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The Master’s programmes at EBS University are tailored to your individual needs and interests. The basic modules deepen your general knowledge of business management and further develop your leadership qualities. In the specialized compulsory modules, you will expand your management knowledge in the field of automotive management and gain practical insight into the automotive industry. The programme lasts three semesters and concludes with your Master’s Thesis - often in cooperation with companies. You will spend two semesters at EBS, the last semester is reserved for your time abroad at one of our 230 partner universities.
Double degree: If you have opted for a double degree, you will spend a further semester at the partner university of your choice and thus gain - in addition to the Master of Science of EBS - a further Master degree.
Accelerated Track: If you fulfil the relevant requirements and already have international experience, you can shorten the Master’s programme by one semester abroad. This saves time and gets you to your desired career goal faster.
German Track: Instead of a semester abroad, international students can spend another semester at EBS in Germany. This gives you the opportunity to learn more about the country and its culture and to improve your prospects for a career in Germany.
|Teaching Mode||Full Time|
|Academic Requirements||No academic background in business or economics required |
Hold a Bachelor´s degree or equivalent with a minimum of 180 ECTs credits
7,950 Euros per semester
|Begin||September and January|
As we have a rolling admissions process, we encourage our applicants to apply early. We offer several dates during the whole year for our Master Selection Day. You will find the current application deadlines on our website.
To take part in the Master Selection Process, you are required to submit the following documents:
Master Selection Day
If your application documents meet our admission requirements, we will invite you to take part in the Master Selection Interview, which is held either on campus or via video conference.
The interview consists of a 50-minute verbal interview, during which your motivation, social competence and communication skills will be assessed.