HNU | Master International Enterprise Information Management (IEIM)

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A start of the studies is always possible in the winter semester.

May 2 to August 31

Admission Requirements International Enterprise Information Management (IEIM)

What entrance qualification do I need?

You have to have an academic degree that amounts 210 ECTS-credits (equivalent to 3.5 years of full-time studies).

In case you own an academic degree with less (e.g. 180) ECTS-credits (e.g. equivalent to 3 years of full-time-studies), there are some special options (see here).

If you have your degree from outside the German education system, please note the additional rules for International Applicants.

My academic degree amounts to less than 210 ECTS. What can I do?

You need an academic degree with 210 ECTS. In case of a degree with only 180 ECTS credits (equivalent to 3 years of full-time studies), the existing skills gap of 30 ECTS credits must be bridged by proving to meet at least one of the following remediary requirements:

  • (Co-)authorship of research publications in English (Research Paper)
  • proof of at least 6 months full-time professional experience after obtaining the Bachelor's degree. The work experience has to be in a field relevant to the content of the study course (please provide employment and / or job references)
  • Successful completion of an entrance examination that consists of a written scientific draft in English. To take this entrance examination you have to request it (in English and exclusively via e-mail) no later than the respective application deadline.

For the appropriate documentation, please contact the head of the study course, Prof. Dr. Brune.

What grade do I need?

The grade of your academic degree has to be the equivalent to a German 2.3 (as a rule of thumb: roughly comparable to 78%-79% of a total of 100%).

If you have your degree from outside the German education system, please note the additional rules for International Applicants.

If my grade isn't good enough, can I improve it somehow?

Unfortunately, there is no way to get admitted if the grade of your academic degree isn't 2.3 or better.

Did you check hochschulkompass.de for study courses with differnt admission requirements?

Which skills are required?

You have to prove skills in the fields of informatics/computer science and information management that amount to 30 ECTS credits. These 30 credits (or equivalent) have to be earned as part of a previous degree course at a public or officially recognised institution of higher education.

These 30 ECTS have to consist of ...

  • at least 5 ECTS from business information systems, IT- or information management.
  • at least 5 ECTS from practical informatics / data processing / software development or similar subjects (e.g. programming, databases, software engineering).
  • at least 3 ECTS from maths / statistics / quantitative methods or similar subjects.
Are there Bachelor degrees that meet the 30 ECTS-requirement by default?

Yes.

If you got your bachelor degree from the HNU in one of the following degree courses:

  • Business Information Systems
  • Information Management Automotive
  • Information Management and Corporate Communications
  • Industrial Engineering / Logistics
Which language skills do I need?

In our english-speaking Master's degree courses, you have to prove English skills on level B2 when you apply. You can do this in different ways:

  • you provide the appropriate results of a recognized English test (e.g. at least 90 points in TOEFL-IBT)
  • your school degree or your academic degree show that you got the qualification there as part of your studies
  • you graduated in a degree course that was taught entirely in English
  • you can prove that you are a native speaker of English.

If you aren't a native speaker in German, you have to prove German knowledge on level A1 upon enrollment.

Do I have to pay study fees?

No, this degree course is free of charge. This also applies to students from non-EU countries.

There is, however, a fee you have to pay at enrollment and at every re-registration. You can learn more about this fee on this page.

Application with an International Degree

Evaluation of degrees & certificates

If you have your degree from outside the German education system, you have to get your certificates evaluated by uni-assist.

To avoid a prolonged process, we recommend to start the evaluation via uni-assist no later than six weeks before the application deadline.

Please apply via uni-assist and paralel to this via the regular application process for your desired degree course. The evaluation by uni-assist doesn't substitute the application at the HNU!

Find more information here.

Language requirements for degree courses taught in German (all bachelor courses + MAM)

To study a degree course with German as the predominat teaching language, you have to prove German language skills at level C1 upon enrollment. You can do this by providing one of the following certificates (among others):

  • Deutsche Sprachprüfung für den Hochschulzugang (DSH): at least DSH-2
  • Test Deutsch als Fremdsprache (TestDaF): at least TDN 4 in all modules
  • Deutsches Sprachdiplom der Kultusministerkonferenz (DSD): DSD II
  • Goethe-Zertifikat C 2: Großes Deutsches Sprachdiplom (GDS)
  • telc Deutsch C1 Hochschule

You'll find preparatory courses for the language tests here (among others): 

Language requirements for degree courses taught in English (BIA, ICCMM, IEIM)

In our english-speaking degree courses, you have to prove English skills on level B2 when you apply. You can do this in different ways:

  • you provide the appropriate results of a recognized English test (e.g. at least 90 points in TOEFL-IBT, Cambridge IELTS with at least 6.5, Cambridge BEC Vantage with at least 3.0)
  • your school degree or your academic degree show that you got the qualification there as part of your studies
  • you graduated in a degree course that was taught entirely in English
  • you can prove that you are a native speaker of English.

If you aren't a native speaker in German, you have to prove German knowledge on level A1 upon enrollment.

All the achievements need to be proven through appropriate documents submitted to the HNU before the application deadline.

Contact

Professor Dr.
Philipp Brune View Profile

Academic Head of IT Services
Head of the degree programme Master International Enterprise Information Management
Head of the Centre for Secure IT Applications and Infrastructures
Head of the Institute of Agile Product and System Development

Send E-Mail to Professor Dr. Philipp Brune
Phone:
0731/9762-1503
Office:
Main Building A,EINS, 40 BÜRO

Contact

Peter Marquetand View Profile

Deputy Head of Studies Office

Send E-Mail to Peter Marquetand
Phone:
0731/9762-2003
Office:
Main Building A,EINS, 16 BÜRO

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