Bachelor Degrees in Germany

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Germany is a popular destination for students from all over the world seeking a bachelor’s degree. Students choose a Bachelor in Germany for several reasons, including excellence in education, the position as a highly technologically developed country, rich culture and history, and a variety of landscapes ranging from beautiful countryside to dynamic cities.

There is a variety of Bachelor in Germany programs that students can choose from. Some of the more popular fields of study for a Bachelor in Germany are international relations, business, engineering, economics, and hospitality, to name a few. There are also options offered by universities that provide flexibility in scheduling, such as full-time, part-time, and online studies. Program specifics vary between universities and programs, and it usually takes a minimum of three years of full-time study to complete a Bachelor in Germany program.

Scroll through the options below for a Bachelor in Germany and you may find the program that will help you reach your personal and professional goals!

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Bachelor in Humanities, the Arts and Social Thought

Bard College Berlin
Campus Full time 8 semesters October 2017 Germany Berlin

Bard College Berlin's BA degree in Humanities, the Arts, and Social Thought affords students the opportunity to gain a thorough training in the fields of the humanities, while also acquiring a knowledge of the key intellectual developments, works, and debates that lie at the origin of the disciplines of the social and natural sciences and the practicing arts. [+]

Bachelors in Germany 2017. Bard College Berlin's BA degree in Humanities, the Arts, and Social Thought affords students the opportunity to gain a thorough training in the fields of the humanities, while also acquiring a knowledge of the key intellectual developments, works, and debates that lie at the origin of the disciplines of the social and natural sciences and the practicing arts. The core program consists of courses that address some of the most important texts and artifacts in the cultural legacies of Europe and the world. In addition to the core program, students choose one of the following areas of concentration: Art and Aesthetics, Ethics and Politics, Literature and Rhetoric. Electives in studio arts (theater, dance, painting, art production) are also available, as are a wide range of electives in philosophy, art history, literature, film, and social theory. Students progress toward the completion of a BA thesis in the fourth year, under the supervision of an individual faculty member. Study abroad in Europe (through the ERASMUS network), or in the United States (at Bard College or its affiliated programs and campuses) and around the world (in the Bard network or through Bard College Berlin's international exchange agreements) is possible in the third year. An internship program supports the undertaking of practical training or work experience at any stage of the degree. Language study in German from beginner to advanced level is available throughout the program. All B.A. in Humanities, the Arts, and Social Thought candidates must demonstrate intermediate proficiency in German by the end of their second year. The degree qualifies students for graduate study or employment in a broad range of humanities and arts fields. Degree Requirements and Structure [-]

Bachelor in Corporate Management & Economics

Zeppelin University
Campus Full time 8 semesters August 2017 Germany Friedrichshafen

CME is a study program taught in 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. [+]

For company founders. Social entrepreneurs. Business consultants. Investment bankers. Coffee house founders. Automobile experts. Financial jugglers. Successors of family businesses. Booksellers. Global corporate leaders. NPO specialists. Lobbyists. Consumer researchers. Creative sales people. Music publishers. Please note: German language skills required! CME is a study program taught in 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. ZU 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 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 ZU. Therefore, we regret that we cannot accept applications written in English. [-]

LLB In Tax Administration

University Of Applied Sciences Ludwigsburg - Public Administration and Finance
Campus Full time 3 years October 2017 Germany Ludwigsburg

In the study course "Elevated service in the Tax Administration" (control program) of the Department 2 - Tax and business law - is assigned, the students are trained professional theory and professional practice for the activities of the higher service of the Tax Administration ... [+]

Bachelors in Germany 2017. In the study course "Elevated service in the Tax Administration" (control program) of the Department 2 - Tax and business law - is assigned, the students are trained professional theory and professional practice for the activities of the higher service tax administration. The objective of the study is the career examination for the elevated service of the Tax Administration and the related award of the university degree Bachelor of Laws (LL.B). After 3 years of tax studies, graduates can be employed as a clerk in the entire tax administration eg in the tax, at the Regional Finance Office or the Ministry of Finance. Moreover, they can also act wherever fiscal, legal and, economy-scientific expertise is in demand. This is possible because the control program is not only a specialist training for the entire tax law but also a generalist study of Law and Economics. In vocational education tax studies at the University of Ludwigsburg and in practical training at the tax offices and the methodological and social skills are formed in addition to the tax, legal and economics skills that are needed for various tasks in the areas of taxation and economic. Duration of the control study: 3 years The control program includes specialized studies with 21 months duration at the university and a 15-month practical training in the education tax offices the Oberfinanzdirektion Karlsruhe. Status during control study Students are official candidates / inside and get an education provided by approximately 1,000 EUR. The students are in the preparatory service the level career of the tax administration. Beginning of the tax study The bachelorisierte control program begins on 1 October of setting the vintage with the basic studies. destinations Students are expected due to the mediated theoretical analytical skills acquired methodological and social action skills and are mixed with a sound knowledge of German tax law in a position to meet the varied and demanding tasks of tax administration. The studies at the Academy and practical training in the education tax offices convey the essential content of the tax law and the principles of civil law and public law. The control program also provides an understanding of economic, business management and international relations. Students are trained to become experts in tax law and therefore also have the best career opportunities in many areas of industry. course structure The control program is divided into four stages of study (undergraduate degree I with 5 months, Basic Studies II 4 months, basic studies III 5 months and graduate with 7 months) and in four practical phases. Thus the concept of dual training is realized. Bachelor thesis Before and during the main course, students have to prepare a bachelor thesis. The thesis must have been at least with sufficient "rated". Tests and performance checks Due to legal requirements, an intermediate examination for the modules to be studied in the basic course I provided at the end of the first part of the basic studies. The existence of the intermediate examination is a prerequisite for the continuation of the control studies. After undergraduate studies II / III final exams are scheduled for the modules in this study sections to be studied, influence the overall result of the career examination and the Bachelor grade. At the end of the main study is the career examination and the Bachelor's degree. As part of the writing career examination are to be processed for five modules practice exams. is completed, the control study with the oral career examination. The performance shown in the tests affect the overall results of the career examination and the Bachelor grade. The performance during the practical training or for practice modules are evaluated and affect the overall results of the career examination and the Bachelor grade. The existence of all individual modules during control study is a prerequisite for the award of the Bachelor degree. graduation Students are awarded with passing the career examination of the degree of "Bachelor of Laws" (LL.B.). [-]

Bachelor of Arts in Family Business Management

EU Business School
Campus Full time 3 years

Family businesses are unique in the way that they operate and in the skills required to work in them. Family-owned companies face their own unique challenges in a business environment characterized by intensified competition. [+]

Family businesses are unique in the way that they operate and in the skills required to work in them. Family-owned companies face their own unique challenges in a business environment characterized by intensified competition. In this specialization, you will learn how to leverage your strengths in the management of family business and successfully implement practices that drive high performance, shareholder loyalty and healthy family relationships.

Duration: Six semesters/three years (Summer Fast Track option available)

Locations: Barcelona, Geneva, Montreux

Teaching Language: English

Campus Exchange Programs: You can transfer to any of the four main campuses after any completed semester. We also have exchange programs with a long list of other universities around the world.... [-]


BEng in Composites

PFH Private University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 8 semesters October 2017 Germany Stade

This engineering science study programme in Verbundwerkstoffe/Composites, which is unique in the whole of Europe, is intended for people with a university or other higher education entrance qualification who are inspired by technology. It trains students to become high-tech specialists in carbon materials and other composites. [+]

Bachelors in Germany 2017. PFH Hansecampus Stade This engineering science study programme in Verbundwerkstoffe/Composites, which is unique in the whole of Europe, is intended for people with a university or other higher education entrance qualification who are inspired by technology. It trains students to become high-tech specialists in carbon materials and other composites. Carbon, whose scientifically correct name is carbon fibre-reinforced plastic (CFRP), is regarded as the "black gold" of materials. This is because components made of CFRP are much lighter than steel, but extremely robust and resilient. Composites play a central role not only in the construction of jumbo jets like the A 380, but also in many other industries like automotive engineering, machine construction, shipbuilding, and wind turbine construction, which makes our graduates highly sought-after. Your Benefits Study programme unique in the whole of Europe Best possible career prospects in aircraft construction, automotive engineering, machine construction, wind turbine construction and many other industries Integrated skilled worker training (optional) Up-to-date content provided by professors with practical experience Collaborative partners like Airbus, DLR and Fraunhofer Institute in the immediate neighbourhood of the campus Management basics and soft skills training in the study programme Individual supervision in small learning groups Study Content The study programme imparts material and construction knowledge with regard not only to carbon fibre-reinforced plastics (CFRP), but also to glass fibre-reinforced plastics (GFRP) and other composites. It first lays the relevant engineering, as well as natural science and mathematical, foundations. Based on this, the study programme then provides knowledge in respect of the calculation, construction and manufacture of fibre composites. Practical laboratory work and projects will enable you to consolidate the theoretically acquired knowledge. Furthermore, the sixth semester is designed as a professional experience-oriented semester. Modules dealing with topics like project management, Business Administration basics, Business & Technical English and soft skills complete your profile. Integrated Skilled Worker Training You can complete the integrated skilled worker training as a Process Technician in Plastics and Rubber Engineering (CIC) in the third semester and in the lecture-free periods up to and including the fifth semester. Airbus Operations GmbH, a member of PFH's Board of Trustees, makes its training centre available for this. Depending on your target industry and activity, you can, however, also choose a different training programme or integrate an additional practical semester or a semester abroad into your study programme. In addition, students who have already completed a training scheme can complete the Bachelor's degree in just seven semesters. This study variant is also worth 210 ECTS. Stay Abroad The structure of the study programme also allows you to include practically oriented stays abroad, depending on your personal plans. For example, you can spend the whole of the professional experience-oriented sixth semester in a company abroad. Students who are not completing the skilled worker training can also use the third semester for a stay abroad. Practical Orientation The CFK Valley e. V. network of excellence provides a suitable environment for a practically oriented study programme. The network includes companies that use or develop CFRP technology, as well as the PFH. Stade is already the largest European manufacturing location for CFRP lightweight structures, with Airbus, for example, producing the tail fin of the A 380. This proximity provides you with many advantages: For instance, you can complete the professional experience-oriented part of your skilled worker training in one of the member companies of the CFK Valley. Equally, there are many other companies from a wide variety of industries in Germany and Europe that are available as partners for the practical elements in study programme and training. Career Prospects Excellent career prospects in many different branches of industry await you as a graduate of the Bachelor's degree in "Verbundwerkstoffe/Composites". These include, for example, aircraft construction, automotive engineering, machine construction, ship und yacht building, railway vehicle and wind turbine construction. You will find possible areas of deployment in product development and in the areas of design, manufacture, application technology, technical customer advice or sales. The CFRP branch of the economy is currently forecast to experience overall growth of around 10 percent a year. The already high demand, from business and research, for engineers with expertise in composites will therefore increase even further in future. Requirements and Application Procedure Entry requirement University entrance qualification; university of applied sciences entrance qualification, exceptions are possible under the Niedersächsische Hochschulgesetz (Lower Saxony Higher Education Act) Application procedure Written or online application Written aptitude test, personal interview Application deadline Possible to apply at any time Application documents Letter of application, application form, curriculum vitae, higher education entrance qualification, copy of passport, digital photo, any other certificates Tuition fees 4,200 euro per semester One-time fees 520 euro admin fee (waived for EU citizens) 420 euro enrolment fee 1,000 euro examination fee [-]

Part-Time Bachelor Of Engineering In Mechanical Engineering

NBS Northern Business School
Campus Part time 8 semesters September 2017 Germany Hamburg

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is an accredited, nationally recognized courses offered by the NBS Northern Business School School of Management and Safety in Hamburg. [+]

The Department of Mechanical Engineering is an accredited, nationally recognized courses offered by the NBS Northern Business School School of Management and Safety in Hamburg. This program is offered at the NBS in part-time on Friday evenings and Saturdays for professionals and trainees. So it is possible, part time to acquire a state-recognized university degree within 8 semesters. The program concludes with a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.). Course contents The part-time Bachelor Course Mechanical Engineering mediated by application-oriented teaching business management basic knowledge, broad scientific engineering expertise and the ability to recognize in the field of engineering science tasks responsible real-world problems to work out possible solutions and critically weigh up and successfully implement a solution chosen alternative into practice. The acquisition of responsible tasks requires not only expertise Security and decisiveness. Accordingly, the training is focused on key skills and to promote personal development. Graduates of the occupational study program engineering are scientifically trained professionals who are able to systematically analyze problems and to develop optimal policy options under the observance of the goals of the company. Engineers are versatile and interdisciplinary working. Therefore, in-depth knowledge of other areas of knowledge such as physics, computer science and material science are required in mechanical engineering. Besides strong domain business thinking, communication skills and customer focus are just as essential as creativity and teamwork. The vocational options With a Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) In the Department of Mechanical Engineering can benefit from the excellent prospects of engineers specialized in mechanical engineering and mechatronics in the job market graduates after successfully completing his studies. The current lack of skilled labor analysis of the Federal Employment Agency from June 2015 shows again for Hamburg a shortage of engineers in the field of mechanical and vehicle engineering, for engineers of mechatronics, automation and electrical engineering shows even a nationwide shortage. The conceptual design of the course was carried out in coordination with several members of the industry association Hamburg. For this reason too important business units were integrated into the learning content. The employability of students is already conveyed further while studying the integrated seminar program. The study course The study is conducted in part-time on Friday evenings and Saturdays. The process can be conceptually divided into two phases. In the first four semesters there are only compulsory modules. Focus is to provide the necessary for the further Studienweg fundamental knowledge in the areas of methodology, mathematics, technical basics and computer science. Next specialize through courses in the fields of mechanics and electronics comprising mechatronics for tasks. Course schedule 1st semester Mathematics for Engineers I physics Basics of Business Administration Materials Science Scientific work 2nd semester Mathematics for Engineers II machine elements computer science I Engineering Mechanics 3rd semester Mathematics for Engineers III manufacturing engineering Engineering Mechanics II Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering English for Engineers 4th semester Thermal & Fluid Dynamics Construction / CAD I computer science II Project & Quality Management 5th semester Hydraulics & Pneumatics Construction / CAD II Technical Documentation & Innovation Management Studienarbeit mechanics & construction electric driving force 6th semester control Engineering Management Accounting & Controlling Basics measurement Digitaleletronik 7th semester Environmental Management & Safety automation technology microcontroller technology Mechatronics Studienarbeit Automation Systems 8th semester product development Bachelor Thesis & Colloquium baseline Next course begins in the winter semester 2016/2017 on 09.01.2016. graduation Bachelor of Engineering (B.Eng.) conditions General university or technical college OR, holders of a university degree, which was acquired at a German university for a study with a standard study period of at least six semesters and those who passed at a German Fachhochschule with the preliminary far above average OR those successful at a certified career advancement as Master / -in; Engineer; / Participated -in Betriebswirt / -in or Fachwirt OR, holders of certificates after the ship's officer training Regulation OR, holders of diplomas from vocational schools in accordance with the ordinances pursuant to Section 24, Paragraph 2 of the Hamburg Schools Act OR Persons who have completed vocational training and demonstrate an after at least three years work and demonstrate the ability to study for this degree in a receiving inspection Normal period 8 semesters (48 months); Shortening in previous studies, vocational training or nationally recognized career advancement possible. Employment alongside their studies In order to enable a successful conclusion of the course within the normal period and to avoid an overload for the students, it is recommended not to exceed a weekly working time of 30 hours. Lecture periods and Break The winter semester extends from 01.09. until 15:02., the summer semester runs from 01:03. until 31.07. In the last two weeks of February, August and from Christmas Eve to New Year neither lectures nor checks. Lecture times and places The courses are held on Fridays 18:00 to 21:15 and Saturday 8:30 to 5:00 p.m. in our study centers and Quarree Holstenhofweg and on the premises of Helmut Schmidt University Hamburg. tuition fee The tuition fees amount to 400 Euros per month. In addition, a one-time examination fee of 300 Euro is for the statutory audit applicable (Total price: 19,500 euros). [-]

Bachelor in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Offenburg University
Campus Full time 3.5 years October 2017 Germany Offenburg

In ad­di­tion to its Ger­man Bach­e­lor pro­grams, the Of­fen­burg Uni­ver­sity of Ap­plied Sci­ences also of­fers an in­ter­na­tional Bach­e­lor pro­gram, which [+]

Bachelor in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

Tri-national degree in Electrical Engineering/Information Technology - taught in German and French (EI-3nat)

In ad­di­tion to its Ger­man Bach­e­lor pro­grams, the Of­fen­burg Uni­ver­sity of Ap­plied Sci­ences also of­fers an in­ter­na­tional Bach­e­lor pro­gram, which is taught in Ger­man and French. Grad­u­ates of the pro­gram re­ceive a de­gree from Ger­many, France and Switzer­land.

The con­tent of this de­gree pro­gram is sim­i­lar to that of the Ger­man Bach­e­lor's de­gree pro­gram in Elec­tri­cal En­gi­neer­ing/In­for­ma­tion Tech­nol­ogy (link in Ger­man). How­ever, the bilin­gual in­struc­tion fur­ther pre­pares stu­dents for a ca­reer in Ger­many, France or Switzer­land. Ad­vanced Ger­man and French lan­guage skills are re­quired for ad­mis­sion into this pro­gram.... [-]


BA in War and Conflict

University of Kent, School of Politics and International Relations
Campus Full time Part time 3 years

This is a multidisciplinary programme that is dedicated to the analysis of violent conflict and its managements or resolution. As part of this question you will explore questions like: what causes violent conflict? Is war [+]

This is a multidisciplinary programme that is dedicated to the analysis of violent conflict and its managements or resolution. As part of this question you will explore questions like: what causes violent conflict? Is war legal? What can be done to reduce violent conflict? Is conflict always a bad thing? What is the role of international and civil society in managing and resolving destructive wars? Whist the majority of your teaching will take place within the school of politics and international relations, the programme is enriched by other courses in a number of related schools. For example, courses in international law, criminology and history form key aspects of the program. Depending upon your interests you will also have the option to explore a range of related topics such as sociology, philosophy, anthropology and economics, or focus on specific conflict-prone regions including Africa, Eastern Europe, Latin America and Russia. The University of Kent has a strong history in conflict analysis, hosting the longest running conflict research centre in the UK (Conflict Analysis Research Centre). We also have internationally renowned MA and PhD programmes in International Conflict Analysis. The War and Conflict Studies degree now offers undergraduate students the opportunity to take advantage of our strong expertise in this area. Entry Requirements Offer levels for 2015 entry: - A-level: BBB / pts - IB Higher: 15 - IB Overall: 34 [-]

Bachelor in Management

ESCP Europe Business School
Campus Full time 3 years September 2017 Germany Berlin

The Bachelor in Management (BSc) is a three-year general management programme embracing training in languages, liberal arts and personal development. [+]

Bachelors in Germany 2017. The Bachelor in Management (BSc) is a three-year general management programme embracing training in languages, liberal arts and personal development. You will spend your time at three different campuses across Europe, experiencing living and studying in different countries and languages without having to compromise on academic excellence. Our students benefit from ESCP Europe's extensive network of companies, institutions and organisations, and gain proficiency in a minimum of three languages by the end of this very selective and intellectually demanding programme. Discover a well-balanced, cutting-edge undergraduate programme, which: Combines the best of management science with a training in liberal arts and languages. Offers the opportunity to experience intercultural management first hand by studying in three countries in three years. Allows you to learn and speak additional languages during the course of an intellectually challenging programme. Our Bachelor in Management (BSc) is totally unique, and will offer you: An opportunity to broaden your horizons (e.g. by studying psychology or sociology) while acquiring crucial skills for your future business career. Classes in study, methodological and research skills, as well as training and workshops to improve your oral and communication skills. The possibility to study in different countries while staying at the same school, following a meticulously designed curriculum. A demanding programme gathering high-profile students from around the world who aspire to attain top international careers. Key Features Founded in 1819, ESCP Europe is the world's first business school. Not only do we have almost 200 years of educational expertise behind us, but we are also world-renowned for our Master in Management programme (now ranked 4th globally by the Financial Times). Using this history and proven methodology, the Bachelor in Management (BSc) has been carefully developed to provide students with a comprehensive and unique education. Benefit from: Small group pedagogy allowing for in-class interactivity and regular face-to-face time with international, top-notch faculty Multinational teamwork and development of the intercultural skills highly appreciated by employers in an ever more globalised world Practical real-life cases and business simulations to prepare students for their first steps in the corporate world In-depth development of written competencies, and of presentation and rhetorical skills Collective projects to trigger student initiatives, developing creativity and entrepreneurial spirit Internships and social projects facilitated by our links to the corporate and institutional world, providing our students with their first true professional experiences Certified Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Management fully compliant with the Bologna process introduced by the European Union in 1999. What You Study The Bachelor programme consists of six semesters with a total of 180 ECTS credits. During this thought-provoking three-year programme, our students learn about the various fields of business management and acquire the necessary background in economics and law, complemented by the fundamentals of maths and statistics applicable to the different management domains. Learning about liberal arts and humanities gives students an important understanding of these fields and their links to the management discipline. Through this students are able to access business in a wider context and develop different ways of thinking. Students develop presentation, communication and research skills, as well as gaining fluency in several languages. Group work and collective projects are an integral part of the programme, allowing students to gain insights into working as a team with people all over the world, both face-to-face and digital technology. We believe that theory is nothing without practice, so internships and social impact projects provide the opportunity for students to bring their learned concepts and techniques to life. The Bachelor thesis brings the programme to a close, consolidating the past three years of learning and working in a multicultural environment and preparing students for the next steps in their career, be it in postgraduate study or graduate work opportunities. Curriculum Below is a list of the modules set for the Bachelor in Management (BSc) 2016 intake. First year (London or Paris) Introduction to Business Administration & Organisations Financial & Managerial Accounting 1 Micro-Economics European Institutions & Comparative Political Systems Funadamentals of Mathematics Statistics 1 Introduction to Psychology & Sociology International Relations and European & World History Presentation, Discussion & Rhetoric Skills Computer Skills Collective Project 1 Languages Second year (Madrid, Paris or Turin) Finance Financial & Managerial Accounting 2 Marketing Macro-Economics Business Law: Contract & Corporate Law International Business Law & Taxation Statistics 2 Advanced Statistics Key Scientific & Technological Issues in Business Intercultural Skills Collective Project 2 Languages Internship 1 or Social Impact Project Third year (Berlin or Paris) International Management & Strategy Operations & Information Systems CSR & Business Ethics Management Elective Courses International Economics Liberal Arts Elective Courses Academic Writing Skills Business Game Languages Internship 2 Bachelor Thesis Languages Languages form an important part of ESCP Europe's Bachelor programme, with the aim being that all our students speak three languages (including their mother tongue) upon graduation. To make this possible, we provide in-class and digital language courses that are adapted to each student's level during the three years. During the first year all courses are taught in English. During the second semester of the second year, some courses in Madrid and Paris will be taught in Spanish and French respectively; all courses offered in Turin are in English. In the third year some of the elective courses will be offered in German, with the option of selecting electives taught in English. This offers our students the flexibility to study according to their preferences, whilst developing proficiency in other languages. Internships Each student is required to complete at least two internships, one of which can be replaced by a social impact project. We believe that theory is nothing without practice. This is why we incorporate internships within every programme at ESCP Europe, bringing theory to life and ensuring students get essential exprience through a range of companies and organisations. Our Careers Service provides support and advice in the student's internship search; however, as part of the learning experience, students are expected to take the lead in sourcing and applying for vacant positions. Examples of companies and organisations offering internships to our students Automotive: BMW, Daimler, Fiat, Ford, Renault, Volkswagen Banking & Finance: ABN Amro, AXA, BNP Paribas, Central European Bank, CSFB, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, HSBC, Société Générale, Santander, UBS Consulting: Accenture, AT Kearney, Bain & Company, Boston Consulting Group, Capgemini, Ernst & Young, KPMG, Lexington Consulting, McKinsey & Company, PriceWaterhouseCoopers, Roland Berger Cosmetics & Luxury Brands: Beiersdorf, Bulgari, Estée Lauder, Hermès, Inditex-Zara, L’Oréal, LVMH E-commerce & IT: IBM, Intel, Movistar-Telefónica, Schlumberger,T-Mobile, Orange, AOL, Google, Apple Electrics & Engineering: Arcelor Mittal. Bosch, EADS, General Electric, Siemens Energy & Chemicals: BP, Cognis, Henkel, Shell, Repsol, YPF, Total Food & Beverages: Danone, Ferrero, Kraft, Lavazza. Martini & Rossi Marketing & Communication: ACNielsen, Addison Corporate, Emap Communication, GTI Specialist Publishers, IMG Artists, Saatchi & Saatchi, The Media Trust, Universal McCann NGO: Oxfam, Médecins du Monde Pharmaceuticals & Healthcare: GlaxoSmithKline, Pfizer, Siemens Medical Solutions Thesis The Bachelor Thesis is a further opportunity for students to enhance the learning and skills gained from the programme and deepen both knowledge and understanding of their chosen field in management. Students select a research topic of particular interest for analysis. Recommendations are prepared using clear, logical argumentation and drawing upon original desk research, interviews or a case study carried out during their assignment. Each thesis project is supervised and guided by a member of Faculty or expert in the relevant field. Students are encouraged to pick a topic of personal interest or one highly relevant to their future career plan. A written thesis is submitted at the end of the programme and a viva voce oral examination is held, at which the research is presented to and assessed by a jury. The thesis can be written in English, German, French, Italian or Spanish, and is guided by faculty in Berlin, London, Madrid, Paris and Turin - again reflecting the international dimension of the programme. Where You Study Students on the Bachelor in Management (BSc) live and study in a different city each year, experiencing three distinct countries and cultures. First year: London or Paris Second year: Madrid, Paris or Turin Third year: Berlin or Paris All students start the programme in London, building friendships and learning about each other's backgrounds and experiences. During the second year, students choose from three different cities (Madrid, Paris and Turin). The group continues to work as one through distance learning group works, benefitting from the relationships fostered during the previous year. In today's globalised business world, it is essential to be able to work together in multinational teams with members spread over different locations. The third and final year once again brings all students together on the same campus (Berlin) to exchange and share their experiences from the previous year, and successfully complete the Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme. Alumni Network Boasting 45,000 graduates in more than 150 countries and representing 200 different nationalities, our students have access to a unique alumni network which provides support and helps to build ties on an international scale. Our alumni have won a well-earned place for themselves in the international business community with most working as business leaders in top companies or successful entrepreneurs. The Alumni calendar is always packed full of social events, Alumnights and Workshops. From the Regatta and Ski Weekend events to the annual Gala dinners at each campus, our students enjoy a wealth of activities alongside the alumni community. Admissions The admission process is open from October to June. Selective recruitment ensures you only study alongside the very highest calibre students. Eligible candidates are high profile students graduating from high school with distinction (or equivalent if no formal graduation). The programme is not designed for students having obtained a French baccalauréat in France. Please note that admission is only granted to students with the necessary visa. Admission Process Step 1: The online application file includes : Academic records of the last three years (details of all examination results obtained during the last three years of secondary education, including mock secondary examination results, if applicable). Secondary school examination certificate(s), if already held. Otherwise, applicants must provide these documents as soon as received. Personal statement in English. Contact details for two academic referees. English language test scores (TOEFL: 90, IELTS: 6.5, CAE). Supporting documents of additional spoken languages. Photocopy of ID/Passport. Step 2: Successful applicants will be invited to sit admission tests, which include: Personal interview (in the language of the interviewing campus, or in English as preferred). Alpha-numeric reasoning admission test (available in more than 30 languages) Whilst we prefer to meet students in person, distance interviews (via Skype) may be available. Please note that admission is only granted to students with the necessary visa. Calendar The Bachelor programme begins every September. The application process operates on a rolling deadline system from October to June. There is a non-refundable application fee of €170 for all applicants. You can choose which campus you would like to apply to based on location and/or personal preference. To find out more about the Bachelor in Management and how to apply, please visit our website. [-]

Bachelor in International Management

University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt
Campus Full time 7 - 8 semesters September 2017 Germany Würzburg

The new international Bachelor programme prepares students for a career in an international business environment in Germany or abroad. Foreign students get to know the German culture and language while German students will be prepared professionally and culturally for a future job in an international company. [+]

The new international Bachelor programme prepares students for a career in an international business environment in Germany or abroad. Foreign students get to know the German culture and language while German students will be prepared professionally and culturally for a future job in an international company. During the first three semesters, basics of international management are taught, e.g. accounting, HR and finance. You can then decide whether you want to spend the fourth semester at one of our international partner universities or the fifth semester as an intern with a company abroad. Credits from our partner university will be accepted by FHWS. During the sixth and seventh semesters, theoretical and practical skills will be deepened in two majors and while the Bachelor's thesis is being written. The Bachelor’s Degree Course International Management can also be studied as a 8 semesters (4 years) Double Degree Programme. Please contact us for more information. Course Structure: First to fourth semester: General Business Courses e.g. Accounting, HR and Finance Fifth semester: Internship Sixth semester: Selected Majors (part I) – International Business or General Management Seventh semester: Selected Majors (part I) – International Business or General Management + Bachelor seminar and Bachelor's thesis Admission requirements: Secondary school leaver`s certificate. If required: evidence of study dates and qualifications Evidence of knowledge of English e.g. from TOEFL test (min. 80 points internet-based) Knowledge of German to A2 level (CEFR). There is an option to achieve this level by means of FHWS courses during the first two semesters Course Summary: Degree Level: Bachelor Location: Würzburg, Germany Course Language: English Duration: 3.5 years Tuition fees: None Application Deadline: 15 July for the following winter semester [-]

Bachelor in Media and Communication Management

Macromedia University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time Part time 7 semesters March 2017 Germany Munich + 1 more

This programme prepares students adequately for positions in the international media environment, by providing them with concrete applications of management skills from an international perspective. The duration of the study programme is 7 semesters, including one semester abroad and one in a company of your choice. Students work on current projects in real-world conditions right from the start. [+]

How can a public relations campaign be implemented internationally? What must be considered when one wants to sell a quiz show worldwide? The English-language bachelor's programme Media and Communication Management prepares comprehensively for the demands of international media professionals. Media companies and agencies working internationally, utilizing global media formats. In addition to general management skills, therefore, concrete fields of application are taught from an international perspective. The focus is on Brand Management and Advertising, Corporate Communications and Public Relations, Digital Media Management and TV Management and Broadcasting. With this training, graduates are qualified for positions in international media companies – in Germany and abroad.... [-]


LLB in Law

University of Bolton
Campus Full time 3 - 5 years

The LLB (Hons) Law degree at the University of Bolton includes the initial or academic stage of training in the process of becoming a solicitor or barrister. Successful completion of this course will enable you to progress to further training, leading to qualification to practice as a barrister or as a solicitor. An LLB law degree is highly regarded by many employers and you may choose to use this qualification as the basis for graduate level... [+]

Law - LLB (Hons) The LLB (Hons) Law degree at the University of Bolton includes the initial or academic stage of training in the process of becoming a solicitor or barrister. Successful completion of this course will enable you to progress to further training, leading to qualification to practice as a barrister or as a solicitor. An LLB law degree is highly regarded by many employers and you may choose to use this qualification as the basis for graduate level entry into other careers; for example in commerce, industry, the civil service and the armed forces. By studying this challenging and demanding course you will gain a thorough grounding in the discipline of law. You will develop the transferable intellectual and personal skills that are essential for the practice of law and which will also equip you for many other careers. These skills include written and verbal communication, attention to detail, absorbing and analysing often complex information, time management, teamwork and motivation. About the course The Solicitors’ Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board, the national professional bodies for law, have accredited the University of Bolton for the purposes of the solicitors’ and barristers’ academic stage requirements. You will study at the University’s Business School, and receive excellent levels of contact and interaction with both teaching staff and your fellow students. This will ensure a friendly, supportive and student-centred approach to your study experience. The course is challenging and requires motivation and self-direction as well as the ability to work in a small group environment. You will be expected to think and to challenge at every stage of the course. You will be taught through a mix of lectures, seminars, tutorials and group work. The application of your knowledge and understanding to real cases and scenarios will be a key component of your studies. Staff members are highly qualified in the field and offer a range of contacts with potential employers including the legal profession. You are required to pass all assessments and examinations in the 'foundations of legal knowledge'. Special features As well as lectures we offer small group tutorials to learn about the application of law to problems and issues. These sessions develop generic, transferable skills and are important for revision and exam preparation. The Bolton law Society gives awards to outstanding students within the year. This accolade can be an important stepping stone into a legal career. Our own court room will facilitate teaching advocacy skills and be a venue for guest speakers. We are also happy to develop links with other subject areas. The University has forged links with bodies such as the Bolton Law Society. Links with local employers: a dedicated member of our team makes links between Law at the University of Bolton and local employers and magistrates. Personal tuition: regular class sessions give small groups of students a chance to have close contact with their personal tutor. These are designed to build up student confidence, study skills and life skills. What you will learn Your study will be based on the requirements defined by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the Bar Standards Board for the initial or academic stage of training to practice in the legal profession. You will establish your knowledge and understanding of the doctrines and principles which underpin the law of England and Wales. You will learn about the sources of the law, how it is made and developed, the institutions within which that law is administered and the personnel who practice law. You will learn a wide range of legal concepts, values, principles and rules of English law and how to explain the relationship between them in a number of particular areas. You will develop the intellectual and practical skills needed to research and analyse the law from primary resources on specific matters and to apply the findings of such work to the solution of legal problems. You will also develop your ability to communicate these findings, both orally and in writing, in a manner that is appropriate to the needs of a variety of audiences. The course will extend your intellectual and evaluative powers. You will gain appropriate transferable and legal skills, the ability to pursue a course of independent study and you will develop your creative thought processes. What you will study Level 1 Core modules (120 credits - each module is 20 credits): English Legal System; Contract Law; Criminal Law; Law of Tort; Legal Skills 1. Level 2 Core modules (120 credits): Public Law; Professionals in Practice (Law); European Law; Equity and Trusts; Human Rights Law; Legal Skills 2. Level 3 Core modules: Land Law (20 credits); PLUS Legal Skills 3 (Law Project) (40 credits) OR Investigative Study (20 credits). Option modules (choose three options if you take Legal Skills 3 or four options if you take Investigative Study as the core above): Law of Evidence (20 credits); Employment Law (20 credits); Family Law (20 credits); Company Law (20 credits); Jurisprudence (20 credits); Intellectual Property Law (20 credits); Financial Crime (20 credits). Entry requirements 280 UCAS points from at least three A2-levels (or equivalent) in any subjects. You should also have five GCSEs at grade C or above (or equivalent) including English. You may be required to pass a diagnostic test prior to admission. If English is not your first language you will also normally need IELTS 6.0 (or equivalent). If you do not have the required English level, you can study English with us from IELTS 4.0 (or equivalent). [-]

Bachelor in International Business (BIB)

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Full time 3 years

GGSB’s Bachelor in International Business aims at training students for positions of responsibility in an international business environment. By the end of the program students will be able to understand the differences between global and regional markets and to communicate effectively in a business context. [+]

Program description:

Classes are taught in English. Students may follow the program in Grenoble or Paris.

During the 3 years of training, students will develop their business and management knowledge and skills in a global context. For a better understanding of the international environment, in semester 1 of the final year, students have the opportunity of studying at one of GGSB's partner campuses. Students may also choose a major in the final year.

Career opportunities:

This program leads to many career opportunities:

- Financial Management

- International Business Management

- Marketing Management

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Bachelor of Business Administration

BI Norwegian Business School
Campus Full time 3 years

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programme was developed to reflect that the world of education is becoming increasingly global. This three-year programme is taught entirely in English and has an international focus and student body. [+]

Bachelor of Business Administration

 

The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) programme at BI Norwegian Business School has been developed to reflect that the world of education is becoming increasingly global.This three-year, full-time programme is taught entirely in English and has an international focus and student body. The Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA) is open to both international and Norwegian students and focuses on basic business related topics, such as accountancy, finance, strategy, methods international economics, shipping and commerce, law, marketing and intercultural communication. Teaching will take a practical approach with group projects and case studies from the world of business playing an integral part of the programme.During the third year the students will have the choice of specialising in shipping, finance or marketing. The specialisation includes four in-depth courses in the chosen field. Completion of the programme will qualify students for admission to further postgraduate studies in the Master of Science programme at BI Norwegian Business School or at other business schools.... [-]


Bachelor of Industrial Engineering/Maintenance and Operation

Deggendorf Institute of Technology
Campus Full time 7 semesters October 2017 Germany Pfarrkirchen

Those who are interested in a career in the field of energy and resource efficiency will soon become aware that both a sound technical and economic knowledgebase is necessary. Those who are also interested in renewable energies, engineering and its maintenance, repair and operation in connection with economic viability and project management, are suited to the Bachelor of Industrial Engineering programme. [+]

Bachelors in Germany 2017. Those who are interested in a career in the field of energy and resource efficiency will soon become aware that both a sound technical and economic knowledgebase is necessary. Those who are also interested in renewable energies, engineering and its maintenance, repair and operation in connection with economic viability and project management, are suited to the Bachelor of Industrial Engineering programme. These particular aspects are the focus of this bachelor degree in Industrial Engineering specialising in “Maintenance – Repair – Operation” (MRO) at the European Campus Rottal-Inn in Pfarrkirchen. A particular emphasis will be on the acquisition of fundamental knowledge in the areas of maintenance, repair and operation engineering and management. This includes topics such as sustainability, renewable energies, process and operation technology, IT in plant and equipment engineering (Industry / Energy 4.0) as well as in leadership, investment and financing, business and operational processes, logistics and in maintenance, repair and operation strategies and planning. A further important component of the programme is the development of language and intercultural competencies, including the specialisation on a particular cultural and economic region. To apply online, please visit: Apply Online - Deggendorf Institute of Technology See photos and films of student life at DIT on our-- Campus Media Page Study at DIT's new European Campus at Rottal-Inn in beautiful Bavaria! Graduates of this degree programme will possess the best qualifications and know-how to work in national and international enviroments in fields such as facility planning and engineering; service and maintenance engineering; maintenance, repair and operation management as well as in controlling for technical fields and in project management. Admission requirements General university entrance qualification Prior knowledge requested Knowledge of basic mathematics and natural sciences is an advantage Course Aim Modern industrial companies are characterised by a high level of complexity of various technologies and processes. More and more, topics such as energy and resource efficiency as well as the safe operation of processes and procedures are essential aspects of their economic success. In light of a growing scarcity of resources and the need to limit the effects of climate change, one of the greatest challenges of the 21st century is the decarbonisation of industrial societies. The ongoing maintenance and repair of processes and procedures in production as well as energy generation play a crucial role in this. An intelligent service and maintenance schedule as well as the organisation of service and maintenance for production and energy generation facilities help enormously to increase efficiency and thus save energy and resources. Maintenance, repair and operations; manufacturing and assembly; engineering, the efficient planning of internal processes as well as building and property management are thus important components of future industrial society. MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Operation) engineers, industrial engineers with a focus on maintenance, repair and operation engineering and management, are characterised by their role in the safe and efficient operation of industrial processes; from facilities to energy production and / or the processing of raw materials and the energy-efficient management of buildings and properties. In addition to a basic bachelor course in industrial engineering, the programme integrates technical training in the fields of maintenance, repair and operations engineering and management, sustainability and data processing. From the third semester onward, the students have the opportunity to select a focus in the technical or in the management area. This interdisciplinary-oriented programme with an additional qualification in the area of language and culture is targeted toward engaged people from all over Europe and beyond, who would like to work in the future-oriented field of environment, resource and climate conscious processes and technologies. Career Prospects The range of career prospects and application areas for industrial engineers is extremely extensive. From system configuration, project management and project controlling to innovation management, technical purchasing, sales, organization and logistics to service and maintenance engineering and maintenance management. This degree offers students a combination of business, engineering and linguistic-cultural course content, providing a solid basis for success in the international environment. This course qualifies graduates to be capable of adapting existing and newly designed processes, methods and technologies so that energy and material resources can be saved. Thereby, future graduates will make a significant contribution in achieving the European Union objective of industrial decarbonisation. Potential employers can be found in all sectors: from the public sector and public utilities such as electricity, gas, heat and water utilities, to industrial companies carrying out industrial processes for production. In particular, industrial companies in the Bavarian Chemical Triangle which operate a large number of chemical-technical production processes, offer excellent career opportunities for graduates. Furthermore, industrial engineers are professionals in consultancy companies, whilst MRO engineers find excellent employment prospects in power engineering management of large scale buildings and properties. The growing renewable energy branch provides graduates of the Industrial Engineering Bachelor programme with excellent opportunities for a secure professional future. Course Objectives The Bachelor programme in Industrial Engineering with a focus on “Maintenance Operation and Repair” (MRO) aims to offer a comprehensive interdisciplinary qualification in the knowledge-intensive fields of engineering and business administration through practice-oriented instruction based on scientific methods. It is also the goal of the programme to impart technical, methodological and social competencies which enable graduates to apply scientific knowledge and methods and to act responsibly in both business operations and in society at large as an employee or as an entrepreneur. The students also gain social and international competencies which enable them to act competently in a complex, intercultural economic landscape; particularly in the energy and resource sector. Against a backdrop of increasing economic internationalisation, international aspects; the development of language competence and at least a one-semester stay abroad are of particular importance. How To Apply Applications to Deggendorf Institute of Technology are open from: International Students - from 15 April to 15 June German Nationals - from 15 April to 15 July To apply online, please visit: Apply Online - Deggendorf Institute of Technology [-]