Choosing a university is a decision that sets the course for life. CBS International Business School, one of the best private universities of applied sciences in Germany, puts this at the heart of its business, reflected in the slogan “Creating tomorrow”. Approximately 1,900 young people from about 75 nations are studying at CBS International Business School, embedded in a large network of partnerships with around 120 universities all over the world and numerous large companies. CBS was founded in 1993 as a pure business school and is characterised by a wide range of English-language study programmes. It was amongst the first universities in Germany to offer the internationally recognized Bachelor’s degree. Today the portfolio comprises English and German-language Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes with a focus on management as well as MBA programmes. The excellent study conditions are based on small learning groups and intensive supervision by the professors and lecturers. CBS prepares students for career opportunities in business. Our fully English-taught programs combine the current state of research with strong practical relevance. These are complemented with application-related knowledge, business games, soft skills courses, and business projects, which usually take place in cooperation with well-known companies. A pro CBS International Business School decision is always a decision for the city of Cologne. As one of Germany’s largest and best-loved university cities, Cologne has plenty to offer and attracts students from Germany and all over the world. The city, the people, the culture and the economy – Cologne is a pure experience. Cologne boasts more than 1 million inhabitants, of which 95,000 alone are students. The pub and party scene in Cologne is as colourful and diverse as the city itself. Study in the heart of Europe and take weekend trips to Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels or Berlin – all of which are only a stone´s throw away!
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Humber and CBS International Business School have entered into an agreement to facilitate the transfer of students from Humber with appropriate prerequisite qualifications and grades for advanced standing into CBS's Master of Arts in International Business - Entrepreneurship.
Students from Humber will be admitted into the second year of the Master of Arts in International Business - Entrepreneurship. Minimum requirements for admission are:
During Semester 1 at CBS, students will complete a full workload of coursework (26 ECTS credits). Semester 2 will be a combination of coursework (6-12 ECTS) and a Master Thesis (24 ECTS). After having successfully completed all coursework as well as the thesis, students will receive a Master of Arts in International Business with a specialization from CBS.
In order to apply, students need to:
Tuition fees for the program are set as a package price per term, which includes cost of the course (full workload of modules per semester), on-campus orientation program, most events of an extra-curricular social program during semester, and official academic transcript. In addition, students are to pay Student Social fees which include costs for a ticket for all public transport in and around the state of North-Rhine Westphalia. The current prices are available at: https://cbs.de/en/advice-admission/tuition-fees/#ma-ib-es
Humber students are eligible for a discount on international student fees. The same rates as those for German and EU students apply to students from Humber.
Admission to the academic programs listed is at the sole discretion of the partner post-secondary institution. Please contact the institution for detailed admission requirements.
For more information, please contact:
Silke Bochow, Head of International Office
Study in Ireland Fair
Wed, March 31, 2021
Study in Ireland Fair this Wednesday, March 31st from 3 pm - 6 pm Ontario time. The fair will be run through Zoom.
Students can register in advance through KOM
This is a great opportunity for students to chat live with KOM and the Irish schools to learn more about degree transfer pathways.