As a student in our Bachelor of Science in Business Administration degree program, you will choose one of four specializations:
- International management,
- sustainable management,
- supply chain management or
- management information systems.
Each with its own unique focus and career path, these specializations provide you with a customized learning experience and allow you to focus on your chosen area, helping prepare you for your future career goals.
Most students choose the standard track with 180 ECTS, but we also offer an intensive track with 210 ECTS. The intensive track is also completed within six semesters. On the intensive track, you will have more in-depth exposure to the coursework and complete a second internship. With the extra credits, you will have even more options when choosing a master degree – including shorter programs that allow you to start your career earlier.
The BSc program is rounded off by valuable experience outside the classroom: a mandatory three-month internship, an integrated semester abroad, and other extracurricular activities.
Preparation Program/Foundation Year
Do you have an IB or another diploma which does not allow you to study at a German university?
As the German Abitur (high school leaving certificate) is held to such a high standard, it is often quite difficult for international applicants to meet the equivalent. With international high school diplomas, direct entry is usually not an option. In order to bridge the gap, KLU offers students the opportunity to complete our Preparation Program at our partner institution in Berlin.
All interested students are asked to apply for our Bachelor of Science Program and if you do not satisfy the requirements for studying at a university in Germany, you could be eligible to enroll in the Preparation Program. Once you have submitted all of your documents, our admission team will review your application and depending on your eligibility offer a study spot.
For business studies, you take a combination of subject courses, as well as introductory German (identified as a necessity by the state). The program prepares you for the Feststellungsprüfung (FSP), which is an entry exam conducted in Hamburg. You will take the FSP at the end of the program, and upon passing you will be eligible to start your Bachelor studies at KLU.
Please check our website for details.