At our Study Centre in Munich we offer you a wide range of qualifications and additional training opportunities. In addition to the possibility of completing an academic degree, you also have various options for further training, including executive education.
in Business Administration (BA), we offer you an attractive, high-quality academic study programme. The special feature: By crediting your Fachwirt degree, you enter directly into the fourth semester of the current Bachelor in Business Administration and only have to complete a total of four semesters until you graduate with a Bachelor's degree.
Would you like to receive a consultation on our Bachelor of Arts degree on-site or by telephone? Please use our form to make an appointment for a consultation.
With our bachelor's degree, you acquire the state-recognized academic degree Bachelor in Business Administration (BA) while working. For your major you select a focus: Marketing Management, Financial Management or Digital Business Management.
Candidates build their business knowledge in lectures on Saturdays, at several, selected events in the evenings during the week, and at our four block weeks, thus developing professionally.
Five reasons to study in Munich
You do not live in Munich and are considering moving here for your studies?
With around 1.5 million inhabitants, Munich is the third largest city in Germany. Nevertheless, you rarely get the feeling of being in a big city, the Bavarian capital is often even referred to as a “big village”. This is mainly due to the many green areas. The English Garden is particularly well-known here. With its 375 hectares, it is one of the largest parks in the world.
2. Cultural diversity
Munich's culture is very diverse - the city offers one of the largest opera houses in Germany, museums, theaters, orchestras and many concert halls. Furthermore, many events take place throughout the year, such as the world-famous Oktoberfest, the Tollwood Festival and many more.
3. Excellent transport link
Munich has great public transport, but it is also the perfect location for trips outside of the city. In terms of the number of travelers in 2018, the airport ranks second in Germany after Frankfurt am Main. You can also get around well by bike in Munich due to the many cycle paths and you can quickly make your way to the mountains or to the south by all means of transport.
4. Great recreational opportunities
You never get bored in Munich. There are many great leisure activities and you can even surf! The most famous wave for surfing is the Eisbach wave. Additionally, you can go swimming in some places in the Isar or you can be in the mountains for hiking or skiing in winter in no time. Great food and lots of beer gardens make Munich a perfect place to relax.
5. Bavarian charm
Bavaria, and thus not only Munich, is particularly unique because of the people who live there. Sociable, sometimes a bit headstrong but with a lot of humor: a very good description of the people in Bavaria. They manage to perfectly combine traditional and modern, making life there very worthwhile.
In addition to our academic Bachelor of Arts and MBA programmes, we offer a wide range of Professional Education opportunities at our Munich Study Centre. Please find more information on our German website.
Would you like to find out more about our educational offers, or do you have questions about the right programme, how to finance your studies or funding opportunities? We are happy to take the time for a personal consultation, both by telephone and at our study centre on-site.
Would you like to get an idea of life as a student? Please do not hesitate to contact us if you would like to visit a lecture. We will try to make it possible.
Frankfurt School is present at fairs all over Germany. You can find out more about our Bachelor programmes, student life and admission requirements at a fair close to you.
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We also offer online webinars. Find out more about this directly from the individual study programmes.
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