How to Apply
Deadlines for Application Submission - M.Sc. in Business Administration
A. Applications containing all the necessary documents from EU/EEC states must have reached the Registrar's Office ("Studierendensekretariat") by July 15 (deadline) for the winter semester and January 15 (deadline) for the summer semester. (for EU/EWR nationals with non-German academic qualifications. EWR countries are: Iceland, Liechtenstein, and Norway).
B. Application deadline for applications from non-EU/EEC/EWR states:Please consult the following webpages:
Your application must contain the following documents:
- Please register with the online portal http://www.rwth-aachen.de/cms/root/Studium/Vor-dem-Studium/Bewerbung-um-einen-Studienplatz/~dedx/Master-Bewerbung/ . You must then sign the documents that you print out and return them to the Registrar's Office (or the International Office, as applicable) by the enrollment deadline. Failure to do so means your application cannot be considered.
- Completed application form (see download above!). It is essential that this form is fully filled out and submitted! For the modules listed in the operations research/decision theory section, module descriptions are also required.
- Certification of your first-degree qualification. If this is not available at time of application, an up to date transcript of records showing your grades may be submitted, as long as at least 80% of the program of study has already been completed. Certification must have been submitted by the time the enrollment process has been completed. The documents that you submit must clearly demonstrate that you have the necessary academic requirements (At least 60 ECTS points in economics/business subjects, consisting of at least 15 ECTS points from modules in general economics, at least 30 ECTS points from modules in general business administration, at least 8 ECTS points from modules in decision theory or operations research, as well as at least an additional 14 ECTS points from modules in mathematics and/or statistics). If official certification is not available, a detailed transcript of grades showing the average grade must be submitted. If the transcript fails to show the average grade, the applicant is kindly requested to procure this information from the relevant university. Examination results which will not be available before the submission deadline for modules which form part of the academic requirements for the program of study cannot be taken into consideration.
5. Evidence of English language proficiency (documentary evidence must have been submitted by the time the enrollment process has been completed).
6. Evidence of German language proficiency, where applicable, (potentially required for applications via the International Office).
7. An email address so that we can contact you if necessary.
Should any other documents be submitted (for instance, internship certificates, certification of job training), we reserve the right to destroy these copies due to limited capacity.
Academic Advising Services team member Sebastian Becker will be pleased to help you with any questions regarding your application for the Master in Business Adminstration program of study. Mr. Becker can be contacted online at firstname.lastname@example.org and up to the application deadline he will be offering the following consultation hours (no appointment necessary):
Monday: 10.00 to 12.00 hours
Tuesday: 10.00 to 12.00 hours
Thursday: 14.00 to 16.00 hours