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Business Administrationpart time degree programmes for professionals, distance studies, full time

  • Bachelor


  • 6 semesters

    Standard period of study (amount)

  • Konstanz


  • No information

Overview and admission

Study Type


Admission semester

Summer and Winter Semester

Area of study

Business Administration


Occupational and Organisational Psychology, Digital Business Management, Digital Marketing Management, Foundation and Innovation Management, SME and Craft Management, Banking, Business Psychology, Operational Taxation, Corporate Health Management, Construction and Property Management


This is a career-integrated distance learning course which can be started at any time.

Admission modus

open admission

Admission requirements (Link)

Admission requirements

General or subject-restricted higher education entrance qualification certificate or entrance qualification for universities of applied science. Alternatively: Professional qualification plus professional further training under the State Higher Education Act (LHG) of Baden-Württemberg Professional qualification aptitude test under the State Higher Education Act (LHG) of Baden-Württemberg The qualifying examination can be taken at the Allensbach Hochschule in Konstanz.

Lecture period

Application deadlines

Winter semester (2020/2021)
  • Application deadline for Germans and inhabitants

    Expired (Universitywide deadline)

    Course may commence at any time

  • Enrollment deadline for Germans and foreign students

    Expired (Universitywide deadline)

    Any time

Tuition fee


325.00 EUR / Month

Fees (Link)

EUR 11,700 EUR in total

Languages of instruction

Main language



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