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Germany

Business & Economics

Business & Management

BA in International Management

3.5 years

€0 pa

Programme profile


This is a strongly international programme.In addition to learning a broad set of management skills, students have the opportunity to develop a specialised career focus through DIT’s Career Track Programme.

A Career Track is personalised in conjunction with an academic advisor and consists of appropriate courses, internships and a thesis to give students the opportunity to deepen their knowledge and demonstrate academic and practical expertise in their chosen field. Career Tracks include: International Project Management, Strategic Finance, Accounting, Economics, Operations & Logistics, Global Marketing or Human Resource Development.

Students study at a choice of foreign partner universities for one semester and work for another semester as student interns at a company.

Students must study at least one foreign language: Italian, Spanish, French, Russian, or German during the first three semesters. 

You have the option to complete a double degree with USC – University of the Sunshine Coast in Australia

Programme content


In the first year, particular emphasis is placed on teamwork, presentation skills, information technology, business methods and foreign language acquisition. The first two semesters also cover the functional areas of business (economics, logistics marketing, accounting, etc.).

The third semester is almost exclusively designed to cover the international aspects of the functional areas of business: accounting, economics, finance, business law, tax, and marketing. Information technology skills and foreign language acquisition are further emphasised.

In the fourth or fifth semester, students work as interns either abroad or in an international function at a German company of their choice. Graduates are often employed at the same organisations where they have done their internships. Also in the fourth or fifth semester, students have the opportunity to widen their academic horizon at a foreign university. In addition to European universities, Deggendorf has partnership programmes with universities all around the globe including Hong Kong, Buenos Aires and San Diego.

In the final two semesters,  students take capstone seminars and case-study courses in the areas of international management, finance, economics and managing across cultures.

Entry Requirements


Three A-Levels

Six passes at Leaving Cert [inc 2HC3]

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15 April

15 June