ENGLISH REQUIREMENTS FOR MASTER PROGRAMS

English requirements for Master programs

Wiesbaden Business School

The current English requirements for each of the Wiesbaden Business School's Master programs are listed on the programs' respective pages.

If you have questions about the certification of your English level which are not answered by the list of accepted tests, please contact Mr. Greg Rampinelli, Head of the "Business in English" program at the Wiesbaden Business School.


Please note that the Language Center is NOT in any way involved in the selection process for any of the degree programs; we are responsible ONLY for administering the Oxford test according to the various program requirements, and we cannot provide any information or advice regarding the application procedure or acceptance decisions.

Media & Design Management (MDM)

The table below lists the accepted standardized English examinations (level B2) for applications to the MA Media and Design Management program (DCSM). The certification of your level must be turned in with your application. If you have none of the listed standardized exams as documentation, you may register to take the Oxford Online Placement test (OOPT) once at the HSRM Language Center.

 Table of accepted standardized English examinations for MA Media & Design Management

 

Please note that the Language Center is NOT in any way involved in the selection process for any of the degree programs; we are responsible ONLY for administering the Oxford test according to the various program requirements, and we cannot provide any information or advice regarding the application procedure or acceptance decisions.


Berufsintegriertes Studium Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen (BIS-WI)

You must document an English level of at least A2 with your application or, at the latest, by the end of the second semester of the BIS-Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen master's program.

 

Please note that the Language Center is NOT in any way involved in the selection process for any of the degree programs; we are responsible ONLY for administering the Oxford test according to the various program requirements, and we cannot provide any information or advice regarding the application procedure or acceptance decisions.