The accredited dual study programme, with a focus on business management, begins on 1 October or 1 April and takes three years to complete. The theory and practical phases of the course alternate and are closely interconnected.
There are 18 full-time academic staff and more than 130 visiting lecturers teaching at the Bundesbank’s University of Applied Sciences. They are coordinated by the teams of the Teaching and Studies section.
The Deutsche Bundesbank University of Applied Sciences provides various opportunities for international exchange.
Information on the various committees and governing bodies and their tasks can be found on the following pages. In addition, the most important legal provisions and regulations in relation to the study programme are available here.
At the Bundesbank's University of Applied Sciences, students will find an unusual campus with excellent study conditions. Their studies and life centre around a baroque castle located in the middle of the historical little town of Hachenburg.
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Business informatics; Economic sciences and Economics; Research, teaching and learning methodologies
Banking supervision; Business administration; Bank management
Business administration; Bank management; Banking supervision; Anti Money Laundary
Business administration and Bank management; Financial mathematics; Accounting standards and Statistics; Central banking
Business administration; Management (Organization, HR, Change Management)
Mathematics; Stochastics; Derivative financial instruments; Quantitative methods in banking supervision and risk controlling
Economics, Financial stability
Business administration; Internal accounting (Cost and performance accounting); External accounting (annual financial statements according to IFRS); Foreign trade and German foreign trade ordinance
Deputy RectorBank management; Securities management; Medium-Sized Enterprise Finance and Investments
German and European bank and economic law
External accounting (annual financial statements according to IFRS and annual statements of banks); Internal accounting
Civil law; Commercial law; Corporate law; Administrative law
Information technology (IT) and IT management; Process management; Payments and payments systems
Financial mathematics; Statistics; Derivatives; Quantitative methods in banking supervision and risk management; Business administration
Banking supervision (Basle II/III, Solvency Ordi-nance, German Banking Act); Bank management; Quantitative methods; Business administration
Payments and payments systems; Securities settlement; Economics
Payments and payments systems; Centralbank management; Information technology (IT) and IT management; Project management
Monetary law; Foreign trade and German foreign trade ordinance; Cash transactions and manage-ment; German Money Laundering Act
Economics; Applied Econometrics