Business Informatics (Bachelor)
1. What admission qualifications must be met?
Admission to the study programme is restricted on some of the enrolling universities. In these cases, the study places are awarded by the selection process (numerus clausus). In principle, interested students must meet higher education entrance qualifications.
2. What are the costs of the study programme?
Students pay 78.- Euros per course and semester (costs for special services in online study programmes). For the study programme Business Informatics with 6 semesters and 29 courses, the total is:
29 online modules x 78.- Euros = 2,262.- Euros
BAföG recipients (proof required) pay 53.- Euros per course and semester.
The respective semester fees of the offering universities and costs for internet usage and travel costs to participate in face-to-face meetings are additional.
Please consider additional study fees, if applicable. These vary by German federal state or are not payable at all.
Questions in this regard are answered by the admissions offices of the associated universities.
A general overview of all tuition fees in Germany, sorted by federal state, can be found under:
3. What degree is awarded?
Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
4. Which associated universities offer the Business Informatics study programme?
The Business Informatics (Bachelor) can be studied at the following universities:
5. What fields of study does the Business Informatics programme include?
The study plan as well as short descriptions of the courses can be found in the Study section under Business Informatics (Bachelor).
6. What recognition has the bachelor's degree?
The academic titles Bachelor and Master, which are already known from English-speaking countries, shall offer an internationally recognised university degree to German students as well.
The flexible qualification possibilities are an additional advantage of the introduction of these differentiated degrees. Furthermore, the degrees shorten the study duration required to earn a first academic degree and therefore enable earlier entry into the workforce. Furthermore, the master’s degree which requires an existing bachelor’s degree opens up the possibility of entering a PhD programme. These differentiated degrees offer additionally flexible qualification possibilities.