|Study location||Germany, Heidelberg|
|Nominal duration||18 months (90 ECTS)|
|Awards||M.Eng. (Master of Engineering in International Business and Engineering)|
|Tuition fee||€9,240 per year|
|Registration fee||€1,000 one-time
Registration Fee is non-refundable
Undergraduate degree (Bachelor's degree or higher)
A degree in industrial engineering, engineering or management with a final grade of 2.5 or better.
A degree in industrial engineering qualifies you to start the Master’s programme straight away.
Business Essentials I
Business Essentials II
Technical Essentials I
Technical Essentials II
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English / German.
In many cases your previous school or university is able to provide you with a suitable version of your transcripts. If your previous school or university is unable to do so, please be aware that you will have to have your documents officially translated along with verified copies of the original.
Dear Applicant, Please be sure to bring your original entry qualification and other supporting documents with you when arriving on the SRH campus.
Please be sure to bring your original entry qualification and other supporting documents with you when arriving on the SRH campus.
Does the balance of engineering, management and sustainability fascinate you? We train you to perform this essential interface role: for innovative solutions in a global workplace.
- Energy and Sustainability
- Top Management
- International Framework
- Modern Technologies and Development
- International Collaboration
- Middle Management
- Engineering Design Project
- Master’s Thesis
You will be well prepared for your future managerial tasks in an innovative and dynamic working environment: after completing this Master’s degree, you will confidently shoulder management tasks in the area of technical and business development. Good language skills and practical experience in Germany and abroad round off your profile.
Ultimately, you will be able to drive projects forward in terms of technology, economy and sustainability: developing, designing and assessing them accordingly.