B.Sc. Finance & Management
B.Sc. Finance & Management at a Glance
|Standard period of study:||6 semester (7 semester within Global Track)|
|Semester start:||March (spring term) and September (fall term) |
Update: Even without a visa you can start your studies at ISM online − please ask our study advisor.
Bachelor of Science
|Campus:||Frankfurt/Main, Cologne, Berlin|
|Study types:||Full Degree, Distance Learning|
|Accreditation:||FIBAA, German Accreditation Council|
|Semester abroad:||Two integrated: one compulsory, one optional|
|Practical experience:||20 weeks compulsory internship, workshops, excursions|
|Language:||100 % English|
|Additional language:||German is compulsory for international students, |
French or Spanish is compulsory for German-speaking students
|Tuition fees:|| |
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Studying Financial Management
Demonstrating Entrepreneurial Spirit and a Feel For Figures
With the Bachelor in Finance & Management you acquire exciting knowledge of the financial sector. Whether you are interested in business taxation, corporate structuring or consulting - the Finance Program brings a wide range of topics closer to you and thus combines the classic management principles of business studies with the international requirements of the financial sector.
If you are studying Finance & Management, your studies will be strongly oriented towards the current events of the financial market with compulsory internships in Germany or abroad, consulting projects, workshops and experienced lecturers from the business world.
#In the Middle of Practice
Consulting in the digital age - students visit Deloitte Digital
In order to bring the dynamism and innovative power of start-ups to companies, the consulting firm Deloitte has established its own digital unit to drive digitization strategies and the development of digital business models. In the financial management course, a field trip took students to Deloitte's headquarters. The concept was examined more closely and then the students were able to demonstrate their innovative ability themselves. In the Deloitte Innovation Challenge, a digital product was developed for the areas of tax, consulting and audit, and strategic recommendations for action were drawn up.
Getting To Know International Financial Markets
Studying Finance & Management means not only acquiring business knowledge, but also understanding the structures of the global financial markets.
In order to be prepared for a career in international financial management, the Finance Bachelor comprises
- intensive language training in German, French or Spanish,
- an integrated semester abroad at one of around 190 partner universities, and
- an optional second semester abroad.
#On the Move Internationally During the Studies
The Perfect Wave – Semester in Down Under
Australia is perfect for students who enjoy travelling. At the other end of the world, exciting metropolises, diverse landscapes and a unique animal world await you. Nikolai Rublack studies Finance & Management at ISM and spends his semester abroad at Bond University in Australia. In addition, he can obtain a Master's degree here in record time and thus take off internationally.
How Can I Apply?
To gain entry to the Finance & Management program you can simply take an entrance test at the university which tests your abilities, motivation and personality structure.
#Springboard to Your Career
American Dream: Becoming a company founder in California
The integrated semester abroad took Tim Prüsener to San Diego during his financial management studies. But the originally planned three months have since turned into several years. The city on the west coast of the USA, which is considered to be the start-up Mecca of America, lived up to its name - and turned the ISM student into a successful company founder in the field of marketing.
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