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5 courses 7 900 € - 13 500 € (aasta)
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5 courses 7 900 € - 13 500 € (aasta)
Hochschule Bremen - University of Applied Sciences
Hochschule Bremen - University of Applied Sciences is characterised by tradition and innovation. Although its roots extend back to 1799, the range of faculties is modern and uniquely oriented toward the future.
Hochschule Bremen - University of Applied Science is a large University as its 8000 students can choose from many international degree courses. To deliver high quality and master level education the University has established seperate international graduate center (IGC).
International Graduate Center Bremen
International Graduate Center (IGC) was founded by the University of Applied Sciences Bremen as a Graduate School for Management and Leadership. This is a seperate branch focused on giving qualitative German education for international students in English. For applicants with a first University degree the International Graduate Center offers several MBA and Master degrees in the area of international and European business and management.
The IGC guarantees a postgraduate high-quality education by team oriented lectures and seminars in small groups with a maximum of 25 students. The IGC has currently some 200 students from more than 40 countries. The international network is strengthened by visiting lecturers from many of international partner universities who offer courses, lectures and contribute to the competences of the students.
Many of the lecturers come from the management of top companies in Europe and will provide you with an insight into different companies and fields of business. The IGC is part of the International Business School Alliance (IBSA) with five Partner-Universities (located in USA, UK, Spain, Russia, Malaysia) who are successfully offering an unique Dual MBA program.
Reasons to study at International Graduate Center
- High academic standards through European accreditation
- University Degrees on a high international Level (Master and MBA)
- Practice-oriented studies with lecturers from well-known German and European companies and organizations
- MBA and Master Degrees in just one year study-time
- A tuition free optional semester for an internship
- Possibility to have a double degree if following dual MBA program
- Nice study atmosphere in the heart of the traditional and intercultural city of Bremen
- Organised pick up service from the airport or train station when arriving
Education in Germany
Germany is a modern, cosmopolitan country with about 82 million inhabitants, 19 percent of whom have an immigrant background.
Germany has one of the world's best and most extensive school and university systems. Some young people are best served by a traditional classroom-based education that prepares them for study at a wide choice of institutions of higher learning. Others profit more from vocational training and education consisting of on-the-job training combined with classroom instruction. At the end of this kind of education, graduates enter the workforce with useful skills or profession to continue their career.
City of Bremen
The International Graduate Center is situated in the heart of Bremen. A five-minute walk brings you to the picturesque city center with its impressive Market Square and the Cathedral of St Petri which is over 900 years old. The Free Hanseatic City of Bremen has more than 1,200 years of tradition as a port and trading city and is a bustling, cosmopolitan and multicultural city - with a population of over 540,000.
Traditionally Bremen is known by a story of Town Musicians of Bremen by brothers Grimm and the monument in the city center built showing the famous four animal musicians. However, Bremen is also one of Germany’s major foreign trade and industrial centers. In the last few years, Bremen has been making a name for itself as a venue for congresses and exhibitions and also earned the distinction of being the “City of Science 2005”.
Bremen has a lot of entertainment to offer - museums, art exhibitions, theatres, festivals, concerts, opera and ballet. A wide variety of cafés, bars, pubs, restaurants, clubs and discos make Bremen as an active and attractive part of students' lives.
Living costs at Bremen
To live normal student life in Bremen it is enough to have 600-700 € budget per month. The calculated living costs are divided in:
Room rent: 300 €
Food: 150-250 €
Free time activities and study related expenses: 100-150 €
There is a possibility to apply for DAAD scholarships if you wish to study in Germany. DAAD or German Academic Exchange Service, a federally funded organization that gives study-abroad grants to some 50,000 German and foreign students, (post)graduates, and researchers each year, making it one of the largest grantors of academic mobility worldwide.
To qualify for the highly competitive scholarships, applicants must primarily demonstrate above-average academic ability in their field of study and particular public service or social commitment; an applicant’s personal or socio-economic circumstances play only a secondary role.
The international student assistance (ISA) takes care of finding accommodation, gives support with visa applications, clarifies insurance queries and helps the students in their dealings with the authorities both at home and abroad. This service is available to students free of charge. Furthermore the ISA allocates tutors to the students and regularly organizes excursions and events during their period of study in Bremen.
The course is normally planned for five days a week in a very intensive learning module. Thus, working during a full-time Master is rarely possible, but if you manage to get a student job you might earn up to 400 € a month. German language is usually required to find a job.