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International Business Administration

The Master's degree programme focuses on business management in a global, dynamic and digital environment. Dynamic and global economic and business developments require not only sound business expertise but also management skills. Students are expected to spend one to two semesters abroad during their studies. It is possible to obtain a double degree by transferring to one of the partner universities. Lectures and examinations are held in English. The Master's thesis is also expected to be written in English.

Start Sommer semester
Admission Criteria Restricted admission
Application period 15.11.2024 - 28.02.2025
Study cost None (only semester fee)
Normal duration3 Semester
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Prospects after graduation

In addition to sound business management expertise, the internationally oriented degree programme also teaches management skills in the areas of networked thinking, change management, intercultural competence, mobility and innovation management. These key requirements for young managers are specifically promoted on the Master International Business programme. An extensive range of courses in English with international content as well as cooperation with foreign universities characterise the application-oriented study programme and prepare students in particular for activities in an international environment. Due to the stay abroad and the international composition of the students during their time in Landshut, intercultural communication and understanding is a core element that is valuable in many professions after graduation, such as management consultancy, controlling, human resources, finance and accounting, tax consultancy, auditing, marketing and sales, purchasing and logistics.

Prof. Dr. Burkhard Jaeger

Academic advisor