Welcome to the International Management and Engineering degree program.
Are you interested in key economic issues and technical developments? Could you see yourself on the interface between business and technology in companies operating on the global market?
The International Business Administration and Engineering course offers the opportunity to study an interdisciplinary combination of business-related and technical subjects. In addition to gaining in-depth knowledge of these subjects, students acquire a wide range of linguistic, methodical, leadership and intercultural skills. These central topic areas ensure that students who will go on to work in an increasingly globalized industry receive the practical, clearly focused training they will need. This course is the ideal foundation for their future career path.
The bachelor’s degree program is available as a full-time course or as a combined course during which the students also train as an industrial management assistant.
The special feature of the Industrial Engineering course is its strong international focus. International industrial relationships require fluent communication with foreign business associates, in addition to good intercultural skills. The course therefore includes in-depth language training to help you meet these requirements. Studying two foreign languages plus a semester spent abroad are compulsory elements of the course. As well as this, several modules are held in English only. The curriculum allows you to acquire several credit points abroad, especially during your internship semester and for the modules to be completed in your 6th and 7th semesters. In particular, the specialization modules are flexible enough to allow the recognition of course credits acquired abroad.
In addition to this, the course gives you a firm foundation in a wide range of technical and business-related subjects, enabling you to work in several technical and business management fields. This is of a particular advantage in jobs in which knowledge of both technology and economics is required
Information about admission requirements
It is not necessary to complete an internship in a relevant field before enrolling on the course. However, each September the university offers all first-semester students the opportunity to take a refresher course in mathematics or a preparatory course in accounting.
It is compulsory to study a second foreign language (e.g. Italian, Spanish or French) from the 3rd semester onwards. From October, the university runs beginners’ courses in the second foreign language for students who have only studied English up to this point.
This course begins in the winter semester only. All classes are taught in an annual cycle.
Sie möchten noch mehr Praxisorientierung, also Theorie und Praxis noch enger miteinander verknüpfen? Die Hochschule Augsburg bietet zwei Möglichkeiten dual zu studieren:
- Verbundstudium (Studium plus Ausbildung)
- Studium mit vertiefter Praxis (Studium und intensive Praxis)
- Studium plus intensive Praxis-Phasen (Semesterferien, praktisches Studiensemester) in einem Unternehmen (Studienbeginn: jedes Semester)
- Kooperierende Unternehmen auf Anfrage.
- Duale Fördermodell (Informationen für Unternehmen)