For our Partners
Dear partner and prospective partners,
on this page you can find some Information concerning the nomination and application deadlines and all around the process.
In this Fact Sheet you can find the summarized infomation.
Nomination deadlines for partners
Nomination should include: name, last name, e-mail, study field, study level, duration of stay, date of birth.
We will contact them after we will receive all nominations from our partner universities.
Application deadline for students
Attention: Students should not apply without our instruction.
First application with necessary documents:
For the Winter Term: 05.05. - 20.05.
For the Summer T:erm: 05.11. - 20.11.
STiNE enrollment application:
For the Winter Term: end of June or first week in July
For the Summer Term: middle of December
Academic calendar for students
|Winter Term||01. October - 31. March|
|First meeting online||Last week September|
|Course registration||End September - Beginn October|
|Welcome Week||Second week October|
|Lecture period||Middle October - End January|
|Christmas break||Last week December - First week January|
|Examination period||End January - Middle February|
|Summer Term||01. April - 30. September|
|First meeting online||First week March|
|Course registration||Middle March|
|Welcome Week||Last week March|
|Lecture period||Beginning April - Middle July|
|Examination period||End July - Beginning August|
Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences
MA in International Busniess and Sustainability (MIBAS)
The MIBAS focuses on developing specific expertise and skills in the areas of international management and sustainability. The taught component of the program initiates students into the far-reaching theoretical and practical challenges faced by companies and society in the pursuit of sustainable business strategies. The program introduces students to the ethical, ecological, social, and political implications of corporate value creation processes, thus fostering a particular sense of responsibility among students aspiring to be leaders of the future.
For more information please refer to the homepage of MIBAS.
MSc Health Economics & Health Care Management (HEHCM)
Students acquire academic and professional knowledge in health economics and health care management. The program is aimed at students seeking qualifications for work in (a) academia, (b) the health care industry (e.g., hospitals, health insurance funds, pharmaceutical and/or medical devices companies, associations of health care providers), and (c) public and not-for-profit institutions in the health care sector.
For more information please refer to the homepage of MSc HEHCM.
MA Human Resource Management (HRM)
Besides the core areas of human resource management (staff selection, staff training and development, staff assessment, leadership and cooperation), students also gain specialist knowledge in the fields of operational co-determination, gender policy, organizational theory, and ergonomics. The program emphasizes key soft skills such as communication and conflict management, team and project management, coaching, and mediation.
For more information please refer to the homepage of Human Resource Management.
MSc Interdisciplinary Public and Nonprofit Studies (PUNO)
MSc Politics, Economics and Philosophy (PEP)
The program focuses on the analysis of individual and collective decision-making from the perspective of the program’s respective three disciplines. Students will learn how to combine insights from political science, economics, and philosophy in order to solve decision problems arising in such diverse areas as politics, corporate governance, international relations, and others. The program is research-oriented and aims to provide a thorough and rigorous training in modern theories and methods in political science, economics and philosophy.
For more information please refer to the homepage of MSc Politics, Economics, and Philosophy.
The program attaches great importance to quantitative skills and emphasizes state-of-the-art methods in empirical research. It encourages applied work and relates it to policy. The program prepares students for real-world economic situations and challenges. It provides solid training in best-practice methods in mainstream economics. Students have the opportunity to undertake optional in-depth studies in areas of particular personal interest, which are designed to facilitate the transition into independent research.
For more information please refer to the homepage of MSc Economics.
MA International Criminology
The program focuses on social practices and dynamics at various levels—from the micropolitics of social environments and institutions such as prisons, through to global security interventions.
A research-oriented, interdisciplinary approach at the interface of law and social sciences imparts advanced, subject-specific theoretical and methodological knowledge and skills oriented towards current international scholarly debate. The aim of the program is to enable students to analyze “criminological facts” and reflect critically on their development, conduct independent research, and contribute to criminological understanding in public discourse.
For more information please refer to the homepage of International Criminology.
The MA in Sociology gains its special profile from three components. Two core areas of the discipline are covered at an advanced, international level, namely sociological theories and quantitative and qualitative methods of empirical research. The program moreover focuses on the mediation of practical, research-based expertise and skills.
For more information please refer to the homepage of Sociology.
MA Political Science
Within the core curriculum and two specializations, students take a theoretical, empirical, and practice-oriented approach to consider complex governance issues both inside (regional, sub-national, and national levels) and outside (supra-, trans-, and international levels) of states. A research module enables individual research under qualified supervision.
Two specializations are offered within this research-based program: comparative and regional studies (VRS) and international political theory (IPT).
For more information please refer to the homepage of Political Science.
MA Journalism and Mass Communication
Encouraging quality journalism is the guiding principle and overall objective of this program. In a media landscape in which PR strategies and search engines increasingly influence the practice of reporting, the master’s in journalism and mass communication seeks to train journalists for whom thorough research, an impartial appreciation of the facts, professional skepticism, comprehensible reporting, and independent judgment form the cornerstones of the trade.
For more information please refer to the homepage of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Lanugage: German / English
Why is demographic change challenging the welfare state? What would be the effects of universal basic income on society or what can we learn from the recent worldwide financial crisis? If you are interested in coming to grips with the complexity of modern economies, studying economics in Hamburg provides you with an excellent starting point.
The harbor metropolis with a turnover of around 140 million tons of goods every year is the ideal location for grappling with the larger economic issues in a globalized world. Get into a field of studies that addresses the big economic questions.
For more information please refer to the homepage of BSc Economics.
BA Political Science
Language: German / English
Course Catalogue: Students of the BA Socioeconomics can choose between all Bachelor courses within the faculty for Business, Economics and Social Sciences (BA Political Science, BA Sociology, BSc Economics). Please refer to their course catalogue for an overview on the course offer.
For more information, please refer to the homepage (DE) of BA Socioeconomics.
Faculty of Business Administration
BSc Business Administration
Language: German, English
BSc Business Administration combines a distinguished Hanseatic tradition of commercial trade with the methods and theories of modern, quantitative management research. Teaching and research are interdisciplinary and international in scope. We look for, uncover, and support the individual talents of our students and researchers.
For more information please refer to the homepage of BSc Business Administration.
MSc Business Adminstration
The Master of Science in Business Administration is a research and method-oriented degree program offering a comprehensive range of electives in the field of business administration and its sub-disciplines. In addition to in-depth knowledge of general business administration, the program provides students with further analytical and methodological skills, and imparts insight into at least two of six sub-areas, including corporate management, marketing, and media. The master's program in business administration also reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the field.
For more information please refer to the homepage of MSc Business Administration.