Bachelor in Business Administration
The Bachelor in Business Administration is an interdisciplinary programme providing theoretical and applied insights into a wide range of business areas. The programme also offers the option of a semester abroad and/or supervised work experience.
During Part One, supported by modules in applied subjects, students gain a broad and systematic foundation in business administration, economics, law and sociology. Part Two offers students a wide range of streamed modules that can be combined to suit different interests and goals. The focus here is on innovative and interdisciplinary modules, streamed electives taught in English and key qualifications to promote the soft skills needed in discussion and debate, team work and leadership. Case studies, projects, and a strategic business game promote independent analysis and solution-oriented approaches. In Part Two of the programme, contacts to partner Universities and companies encourage supervised work experience or a study semester abroad.
- Key Facts
- Career Prospects
- Programme Details
- Admission Requirements and Selection Procedure
- Fees and Bursaries
|Faculty||Faculty of Business and Economics (FB 1)|
|Degree||B. A. (Bachelor of Arts)|
|Structure||Full-time (day programme) / Part-time (evening programme)|
|Start||Winter Semester (day programme only) 1 October / Summer Semester (day and evening programmes) 1 April|
|Programme Intake||Summer Semester: 140 places on the day programme, 35 on the evening programme, Winter Semester 245|
|Duration||7 semesters (day programme) incl. mandatory supervised work experience; 8 semesters (evening programme), supervised work experience not required.|
|Accreditation||FIBAA (Foundation for International Business Administration / Accreditation)|
A successful Bachelor's degree offers a springboard for a career in many business areas both in small and medium-sized enterprises and large companies, and provides the skills particularly sought by companies active in an international environment.
Part One provides an interdisciplinary introduction to these basic issues and topics.
- Business Administration
- Cost Accounting
- Social Sciences
- Business Maths
The syllabus also includes key qualifications (soft skills such as analysing, problem solving, social competences and foreign languages). On this basis, students in Part Two can increase their knowledge of particular areas and elect to take particular specialised streams:
- Strategic Focus
- Operative Focus
- Enhanced skills in:
- Business Areas:
- Marketing Management
- Accounting / Controlling
- HRM and Organisational Design
- Corporate Taxation
- Business Information Systems
- Topics and Issues:
- Economic Processes and Internationalisation
- Structural Change and Modernisation
- Sustainable Economies in Theory and Practice
- Economics and Society
- Economics and Gender
- Business Areas:
- Key Qualifications
|Language of Instruction||German and English|
|Study Abroad||Optional in Part Two of the programme|
|Supervised Work Experience||Mandatory for a semester (usually 6th semester); study abroad option possible|
Admission Requirements and Selection Procedure
- Academic qualifications meeting the general requirements for admission to a University or University of Applied Sciences, or professional qualifications allowing University admission as specified in §11 of the Law on Institutions of Higher Education in the State of Berlin (Berliner Hochschulgesetz ‑ BerlHG)
- German language university entrance exam for foreign students.
- Proof* (only for the full-time programme) of very good English language skills at Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) B1 level.
* Suitable proof of English language skills: A language exam such as TOEFL (min. 407 paper based, 100 computer based) or continuous English lessons at least up to the German 10th grade or equivalent or completing the secondary school certificate (German 10th grade or equivalent) or meeting the requirements to study at a University of Applied Sciences or having bilingual school education in English or being an English native speaker.
Where there are more applicants than places, programmes follow a NC (numerus clausus) procedure.
|Winter Semester||Summer Semester|
|For all applicants||Until 15 July||Until 15 January|
Fees and Bursaries
|Semester fee||Please click|
|Bursaries||It may be possible to apply for a BaföG grant.|