We are very pleased that you have decided to pursue a Master's degree program at the School of Business and Economics.
In order to make it easier for you to start your studies, we have compiled the most important information on this page.
Please check back here from time to time to stay up to date.
We wish you a good start to your studies!
Classes will start on 18 October 2021. Important prep courses however, may take place earlier (for example a maths prep course). In the first week of the semester, there will be an Infocafé for first-year master’s students at the School of Business and Economics which will be organised by our study advisers together with representatives of the student council (“Fachschaft”).
Further information on information and welcome events may be found in the course catalog under "Einführungsveranstaltungen zum Studienbeginn" > " Wirtschaftswissenschaft" in the Alma portal.
We recommend that you participate in the digital prep course „Advanced Mathematical Methods“ (3 ECTS, English). Further information and contents can be found on the website of the Chair of Econometrics, Statistics and Empirical Economics.
You may also be interested in an online course on “Mathematical Methods in Advanced Microeconomics“ (No ECTS or exam, English). The slides for the online course can be found here. The course will help you repeat all the basics required for the “Advanced Microeconomics” lecture course.
The Examination Office provides the applicable examination regulations.
We have recorded a short step-by-step video to guide you through the enrollment procedure in the Alma system.
Please find additional information on the general enrollment procedure here.
The following link gives an overview of the particular enrollment requirements for international students: Steps to Enrollment
For any other questions concerning the enrollment procedure please contact: email@example.com
We strongly advise you to start looking for a place to stay immediately after receiving the admission notice because of the difficult housing situation in Tübingen.
Further information on accommodation options can be found here.
The department for “German as a foreign language” (“Deutsch als Fremdsprache“ in German) offers German language classes. Please find more information on the courses and course dates here.
We advise you to enroll for language classes as early as possible because spaces are limited.