Study Msc General Management in Germany, The study programme in General Management, leading to a Master of Science qualification, is intended for students who have completed a Bachelor’s degree or Diplom in Business Sciences. It will qualify you to perform functions with leadership responsibility in companies and organisations as well as to undertake an academic career. It will also enable you to undertake a doctorate.
With the qualification, PFH university also provides you with a job guarantee: we will return a part of your tuition fees if you have completed your course within the standard period of study, but have not found a suitable job within nine months of graduating.
Your Benefits – Study Msc General Management in Germany
- Study programme with job guarantee
- Master’s qualification in only three semesters
- Elective options for individual study schedules
- Up to ten project months in companies, if requested
- Individual supervision in small learning groups
- International dual degree possible
Master’s Degree in Business Administration in Three Semesters in Berlin and Göttingen
PFH offers the three-semester Master’s degree in General Management at Campus Göttingenand at Campus Berlin. It is accredited by ZEvA, the Central Accreditation and Evaluation Agency, and state-recognised.
Study Content – Study Msc General Management in Germany
The Master’s degree enables you to add academic depth to specialist focus areas from the basic study programme or to add further focus areas. In addition, it focuses on Corporate Management and Accounting. The study programme also contributes to developing your personality and strengthening your personal skills in the form of individual coaching sessions as well as courses in soft skill training and Business English. In addition, the mentoring scheme of our professors and the University’s own Career Service will support you in starting your career. Through its numerous elective options, the syllabus of the Master’s degree offers maximum scope for individual specialisation in accordance with your career goals. For example, you will choose two out of six focus areas in the first semester.