International Programs

On this page you will find our International Courses. For some, a double-degree is possible: the possibility to obtain a second degree at a foreign partner university in addition to your degree at HOST.

Take off on the international job market with your business knowledge and a second foreign language!

Overview

Overview

Admission: open admission

Number of semesters: 8 semesters

ECTS: 240 ECTS

Lecture language: English

Course examples: Intercultural Management, Innovation Management, Supply Chain Management, Psychology

Main focus: Management & Innovation, Finance & Foreign Trade, Marketing, Taxation & Law

Perspectives: worldwide, e.g. in consulting, marketing, finance or human resources

Double Degrees

Our partner universities:

Each double degree agreement has its own regulations. For more information, please contact the program advisor.

Stefanie Wenzel

Tel: +49 3831 45 6791

Room: 304, House 21

Stefanie.Wenzel@hochschule-stralsund.de

Work internationally with a lot of practical relevance through tourism, leisure and foreign language areas!

    Overview

    Overview

    Admission: limited admission, NC

    Number of semesters: 8 semesters

    ECTS: 240 ECTS

    Lecture language: English (approx. 80%) / German (approx. 20%)

    Course examples: Marketing, Events & Projects, Branding, Sustainability & CSR

    Main focus: Leisure and Tourism Management, Business and Sustainability, Marketing, Digitalization, Media and Creativity as well as Accounting and Foreign Languages.

    Perspectives: international e.g. in the leisure and tourism, media and marketing industries

    • Excursions at home and abroad
    • Mandatory semester abroad
    Double Degrees

    Our partner universities:

    Each double degree agreement has its own regulations. For more information, please contact the program advisor.

    Anne Christiansen

    Tel: +49 3831 45 7000

    Room: 129, House 1

    Anne.Christiansen@hochschule-stralsund.de

    In Collegeblock schreibende Studentin im Porträt vor einem Schaltschrank in einem Labor

    Rethinking for tomorrow's energy supply and use in research and practice!
     

    Overview

    Overview

    Admission: open admission

    Number of semesters: 3 or 4 semesters (depending on first degree)

    ECTS: 90 ECTS (3 semesters) or 120 ECTS (4 semesters)

    Lecture language: English

    Course examples: Energy & Environmental Management, Methods of Power Engineering, Quality in Automotive Industry

    Main focus: Renewable energies and e-mobility

    Perspectives: international e.g. renewable energy generation and utilization, energy storage, electromobility, automotive industry, basic research, development, application of new technologies as well as construction, commissioning and service

    Double Degrees

    Our partner university:

    Each double degree agreement has its own regulations. For more information, please contact the program advisor.

    Birgit Steffenhagen

    Tel: +49 3831 45 6623

    Room: 111, House 4

    Birgit.Steffenhagen@hochschule-stralsund.de

    Studiernde an modernden PC-Arbeitsplätzen

    Opening up perspectives in many industries with systems analysis and systems integration in logistics and production.

    Overview

    Overview

    Admission: open admission

    Number of semesters: 3 or 4 semesters (depending on first degree)

    ECTS: 90 (3 semesters) or 120 (4 semesters)

    Lecture language: English

    Course examples: Simulation in Mechanics & Processes, International Economics & Trade, Vehicle Management Systems (incl. Simulation)

    Main focus: Application of appropriate software packages that allow the analysis, development and simulation of such systems.

    Perspectives:

    • Automotive industry (Automotive Control Systems, safety systems,...)
    • Naval technology (Marine Control Systems: Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Thyssen Krupp, Raytheon Anschütz, Siemens, ...)
    • Aircraft construction (Flight control systems, safety systems, ...)
    • Defence and armament industry (Weapon guidance and control design, à Rheinmetall Defence Electronics, Thyssen Krupp, Thales, ...)
    • Medical and rescue systems (Dräger)

    Strategy and development in the field of tourism business & in tourism management.
     

    Overview

    Overview

    Admission: open admission

    number of semesters: 2, 3 or 4 semesters (depending on first degree)

    ECTS: 60 - 120 ECTS

    Lecture language: English

    Course examples: Sustainability in Tourism, Managing Tourism Markets, Digitalization and Tourism, Global Business Development.

    Main focus: Tourism economics and tourism management

    Perspectives: Leadership activities in the national and international job market: e.g. Cooperate Consulting, Marketing Management, Product Management, Sales Management.

    Documents

    Documents

    Curriculum (2 semesters)

    Curriculum (3 semesters)

    Curriculum (4 semesters)

    Module description

    Rethinking for tomorrow's energy supply and use in research and practice!
     

    Overview

    Overview

    Admission: open admission

    Number of semesters: 1 semester (5 months)

    ECTS: 30 ETCS

    Lecture language: English

    Sample Courses: Energy and Enviromental Management, Bioenergy, Solar Systems, Wind Power Plants, Electrical Power Quality.

    Main focus: The use of renewable energy sources such as solar radiation in photovoltaic and solar thermal systems, biomass, wind power and hydrogen power.

    Perspectives: The course is suitable for final year students or those interested in postgraduate studies from engineering and engineering sciences or from home and abroad.

    Study Program Advising

    Our general study program advising will provide you with more valuable information about the study options and the application process.

     


    Short-term programs

    Spring School of IRES

    The Spring School of the Institute for Renewable Energy Systems (IRES) has been held annually since 1992 as a two-week seminar at the university.

    The topics of the Spring School are broad and range from the basics of renewable energies to the current state of research. Topics include energy storage systems, alternative fuels, energy efficiency in buildings, the basics of simulating energy systems, as well as the state of research in hydrogen technology and the technical conversion and electrification of ships to make them more environmentally friendly.

    Spring School 2021

    Joint Summer School SustainMV

    This sustainability summer school is jointly organized by all universities in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (MV), Northeast Germany, and is open to international bachelor, master and PhD students as well as postdocs and scientists. It takes place annually in August.

    Sustainability in all disciplines, to highlight the opportunities for transformation through science and education for a sustainable future, is the overarching theme of this unique event.

    Session topics include: Smart Bioenergy and Waste Management, Sustainable Mobility, Sustainable Tourism, Sustainability in the Baltic Sea Region, Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), Battery Use in Agriculture, an online lab tour of the world of hydrogen, and more.