Until when and how can I apply?
Is the degree programme Tricontinental Master in Global Studies offered in the winter semester and the summer semester?
The programme Tricontinental Master in Global Studies is offered only in the winter semester.
What requirements must be met in order to be approved?
Successful completion of a bachelor's or graduate degree programme in business administration, economics, management or similar fields comprising a minimum of at least 180 ECTS points as well as very good English skills.
For more information about admission requirements and the selection process, please see the admission regulations.
In which language are the courses held?
The courses will be held in English only.
How many times can I repeat failed examinations?
Can I have previous academic achievements recognized?
Academic achievements that were successfully performed at other universities may be recognized, if they meet the required educational content of the programme in terms of content and scope. Failures in comparable courses at a university in the Federal Republic of Germany can be credited. The examination board decides about the individual cases’ recognitions.
For more information about the course content, see the appropriate module description.
What time period does the preparation of the master's thesis comprise?
The master's thesis is scheduled to be written during the entire fourth semester. It should be written, if possible, in an international company or an international organisation.
Where can I find study and examination regulations, admission statutes and module descriptions?
The study and examination regulations, the admission regulations and the module handbook with information on teaching contents and qualification objectives can be found in the download section of this course.
Can I find timetables online?
For enrolled students individual timetables and current information on course activities and exams is provided on the information platform InfoTools. The curriculum and the module description serve as an orientation for prospective students.