Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Featured Masters Courses
University of Portsmouth Featured Masters Courses

Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies


Berlin School of Economics and Law Berlin Professional School

Full time September MA 24 month

About the course

Prepare for a global economy

The intercultural programme Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies provides students with key insights into major aspects of economic development in China and Europe. The skills taught include analyses of specific aspects of trade relations and financial flows, and an understanding of the social and economic interrelations between these two geo-political regions.

  • Benefit from the international experiences in both study places: Germany and China
  • Focus on Finance, Marketing, International Economics, Cultural Skills
  • Including a compulsory semester in Chengdu/China at Southwestern University of Finance and Economics (SWUFE)
  • Double degree available
  • Cooperation network with representatives of key social and economic organisations and international companies

Read more about this course


Entry Requirements

a recognised international undergraduate degree (4-year Bachelor's degree (China) or at least 180 ECTS credit points), professional experience increases the chances to submission, excellent knowledge of English equivalent to a TOEFL certificate of at least ibt 79 points or cbt 213 points, IELTS (http://www.ielts.org) overall band score 6.5 or other equivalent certificates, letter of motivation, CV including study terms or internships abroad


Fees

14,950 EUR in total (tuition fee can be paid in installments over the duration of the study programme)

Course Content


Where is Berlin School of Economics and Law


Videos




Student Profile(s)

Jan Schröder, M.A.

Why did you choose a postgraduate study programme at the Berlin Professional School?
With shipping my undergraduate studies already had an international focus, willing to continue on that course, I have opted for the HWR Berlin with its Professional School, being in the top group for international orientation.

Why did you choose Master Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies?
Initially, I wished to combine my two passions, China and the Shipping Industry in one graduate program. With bottom-up knowledge in the maritime industry, I wanted to focus then on business and economics in my graduate studies. I knew that it would be difficult in the professional life to bring Chinese up to fluency, so I was glad that Master Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies would allow that and the opportunity to receive a second master degree from a Chinese university excited me too.

What are the benefits for you?
The variety of students provides not only interesting discussions in the lectures but helps to get a glimpse into different cultures or industries, which broadens the horizon and let one see problems from a different angle. The modules allow me to build upon previous experiences and go deeper into the areas, which I find interesting and valuable for my career. The program helps me to access new resources and apply new tools, letting me discover my industry in another way. The management skills, expertise, and networks will benefit my research, quality of work and social networks.

How do you integrate the content of Master Chinese-European Economics and Business Studies into your current job?
Through the study of business Chinese, Chinese industry resources, reports and news become available step by step. Learned management and research tools add to my transferable skills and increase my quality of work and research already.


Search Suggestions

Search Suggestions

Based on your current searches we recommend the following search filters.