Degree: Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.)
Standard period of study: 6 semesters (3 years)
ECTS credits: 180
Language of instruction: German
Language requirements: This program requires proof of proficiency in German on C1 level.
Program start: Fall semester (September)
School: School of Business Informatics and Mathematics
Semester fee: €160.40 (more)
Tuition fees for international students from non-EU countries: €1,500
Tuition fees for a second degree: €650
Bankers juggle numbers every day. Mathematics plays a huge role in our daily lives. Smartphones, weather forecasts, bar codes on chocolate bars, search engines, online advertising, and delivery routes all rely on math.
The bachelor’s program in Mathematics in Business and Economics at the University of Mannheim doesn’t just teach you basic mathematical principles and techniques, it also shows you how to look at different types of question in relation to economics and business.
Interdisciplinarity: Thanks to close collaboration with the Business School and the Department of Economics, you can take advantage of the excellent range of courses available in three different areas. In Mannheim, we always apply mathematical models to concrete economic and business-related questions – from planning ideal production processes to valuing financial derivatives.
First-rate corporate connections: Your professors have connections with staff at national and international research institutions and companies. Leading international organizations are based in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan region and provide our students with exciting internship and job opportunities.
Top support: Studying at the University of Mannheim means learning in small groups. Our young team of math professors answers your study-related questions.
Soft skills courses: During your studies, you can choose to attend a wide range of courses to improve soft skills such as:
With this degree, you can become, for example, a business consultant, product developer, or tax consultant.
Starting work right away isn’t your only option. This degree also qualifies you to pursue a master’s degree, such as the Mannheim Master of Data Science (M.Sc.), the Mannheim Master in Management (M.Sc.) or the Master's Program in Mathematics in Business and Economics (M.Sc.).
We recommend that our students spend a semester or year studying abroad. For advice, please contact Juliane Roth, the Exchange Coordinator at the School.
Doing an internship is optional. You can find a list of available internships in Germany and abroad on our website.
The following degree programs are partly or fully available in English:
Mannheim Master in Management (M.Sc.)
Master’s program in Economics (M.Sc.)
Mannheim Master in Data Science (M.Sc.)
The following degree program is (mainly) taught in German:
Applicants are required to take an aptitude test, such as What shall I study? or the SIT orientation test, which are both only available in German. They must then submit proof that they have completed the test with their application.