Study in the Heart of the Ruhrgebiet
The campus of the private university in Dortmund was founded in 1990 and, with around 930 students, is the largest of the ISM’s locations. It is located in the middle of the technology park only 15 minutes from the city center. In recent years, Dortmund has developed from the former coal and steel city to a modern technology location. As the largest city in Westphalia and the Rhine-Ruhr metropolitan region, Dortmund is one of the most dynamic new economic cities in Germany.
Study programs available at the Dortmund Campus
As an university, the ISM offers full and part-time bachelor, master and MBA degree programs. You have the freedom of choice and can select the time model and the appropriate course of study for your desired field.
Degree obtained: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
- B.Sc. International Management
- B.Sc. Information Systems
- B.Sc. Applied Data Science and Business Analytics
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Degree obtained: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
- M.Sc. International Management
- M.Sc. Finance
- M.Sc. Business Intelligence & Data Science
- M.Sc. Psychology & Management
- M.Sc. International Business
- Pre-Master (preparatory semester)
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Join us in the innovation capital
Whoever studies in Dortmund, studies in the Innovation Capital 2021! The metropolis in the heart of the Ruhrgebiet is the seventh city to receive the "European Innovation Capital" award. With this competition, the European Commission honors innovations in European cities and drives them forward. In the final of the "European Capital of Innovation Awards", Dortmund prevailed with lucrative ideas and sustainable large-scale projects against renowned cities such as Dublin and Málaga.
Why study in Dortmund?
The pride of the city is the BVB, but Dortmund has more to offer than the famous soccer club Borussia Dortmund (BVB). Among the most popular destinations are the art museum "Dortmunder U", the German Football Museum, the Westfalenpark, the Lake Phoenix and the Dortmund city center. The student life here consists not only of lectures and learning. Discover Dortmund's districts with restaurants, lively pubs, cozy cafes and many great shopping opportunities. The Westfalenhallen is also a landmark for fair trades, international events and music concerts. When it comes to universities, Dortmund finds itself in the list of the ten largest German university cities.
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