Sustainable Management - Master of Science (MSc)

Application period

winter semester: 1 April - 15 May
summer semester:   ----

Required language proficiency:
German

Admission restriction:
restricted (40 places - ZZVO 2023/24)
 

This is how you apply:
 

Step 1: Registration in the campus portal of Ulm University
You register online in the campus portal.
After self-registration, you will receive an e-mail with the activation code and a request to confirm your personal account in the campus portal of Ulm University.

Step 2: Application in the campus portal of Ulm University
You submit your application in the campus portal and upload the required documents.

Campusportal

Further information

  • bachelor's degree in Sustainable Management at the level of at least three years of study
    or
    at least equivalent degree from a university, university of applied sciences, university of cooperative education or a foreign higher education institution in the study programme sustainable management or in a subject-specific study programme insofar as in these study programmes the preparatory specialist training required for the master´s programme at Um University is demonstrated in the subjects of economics, business mathematics, social sciences, natural sciences or engineering at the level of at least three years of study.
     
  • a bachelor's degree with an overall final grade of 2.7 or better;

    or if you have not yet completed your degree:
    the study achievements and exam results with a minimum of 140 credit points (ECTS-points) and an average grade of 2.7 or better.
     
  • 25 ECTS credit points in Economics
     
  • sufficeient German language proficiency

For legally binding information please see the MSc Sustainable Management admissions statutes.

When submitting your application via the campus portal of Ulm University, you must upload the following documents:

  • Bachelor's degree diploma and bachelor's degree certificate with final grade as well as overview of subjects and grades / transcript of records with credit points / Diploma Supplement if available
  • If you have not yet completed your higher education degree: overview of subjects and grades/transcript of records issued by the higher education institution with the total credit points earned up to the application deadline and an indication of the provisional average grade.
  • Form for the subject-specific additional information (pdf)
  • For non-German-taught bachelor's degree programme: proof of German language proficiency
  • In the case of a higher education degree from China, Vietnam or India: APS certificate or APS confirmation.
  • In the case of a foreign higher education degree: grading scale of the degree programme with indication of the lowest passing grade and maximum grade for the degree, to be shown on the bachelor's degree diploma/bachelor's degree certificate or on an official document of the higher education institution.
  • If proof and documents to be submitted are not written in German or English, additionally an official translation into German or English is required
  • In case of hardship or place-bound studies in the public interest: explanatory letter and supporting documents
  • For applicants who do not come from an EU country or the European Economic Area and have a German higher education entrance qualification (“Abitur”): proof of higher education entrance qualification

Please note:

  • It is not necessary to certify the supporting documents.
  • When submitting the application, all required supporting documents must be uploaded. Subsequent submission is not possible.
  • Application documents in paper form, as a fax or by e-mail will not be accepted.
  • A document issued in another name must be supplemented by documentary evidence of the change of name.
  • Further supporting documents may be required for your application.

 

Should the number of qualified applications exceed the number of available places, the selection will be made by the level of qualification, which is determined by the overall grade in the bachelor's degree and the average grade of the exam results attained up to the application cut-off date respectively, if you don't have your degree yet. In cases of equal scores, the decision is made by lottery.

 

winter semester 2022/23:
available places: 40
applications: 206
admission grade: 2,1

winter semester 2023/24:
available places: 40
applications: 159
admission grade: 2,4

winter semester 2024/25:
available places: 40
applications: 144
admission grade: 2,7

Claims of hardship

5% of all available places (with a minimum of one place) are reserved for cases of exceptional hardship.

Exceptional hardship applies if special personal social or family reasons make it absolutely necessary for the student to take up studies immediately.

Please note:

  • In your application, you indicate that you request consideration for exceptional hardship. For this, it is necessary that you fulfil the entrance requirements of the selected master’s programme.
  • To prove this, you must upload a letter of explanation and relevant proof. In the case of health reasons, a current specialist medical statement/report must be submitted. This must contain information on the origin, severity, course and treatment options of the illness as well as a prognosis on the further course of the illness. Special health reasons must exist which make it absolutely necessary for the student to take up studies immediately.
  • Reasons for hardship are not previously reviewed.
  • The ranking of the allocation is determined by the degree of exceptional hardship, then by aptitude and motivation for the chosen degree programme and the intended profession in accordance with the respective applicable admission statutes.
  • Hardship applications will only be considered if the applicants did not get a place in a programme following the outcome of the selection procedure.

 

Dependence on study location in the interest of the public

1% of the study places (with a minimum of one place) are allocated on the basis of dependence on study location in the interest of the public (Ortsbindung).

Applicants who belong to a group determined by the University to be considered or promoted in the public interest and are tied to Ulm as a place of study due to justified circumstances are considered to be bound to Ulm as a place of study (Ortsbindung); This includes in particular persons who demonstrably belong to an Olympic squad (OK), perspective squad (PK), junior squad 1 (NK 1) or supplementary squad (EK) of a federal professional association of the German Olympic Sports Confederation (DOSB) (top athletes) as well as persons who perform social duties at the place of study, Ulm, the fulfilment of which is in the special public interest, in particular persons who exercise a mandate in a municipal representative body.

Please note:

  • In your application, you indicate that you request consideration for place-bound studies (“Ortsbindung”). For this, it is necessary that you fulfil the entrance requirements of the selected master’s programme.
  • To prove this, you must upload a letter of explanation and relevant proof.
  • Local binding is not checked in advance.
  • The selection is made by the admissions committee or the selection committee.
  • Applications will only be considered if the applicants have not been awarded a place following the outcome of the selection procedure or on the basis of hardship considerations.

Further information on the master's programme Sustainable Management.

Ulrike Sperber

Opening hours:
Tues. 10.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.
Thu.   09.00 a.m. - 11.30 a.m.

reachable by phone:
Mon, Tues, Thu, Fri: 09.00 a.m. - 13.00 p.m.
Wed: 09.00 a.m. - 12.00 p.m.

Dept. II-1 Admissions Office
Helmholtzstraße 22
89081 Ulm