Graduates of the International Business dual work-study program are familiarized with intercultural differences and are optimally prepared to perform management tasks in an international context. The broad-based course of studies prepares students to work in a wide range of business fields. The work-study program, organized in cooperation with Elmshorn, closely combines basic theoretical knowledge about business with real-world practical experience. Over seven semesters, students become familiar with Hamburg Süd and rotate through various departments, such as Marketing & Sales, Finance & Accounting, Controlling and Human Resources. In addition to an above-average university or university of applied sciences entrance certificate, applicants must pass the NORDAKADEMIE assessment test and provide proof of English language proficiency, as the program is taught entirely in English.
Business informatics specialists at Hamburg Süd are responsible for ensuring that the interplay between the different departments and logistics processes runs smoothly. They also ensure the global availability of critical information. The dual work-study program, in collaboration with NORDAKADEMIE Elmshorn, closely links IT and business expertise to practice. Students rotate between different departments at Hamburg Süd, allowing them to directly apply their newly gained knowledge. Candidates need an above-average university or university of applied sciences entrance certificate, and they have to pass the assessment test.
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The Bachelor of Science in Business Administration course at the Hamburg School of Business Administration prepares you to work in the various strategic departments at Hamburg Süd. The theoretical part of the program teaches practical business knowledge, including accounting and bookkeeping, cost-to-performance analysis, marketing, and strategic management. During the practical modules at Hamburg Süd, students apply what they’ve learned as they rotate through different departments. The admission requirement is a university or university of applied sciences entrance certificate with an average of 10 points in German, math, and English.