Tuition & Deadlines

Program Start

The program starts annually in October, with the first cohort starting in October 2017. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. No application fee is required. We encourage you to speak with an admissions advisor before starting your application.

Application Deadlines

The application deadlines for the intake, beginning in October 2019, are as follows:

DeadlineEarly-Bird-DiscountTuition
March 1, 2019EUR 5.250EUR 29.750
May 2, 2019EUR 3.500EUR 31.500
June 14, 2019Final application deadlineEUR 35.000

Tuition

Upon accepting an offer of admission, applicants pay a non-refundable tuition deposit of EUR 1,000. The tuition (less the non-refundable tuition deposit) is payable in three installments at the beginning of the first three semesters. The tuition fee corresponds to a program duration of a total of 4 semesters. Tuition includes Goethe University semester fees and the RMV-Semesterticket. Admitted students will be enrolled in the program which consists of 90 Credit Points within the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

Participants from House of IT member companies or members of the Program Advisory Board receive permanent discounts. For further information, please contact the GBS Office of Admissions. 

Digitization will change every aspect of business and society. We have to design this transformation process so that the changes bring as many advantages as possible, while retaining values that are important to us. Digitization should strengthen freedom, self-determination and work/lifebalance. This calls for responsible management. The master’s degree program is meant to create the conditions for this.

1:/user_upload/Images/Personen/Rossnagel_Alexander.jpg Prof. Dr. Alexander RoßnagelChair of Public Law with focus on law of technology and environmental protection, and Director of the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Information System Design (ITeG), University of Kassel

Financing your studies

In addition to the possibility of deducting part-time studies as income-related expenses from tax, a student loan can also be taken. For more information see financing your studies.

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