Heilbronn University ranks amongst the major institutions of higher education in the state of Baden-Württemberg, where it caters for about 8,300 degree-seeking students on four campuses, namely Heilbronn - Sontheim, Heilbronn - Am Europaplatz, Künzelsau, and Schwäbisch Hall. The university is a family-friendly, vibrant institution that is committed to innovative and interdisciplinary knowledge transfer. It works closely with its many partners in business, industry, and the local community to create a sustainable and ethical learning environment for its students. Its diverse range of study programmes in business studies, engineering, and information technology provide a sound theoretical grounding while integrating vocational elements such as industrial placements or project work. A focus is also placed on competence-based approaches in order to enhance student key competences across functions and disciplines.
Most study programmes have been created in direct response to the needs of local industries, but an increasing number of courses deal with the challenges presented by today's global business environment.
Heilbronn is a city in the south of Germany, situated in the beautiful scenery of the Neckar valley and surrounded by picturesque villages, spa towns, and gently rolling hills covered in vineyards.
With some 124,000 inhabitants, the city of Heilbronn lies at the heart of Germany's red wine producing area and boasts a wide range of cultural events and recreational facilities as well as excellent restaurants and hotels. Heilbronn has excellent rail and motorway connections providing swift access to the major cities of the area. Students also benefit from a low-cost regional travel card, which covers the university's three campuses and the greater Heilbronn area.
The economic significance of region Heilbronn is impressive. Local enterprises have produced many global brand leaders and export their innovative products to over 80 countries. The Heilbronn region has been favoured by the thriving economic climate of south-west Germany. Over the years, it has distinguished itself through its spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship, as attested by such notable companies as Audi and Bosch.
Heilbronn University has set up the so-called MSEM Master's Programmes Office.
It provides and arranges help for you concerning:
your application to the Master's Programme
admission and enrolment procedures
contacting lecturers and students e.g. for support and advice with (individual) study plans
application for a student visa
accommodation during your academic studies at Heilbronn University (application at the student residence hall, addresses for further private accommodation)
voluntary German courses "German as a foreign language" (free of charge), etc.