HNU | Information Management and Corporate Communications B.A.
HNU | Information Management and Corporate Communications B.A. – International Profile
Courses in English
English and intercultural management are part of the studies. You can also take additional languages such as French, Spanish or Chinese as elective courses. This will prepare you very well for any international exchanges. You can gain international experience by
- studying one or two semesters abroad
- doing an internship semester abroad
- writing your Bachelor thesis with a company abroad
- taking part in the double degree programme with the Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Finland and obtaining two degrees
Double degree programme
When you study Information Management and Corporate Communications, you can study at the Oulu University of Applied Sciences in Finland for one year. The double degree programme offers five places at each university per year.
- Studying in Finland
You will attend lectures in English at the Finnish partner university and these courses will be recognised and accepted by the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU). The universities have already harmonised these courses. Once you have completed the courses agreed upon, the HNU fees amounting to € 500 will be dispensed with. When you have passed all the exams, you will receive degrees from both universities: the Bachelor degree of the HNU and the Bachelor degree of the Oulu University of Applied Sciences.
- Beginning studies in the winter semester
Students who have begun to study in the winter semester can complete their third and fourth semesters at the Finnish partner university.
- Beginning studies in the summer semester
Students who have begun to study in the summer semester can apply to the Examinations Board to do their practical placement semester earlier, and so be able to apply to study at the Finnish partner university in their fourth and fifth semester.
You can apply until 1 February for participation in the following winter semester (beginning in Finland on 1 August). The five best candidates will be selected for the programme.