University of the Bavarian Economy

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HDBW - University of Bavarian Economics
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founding 2012
Sponsorship Bavarian Business Education Center (bbw)
place Munich
state Bavaria
country Germany
President Evelyn Ehrenberger
Exterior view of the HDBW in Munich - in the historic building complex of the coat of arms hall of the former Munich airport in Riem

The HDBW - Hochschule der Bayerischen Wirtschaft is a private, state-recognized university with a focus on business and technology. The main location is Munich, there is a study center in Bamberg .

Students at HDBW complete a practice-oriented degree that provides training for careers in business. In close cooperation with Bavarian as well as international companies, the HDBW offers bachelor's and master's degrees in the fields of business administration, industrial engineering, business informatics, mechanical engineering and digitization. In addition to the classic full-time study, there are part-time and dual study programs.

Study concept

The focus is on project-related practical work in small groups, the use of blended learning methods, imparting interdisciplinary horizon knowledge and job-related soft skills. It is possible to choose from three study time models in the Bachelor's - full-time, dual or part-time - and from two study time models in the Master - full-time or part-time. The practical training for the technical courses takes place in the laboratories of cooperation partners of the HDBW.

Degree programs and focus areas

Business administration

(Bachelor of Arts) with a focus on:

  • International management
  • Event and tourism management
  • Business analyst
  • Management Information Systems
  • Technical sales and marketing
  • Auditing and Taxes

industrial engineering

(Bachelor of Engineering) with a focus on:

  • Logistics and supply chain management
  • Technical sales & marketing
  • Smart Production and Industry 4.0
  • Energy and environmental management
  • Business analyst

Business informatics / business intelligence

(Bachelor of Science) with a focus on:

  • Data science
  • Business application systems
  • eBusiness & eCommerce
  • Mobile & cloud solutions
  • Digital technologies

mechanical engineering

(Bachelor of Engineering) with a focus on:

  • Mechatronics
  • Digital product development
  • Smart Production
  • Energy and environmental management

Masters courses in the field of digitization

  • Digital Business Modeling and Entrepreneurship - English-language Master of Arts
  • Digital Factory and Operational Excellence - Master of Science
  • Cyber ​​Security - Master of Science
  • Digital Technologies - Master of Engineering

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