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Study Business Management – and become a Business Management Professional!

Degree: Bachelor of Science (B. Sc.) in Business Management

Application Deadline: 15th March | Start of Programme: 1st April

  • Study flexibly alongside your job
  • Internationally recognised Bachelor’s degree
  • Industry experts as lecturers
  • Strongly practice related modules
  • Consecutive Master

Do you like to take on responsibility for tasks or the organisation, management and control over projects? Do you have distinctive organisational skills and a first experience in business? Then our Bachelor´s programme in Business Management will be the perfect fit for you.

You will learn the basics in financial management and corporate law as well as strategic business management. Having finished your studies and by bringing the right soft-skills, you will take on management tasks, analyse the market and competitors and evaluate and assess the success of a business.

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Overview of the B.Sc. in business management

Duration of study:6 semesters (3 years)
European Credit Transfer:180 ECTS points
Study model:Study alongside your job full or part-time
Program Concept :

Web-enhanced face-to-face learning format:

  • Onsite study programs with additional e-learning and webinars via our learning platform
  • Practical-oriented attendance periods usually on weekends
Focus areas:Accounting & Finance, Business & Technology, Logistics & Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management
Study Places:Germany: Ismaning (near Munich), Berlin, Unna (near Cologne); Switzerland: Berne; Austria: Vienna; Malta: Luqa; Ghana: Accra
Quality Seal:Internationally accredited by the NCFHE (National Commission for Further and Higher Education)
Consecutive Study Programs:Master of Science (M. Sc.) In Leadership and Strategic Management;  Doctor of Business Administration (DBA)

Business Management: What is it about?

In our program in Business Management, we will train you to become a strategic business manager. You will learn the basics in economics, business administration, marketing and market research. In addition, you will deal with individual project work, for example, with leadership, financial management, e-business and innovation management.

You will learn how to achieve organizational success through skillful brand management and how to improve business processes and business functions via solid planning. After graduation, you will be an expert in corporate governance and strategic management.

Recognition and Accreditation of the Study Programme

This programme is accredited by the Maltese National Commission for Further and Higher Education (NCFHE). NCFHE deems this study programme to be at level 6 of the Malta Qualification Framework and the European Qualification Framework for Life Long Learning.

Your Bachelor at TRIAGON: A perfect mixture of online and attendance periods!

Our innovative Web-enhanced face-to-face Learning Concept explained in one sentence: Just as flexible as you are!
This awaits you:

  • Attendance periods on weekends
  • Workshops given by experts
  • Examples based on case studies
  • Individual project works
  • Online learning platform for an improved self-study experience

Do you have any questions? Please do not hesitate to contact our student advisors – they will gladly answer any questions you may have!

  • Full recognition of formal vocational qualification:
    We give you credit for your vocational qualification and your work experiance. With appropriate vocational qualifications previously obtained, you can shorten the duration of your study.
  • Study flexibly alongside your job:
    The tremendous flexibility of online study allows you to study alongside your job while including your knowledge into your professional everyday life.
  • Combine the advantages of online learning with face-to-face study:
    At TRIAGON you will study via our Web-enhanced face-to-face Learning Format. With this, the specific benefits of both an online study (independent of time and place) and face-to-face study (social contacts and mutual knowledge exchange) are combined.
  • Multi media documents for all types of learners:
    The multimedia learning materials on our learning platform (video lectures, online tutorials, online tests, audio lecture slides, PDF guides) will enable you to learn efficiently, as they address all types of learners. You will also have full access to the online library which will give you the possibilityof furhter reasearch (a number of books and jurnals will be at your disposal)
  • Better learning progress while studying via our serial modules:
    Serial Modules means, that you finish one module after another and by that have the possibility for maximal immersion into this topic. (This allows you to completely focus on one topic at a time.)
  • Learning based on case studies for improved decision-making:
    Our approach to project-based learning is characterised by a variety of practical-oriented examples in our courses. We offer the possibility to align topics within your programme to your job.

Please find further information about our study concept at TRIAGON.

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Course of study and study contents in the B.Sc. Business Management

Our concept of project-based learning provides you with the possibility to individually set your focus areas. It is you to decide which areas and topics you would like to deepen within your respective module.

Possible focus areas:

  • Accounting & Finance
  • Business & Technology
  • Logistics & Supply Chain Management
  • Human Ressource Management

Your modules in the B.Sc. Business Management:

1. Introduction to Modern Management

Business in this modern times have become increasingly complex due to the ever changing nature of the job environment. What this implies is that there is the need for managers to be equipped with the key state of the art knowledge about managing especially in a complex environment.
This course seeks to enable participants understand and appreciate the role of management in modern times, assess how they affect the overall performance of organization and equip students with the necessary knowledge about people management.

2. Human Resource Management

The success of an organization depends on the capacities and capabilities of its personnel. Unless an organization devotes enough resources on the development of its human resource, it would not get the required output from its personnel. The quality of the organization‘s employees, their enthusiasm and satisfaction with their jobs, and their sense of fair treatment all impact the firm’s productivity, level of customer service, reputation, and survival.

In short, people make the difference (Gomez-Mejia, Balkin and Cardy, 1998). An organization’s commitment to the development of human resource has to be reflected in its policies, procedures, practices, customs and ideals.

3. Accounting & Finance

Any organization that deals with money or money’s worth needs to record every transaction that it enters into. Finance is the analysis of decision problems involving the allocation of resources over time in a world of uncertainty. It encompasses all business enterprises. To understand finance, you must know about the entire business, indeed the entire economy.

The sessions in this course give a complete understanding, right from scratch to preparation and analysis of financial statements and teach the basic legal and planning elements used in practical international tax planning.

Further participants will understand the framework for analyzing the major types of investment and financial decisions made by corporations. Capital budgeting techniques, working capital management, capital structure and dividend decisions of entities, short and long-term financing, mergers and acquisitions and the use of derivatives and options for risk management will be discussed.
ed bargaining strategies are examined.

4. Economics

We live in a world that presents us with great opportunity – and hard choices. Economics, as the study of choice under scarcity, is important to each of us, whether we study it formally or not. Knowledge of basic economics drives an understanding of the behavior of all economic agents and how the economy as a whole works. This course is an introduction to the principles of economics.

In this course, you will learn how these ways of thinking can help you to see the world with fresh insight. You will see new perspectives on the important public policy issues of our day. You will also see how you can make better informed choices about your own business life. The object will not be to memorize a set of conclusions, but rather to learn ways of approaching the problems of the material world.

5. Business Mathematics

Current demands of the world of business has made it critical for firms to analyse huge sums of data and further make institutional decisions based on them. What this implies for educational institutions is that students would need not just to appreciate the relevance of big data to organizations but to also practically received a hands-on training in that regard.

This course is designed to equip students with the necessary skills in quantitative data analysis in the field of business and statistics. This course is design to enable students develop their analytical prowess and analyse complex situations using figures.

6. Organizational Design & Change Management

This module is developed to enable students appreciate the relevance of change within organizations due to the dynamics of the external environment businesses will have to deal with. The module further equips students with the necessary skills in creating an organizational atmosphere that is enabling enough to accomplish organizational goals and objectives. Furthermore, the module also seeks to bring to the awareness of students, how organizational designs are key to determining overall organizational success.

7. Marketing

Every organizations sells or buys in one form or another. Thus marketing serves as an integral part of the core business of every organization. This module is design to enable students develop a marketing perspective towards organizational processes and further appreciate the role customers play in the longevity of every organization.

8. Communication and Presentation

Communication is considered as a key factors in determining several organizational outcomes. Right from how a vision is communicated, how plans are decided on and how employees are motivated, communication plays a very key role. The purpose of this module is to equip students with the required communication skills and competence to carefully understand how several cues affects overall corporate presentations.

9. Managerial Accounting & Controlling

Management Accounting seeks to establish value for the organization by way of managing resources, activities and individuals to achieve the organization’s goals. Management accounting systems can be effective tools that will be used in providing information that is needful in making decisions at all levels in the organization.

This course offers an introduction to the basics of management accounting. Topics include cost accounting terminology, job costing, process costing, activity-based costing, activity-based management, cost-volume-profit analysis, budgeting, standard costing, variance analysis, responsibility accounting, variable costing, transfer pricing, and decision making.

10. Business Law

Rules of law govern many aspects of business. A deep understanding of legal rules and ethics provide a framework for making accurate business decisions, speeds up commercial transactions, and enhances order in the marketplace.

This course focuses on the organization and operation of the European legal system, legal rules and ethical constraints that impact business, and the practical application of these rules and constraints to real-world situations. Emphasis lies on analytical problem solving and ethical decision-making.

11. Organizational Behavior

The field of organizational behavior (OB) is about understanding how people and groups in organizations behave, react, and interpret events. It also describes the role of organizational systems, structures, and processes in shaping behavior, and explains how organizations really work. OB provides a foundation for the effective management of people in organizations. Because it explains how organizations work from individual motivation to team dynamics to organizational structure, knowing about OB is essential to being effective at all organizational levels. Because an organization’s people are responsible for gaining and keeping a competitive advantage, understanding how to mobilize and motivate employees is critical to organizational performance. Businesses excel when employees understand how their behaviors influence an organization’s performance and enable strategy execution, and when they are led effectively and are motivated to do their best. Understanding and practicing OB concepts is critical to understanding organizations and gives individuals, managers, and organizations the skills and tools they need to be effective.

12. Taxation

This course examines tax principles with specific application to business tax planning and operations. The course will examine tax effects resulting from formation, operation, and liquidation of a corporation.

Topics include tax deductions and credits, tax deferral, income splitting. Capital gains and losses, investments, charitable donations, collections, tax for employees, self-employment, automobile deductions, corporate taxes, business taxes.

With examples, instructions and current business financial information and data, students will manifest through discussions and practical tasks, their ability to comprehend and apply the basic concepts and principles required to evaluate, and implement effective general tax planning techniques as part of an overall business plan.

13. Work Related Learning in Management I

The module enables students to undertake an appropriate period of professional activity, related to their course at level 6, with a business or community organization and to gain credit for their achievements. The activity can be a professional training, volunteering activity, employment activity, placement, or business start-up activity.

It is expected student should demonstrate 240 learning hours which should be recorded clearly (in a learning log for instance) in the portfolio. The 240 hours can be completed in 40 working days in a full time mode.

Students should register with the module leader to be briefed on the module, undergo induction and work related learning planning and to have the Work Related Learning plan approved before taking up the opportunity. It is essential that students are made aware that both the “Work Related Learning agreement” and relevant “health and safety checklist” where applicable need to be approved before starting the placement. Please note that “health and safety checklist” is relevant if students carry out learning activities externally.

14. Strategic Management

Great business are built and established based on pragmatic ideas and concepts that shapes the life of the organization right from the onset. Such ideas need not just look at the present but assess issues from a long term perspective. This module has been designed to enable students have a more strategic view towards organizational issues and hence be able develop managerial objectives that shape the directions of organizations.

15. Leadership & Ethics

Leadership as an organizational concept has received much attention both in theory and practice. This is because everything rises or falls based on leadership. Ethics on the other hand serves as the behavior that carves and expresses good or bad leadership.

This module has been designed to enable students appreciate the various theories or perspectives of leadership and thereby appreciating how these affects employee outcomes. The module further trains students to ascertain the relevance of ethics in the world of business and how it affects organizational outcomes.

16. Corporate Culture and Team Development

The course aims to provide insight into and understanding of the importance of culture and team development in organizations, as a theoretical concept and empirical phenomenon.

For some time, it has been recognized that cultures, or at least cultural phenomena, develop in organizations. These cultures significantly affect the ways organizations work, and the ways work is carried out in organizations and in teams. In the course, students learn to use and understand important cultural perspectives, concepts and analytical tools as well as the dynamics of team development.

17. Work Related Learning in Management II

The module enables students to undertake an appropriate period of professional activity, related to their course at level 6, with a business or community organization and to gain credit for their achievements. The activity can be a professional training, volunteering activity, employment activity, placement, or business start-up activity.

It is expected student should demonstrate 240 learning hours which should be recorded clearly (in a learning log for instance) in the portfolio. The 240 hours can be completed in 40 working days in a full time mode.

Students should register with the module leader to be briefed on the module, undergo induction and work related learning planning and to have the Work Related Learning plan approved before taking up the opportunity. It is essential that students are made aware that both the “Work Related Learning agreement” and relevant “health and safety checklist” where applicable need to be approved before starting the placement. Please note that “health and safety checklist” is relevant if students carry out learning activities externally.

18. Case Studies in Applied Management – Diversity Management

A critical component in the contemporary organization requires leaders to exhibit exceptional leadership and management skills. A diverse workforce contributes to the complexity of every organization. Organizational leaders are also expected to effectively manage this diversity using the best evidence available.

This course will introduce participants to a variety of organizations, methods, and processes that have demonstrated best practices in recruiting and retaining a diverse workforce. These will include Diversity Management practices that are effective at meeting the needs of clients, employees, managers, and the organization.

In addition, the course will help each student to gather a personal understanding of his/her own biases and assumptions that can help or hinder the process of creating an open and inclusive work environment.

19. Project Management – Critical Thinking & Academic Writing

Everyday life displays some rich dynamics within which we try to think things through to logical conclusions; distinguish between solid arguments on the one hand and stupid ones on the other; determine the value of claims and thoughtfully construct arguments to present to others in a variety of conversational situations.

This course provides instruction and practice in written inquiry and critical thinking. It introduces writing as a way of developing, exploring, and testing ideas. The course also orients students to informational literacy, the writing center, and writing technologies.

Class discussion focuses on the central role of rhetorical positioning in the development of a clear, interesting, and rigorous science research paper. An important course goal is the refinement of students’ skills as critical readers so that they are able to offer explicit and useful feedback to colleagues and co- writers.

20. Your Specialisation Area

Specialisation 1 – Accounting and Finance
Annual of Financial Statements

The course adopts the view of an investor who not only wants to ‘return to fundamentals’ but to earn returns from fundamentals. Consequently, the course has both a theoretical and a practical emphasis. On completion of this course students should be able to conduct useful financial analysis and to design a comprehensive equity research report.

International Accounting

The course discusses development and impact of conversion of accounting to international standards and US GAAP. Participants get acquainted with the US accounting standards and their specific features. After finishing the course successfully, participants understand the importance of international accounting according to IFRS and know its specific problematic fields.

They can assess the background of internationalization and are aware of enforcement of regulations by national authorities. They are familiar with the standard setter and its structure. Participants can classify the principles of regulatory systems and know the significance of frame concept in the IFRS. They know balance and valuation methods of US GAAP as well as specific accounting instruments and their essence.

Financial Management

Financial Management studies corporate finance emphasizing the financial aspects of managerial decisions. It touches on all areas of finance, including the trade-off between risk and expected return, corporate financing and dividend policy.
Specialisation 2 – Business and Technology
Production and Manufacturing Technology

Production and Manufacturing Technology involves the integration of numerous activities and processes to produce products and services in a highly competitive global environment. Many companies have experienced a decline in market share as a result of their inability to compete on the basis of product design, cost or quality. Most now agree that world class performance in operations, i.e., in product design, manufacturing, engineering and distribution, is essential for competitive success and long term survival.
In this course emphasis is given both to familiarization of various production processes and service systems and to analysis of problems arising in the management of operations. Further the course focuses on those business processes, procedures and strategies used to transform various inputs into finished goods and services.
The course consists of two main components: a body of knowledge component which is disseminated through the text and lecture material, and a critical thinking component which is acquired through case analysis, discussion and project work.
Quality Management and Certification

This course introduces students to topics in quality management and certification. Topics covered include principles of quality management, systems theory, and the application of statistical techniques in continuous improvement. Use of various methods and recent developments in quality control are covered in detail including TQM, CQI, and ISO 9000. Statistical methods used in controlling process variation receive emphasis. Quality in design and planning is stressed as equally important to quality in the constructed project and quality in production of goods and services.

Use of various methods and recent developments of quality control (such as QA/QC, Deming and TQM) are covered in detail. Quality in design and planning is stressed as equally important to quality in the constructed project and quality in production of goods and services. This course familiarizes students with quality control techniques, quality assurance issues and quality management methods.

Research and development management

R&D has long been regarded as the center of an organization’s attempts to profit from scientific and technological innovation. In modern times, this is evidenced by fairly widespread increases in R&D spending as a way to achieve consistent growth. However, research also shows that this increased spending has not been matched by accompanying increases in various measures of innovation performance. The fundamental premise guiding course design is that maximising R&D performance requires understanding R&D as a process within larger organizational processes and situated within particular industry and institutional environments.

This course presents international research shedding light on these contemporary challenges facing R&D. The course aims to impart conceptual tools and analytic skills to enable students to diagnose and prescribe effective R&D initiatives within these varied contexts. Included is a focus on developing ‘hard’ and ‘soft’ managerial skills.

Specialisation 3 – Logistics and Supply Chain Management
Supply Chain and Logistics Management Concepts

Globalization of economy and electronic commerce has heightened the strategic importance of supply chain and logistics management. It has created new opportunities for using supply chain strategy and planning as a competitive tool. Logistics and supply chain management is all about managing the hand-offs of either information or goods/products. The design of a logistics system is critically linked to the objectives of the supply chain. Our goal in this course is to understand how logistical decisions impact the performance of the firm as well as the entire supply chain. The key will be to understand the link between supply chain structures and logistical capabilities in a firm or the entire supply chain.

Purchasing, inventory and warehouse management
Purchasing, inventory and warehouse management is an emerging new field in business management, which reflects the worldwide trends of globalized trading, warehousing and inventory management.
This course provides an in-depth study of purchasing and materials activities in the supply chain. You will gain a working knowledge of techniques used to improve the effectiveness of these activities as well as their interactions with other functions and companies. You will learn about supplier selection and development, international sourcing, the operational and strategic management of inventories and warehousing (including the types of equipment, storage processes and systems, the technologies used to identify and track units in a warehouse, the regulations designed to ensure safety in warehouse operations etc.).

Technology Applications in Logistics and Supply Chain

Recent developments and breakthroughs in Internet and information technology have radically changed the business world. Competition has become just a few clicks away with 24-7accessibility enabled by Internet technology. In many industries, it has become virtually impossible to have a sustainable business without a proper management of the Internet and information processes and service outcomes associated with product design, sourcing, production, order fulfillment, logistics, and delivery. In this context, the relationships with suppliers and customers,coupled with logistics and supply chain management—the planning,operation, and control of material, information, and financial flows across individual firms in the extended enterprise— have become crucial for companies’ success. In this course, students will learn to strategically think about integrated logistics, supply-chain, procurement, and service management strategies for organizations that rely, at least partially, on Internet and information technology to transact with suppliers and end consumers. In this course, the fundamentals areas of logistics, supply chain management and information management will serve to establish the course’s theoretical underpinnings. Along with this foundation concepts participants will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to plan, organize, operate, and control a variety of processes, resources, services, and relationships in supply chains via the Internet and information technology.
Specialisation 4 – Human Resources Management
Human Resource Recruitment and Development

In today’s ultra-competitive market, the value of recognizing the best candidate for the job cannot be over-estimated. Successful recruitment and development of personnel presents an ongoing challenge. The cost of making the wrong choice in recruitment is both expensive and hugely time-consuming.

The course will emphasize the role of HRD in operationalizing corporate strategy and in the creation and management of organizational knowledge. Participants will learn about contemporary adult learning and HRD theories.

Instruments of Human Resource Management
HRM instruments are the knowledge, skills, abilities and values required to perform the HRM functions. The HRM instruments is used to help employees in honing the existing capabilities besides developing new capabilities.
Considering the relevance of personnel in the organization, this course will expose students to the varied instruments employed in some specific functions in personnel management. This course will give an overview of how the various functions of personnel management are executed effectively to achieve maximum results.
Labour Law

Labour law is an important component of studies in the legal regulation of commerce. Students are introduced to the key aspects of labor laws which determine the rights, entitlements and responsibilities of employers and workers in the workplace. Both practical and theoretical perspectives on judge-made law and statute regulating work are examined. Employer and employee rights and responsibilities. Interests, ideologies and equity issues in employment relationships. The structure strategies and behaviors of trade unions. The dynamics of collective bargaining and mediation including the nature of position-based and interest-based bargaining strategies are examined.

21. Business Research Methods

Research methods enables individuals to appreciate the world we find ourselves in by understanding situations and how they come by. This module has been developed to equip students with practical research skills, develop their quantitative and qualitative analytical skills as well as appreciate the role of theory in our modern world.

The module is also designed to enable students determine how hypothesises are formed and how proper data collection affects the findings of a particular project.

22. Dissertation in Management

The module is framed in terms of a dissertation. The student undertakes an enquiry into a topic of his or her own choice and, based on this enquiry, develops an extended critical study. The module involves individual supervision designed to support the student’s ambitions and confidence in becoming an independent learner, building on techniques and knowledge developed in previous years, and providing scope for initiative and development. The dissertation demonstrates the student’s ability to thoroughly research a topic, use appropriate methods of investigation, and work methodically and productively.

The subject matter of the dissertation can be practical, theoretical, technical, or historical, should be closely related to the student’s main field of study and be complimentary to their practice. In case the Student creates a practical work, it should be brought into academic scientific context which is further elaborated in the written assessment. The dissertation may be professionally oriented and include field-work; or it might be academic and theoretical in its source material and methodology. Its form and approach can reflect a broad range of discipline-specific approaches based on discussion and agreement with the supervisor and/or course leader.

Students may develop their topic independently or, as an option, within a specific dissertation Interest or Subject Group.

Campus locations: Where can I study the B.Sc. in Business Mangement at TRIAGON?

This programme can be studied at all of our TRIAGON-Campusses. Our Campusses are in Germany (Ismaning near Munich, Berlin, and Unna near Cologne), Austria (Vienna), Switzerland (Berne), Ghana (Accra) and Malta (San Gwann). At all sites, you will find:

  • Modern campus facilities with attractive seminar rooms
  • Multi media equipment
  • Very good traffic connection to the city center


Steinheilstraße 4 – 8, 85737 Ismaning

Wellersbergplatz 1, 59427 Unna Germany

Vulkanstraße 1, 10367 Berlin

Seestradtstraße 27, 1220 Wien Austria

18th Avenue Maccarthy Hill Accra, Accra Ghana

Target Group and Personal Requirements

In addition to strategic thinking, business managers should be able to handle numbers and think analytically. Good leaders are characterised by deliberate actions, serenity, self-confidence and ambition.
If you want to become a business manager, this is the right programme for you.

TRIAGON has set itself the goal of enabling as many people as possible to study. Our flexible study model offers many opportunities for different life situations:

    • Studying with 30 and above
    • Studying as a Parent
    • Studying with disabilities

Other helpful features would be:

    • team and communication skills
    • organisational talent and leadership skills
    • strong sense of responsibility
    • good command of the English language
    • enthusiasm for providing advice to customers and companies

Career in Business Management

Where do managers work?

Aspiring managers are spoiled for choice when it comes to a career field for their work. The generalist education makes it possible to work in many industries. The classic occupational fields include large corporations, companies, banks, insurance companies and the industry. However, there are also positions of responsibility in specialized areas such as the automotive, aerospace, pharmaceutical, healthcare, energy and construction industries. In addition, one meets even in professional associations, associations and associations on Business Manager.

Which tasks do managers take on?

he field of activity of managers is very broad. Ostensibly, our graduates are responsible for strategic corporate governance and corporate and corporate governance.

In addition there are the following activities:

  • HR Management
  • Business Consulting
  • Controlling
  • Marketing
  • Financial Management
  • Accounting
  • Logistic planning
  • Supply Chain Management

What are the future opportunities for managers?

With a degree in management you have very good job prospects after graduation. The opportunities for advancement are enormous and because of your generalistic education you are a very sought after specialist on the job market. After a short time, you can work on a middle management level. The bachelor’s degree in Business Management gives you the necessary skills to to work as a team leader, department manager or assistant to the CEO or to strive for self-employment.

What is the salary of a manager?

In most cases you will start your career as a junior manager. With your degree in the bag, as well as increasing work experience, you can soon earn up to 3,500 euros gross. For the top business managers, the range is significantly higher: This can be as high as 10,500 euros. If you later make a career in a large international corporation you may earn even more. As a business manager, you are basically always in a very good salary grade.

Entry Requirements

As entry requirement for our Bachelor programme B.Sc. in Business Management, you should have a high school diploma, A-level certificate, Abitur, matura or similar qualification.

However, if you are interested in our programme but have not undergone these qualifications or are not sure about it, please contact us. We will gladly advise you personally and check to what extent an admission is possible for you.

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Tuition Fees & Financing

The total costs amount to Euros 16,960 (conditional introductory price).

The costs are as follows:

  • Monthly tuition fees: Euros 455 at a total price of Euros16,380 in 36 installments
  • Application fee: Euros 290  
  • Examination fee: Euros 290  

We can also offer you flexible payment models , even beyond the duration of your studies. You can pay the fees annually, per semester or monthly (36 installments or more).

There are many ways to finance your study. The easiest way to finance your studies is working alongside your study. Here you work beside the study and earn money to finance the tuition fees. In addition, a range of public and private financing options can be used. The most popular are German education advancement grants BaföG and special support programmes, student loans as well as scholarships and foundations. We are happy to advise you on your individual student financing (