Business, Internationale Ausrichtung, Volkswirtschaft
Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht (HWR) Berlin
Berlin Professional School
Badensche Str. 52
Students enrolled in the Master’s Course Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies (CEEBS) will find a comparative Chinese-European perspective in the majority of the modules. The curriculum of the Master’s Course imparts a multidisciplinary and academic education in Economics and Business studies offering an international and application-oriented approach.
In addition to this cross-cultural learning and teaching environment a compulsory semester in China will round up the programme. The staff involved in the Master’s course are internationally-renowned academics and senior researchers, with many leading experts in their field of study contributing to wider debate. International academic staff exchange is an essential element of the programme and included in team-teaching.
The skills taught include analyses of specific aspects of trade relations and financial flows, and an understanding of the social and economic interrelations between these two geo-political regions.
Voraussetzungen / ZulassungAdmission
- A recognised international undergraduate degree (Bachelor, Diploma) in Business or Economics.
- 4-Years Bachelor (China) or min 180 ECTS credit points
- One year of professional experience. Applicants without professional experience may be admitted if they demonstrate a solid background in Economics and Business.
- Excellent knowledge of English: The level of English proficiency should correspond to a TOEFL certificate with a minimum score of 550 points (paper-based) or 213 points (computer-based), IELTS (www.ielts.org) overall band score 6.0 or other equivalent certificates.
- Letter of Motivation with CV
- Interview (optional)
EU Applicants: September 15
Non-EU Applicants: before May 31 (due to visa processing time)
Kosten und Gebühren
Total tuition fees for participation in the MA Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies amounts to 12,250 €* - payable in instalments.
*) subject to change
Dauer des Studiums
The MA Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies starts once a year in October. The duration of this fulltime programme is 4 terms. All students will study the first two terms in Berlin and the third term in Chengdu. For the forth term the students can chose to study either in Berlin or Chengdu.
International group of students: About 40% come from China, 25% come from Germany, the rest of the group consists of students from European and non-European countries. The average age is about 24.