Programme Structure & Content

Dual competence German/French: The trilingual European Management programme (German, French, English) trains you in two years to become an expert in Franco-German economic relations. You spend the first year of the course in Germany, the second in France. At the end of the course you receive two Master’s degrees, one from ESB Business School and one from the Ecole de Management of the Université de Strasbourg.

Enrico Prinz

“To guarantee Europe’s prosperity in the long term, excellently educated decision makers with intercultural skills and the ability to provide innovative answers to the challenges of the 21st century are needed. The graduates of this Master’s degree programme are ideally prepared for this: multilingual, with an interdisciplinary background and abundant professional experience, they have sound skills in a corporate management based upon values and sustainability and thus contribute to a truly European economic culture.” 

Prof. Dr. Enrico Prinz, Ecole de Management, Université de Strasbourg, Responsable du Master “European Management Studies / Management Transfrontalier Franco-Allemand"ement

Order of study

1.Semester        Study semester in Reutlingen
2. SemesterInternship
3. SemesterStudy semester in Strasbourg (alternating weekly between company and university)
4. SemesterInternship (Apprentissage) in Straßburg + Thesis

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Course Contents

1st Semester
ESB Business School

General Business Management

  • Internal Accounting
  • External Accounting
  • Corporate Financing

Internationales Management/ International Management

  • International Logistics
  • Corporate Management

Marketing

General Conditions of Economic Activities

  • Economics
  • Economic Law

Quantitative Methods

Languages

2nd Semester
ESB Business School

Internship semester

3rd Semester
Université de Strasbourg

Management comptable et financier

Management international

Management commercial et logistique

Environnement économique et juridique

4th Semester
Université de Strasbourg

Management des ressources humaines et des systèmes d’information

Langues

Apprentissage et mémoire

The team of lecturers from both universities is made up of professors with many years of international practical experience as well as of many managers from the business world.

Participative teaching methods such as case studies, project work, group work and workshops are complemented by seminars, lectures and specialist lectures given by experts.