Programme characteristics International Management
Get ready for your international career
Order of study - Overview
The curriculum delivers an academic yet practical university education in all aspects of business with specialisations in marketing, accounting and financial management, human resources and international studies.
The curriculum includes:
- Service management
- International financial accounting
- Management and cost accounting, management accounting & control, financial management
- Human resource management and organizational behaviour
- Business communication.
Communication, research methods and computer training courses are designed to help you strengthen core competencies you will need for your career. To prepare for the international management environment all courses are taught in English. Programme lectures and seminars are kept to an average of 30 students. An interactive dialogue between professors and students is encouraged through discussion and exercises.
Practical and international experience while studying
A 5-6 month internship in Germany or abroad lets you turn your classroom knowledge into practical experience. You will start building your industry network and make a first impression on potential employers.
Offered during the first semester, this
optional programme is another chance to get a closer look at the activities of international business. It includes
- Workshops and conferences on and off campus
- Guest lectures with experts from relevant industries, international companies and universities
- Field trips to international companies
The Extra Curriculum is an excellent orientation tool that helps first semester students understand how things are done in the world of management.
Semester abroadStudents with strong academic performance can spend a semester abroad at one of our partner universities (in-house selection process).
You can find an overview of our international partner universities in our International Office section.