Our three-semester master's program provides a strong qualification in the field of Human Resources Management (HRM). As 90% of the courses are taught in German language, excellent German language skills are required.
- Certificate of university entrance qualification with copy of Transcript of Records
- Bachelor-degree in Business Administration, Industrial Psychology, Pedagogics, Business Law, Industrial Engineering or comparable subjects of study with detailed Transcript of Records (showing at least 18 Credits/ECTS in Business Administration)
- Proof of relevant previous experiences in Human Resources
- Motivation letter
- Recommendation letter by one of your professors
- Language certificate in English (level B2 according to Common European Framework of Reference for Languages)
- Language certificate in German (Test DaF) for foreigners
Master of Science (M. Sc.)
Language of Instruction
Predominantly German, some courses in English
Every winter semester (end of September/beginning of October)
€ 158 (per semester) fees for administration and student union.
The study program Master HRM is accredited by AQAS (Agency for Quality Assurance through Accreditation of Study Programs). Our Business School is accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business).
Our master's program HRM is based upon the three pillars theory, practice and research. On the one hand, we base our education on a profound scientific approach. On the other hand our students have to transfer their learnings from classroom to practice in projects with companies. In the third core area students synthesize their theoretical knowledge and professional experience in applied research in cooperation with our Institute for Human Resources Research.
And what makes our master's program HRM unique? We focus on interdisciplinarity to prepare graduates for the business reality in HR. We welcome a personally and professionally diverse student body, so besides Business Administration, our students hold Bachelor degrees in Psychology, Pedagogics, Law and Sociology.