After a two- or four-semester course at FH Münster - University of Applied Sciences (depending on the partner university to which students will subsequently move), students continue their studies abroad.
Courses in Münster:
Semesters One and Two - Basic Level:
- Management Processes
- Commercial Law and Accounting
- First foreign language
- Second foreign language
- Corporate Finance
Semesters Three and Four - Secondary Level:
- Corporate Management
- Business Information Systems
- Commercial Law
- EU Studies
- Secondary modules (optional compulsory)
- Intercultural Management
- International Economics
- First foreign language
Semester of the internship depends on the partner university
Semesters Six and Seven - Extension Level:
- Four extension modules (à 12 ECTS) to be chosen from the following specialisations: marketing, finance, international management, operations research and logistics, organisation and business information systems, personnel and education management, accounting/controlling, tax theory and auditing principles, and commercial law.
- One module in German business language
- The Bachelor's thesis is written in semester six (six ECTS).
Students from Münster spend two or three semesters abroad.
Students from partner universities spend two or three semesters in Münster.
Upon successful completion of the course, students receive both a Bachelor of Arts degree from Münster University of Applied Sciences and a corresponding degree from the partner university.
Study abroad unit(s)
Students from FH Münster spend two or three semesters abroad, depending on the agreement with the partner university in question.
Students from partner universities spend semesters three to five or semesters five and six in Münster.
An internship of one semester is to be completed in the fourth or fifth semester. Internship arrangements for students from partner universities will vary.
Forms of assessment
Written exams at the end of the semester, sometimes oral or written mid-term examinations such as presentations
- Imparting a practical education in business administration on an academic foundation, with particular consideration of European economic integration
- Special attention will be paid to the European Union as a determinant for economic activities in Europe.
- Mastering at least one foreign language to perfection; learning an additional foreign language
- Acquiring profound knowledge of the relevant economic, legal, and social systems specific to the country of the partner university and the various work processes in companies
- Acquiring the skills necessary to work creatively in international teams
- Acquiring international mobility