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The Tübingen School of Business and Economics will prepare the business leaders of tomorrow for the challenge of successfully doing business in and with these fastest growing economic areas of the world. The Tübingen M.Sc. in International Business is a degree program highly sought after by applicants and greatly respected by employers. Since 2012, we offer this program which is unique in German graduate education: students will study the M. Sc. in International Business in their first year at the University of Tübingen and in their second year at one or two of the most prestigious universities either in East Asia or in Africa.

We are still extending our partnerships, but already have firm exchange agreements with some of the most prestigious universities in East Asia and Africa:

  • Peking University, Beijing
  • Renmin University, Beijing
  • Waseda University, Tokyo
  • Rikkyo University, Tokyo
  • Yonsei University, Seoul
  • Ewha Womans University, Seoul
  • Hanyang University, Seoul
  • University of Cape Town, South Africa
  • Makerere University Kampala, Uganda
  • Doshisha University, Kyoto
  • Southwestern University of Finance and Economics, Chengdu
  • University of International Business and Economics, Beijing
  • National Taiwan University, Taipei

With this program, the Tübingen School of Business and Economics offers a unique opportunity for highly motivated Bachelor graduates with a special interest in East Asia or Africa to experience an exciting study period in one of the two regions with a fascinating blend of academic and cultural learning.

Curriculum

Having completed their first year of studies in Tübingen, students complete their Master’s degree spending their second year at one or two of our partner universities. They continue their studies attending management courses as official exchange students at the Business Schools or Faculties of these universities. Students also write their Master thesis while abroad.

In their first year at Tübingen University students of the M.Sc. in International Business can choose among the same management courses as their peers studying the M.Sc. in General Management. In addition, as for the East Asia track, they will take pertinent country-specific and language courses. In their second year, students will continue their management studies at one or two of the partner universities. The courses at the partner universities will be taught in English; optionally, students may continue taking language courses in the host country language. While studying at the partner universities the students write their Master thesis.

The M. Sc. in International Business is designed as a 4-semester program, taught according to the European Credit Transfer System. Successful completion requires students to achieve a total of 120 ECTS credits (including the Master thesis of 18 ECTS credits).

Ph. D. track

The program may be completed on a PhD track, preparing students for an academic career. Starting in 2013, the school offers a new taught Ph.D. program covering Economics, Finance and Business Studies.

Career

This Master’s degree program is the ideal preparation for graduates aspiring to an international career in the globalizing business world. With the ever growing importance of East Asia and Africa in the international economy, employers are in great need to find high potential recruits with knowledge and expertise about conducting business in these areas. The M.Sc. in International Business offers a unique opportunity to fill this demand that is bound to rise further! Our graduates are in an exceptional position, due to their academic expertise, their international experience in these exciting regions of the world, and their profound intercultural competencies. As such, they are in an ideal starting position for a most promising career not only in the business world across sectors, industries and functions, but also at international or national governmental or non-governmental organizations.

Admission

Admission to the M. Sc. in International Business requires a Bachelor’s degree in Business Studies or Economics or a compa¬rative degree with excellent grades. Applicants are expected to have solid intermediate level knowledge in Business Studies, Economics and Statistics. In addition, applicants must be fluent in German and English. Having already studied Business or Economics with an East Asia focus is a clear advantage.

Dates

Admission is subject to a competitive selection procedure that includes individual interviews with faculty members. Shortlisted candidates from overseas will be interviewed in a video conference.

Application deadline: May 15

Interviews with shortlisted applicants are scheduled for early June.
Letters of admission will be sent out by the end of June.
The program starts at the beginning of October.

Application details are published on our website >

Flyer (PDF) >

Contact

Do not hesitate to contact us with your questions: tomke.augustin@no-spamuni-tuebingen.de

For further information visit the website.
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The Tübingen School of Business and Economics

The School of Business and Economics at the University of Tübingen is dedicated to high-level academic education in both Business Administration and Economics. We offer three Bachelor of Science programs and nine different Master of Science programs, all of which mirror the widely respected academic expertise of the faculty, allowing students to specialize in areas with promising career prospects. The School has about 60 academic staff, among them 20 full professors, generating a very active research environment. Our academic staff keeps close contact with the international scientific community, regularly presenting their research on international conferences. Students benefit from courses taught at the frontier of academic research. They learn in small groups, with close contact to instructors. Former graduates of the School have won prestigious scholarships overseas and have been accepted for top Ph. D. programs. We run both an internal and an external research seminar, hosting visitors from all over the world.

The Master programs at the School of Business and Economics

 

 

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