School of Business and Economics

B.Sc. Economics and Business Administration

The Program

The B.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration offers you a general degree in economics and business administration. At the end of their studies, B.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration students have a solid foundation in economics, which allows them to directly enter a company or to continue their studies in a consecutive Master's programme.



During the six semesters, students collect 180 ECTS credits. Thus, 30 ECTS credits are earned per semester. These are to be acquired through four to five modules of 6 or 9 ECTS credits each.
The curriculum includes the following basics:

  • basics of Business Administration
  • basics of the economics
  • methodological basics in mathematics, statistics and law
  • key qualification
Program Coordinator

Prof. Dr. Martin Biewen


3 attractive areas of advanced undergraduate studies in the third year

  • Banking & Finance
  • Financial Accounting and Business Taxation
  • Managerial Accounting & Organisation
  • Marketing
  • International Business
  • Data Science (new!)
  • International Economics
  • Economic History and Development Economics (new!)
  • Economic Policy (new!)
  • Firms and Markets (new!)
  • Elective Studies

stay abroad

It is possible to spend one or two semesters abroad at one of Tübingen's numerous partner universities. Whether in Europe (e.g. Aix-en-Provence, Pavia, Gothenburg, Budapest, Granada) or other parts of the world (USA, Canada, Australia, Latin America, China, South Africa), there are great possibilities.

Deadlines and beginning

Application deadline: July 15

Program starts at the beginning of octobre.

Study fees

The program is free of tuition fees for all EU citizens.

International students and second-degree students plees see here


Graduates of our School have very good career perspectives. In addition to the excellent reputation of a Tübingen program of study, graduates also benefit from the increased practical relevance of the School of Business and Economics, the short period of study and the international orientation (see CHE ranking).
In addition, graduates receive the Diploma Supplement, a document explaining the modules attended and successfully completed in an internationally understandable manner.
Companies and institutions appreciate the sound and transparent economic education in Tübingen.
Typical occupational fields of our graduates are economic and political institutions, industrial and service companies, medium-sized businesses, banks, public institutions and consulting firms. Graduates also have the option of becoming self-employed.

The B.Sc. in Economics and Business Administration allows graduates to subsequently take up a consecutive Master's degree. Those who wish to further deepen their knowledge in the field of business and economics can choose between various master programmes in Tübingen.