Master of Science
The Master's degree in Business Administration at the Heinrich Heine University generally builds on a successfully completed Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and is aimed at students interested in academic study.
Excellent study conditions
The verdict of the students: the learning environment on the degree course in Business Administration in Düsseldorf is outstanding! We achieve this positive rating through a high level of interaction and individual feedback. We focus on small groups rather than mass events.
Learning through research
Not only do we make you familiar with the findings of our cutting-edge research, you also have the opportunity to carry out your own empirical projects on practice-related developments.
Whether it's a semester abroad, guest lecturers from other countries, business language courses or international case study competitions – we offer you a truly international learning environment.
Strong integration of theory and practice
As a young, dynamic faculty, we have high academic standards with regard to both theory and methodology. We ensure that there is plenty of practice-related work. Regular and close contact to regional and international business consultancy firms, auditors, and commercial and industrial enterprises makes it possible for us to stage lectures dealing with actual practice and organise excursions and internships, all of which will help you get started in your career.
Advantages of the location
The most beautiful faculty building in Germany, and Düsseldorf, a city that combines the Rheinish way of life with a good measure of international flair, offer you a learning environment in a class of its own.
To enrol on the Master's degree in Business Administration, students must demonstrate that they are particularly suitable for the course (see below).
The student's particular suitability will be examined by a selection committee from the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics on the basis of the submitted application. These are the only criteria:
- Bachelor's degree in an economic science with at least 180 ECTS credits on completion of the course
- Final grade (at least 2.3)
- Final dissertation (at least 6 ECTS credits)
- Knowledge of business administration (at least 60 ECTS credits)
- Knowledge of economics (at least 20 ECTS credits)
- Knowledge of statistical methodology (at least 10 ECTS credits – without mathematics)
If the course has not yet been completed, at least 75% of the ECTS for the entire Bachelor's programme must have been completed. The necessary specialist knowledge must already be proven at the time of application. It is not possible to make up for missing ECTS in the Master's programme in Business Administration at Heinrich Heine University. We reserve the right to make further changes.
The research-focused study programme serves to consolidate the skills gained from the Bachelor's degree. Students are equipped with the skills to analyse economic issues systematically and independently on a scientific basis, to make management decisions and to take responsibility for organising and monitoring their implementation.
Compact compulsory section and extensive choice of electives
Follow your interests and set individual priorities: the programme is designed to enable you to specialise (e.g. finance, accounting, corporate management, human resource management) or to train as a generalist.
On the Master's programme, elective modules can be chosen in various subject areas. You will find a short list of these modules here – a complete and up-to-date overview can be found in the module handbook.
e.g. accounting and control: research and practice, bank management and financial services, business taxation, entrepreneurial finance: research and practice, case study competition "MBA-ICC Montréal", marketing, organisational behaviour, personnel management, practice-based seminar in corporate valuation
e.g. advanced econometrics, competition policy and theory, empirical competition economics, industrial economics, international finance markets, monetary economics, network and information goods economics, regulatory economics, game theory
e.g. digital science technology, business psychology, tax legislation, arts and cultural management
German, individual events in English.
No compulsory internships.
Programme objectives/Career prospects
The study programme takes a generalist approach and also makes it possible to set career-oriented priorities through the elective elements. The students work closely with teachers to develop solutions to problems that are currently being discussed in the world of research. The necessary methodological and specialist skills are taught in the compulsory modules, including economic and statistical concepts. The Master's degree opens up a range of outstanding career opportunities.
01/08/2021 - 01/10/2021
01/07/2021 - 15/08/2021
Academic advisor - Business Administration
Phone: +49 211 81‐10383Study programme/Department