General information about application and admission requirements
The application period for the summer semester is from December 1 until January 15.
The application period for the winter semester is from June 1 until July 15.
Applicants should familiarize themselves with the steps in the admission process described below and expect to receive a written exam invitation. Alternatively, you can submit a GMAT (at least 650 points).
We do not work with Uni-assist. To apply, please use our application portal. The application portal opens on the first day of the particular application period and closes for these degree programmes after the application deadline.
Requirements for admission to both master’s degree programmes comprise a “Bachelor of Science” degree from the programmes B.Sc. Business Administration/Industrial Engineering (Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen) of TU Darmstadt or an equivalent degree, for example: Business Administration/Management or Business Mathematics.
Note: a Bachelor thesis is one of the most relevant requirements for a direct admission. Furthermore, a solid background in the field of Economics and Business administration is required and will be evaluated thoroughly.
To be admitted to the master’s degree programme, you must prove your study experience in the field of Business Administration and Economics totalling at least 45 credit points (CP), in Mathematics and Statistics totalling 20 CP, in Law at least 9 CP as well as an independently produced seminar work (6 CP) and a Bachelor thesis (12 CP).
All certificates can be checked only during the application period; we do not offer any kind of pre-evaluation!
All compulsory courses are held in English. Therefore, you need to show evidence that your English knowledge meets a C1 level. Please check the displaying the different exam formats, which are accepted, and some further options of English proof. Equivalence table of Language Resource Centre of TU Darmstadt
We recommend German language skills at level A2-B1, as German remains the official language at the TU Darmstadt and in order to be able to take advantage of the full range of courses offered by the department.