International Master's Degree Programs at the Graduate School
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The Graduate School of Offenburg University of Applied Sciences offers six international Master's programs. A Master's is an additional study course which may be pursued after a Bachelor's degree has been completed successfully and it generally takes between 3 and 4 semesters to complete. A Master degree also provides the academic qualification required for pursuing a doctorate degree.
Our Master's degrees have received several awards. In 2008, for example, the Communication and Media Engineering program (CME) was selected by the Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities in Germany and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) as one of the top 10 international Master's degree programs in Germany.
The Graduate School is supported by the Advisory Board, an independent committee of business leaders who advise the Graduate School regarding the development of its international study programs.
Offenburg University's international Master's degree programs are characterized by
- Accredited application oriented programs
- English taught classes
- Small student-teacher ratio
- Very well-equiped laboratories and facilities
- Hands-on Instruction
- Comprehensive individual service for students
- Excellent career opportunities
The six international, English-language Master's programs taught at the Offenburg and Gengenbach campuses are:
- Biotechnology (MBT)
- Communication and Media Engineering (CME)
- Finance, Risk and Insurance (FRI)
- International Business Consulting (IBC)
- Power and Data Engineering (PDE)
- Process Engineering (MPE)
As a graduate of one of these programs you will have excellent career prospects. Here's what some of our alumni have to say.
For more information about applications, please see the individual study program pages. Each program is also administrated by a program coordinator who provides individual support and advice.
To apply directly for one of the international master's degree programs, please click on the logo: