Located in the heart of Berlin, SRH Hochschule Berlin offers 26 Bachelor, Master and MBA programmes in both English and German. Our 1,000 students from over 80 nations benefit from our practice-oriented teaching approach, small groups and individual student support. The international focus of the university is reflected by our international student body (33% of our students come from abroad) and teaching staff as well as the global orientation of our study programmes. In addition to our Berlin Campus, we have an external Campus in Dresden that offers programmes in tourism and hotel management
SRH Hochschule Berlin is a private university that is part of SRH, a leading non-profit provider of educational and health services. Within the group there are 10 universities with a total of 12,000 students.
SRH Hochschule Berlin offers various management programmes – general ones and programmes with different foci. Specialisations in our Bachelor management programmes include Finance, E-Business, Hotel Management, Renewable Energy, Communication Management and Information Systems. Our Master programmes have a focus on International Management, Entrepreneurship and Engineering. The foci of our MBA programmes are General Management, Leadership, Renewable Energy, Healthcare and Hospitality Management.
Our university is state-approved and accredited by the German Council of Science and Humanities (Wissenschaftsrat). All our programmes are accredited by FIBAA, a renowned European accreditation agency. Exceeding FIBAA’s quality requirements, our Master’s programme International Management has even received the prestigious FIBAA Premium Seal, honouring the outstanding quality of the programme.
In order to ensure the high quality commitment, tuition fees amount to € 7,000€ to € 14,000 per year, depending on the programme and degree of choice.
It is important to note that international students who are enrolled at a German private university have a much higher degree completion rate (above 90%) compared to students at public institutions (below 60%). Completing a degree at a German university, however, facilitates the entry into the German job market a lot.
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