Business, Management, Volkswirtschaft
Business Development Manager
EBS Business School
Worth a total of 210 ECTS credits earned in three years, the intensive programme has set the benchmark with students gaining knowledge otherwise acquired in seven semesters in just six semesters. This high credit rating reflects the intensity of the programme and requires a high level of dedication and motivation. Business and economics content accounts for approximately 85 % of a traditional business studies programme and 15 % are reserved for personal development.
Students who choose the Bachelor’s programme in General Management take part in a broad-based study programme with compulsory lectures in all important areas of business and economics. The programme is made up of modules, which draw together related subjects into integrated teaching units, and link methods, processes and theories to practical application. For example, statistics are not taught separately, but together with the subject “investments“, so that using a specific case you learn how statistical methods help in structuring and solving capital and financial investment problems in companies. Other modules have the advantage of being interdisciplinary. For instance, in the course Supply Chain the module “Operations“ analyses the supply chain network, and in the course “Process Management“ the same topic is subsequently explored from a practical perspective.
Courses are supplemented by a detailed concept addressing the topic of scientific work that guides students towards accurate academic work and provides a sound foundation for further studies or an academic career.
In various internships that are also an integrated part of the curriculum, students learn to apply their theoretical knowledge in the practical environment.
Voraussetzungen / Zulassung
To be accepted to the Bachelor‘s degree programme at EBS, candidates must fulfil the following requirements:
- Proof of the general or subject-related German university entrance qualification or of university entrance qualifications gained abroad that have been formally recognized as being equivalent.
- Proof of very good English language skills.
- Depending on your study track additional proof of language proficiency in a second foreign language is needed
- Successful completion of the EBS admission process
- A business work placement lasting several weeks is recommended
Studies begin in fall term only. For current application deadlines please see our website
It is EBS declared aim to give all interested individuals, regardless of their economic situation, the opportunity to study at the university. Scholarships & Financing
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Dauer des Studiums
The study programme General Management (BSc) lasts six semesters. An academic year at EBS consists of two semesters and the summer break. In the Fall Term (September - December) and Spring Term (January - April) courses take place at EBS. During the summer break students complete internships and write academic papers. The fourth semester is spent abroad and scheduled to fit in with the selected partner university.
By the end of the programme, all students must have completed at least two internships each lasting five weeks. One work placement should preferably be completed abroad.