Bachelor in Corporate Management & Economics

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Program Description

For company founders. Social entrepreneurs. Business consultants. Investment bankers. Coffeehouse founders. Automobile experts. Financial jugglers. Successors of family businesses. Booksellers. Global corporate leaders. NPO specialists. Lobbyists. Consumer researchers. Creative salespeople. Music publishers. Please note: German language skills required!

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CME is a study program taught in the German language. It is based on the observation that today´s managers and entrepreneurs increasingly have to face challenges that cannot be met with the classical function areas of business administration and economics alone. The traditional management training is thus reaching its limits. To face the new challenges, expansions in the areas of communication and organizational theory, as well as political science, are becoming essential.

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Z.U. reacts to these challenges by offering an outstanding program that combines business administration and economics with cultural studies, communication sciences, and media studies, as well as with aspects of political and administrative sciences. Yet: Sound knowledge of mathematics is an important prerequisite for studying corporate management and economics at our university.

Important Note: All bachelor programs at Zeppelin University require a sound knowledge of German. Although quite a few of our courses are taught in English, your German knowledge should be at least on the C1 level of the CEFR in order to start a successful study program at Z.U. Therefore, we regret that we cannot accept applications written in English.

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Last updated Feb 2019

About the School

The major ques­tions that we are fac­ing - both at pre­sent and in the fu­ture - are too com­plex and in­ter­linked to allow for a uni­di­men­sional an­swer. The in­creas­ing so­cial, po­lit­i­cal, ec ... Read More

The major ques­tions that we are fac­ing - both at pre­sent and in the fu­ture - are too com­plex and in­ter­linked to allow for a uni­di­men­sional an­swer. The in­creas­ing so­cial, po­lit­i­cal, eco­nomic, cul­tural, eco­log­i­cal, and me­dial in­ter­link­ing of our world re­quires a place of com­mon dis­course. Read less
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