrance qualification for universities of applied science or a qualification recognised as equivalent by the responsible state authority who want to work as specialists or junior managers in the fields of sales and marketing.
Formal requirement for admission to a Bachelor of Arts course at the FHM is an entrance qualification for general higher education or universities of applied science. Working professionals with an appropriate professional qualification can also commence studies. Optional qualifications for admission to a course: Higher education entrance qualification Entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences Master craftsperson Master craftsperson candidate with entrance qualification for universities of applied sciences Business Manager (awarded by the Chamber of Crafts, HWK) Master Professional of Business Management (Chamber of Commerce and Industry, IHK) Graduates of a 2-year training course at a professional school Bachelor Professional of Business Management and Business Management Assistant (IHK) Certified Business Manager There are no course entrance restrictions for Bachelor of Arts courses at the FHM. Instead, the most qualified applicants are selected in an internal selection procedure of the university. An elaborate procedure similar to the personnel selection procedure of modern commercial enterprises has been developed by the FHM for this purpose.
Winter semester (2018/2019)
Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants
Enrollment deadline for Germans and foreign students
Enquire at the university of applied sciences
Tuition fees may vary depending on the location of the degree course.
Languages of instruction