Bachelor of Science
Standard period of study (amount)
expired (Non-EU)Please enquire
Overview and admission
Winter Semester only
Area of study
- Business Administration
- Business and Economics Pedagogy
- Economic Sciences, Economics
Applied Economics, Business Economics, International Finance / International Fiscal Economics, Psychology and Human Resources, Business Education
Studying economics means: Handling analyses of economic activities of consumers, companies and public institutions. In economics, focus is placed on the fundamental economic connections of a society at both the level of economic units (microeconomics) and at the macroeconomic level (macroeconomics). In business administration, you focus on the economic contexts of individual companies and their operational processes. Five different profiles allow you to set individual focuses: Applied Economics, Business Economics, International Finance, Psychology and Human Resources, Business Education. Some specialisations enable a flexible semester for internships or a stay abroad. Good mathematics and English language skills and analytical thinking skills are needed.
Foreign language applicants need proof of German language proficiency at the level of DSH-2 / TestDaF 4. Alternatively, you can also use other recognised language tests or approved school reports as proof.
- 23.10.2023 - 10.02.2024
- 11.04.2023 - 22.07.2023
Winter semester (2023/2024)
Deadlines for International Students from the European Union
15 July for winter semester (degree courses with restricted admission) and 15 September (degree courses with open admission), unless otherwise stated in the degree course
Deadlines for international students from countries that are not members of the European Union
15:07. (degree courses with restricted admissions) and 15.09.2022 (degree courses with open admission), unless otherwise stated in the degree course
In Baden-Württemberg, tuition fees will apply for students from countries outside the EU/EEA, as well as fees for a second degree course. There are exceptions. Please visit our website for more detailed information.
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