General Information

M.Sc. International Management becomes M.Sc. Management Science

For the winter term 2024/25 the M.Sc. in International Management has been renamed as M.Sc. in Management Science. This change was made to better reflect the academic focus of the program.

The program aims at (international) students who want to study a post-graduate program in Business Administration / Management in English, which combines an academic focus with application-oriented topics.

Students who started the M.Sc. in International management in the winter 2023/24 or before are not affected by this change.

Goethe University's Master of Science in Management Science is catering to ambitious Bachelor graduates striving for an international career. We have designed a program that will ensure a unique learning experience and ideal job market opportunities. Our faculty is committed to establish the Master in Management Science as a premier management program in Europe that shall attain top positions in international rankings.

Take the opportunity to study a demanding degree program taught by committed and research-driven professors and high-profile practitioners. Our lecturers apply state-of-the-art teaching methods and encourage you to examine challenging real-world problems.

Together with students from all around the globe, this master's program offers a unique experience and is the perfect stepping stone for an international career. Around 80 percent of our students have an international background, creating a special study and learning atmosphere.

Detailed answers to common questions about application and selection can be found in the FAQ.

Program at a Glance

* Students are allowed to take courses in German up to 24 ECTS (commonly 4 modules).
Regular duration 4 semesters
Maximum duration 8 semesters
Start Winter semester
Degree title Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Language(s) English / German*
Application period April 1 - May 15
Applicants in 20 1044
Number of students 42, limited admission
Bachelor's grade (cohort 2022) 1.4 (arithmetic mean), 1.9 (lowest grade for admission)
Number of obligatory courses none
Tuition fees none (semester fee, approx. 334€ / semester)