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1.9.2017 - 31.8.2018 - Schedule - Winter Term 2018/2019

3.9.2018 - 7.9.2018 - Block Seminar 2018/2019

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2010/11 Study Plan


At the beginning of the Master’s programme students receive a total of 144 European credit vouchers (24 in reserve). The CEMS MIM programme conditions stipulate that the first year of study cannot be interrupted. For completion of International Management Programme, students have to obtain a total of 120 EC (European credits)  in the following structure:

  • five compulsory subjects (hP group) of 35 ECs,
  • elective subjects (hV group) of 41 ECs,
  • second foreign language exam (hP group) of 5 ECs,
  • accomplishing the business project (hP group) of 16 ECs,
  • 3 ECs for the state exam of the minor,
  • 5 credits for passing the state exam in microeconomics,
  • 5 credits for passing the state exam of the field of study,
  • 10 credits for developing and defending the diploma thesis.


From the foregoing it is evident, that the student needs 23 ECs from the assigned 144 credit vouchers at the end of study (for the final examinations and the defense of the diploma thesis).

Master´s Programme in International Management
recommended study plan for AY 2010/2011
Semester EC Code Study obligation EC Group Form
1. 30 3PE671 Corporate Finance 7 hP 2/2
3PE672 International Strategy 7 hP 2/2
3IG702 Second foreign language exam 5 hP -
elective courses 11 hV -
2. 30 3IG704 Business Project 16 hP -
3PS666 Cross Cultural Management 7 hP 2/2
elective courses 7 hV -
3. 30 2MO431 International Marketing 7 hP 2/2
3MI622 Intermediate Microeconomics 7 hP 2/2
EKS_I State Exam in Microeconomics 5 hSZ1 -
elective courses 11 hV -
4. 30 elective courses 12 hV -
3IG Minor Field State Exam 3 hSZ1 -
IG101 State Exam in Study Field 5 hSZ2 -
DIP_IG Diploma Thesis 10 hSZ2 -
Total 120 EC

The block seminar, skill seminars and the internship are not included in the curriculum, however they represent the necessary condition for obtaining the degree of the CEMS MIM.

The block seminar takes place before the first semester of study, skill seminars are carried out continuously during the academic year. An internship can be completed before the start of the study, after graduation, or possibly during the study.