Universität Frankfurt - Scholarship
Study programme „International Business, BSc“ at Hochschule Bonn-Rhein-Sieg University of Applied Sciences in Germany
The study programme will develop the understanding of international business in a globalized world. Based on the latest theoretical concepts of business administration the study programme equips students with the key business skills to work successfully in an international business environment.
The study programme will be offered at the Campus in Rheinbach and Sankt Augustin, alternating by each semester. Learning of a second foreign language is compulsory. It includes a flexible mobility window up to three semesters for internships and/or study abroad semesters.
The admission requirements are as follows:
• Entrance qualification for a University of Applied Sciences (Fachhochschule);
• Entrance qualification for university;
• Entrance qualification acknowledged as equivalent by the competent authorities.
International students must show proficiency in English: at least B2+ level according to the Common European Framework of References for Languages. Proficiency in German is not required.
Application deadline is 15th July for the following winter semester.
Prof. Dr. Andreas Wiesehahn
53757 Sankt Augustin
Tel.: +49 2241 865 111
Further information about the study programme can be found on the websites of the university:
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MBA Program International Business Consulting at Offenburg University, Germany
Enhance your career with a 15-month fast track MBA. Our practice-oriented and innovative teaching methods — applied through case studies and real-world scenarios — will prepare you for a leading position in Germany and worldwide. Are you aspiring toward a career in external or in-house business consulting or a management position in logistics, production, or marketing? While IBC remains one of only a few programs in Germany that focuses on consulting, our curriculum allows for professional flexibility and in turn excellent job prospects. Our lecturers' expertise, individual supervision in small-sized classes, an international learning environment and workshops on social, cultural, and communication skills will support your personal growth.
- bachelor’s degree
- minimum two years of professional experience
- English Language Certificate (TOEFL, IELTS, APIEL)
- letters of recommendation
Application deadline: July 15th
Total fees: EUR 11,252
Language of instruction: English
Goethe Goes Global Scholarship
Do you hold an excellent bachelor’s degree from a university outside of Germany?
Do you have a particular interest in research?
If so, you are eligible for Goethe University’s Goethe Goes Global Scholarship, which is now open for 75 of our master’s programmes.
Goethe University aims to provide its scholars with:
· A monthly award of 1,000 € for up to two years
· Support and orientation by an experienced master’s student buddy
· Access to seminars focusing on professional skills from our Graduate Academy GRADE
· Access to an innovative research environment and networks that connect you with fellow scholars and other advanced researchers
· Career support through Goethe University’s Research Support Office
Some master’s programmes are interconnected with research units, to one of which you may apply. If you are accepted, you may receive benefits such as an internship in the chosen research unit. Learn more about this option and the application process on our website: www.uni-frankfurt.de/masterstip. We look forward to your application!
The Goethe Goes Global Scholarship is generously funded by the Johanna-Quandt-Foundation.
Master Study Course Industrial Pharmacy
The master course of Industrial Pharmacy is a world-leading study programme in English language covering all aspects of pharmaceutical sciences in an industrial setting.
Undertaking a trans-disciplinary approach, the course utilizes a range of perspectives from diverse fields and integrates them with industry experiences, case studies, real-world projects and self-directed studies, equipping graduates with an understanding of the state-of-the-art concepts, basic and advanced scientific technologies to transform scientific research into industrial practice.
Hands-on working experience is an important component of the course. The full time master program prepares students to participate in a variety of emerging careers in pharmaceutical industry and related areas. Graduates may be employed for drug discovery, development, production, quality control, quality assurance and management, regulatory affairs, and equipment managers in both pharmaceutical industry and its suppliers.
Candidates must have completed the second state examination in pharmacy or a bachelor's degree in either pharmacy, pharmaceutics, biology, chemistry or engineering with focus on processing technologies, or an equivalent or higher qualification. International students are warmly welcomed. To obtain a visa, students from outside the European Union must enroll full-time and on campus.
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Master‘s programmes at the WiSo Faculty at the University of Cologne
The Faculty of Management, Economics and Social Sciences at the University of Cologne offers national and international consecutive Master's programmes in the fields of Business Administration, Economics and Social Sciences, unique Double Master’s Programmes in cooperation with renowned partner universities all over the world which give you two degrees at once and the M.Sc. International Management (CEMS MIM), which is number 1 in top management education in Germany (regarding to the Financial Times Master’s in Management Ranking 2018).
The majority of our Master‘s programmes do not require proof of German language skills, as most programmes can be studied entirely in English, some are bilingual.
As the University of Cologne is state-funded, there are no tuition fees, just a biannual “semester contribution” of slightly more than 270 euros, which includes the semester ticket for public transport throughout North Rhine-Westphalia. Additionally, you can apply for a variety of customized scholarships. All in all, joining University of Cologne means investing in an excellent education – and your professional future – without paying a fortune.
Following you find all required information about the application procedure to our Master's programmes for the fall term 2019/20.
Standard period of study: 4 semesters, full-time
Start: Fall term
Degree title: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Language: English or German and English
Fees: Only social fee
Application Deadline: June 15th, 2019
(please note the differing deadlines for the Double Master's Programme on May 15th, 2019 and the M.Sc. International Management CEMS MIM on March 31st, 2019)
Please enter the website to get more information about the programmes and application requirements! Do you have a question regarding the application process or the enrolment procedure? Then please check our FAQ section or get in contact with our WiSo student advisors.
See you in Cologne!
Bayreuth International Summer School
The Bayreuth International Summer School takes place for a duration of two weeks from 30 June until 13 July 2019 and provides an intercultural and dynamic setting reflecting the University of Bayreuth´s focus areas in research.
It consists of several individual courses, each with an interdisciplinary approach. The participants have the opportunity to engage in a rich programme that includes theoretical seminars and discussions as well as practical elements such as lab courses and workshops. The Summer School is jointly hosted by the International Office as well as the Campus Academy, the university’s institute of lifelong learning and corporate education.
Bayreuth is a historically significant, culturally diverse town with well-established networks, offering the perfect setting to meet interesting people from around the world. Scholars and students enrich the classrooms and labs with their own perspectives on the material.
The International Summer School 2019 will give you a better understanding of various aspects of current research areas. From Economics & Management to Polymer Science or African Studies, the Summer School allows you to broaden your academic, professional and personal skills in eight different courses.
More information: http://www.summerschool.uni-bayreuth.de/en/index.html
Kick-start your career at Germany’s most innovative university
Founded in 1743, Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU) has a rich history. It is a strong research university with an international perspective at the heart of Europe.
At the heart of Europe lies the metropolitan region of Nuremberg – home to one of Germany‘s oldest and most distinguished universities: Friedrich-Alexander-University (FAU). We offer 39,000 students from around the world the ideal innovation-driven environment to kick-start their careers in Engineering, Business, Natural Sciences, Medicine, Law, and Humanities. As the most innovative university in Germany (ranking by Reuters in 2018), FAU offers over 70 Master’s degree programmes. International students thrive at FAU, not least thanks to our broad range of degree programmes taught entirely in English in almost all disciplines, especially at the postgraduate level.
Study Social Science and Humanities in English in Berlin
At Bard College Berlin, students study humanities and social sciences, work closely with world-class professors, and take advantage of all Berlin has to offer
Bard College Berlin (BCB) is a nonprofit liberal arts university accredited in Germany and the United States. BCB offers two Bachelor of Arts degrees: one in Economics, Politics, and Social Thought and one in Humanities the Arts, and Social Thought. Within these degrees, students specialize in fields like politics, economics, arts, ethics, or literature, in addition to taking courses in other disciplines that enrich and inform their specializations. Notably, all BCB students participate in the Core Curriculum, comprised of six courses taken over six semesters that examine major movements in intellectual history from Greek antiquity to Modernism. With 270 students from over 60 countries, BCB's campus is highly international. Through ERASMUS, the Bard College network, and bilateral exchange partnerships, students have the option to study abroad in places like the United States, Italy, France, Brazil, Hong Kong, and more. The Civic Engagement program distinguishes Bard College Berlin for its commitment to real-world impact, while the robust Internship program ensures that students gain work experience in Berlin’s vibrant nonprofit, startup, and arts scene. In the last five years, BCB graduates have gone on to pursue graduate studies at Cambridge University, UC Berkeley, and the University of Chicago, and to work in the fields of education, international relations, business development, and journalism.
Students interested in learning more about Bard College Berlin are invited to attend our forthcoming Open Days on April 6 and June 1. Meet current students, professors, and admissions staff, take a campus tour, participate in a sample seminar, and get a sense for academics and life at Bard College Berlin. To learn more, click here: Visit Us
M. Sc. in Production, Mobility, Energy, Finance or IT
The Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) is one of the top German universities in Engineering. The HECTOR School of Engineering & Management is the Technology Business School of the KIT.
All six Master programs are taught in English and provide high-quality education in a multi-cultural environment with a high level of service:
- Energy Engineering & Management
- Financial Engineering
- Information Systems Engineering & Management
- Mobility Systems Engineering & Management
- Management of Product Development
- Production & Operations Management
The unique combination of engineering expertise with management know-how qualifies graduates to successfully face their companies’ current and future challenges in a globalized and fast-moving business environment. Participants benefit from the exchange with other professionals and junior managers from all over the world as well as from a strong network of partners in research and industry.
- Format: English-speaking, two-week modules in-class in Karlsruhe
- Duration: 4 semesters
- Start date: October 2019
- Application: Rolling application process. We suggest submitting your application by June for a start in October.
- Admission Requirements: First academic degree in a relevant subject, minimum of 1 - 2 years of professional experience in the specific field, English Qualification
- Tuition fees per semester: 7,500.00 EUR
Why come to Karlsruhe?
Karlsruhe is in the heart of Europe. That makes it easy to explore Europe. It is Germany’s Tech-Capital and a vivid place with the second most hours of sunshine in Germany and a large number of students from six higher education institutions.
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