Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaft

M. Sc. European Management with Pavia

The Program

The School of Business and Economics has entered into double-degree agreements with different partner universities all over the world. These programs offer participants an extraordinary opportunity to obtain two degrees at the same time. This integrated double degree Master program in European Management is conducted in cooperation with the School of Economics at the Università degli studi di Pavia (Italy). The program is partially funded by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD). This allows the School of Business and Economics to support students with particularly good performances with a partial or full scholarship during the year spent at the Università degli Studi di Pavia.

The School of Economics at the University of Pavia is heir to the original Italian schools of Commerce, which were founded in the second half of the 18th century, and subsequently transformed into the various faculties of Economics and Business. The constant burgeoning of worldwide markets, the rapid development of financial markets and the expansion of new information and communication technologies required increasingly diverse professional profiles from the faculty graduates. In order to fulfill these new demands, the faculty has adapted and diversified the training it offers, that is to say three Lauree Triennale and four Lauree Magistrale programs.

Key Facts

4 Semester Program

(Courses start in October)

Start in Tübingen or in Pavia
 

120 ECTS Credits

incl. Master Thesis (24 ECTS credits)

English, Italian and German

Track in Pavia determines course language (Italian or English)

Specializations in Tübingen determine course language (English or German)


Curriculum

In this Double Degree, students may choose at which university they spend their first and second year, determining whether they write their Master Thesis in Tübingen or in Pavia.

Studying in Tübingen students choose two to three specializations from a broad range of business specializations. They take modules out of the core, specialization and elective studies, building a specific and tailor-made curriculum. Students who have no prior knowlegde in Italian are expected to take supplementary courses in Italian as part of their Elective Studies.

Studying in Pavia students can choose between different tracks some of which are entirely taught in English. Within these tracks students may take courses from a variety of subjects ranging from business administration, law, economics to subjects such as sociology. Which courses are eligible depends on the track chosen and the courses completed in Tübingen if students choose to go to Pavia during their second year.

1st year at the University of Tübingen and 2nd year in Pavia

Modules / Areas ECTS credits  
Core Studies 27  
Specialization Studies 18-33

 

33

Elective Studies 0-15
Second Year in Lyon / Pavia incl. Master Thesis 60  

1st year in Pavia and 2nd year at the University of Tübingen*

Modules / Areas ECTS credits  
First Year in Pavia 60  
Core Studies 9  
Specialization Studies 12-18

 

18

Elective Studies 0-6
Advanced Topics in European Management 9  
Master Thesis 24  

* this table applies for students choosing one specialization within their core studies. Students may chose up to two specializations in their core studies.

Specializations in Tübingen

  • Industrial Organization
  • International Business
  • Marketing
  • HRM and Organization
  • Banking
  • Finance
  • International Accounting, Auditing and Corporate Governance
  • Econometrics
  • International Business Taxation
  • Managerial Accounting

Specializations in Pavia

For further information about the available courses take a look at the Module Handbook, page 24.


Ph.D. Track

Graduates will also find themselves well-positioned to pursue a Ph.D. subsequent to this M.Sc. program. Towards this end, students may study this M.Sc. program on a Ph.D. track, putting themselves on a fast track to a doctoral degree in Business Administration.

Module Handbook

For more detailed information about the modules, please see the

Module Handbook


Application

Deadline:

Applications will be accepted between March 4 and May 15, 2019 via our application portal.

Application Portal

The printed copy of the application forms must reach the University of Tübingen via regular mail until May 15th.

Bachelor Degree Requirements

 Bachelor Degree Certificate in Business Administration, Economics or related fields with a final grade of at least 2.5 or better according to the German grading system. (The final grades of international applicants will be converted into the German grading system and therefore also be subject to this rule).

  • A certificate stating that the applicant has successfully completed a first university degree or a certificate (or equivalent documents) providing evidence of the successful completion of at least the year prior to his/her final examination in the equivalent studies.
  • Degree should preferably amount to 180 ECTS.

Complete Transcript of Records with a final grade or calculated grade average. Transcripts of Records containing generic module titles (such as Business Administration I, II and III) should be accompanied by detailed module descriptions.

The transcript should prove the applicant has solid intermediate knowledge in

  • Business Administration,
  • Economics and
  • Statistics, Mathematics, Econometrics
  • if available, please provide proof of region-specific knowledge or relevant language skills

 

 

CV

  CV in tabular format in English or German

Letter of Motivation

Please provide us with a letter of motivation explaining your reasons for applying for this degree and outlining your qualifications for it. Kindly limit yourself to one page, the letter may be composed either in English or in German.

Students should indicate their reasons for applying for the double degree program, their choice of partner university and their intended program of study.

Language Requirements

  Certificate equivalent to the German Abitur certificate

  • i.e. A-level certificate or other entry qualification for university admissions

  Proof of English Language Qualification

  • German Abitur certificate or equivalent (i.e. A-level certificate, high school diploma), or
  • official test certificate (TOEFL, IELTS), or
  • Bachelor degree in an English-speaking country.

 Proof of ability to study in German (only for international students):

Proof of Italian language skills (not an official requirement but relevant for students planning to choose one of the tracks taught in Italian in Pavia)

Additional Documents

Further documents proving specific qualifications relevant to the desired course of study may be submitted. Examples of these additional documents are, among others, proof of additional foreign language skills, results of standardized tests specific to the fields of Business and Economics (such as GRE or GMAT) and certificates of participation in summer schools or research projects that are not documented in the applicant's academic transcript. Please note that neither a GMAT nor a GRE are a prerequisite for any of our M.Sc. programs but that they may serve as an indication that the applicant possesses a certain skill set.

Note: It is not compulsory to send reference letters. However, if you wish to hand in reference letters, you can do so voluntarily.

Recognition of International Degrees

Please note that we as the academic advisory team are not in a position to provide accurate information regarding the recognition of international degrees in Germany. These matters are handled by our central Student Affairs Office (Advising and Admission of International Students) who can provide information about the recognition of specific degrees as well as grade conversion.

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Admission

Incoming applications will be reviewed by the admission committee to determine whether they meet the entry requirements and then ranked according to the grades the applicants obtained in ther undergraduate studies and other criteria.

Timeline Admission Process

March 4

application portal opens

May 15

application deadline

June 11-21

interviews

June- July

offer letters are sent out

October

start of the MSc programs

Interviews
After the admission committee has reviewed the applications they will invite the best candidates to take part in the next stage of the admission process, the interviews. Invitations will be sent out via email at least three days before the interview and will state the day and the time of the interview. Please make sure that you regularly check your emails. International applicants may request to conduct the interview via Skype at the time assigned to them. Admitted candidates will receive an admission letter 1-3 weeks after the interview. Students who receive an offer have only a limited period of time to accept the offer and matriculate at the University of Tübingen before the offer becomes invalid and the spot will be offered to the next candidate on the list.

Student Fees
The program is free of tuition fees for all EU residents, students are only obliged to pay a small administrational fee and a contribution to the student union to matriculate.

The state of Baden-Württemberg has introduced fees for international non-EU students and second-degree students in recent years. For background information and for fee exemption options, please refer to the following link:

Tuition Fees

Students pursuing the double degree with the University of Nottingham do, however, have to pay reduced tuition fees to the University of Nottingham. Further information on the fees for the M.Sc. European Economics with Nottingham can be found on this subpage.


Further Questions?

For further questions, please contact:

Academic Advisory Service
Office hours: Tuesdays 9-11 am
Nauklerstraße 47 | 72074 Tübingen
+49 7071 29-76415
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OR make an  online appointment

Program Coordinator
Prof. Dr. Christian Koziol

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