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Fachhochschule für Wirtschaft Berlin

Badensche Straße 52 Berlin View map


The Bachelor degree is the first tier of the Bachelor and Master system introduced into the German higher education system through the Bologna Process in 1999. Since a Bachelor degree is awarded after three or four years of studying, it allows graduates earlier career entry than with the former Diplom and Magister degrees. The new Bachelor programmes not only provide a reduced period of study and a better professional qualification but also allow students greater mobility. Bachelor - Dual Award Degree: As part of the Berlin School of Economics and Law's international approach, Bachelor Programmes are offered in cooperation with partner universities abroad. Students on a Dual Award degree programme study both in Germany and in another country and graduate with two degrees – a Bachelor from both the BSEL and the partner university. At present, there are Dual Award programmes running with partners in Great Britain and France. Bachelor (Company-Linked): The company-linked Bachelor programmes combine higher education and job training. Since students on these programmes are also trainees at a company cooperating in this scheme, they study both at the BSEL and at their place of work. The company-linked courses are only held in German and require applications to...

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