The school part of the higher education entrance qualification (A-levels or equivalent) cannot be handed in later. Only if a practical part needs to presented yet as part of the higher educatioin entrance qualification can the practical part be handed in later (beginning of studies in the summer semester by 31st March, in the winter semester by 30th September).
Yes. Already before taking up studies in a German speaking programme, applicants must prove sufficient German skills, e.g. the German Language Test for University Entrance (DSH-2).
In limited admission study programmes places are allocated by Numerus Clausus (NC). NC stands as a synonimous for "admission limited“. This means that no all applicants can receive a place if there are more applicants than places. You can learn on the following site what the NC has been in recent semster.| Continue reading
Study fees no longer have to be paid. . However, there still is a social and student body contribution, also called semester contribution. This mandatory contribution must be paid each semester by all full time students.
What the contribution is paid for and what advantages it brings, you can read on the website of the Registras's Office under the heading Social and studient bosy contribution including semester ticket .
Registration can be effected with conditions if it can be secured that the missing weeks of internship can be furnished by the deadline (31st March for beginning of studies in the summer semester, 30th March for the winter semester) at the latest.
The registration under reservation cannot be effected if the higher education entrance qualification cannot be proven without the internship.
Applicants who have ultimately failed an exam in a third attempt at a university or university or applied sciences in an undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme such as Business Studies, International Business, International Management, Business Administration, Economics or any other similar or comparable study programme cannot be registered.
The federal state of NRW has rearranged university access for persons who are not going to or haven’t acquired university or university of applied sciences entrance qualification and thus their possibilities of study. Please find more information about that on the respective study programme pages under the heading “Application”.
No. We are sorry to say that this is not possible.
Under certain circumstances, that is possible. If you receive a trainee place in one of the accepted trainee professions and the company is willing to sign a co-operation agreement with us, it is possible.
How to apply for a study programme, what admission conditions you must meet and how the application process proceeds, you will learn on the respective pages of the studiy programmes .
Next to the formal prerequisites, you should have good mathematical understanding, joy of foreign languages, and interest in business and economics topics. Furthermore, the study programme requires self initiative, self discipline and the ability to work in a team. For the international programmes, you should have the additional markings of flexibility and mobility.
Before the regular start of studies you get to freshen up your knowledge in the areas of bookkeeping and mathematics in our prep courses so that it will become easier for you to follow the regular lectures.
The Faculty of Business offers information days on four days per year. On these days, you receive information about our study programmes and get to attend lectures.
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