Why did you opt for the master’s degree course in Financial Management and Controlling?
Michael, 1st semester
“I opted for Financial Management and Controlling because the three days of lectures allow me to do a student traineeship so I can gain additional practical experience on the side. On this master’s degree course I can extend the knowledge I gained from my bachelor’s in international business administration with a focus on finance, as well as acquiring skills in the area of strategic management. Another bonus is the Summer School in China, which is a great way to expand your cultural horizon.”
Cedo, 1st semester
“I definitely feel I opted for the right course at the right university, mainly due to the very well-founded yet practically oriented modules, the open style of the lectures with lots of debate and not least the opportunity to take the master’s degree in Financial Management and Controlling in cooperation with a company as a dual studies programme.”
David, 1st semester
“As an industrial engineer focusing on business management, I’m a bit of an exotic creature among my fellow students, who are generally business administration specialists with varying focus areas. But this is not a problem since there are modules that ensure students have the same level of knowledge in the different areas. For students with more background knowledge, the lecture provides a welcome revision – and it's easier for them to get a good grade.
The university is very modern and the course structure with two free weekdays is a huge advantage because it enables us to pursue a dual studies programme – or the opportunity to catch up on missed material in the first semester, as is the case with myself.
I’ve signed up for the Summer School in Beijing and Shanghai and I’m sure it’ll be a real highlight! I certainly don't regret opting to study at THI.”
Julian, 2nd semester
“I’m taking the master’s degree course in Financial Management and Controlling at THI because I’m impressed by the overall concept: a high-quality, challenging curriculum in the areas of finance, accounting, controlling and taxation, practically oriented lectures in small groups and experienced lecturers with a business grounding as well as excellent technical and organisational facilities at the university. And the Summer School gives you the opportunity to get to know China on a four-week seminar. Although the course content is demanding and extensive, I strongly believe that the effort is worth it for this master’s degree, because it allows me to close any gaps in my knowledge and further extend my professional skills.”
Christina, 2nd semester
"The master's in Financial Management and Controlling is application-oriented and cross-disciplinary in its approach, and this is very much in demand in the labour market. The small groups mean you can quickly establish contact with other students, and it’s also easier to tackle complex material this way.