Study in German
short and intensive study abroad experience that matches your home university´s academic calender (6 or 9 months are also possible)
Entirely taught in German:
gives you more confidence regarding your spoken and written (academic) German language skills
Personal and welcoming atmosphere:
small study groups with close contact to our lecturers and the international office
Up to 30 ECTS:
pick and choose your favourite study programme and acquire up to a full semester workload
Brühl is an ideal starting point to discover the Rhineland, Germany and Europe
Quarter 1: January – March
Quarter 2: April – June
Quarter 3: July – September
Quarter 4: October – December
Nomination deadline Quarter 1 / Quarter 4: 1st of June
Application deadline Quarter 1 / Quarter 4: 1st of July
Nomination deadline Quarter 2 / Quarter 3: 1st of October
Application deadline Quarter 2 / Quarter 3: 1st of November
At least level B2 in German according to CEFR (Common European Framework of References for Language)
Exchange / Erasmus students from our partner universities are exempted from the tuition fee. All other students pay 2070 € for the whole programme
Have a look at our programmes:
There are certain skills you need to manage a retail company. In this degree programme students will not only learn about the effects digitalization has on retail processes but also how to deal with these challenges including identifying and responding to new trends in consumer behaviour by targeted online marketing.
Today the efficient management of logistics processes is a crucial factor for business success. Effective product and process innovations depend on the efficient planning and control of material and information flow along the entire supply chain. Logistics managers of today face sophisticated challenges across all industry sectors particularly in the growing logistics service industry.
Business Information Systems
Business success depends more than ever on the efficient use of information technology especially since digitisation has become more important for all areas of working life. By combining IT and business students at EU|FH become experts in the field of business information systems.
Business Administration and Engineering
Global enterprises need sales executives who are able to market complex technical products successfully. The managers of tomorrow must be in command of the kind of technological background that puts them in a position to advise customers competently and comprehensively on the purchase of individual components or even entire systems. An understanding on how technological processes work gives graduates in this field a considerable competitive edge.