What our students say

Shaini Aishwarya Ebi Rajkumar "I am enjoying every minute of being an International Management student at Hochschule Wismar. I have the opportunity to learn and socialise in a wonderfully diverse classroom. The lectures are interactive and the modules we learn prepare us for the real-world challenges. Activities with the International student community here is something that I always look forward to. Living and studying in this cosy little city by the ocean just tops everything!"

Torsten Schabbehard "Looking back, I can say that it was a very good decision to study International Management at Wismar University. Not only did I get to know great people with different cultural backgrounds, but I was also very well prepared for my future career due to a very good combination of practical and theoretical contents. Interesting excursions to business partners in the region rounded off my studies. I also took the opportunity to spend a semester abroad in another European country, which I was also able to integrate into my studies without any difficulties. All in all, I can say that the 3 Master semesters were an incredibly good experience and I am very grateful for it!"

Yahya Yacoob "Wismar UAS had been a great experience where I learned to have fun but to thrive and to develop my business background with its models that had been provided in the international Management Masters programme. Not to forget the great international people that I met and the opportunities that I was given to graduate with 1.4. Grateful."

International Management

Master

Academic Degree

Master of Arts (International Management)

Faculty

Wismar Business School

Campus / Distance learning

Studies on campus

Normal period

3 Semester

Start of studies

to winter and summer semester

Place of study

Wismar

Classroom Languages

english

Conditions for admission
  • Prerequisite for admission is a first academic degree in general business administration, engineering, especially civil engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering, or related professional fields and proof of 210 ECTS and an overall grade of at least 2.0.
  • If the number of 210 credits cannot be proven, a further 30 credits must be acquired through the compulsory elective courses offered in the degree programme or comparable study and examination achievements. The examination board decides on the selection of the compulsory elective modules to be taken after proposal by the applicants.
  • Applicants who have a first academic degree from a recognised higher education institution of a member state of the European Union with an overall grade of less than 2.0, but at least 2.5 and the required English language skills can participate in a selection procedure. In these cases, a minimum score of 5 points must be achieved on the basis of the following selection criteria:
    1. the overall grade of the first academic degree and
    2. special suitability.
    If no proof of the criteria is submitted, no points will be awarded.
  • Applicants who have a first academic degree from a recognised foreign higher education institution in a country that is not a member of the European Union must prove their eligibility to study for a Master's degree in the European Union:
    1. take the Test for Foreign Students (TestAS) in Economics in English. The following results must be achieved: A standard score of at least 111 in the core module or in one of the two subject-specific test modules, and at least 101 in the other two.
    2. candidates must achieve a minimum score of 5 points according to appendices 1 and 2.
    3. if these criteria are not met, admission is to be refused.
  • If the overall grade is worse than 2.5, admission will not be granted.

Special admission requirements:

  • Knowledge of the English language must be proven
  • Letter of motivation

The language of instruction in compulsory modules and, as a rule, also in the elective modules is English. Details on admission can be found in the corresponding regulations.