Germany has many universities that offer courses and programs in English. Some schools have just a handful of English language specialty programs while others work solely in English. Regardless, studying in English while in Germany allows for native and non-native speakers to earn a degree without the added struggles of learning in a second (or third) language.
Free University of Berlin
The Free University of Berlin (Freie Universitaet Berlin) offers 15 Master's Programs taught entirely in English including Health and Society: International Gender Studies Berlin (Master of Science in Public Health), Sociology--European Societies (Master of Arts) and Chemistry (Master of Science). These programs do not require any prior knowledge of the German language, but do recommend or require that students take language courses to obtain fluency by the end of their studies. These programs typically last two years and students must complete a thesis to acquire their degree.
Info-Service of Academic Advisory Service Bruemmerstr. 50 14195 Berlin Germany 011-49-30-838-700-00 fu-berlin.de
Schiller International University Heidelberg
Schiller International University Heidelberg offers only English language associate (two years), bachelor (four years) and master programs (one year). The school's international appeal draws students from over 100 countries and allows for further studying abroad at the school's four other sister campuses in Paris, London, Madrid and Largo, Florida. Degree programs offered include International Business (A.S., B.S., M.B.A.), International Economics (B.A.), Management of Information Technology (M.B.A.) and International Management (M.I.M.). The school accepts students with little-to-no working knowledge of English. German language courses are optional.
Schiller International University Heidelberg Campus Bergstrasse 106 69121 Heidelberg Germany 011-49-62-214-581-0 siu-heidelberg.de
European Business College Munich
The European Business College Munich puts students in an international environment with the choice of a variety English instructed bachelor (B.B.A., B.A., B.S.; three years), master (M.B.A.; one and a half years), doctorate programs (D.B.A.; minimum two years) as well as programs for working professionals. Sample programs include a Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Public Relations and a Masters of Business Administration in Leisure & Tourism Management. Students must have prior English language experience and non-native speakers must pass an English language test prior to acceptance.
European Business College Munich Branch of European University Gmunder Strasse 53 81379 Munich Germany 011-49-89-550-295-95 euruni.edu
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