Franco-German Management

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Admission requirements

A degree program leading to an academic diploma or bachelor's degree at a university, a university of applied sciences or an equivalent university in Germany or an equivalent final examination abroad, in which no more than one third of the ECTS credits were earned in economics modules.

The degree must have at least 180 ECTS credits and ECTS grade C. If no ECTS grade is shown, your grade point average may not be worse than 2.5.

You need proof of good language skills, which certifies that you are qualified to study in German, French and English. Language skills must be demonstrated by means of a standardized, internationally recognized language test as follows:

  • English
    Language certificates (TOEFL iBT, TOEIC) demonstrating level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages, or proof that at least 30 ECTS credits have been earned during the bachelor's degree in courses taught and tested in English.
  • French
    Language certificates (including TFI) attesting to level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages, or proof that at least 30 ECTS credits have been earned during the bachelor's degree in courses taught and tested in French.
  • German language certificates (including German as a foreign language (DaF) which demonstrate level B2 of the European Framework of Reference for Languages, or proof that at least 30 ECTS credits have been earned during the bachelor's degree in courses which have been taught and tested in German.

Appropriate stays abroad can replace language tests, whereby equivalence has to be decided on a case-by-case basis.

Intensive German course

Mainz University of Applied Sciences offers an intensive German course, which leads to a Telc German B2 language certificate. Applicants for this course must have a university entrance qualification and a German language B1 level certificate.

Further Information: DaF B2 - Intensive German Course at Hochschule Mainz

Application period

Winter semester 2022/23: Estimated as of now for mid-May, 2022 to July 15th, 2022

Who to contact

Ursula Eiermann
Head of the Office of Student Affairs, Policy Issues
Mon to Thu mornings and afternoons
T +49 6131 628-7380
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
Christiane Mann
ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT FOR THE DEGREE PROGRAM
Mon to Wed + Fri mornings, Thurs afternoon
T +49 6131 628-7382
zulassung (at) hs-mainz.de
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