B.Sc. International Management
B.Sc. International 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:||Dortmund, Frankfurt/Main, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Stuttgart, 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
Studying International Management – International Business Studies with Individual Specializations
With the Bachelor in International Management you will study to a high international standard with integrated practice-oriented content. Whether international management, global value creation or business communication – the International Management program teaches you a wide range of business topics and thus combines the classic management principles of business studies with international requirements.
If you are studying International Management, your studies will be highly practice-oriented thanks to compulsory internships in Germany or abroad, workshops, consulting projects and experienced lecturers from the business world.
#In the Middle of Practice
From student to management consultant
Applying theoretical knowledge from their studies in practice, directly at a company - students from the Hamburg campus had the chance to prove themselves. As part of a consulting workshop, they developed a concept for the globally active company Philips. The task was to develop a holistic concept that would position Philips as an innovative and attractive employer for graduates. The result was the so-called "Philips Flat". This is an online game in which you can furnish an apartment on the Internet with Philips products or invent new ones.
Your International Career
Studying International Management means not only gaining comprehensive business insights, but also getting to know how different cultural economic areas function.
In order to be prepared for a career in international management, the International Management 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
With Tapas, Siesta & Flamenco: Semester abroad in Madrid
Madrid is known to travelers for its good food, vibrant culture and relaxed get-togethers. This is not the only reason why it is so popular among students as a destination for a semester abroad. Carl Timmerbeil was also drawn to the Spanish capital for four months. "First and foremost, I wanted to expand my Spanish language skills," he explains. UC3M is one of the most renowned universities in Spain and enjoys a very good reputation among ISM students.
How Can I Apply?
To gain entry to the International Management program you can simply take an entrance test at the university which tests your abilities, motivation and personality structure.
#Springboard to Your Career
Global Marketing in Hong Kong
Nadia Haarhoff moved to Hong Kong after completing her bachelor's degree in International Management at ISM Munich. Here she works at BASF in Global Business Management for Formulation Additives - meaning additives for coatings and paints. "I take care of the global marketing of our six product groups. My team and I are responsible for brand design. For example, we create brochures and are responsible for redesigning trade show appearances."
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