Successful completion of a relevant Bachelor's degree programme, e.g. Business and Law, Applied Business Administration, a Bachelor's degree programme at a University of Applied Sciences, or another degree programme of equivalent academic value at a post-secondary educational institution.
Students, who have completed a Bachelor's degree programme in the fields of Business Studies or Law, or a comparable degree at a domestic or foreign university, University of Applied Sciences, or other recognised post-secondary educational institution, shall be admitted to the Master's degree programme, provided that they can demonstrate sufficient knowledge of the following core areas to the extent defined below:
- Fundamental Principles of Law and Business Law, 8 ECTS credits
- Fundamental Principles of Business Taxation or of Fiscal Law with a focus on national law, 4 ECTS credits
- Fundamental Principles of external financial reporting systems, 8 ECTS credits
- Fundamental Principles of Financing, 4 ECTS credits
If the specified preconditions are not met, and only individual additions are still missing, the Rectorate can tie the admission to the requirement to sit certain examinations, which serve to establish equivalence.