Start of study programme this fall!

At a glance

Degree Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Study period 8 semesters (full-time)
Orientation Applied
Instruction language
German/English
Credits 240 ECTS
Restriction
Yes, see admission requirements and NC
Industrial Internship
During the 6th semester with a duration of at least 100 working days in Germany or abroad
Specialization During the 7th semester selectable between Innovation and Technology Management (TPM1) or Advanced Production Systems (PR1)
Features
  • English classes
  • Development of intercultural and international management competencies
  • Stay abroad (compulsory)
  • Further foreign languages in addition to English
Start of Program
Summer and winter
Tuition and Fees
  • only administration costs
  • as of fall 2017 (probably): 1.500€/ semester for non EU/EEA applicants
  • as of fall 2017 (probably): 650€/ semester for a second Bachelor's degree
For more information see Tution fees for international students

Study program

The module catalog contains information about the modules in the Bachelor of Engineering and Management International  here

For information on the actual course offer during the current semester, please refer to study schedule.

Semester Dates Spring*

Semester Period

1st March - 31th August

Lecturer Period 1-2 weeks after semester starts until End of June

Welcome event for first time students

1st day of lecturer period

Examination Period

2 weeks following the end of lecturer period

Semester Dates Fall*

Semester Period

1st September  - 28th February

Lecturer Period

3 weeks after semester starts

Welcome event for first time students

1st day of lecturer period

Examination Period

2 weeks following the end of lecturer period

*Latest update 06/2016
Current semester dates can be found here.

Tution Fees

All future students who are not nationals of a state of the European Union (EU) or the European Economic Area (EEA).

Reference: Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg, Tution Fees for International Students, update 17.07.2017

Tuition fee waivers for international students will be granted automatically in the following cases:  

  • Students from the European Union (EU) and European Economic Area (EEA)
  • Non-Germans with a German higher education entrance qualification under § 58 LHG
  • Students enrolling for a doctoral program
  • Students on exchanges arising from partnership agreements with their host university (e.g. Erasmus) - § 6 Abs. 1 Landeshochschulgebührengesetz (LHGebG)
  • Double Degree students from partner institutions abroad, if mutual tuition fee waivers have been agreed upon within partnership agreements - § 6 Abs. 1 LHGebG
  • Family members (spouses, de facto partners, children) of citizens of EU and EEA countries under § 3 of EU freedom of movement law - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 1 LHGebG
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens who have an EU residence permit - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 2 LHGebG.
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens permanently residing in Germany with a residence permit for international law - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 5 LHGebG
  • Refugees whose habitual abode is in Germany, who are recognized under the UN Convention Relating to the Status of Refugees, and whose entitlement to reside in Germany is not merely provisional - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 3 LHGebG
  • Displaced persons under the (post-World War II) - Gesetz über die Rechtsstellung heimatloser Ausländer im Bundesgebiet - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 4 LHGebG
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens with permanent residence in Germany who have been legally present in Germany without interruption for at least 15 months and who have a particular form of residence permit (e.g., due to a stay of deportation or other obstacle to leaving the country) -  § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 6 LHGebG
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens with permanent residence in Germany who have been legally present in Germany without interruption for at least 15 months - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 7 LHGebG,
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens who have been present in Germany for five years and have been legally employed - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 8 LHGebG
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens with at least one parent who has lived in Germany for a total of 3 of the 6 years prior to the start of the applicant’s studies and who was legally employed - § 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 9 LHGebG
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens who have completed a Bachelor’s and a Master’s degree or a Staatsexamen or diploma study program (cf. Second Degree Tuition Fees) - 5 Abs. 1 Nr. 10 LHGebG

The following may apply for exemption to the fee after they receive the payment-due notice:

  • Students in a practical semester which is part of their regular studies - § 6 Abs. 2 Nr. 3 LHGebG
  • Students with a significant disability which hinders their studies as set out in § 2 SGB IX - § 6 Abs. 7 LHGebG
  • Students on leave of absence, if the application for leave of absence was made prior to the start of semester - § 6 Abs. 2 Nr. 1 LHGebG
  • Students in their year of practical training? - § 6 Abs. 2 Nr. 2 LHGebG
  • Non-EU or EEA citizens with an “Aufenthaltsgestattung” residence document under § 55 paragraph 1 of the asylum law, who have citizenship of a country which the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees assesses as having a high protection quota - § 6 Abs. 6 LHGebG.    

If a state leaves the EU or EEA (e.g. Brexit) and if citizens of that state thereby become subject to tuition fees, citizens of that state may continue their studies without paying tuition fees if, at the time the departure from the EU or EEA becomes effective, they have been enrolled in a degree program at an institution of higher education in Baden-Württemberg for at least five semesters.

 

Reference: Ministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst Baden-Württemberg, Tution Fees for International Students, update 17.07.2017

Admission requirements and selection process

Applicants need to fulfil the formal requirements:

  • HZB / high school diploma / secondary school leaving certificate or equivalent
  • English certificate (at least Level B2)
  • Proof of German language skills, if no German citizenship or HZB exists 
  • Commercial practice or comparable relevant professional occupation (if existing)
  • CV.

The allocation of places follows a selection process (in German).

Evidence for English skills (at least Level B2) can be provided in the following ways:

  • English courses were attended throughout the senior classes of secondary school, whereby the average mark as shown on the 'Abitur' certificate must be a minimum of 11 points. If your certificate mentions more than one English level, the lower level will be awarded.
  • School achievement will be accepted by continuous English classes for at least 6 years.
  • University entrance requirements were fulfilled in an Anglophone school system.
  • If none of the above-mentioned proofs can be delivered, one of the recognized language assessment test results can be presented. Please refer to www.europaeischer-referenzrahmen.de

The Bachelor "International Engineering and Management" is a program with a restricted number of places. There are two intakes each year, which are in the spring and fall semester.

The allocation of places follows an selection process (in German).

The following selection criteria apply for the ranking:

  •     Average mark of the German 'Abitur'.
  •     Commercial practice or comparable relevant professional occupation.
  •     English skills (at least Level B2)

Application Process

The application for the bachelor degree program is made via the online portal (German) and must be completed by

15th of January each year (for the summer semester)
15th of July each year (for the winter semester)

with all necessary documents before the deadline given above!

The program has started to run up with the courses of the first semester in the winter semester 2017/18. It will take at least until 2022 until all courses listed in the study plan will be offered. Please apply as follows:

German applicants with German university entrance qualification apply directly at the university via the online portal.

Foreign applicants with a German higher education entrance qualification apply directly to the university via the online portal.

The application for the bachelor degree program is made via the online portal (German) and must be completed by

15th of January each year (for the summer semester)
15th of July each year (for the winter semester)

with all necessary documents before the deadline given above!

The program has started to run up with the courses of the first semester in the winter semester 2017/18. It will take at least until 2022 until all courses listed in the study plan will be offered.

How you need to apply for admission depends on whether or not you are a German citizen:

German applicants with a international / foreign university entrance qualification must have their certificate recognized by the Regional Council of Stuttgart (Zeugnisanerkennungsstelle) before applying. After recognition, the application will be made via the online portal.

International applicants with a international / foreign university entrance qualification must first have their certificates examined by the Studienkolleg Konstanz and only afterwards apply at the university via the online portal.

  • You register online, fill out the online application completely, submit (by click) your application form and then the affidavit.
  • You will receive your application form as a PDF-document. Please download and print it.
  • Together with the application, you will receive an individualized overview with all necessary documents.
  • Please sign the application form and send it together with all necessary documents to the Zulassungsamt in time. If you specify extra-curricular qualifications or practical activities, you have to prove them.
  • You can also inform yourself about your current processing status online, manage your applications, inform yourself about the completeness of your documents and see whether the dispatch has already taken place.

Only fully completed, signed and with all required certificates submitted applications will participate in the award procedure!

Spring term

Application period

End of November - January 15

Selection process

January

Admittance information

February

Succession period

Mid of February

Matriculation deadline

Please refer to the letter of admission

Fall term

Application period

End of May  - July 15

Selection process

July

Admittance information

August

Succession period

Mid of August

Matriculation deadline

Please refer to the letter of admission

Program Coordinator

Head of Program:
Prof. Dr. Altmann
Building L, room 156
+49 621 292 60 89
bachelorWBI@wing.hs-mannheim.de

Accreditation

This study programme is accredited by ZEvA.