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Educational organisationThe International Management Bachelor's programme is rooted in foreign language competence. During the course of study, English is the primary language used in the classroom and workplace. In addition, students are required to study one or more additional foreign languages (Spanish, Italian, French, etc.) in each of the first three semesters. Since up to 50% of the participants in the programme are foreign students, their integration into the programme is supported through German language courses offered over three semesters.
The Bachelor's programme is a seven-semester programme that includes both theoretical and practical training:
- Semester 1 and 2:
- Semester 3:
- Semester 4 and 5:
- Semester 6 and 7:
Study abroad unit(s)Participants spend the fourth (or fifth) semester at a partner university in a foreign country. Furthermore, students must do their internship abroad or in an internationally oriented company.
Students can acquire a degree from the partner institution by spending two semesters there. No tuition fees are charged at the partner universities.
InternshipsDuring the fourth or fifth semester, students must participate in an internship in a foreign country. They must find the internship on their own but will be supported in their search by the Career Service of the Deggendorf Institute of Technology or can get information on internships from former International Management students.
Forms of assessmentExams, projects, presentations, seminar papers
You can gain insight into the Credit System of Deggendorf Institute of Technology by looking at our current study regulations: https://www.th-deg.de/de/bwl-wi/studiengaenge/im-b#nav
Course objectivesWe aim to prepare students to become multilingual and multicultural managers who can lead dynamic companies across cultures and borders.
Language requirementsProof of English language skills - one of the following criteria must apply:
- minimum of six years of English completed with a degree of "good" (2.0) or better (according to German grading system)
- TOEFL (min. 100 points on internet-based test)
- IELTS (6.5)
- minimum of a six-month stay in an English-speaking country
- high-school diploma awarded in an English-speaking country
- native English speaker
Academic requirementsInternational students send their school leaving certificates directly to the DIT where the documents will be evaluated.
Please see: https://www.th-deg.de/en/international-office/international-students#nav
Enrolment feesEnrolment fees are approx. 50 EUR per semester.
Costs of livingFood and accommodation amount to approx. 600 EUR per month.
Job opportunitiesThere are various job opportunities in and around Deggendorf.
Funding opportunities within the universityFunding opportunities include scholarships for the acquisition of books and travel expenses, or full scholarships. For more information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Arrival supportStudent members of the Arbeitskreis International Club (aki) and the International Office help international students and offer support prior to their arrival and an Orientation Week for them.
Services and support for international studentsStudent members of the Arbeitskreis International Club (aki) and the International Office support international students during their stay in Deggendorf and at the university.
AccommodationThere are several dormitories and many flats available in Deggendorf.
Please see: https://www.th-deg.de/en/study-with-us/accommodation
The International Office supports all the international students in finding accommodation.