You can enter the program both in the winter semester (teaching period mid-October until early February, exam period February/March) and in the summer semester (teaching period mid-April until late July, exam period July/August).

Note: For enrolement in the Master's program Strategy & Sustainability (SAS), an application is required. Admission to the Master's program SAS is granted to holders of a bachelor degree or an equivalent domestic or foreign degree with an overall grade of at least "good" (German grade of 2.5 or better). The degree must be in an economically- / management-oriented subject area (e.g., German degrees such as Wirtschaftswissenschaften, BWL, Internationale BWL, International Management, Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen, Wirtschaftsinformatik, etc.).

English language skills at the B2 level must be demonstrated.

German language skills at the A2 level must be demonstrated.

If you do not have all the required documents at the time of application, you may be admitted on the condition that you submit missing documents, such as the bachelor's degree certificate, during the first master's semester. If missing documents are not submitted on time or a degree with an overall grade of 2.5 or better cannot be proven, the study program cannot be continued!

All information about the application process can be found on the pages of the office of the registrar.

Please also note the following information:

  • The MSc program SAS is a management program. Therefore, prior knowledge especially in the fields of management, statistics/econometrics and mathematics is recommended.
  • The MSc program SAS is an English language programme. The entire program can be completed exclusively by following courses (modules) in English. Some courses in the elective areas may be offered in German, but there is no obligation to select any German language module offers.

Information for prospective students with disabilities or chronic illnesses

Prospective students with disabilities or chronic illnesses can submit special applications to help compensate for disadvantages caused by their disability when applying for a restricted-admission degree programme.

If you have any questions about this, the Contact Office for Studies and Disability will be happy to help you!


Application deadlines can be found on the homepage of the Office of Student Affairs: here.
For proof of German language skills, see the homepage of the Academic Registrar’s Office.

The online application portal opens around mid-May for the winter semester and around mid-November for the summer semester. Further information can be found here.

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