Undergrad Programme in Business Management from Germany

International skills
A Bachelor in International Management at ISM, Germany, enables students to face the challenges of today’s international work environment. Managers in international business are particularly challenged to be able to fulfill a wide variety of tasks. In addition to having the ability to successfully present a company in regional locations around the globe, international business managers must be qualified to lead multicultural teams. They must also have the flexibility to adapt to technological change and dynamic consumer preferences.
In addition to a comprehensive­ business management education, students are offered a number of elective courses that allow them to create an individually tailored curriculum based on their career goals. Internationality is a key focus throughout the study program.

Programme content
•• Business administration
•• Mathematical basics
••Applied statistics
••Business English
•• 2nd language German / French / Spanish
••International business
•• Economics
•• Business Law
•• Value chain management
••Marketing & finance in international context
•• General management
••Financial management & accounting
••Supply chain management
••Business communication
••International financial reporting
••Business analysis
•• Consulting
•• Human resource management
•• Preparation for an international career

Semester abroad
In addition to participating­ in foreign language courses, students attend one or two semesters abroad in order to deepen their intercultural knowledge and experience.

Solving real life business problems
Students also have the opportunity to participate in numerous practice-oriented projects in which they are challenged to solve real business problems and to demonstrate their ability to work in a team in a structured way.

Finally, within the context of compulsory internships,both in Germany and abroad, students are offered many opportunities to make professional contacts and to learn firsthand about the challenges of working internationally.

Job options in Germany
Students from non-EU States: You can apply for an 18-month residence permit after graduation to look for a job that corresponds to your qualifications.
As soon as you have a job offer which corresponds to your qualifications, you can choose whether you want to apply for a German residence permit or an EU Blue Card for the next part of your stay.

As a prospective student at the International School of Management, the first thing you need to do is register online for the admissions process. We will then send you
a letter of invitation and a list of all the documents you need to submit. Alternatively, you can download our application form, complete it and send it to us together with your application documents.

The ISM’s admission process takes place on one day and is made up of three units:
••Intelligence & knowledge test
••Proficiency tests
••Personal interview

Applicants from countries outside of Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Austria and Switzerland have the chance to participate in the aptitude tests in one of the DAAD’s 1,200 offices. In this case, a personal interview to examine the applicants’ personal skills and motivation is executed via Skype. The whole application procedure in co-operation with the DAAD costs €150. International applicants who require a visa for studying in Germany must submit their application documents to JAM CAMPUS ABROAD by January 30, 2017 for the Fall term of the same year.

Application deadline for autumn 2018 admission
​January 30​, 2018.

campusabroad@jammag.com Tel 022-27842181/2191 (Monday-Friday) Mobile : 9619719877.​

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