Agricultural Management

(Master)

Degree: Master of Science (M.Sc.)
Length of Study: 3 semesters
Enrolment: each summer and winter term (no admission restrictions)
Application deadlines for all semesters of study: December until 15.03. of each year (summer term), May until 15.09. of each year (winter term)

 

Curriculum

1st semester:

  • International markets and Agricultural Policies
  • Strategic Management
  • Personal Management
  • Elective module acc. to module catalogue
  • Seminar I

2nd semester:

  • Investments and Financing
  • Controlling
  • Quality and Project Management
  • Elective module acc. to module catalogue
  • Seminar II

3rd semester:

  • Thesis
  • Colloquium/Examination

Requirements

  • a first professional degree in Agriculture with a grade of at least 2.5

or

  • a closely related, professional degree with a grade of at least 2.5. Closely related degree courses are those in which at least 140 credit points have been acquired in the following fileds: the scientific fundamentals of agriculture, agricultural production technology, business and economics, scientific work and presentation as well as in political, legal and tax issues

If the previous course comprised less than 210, but at least 180 credit points, the missing skills must be subsequently proven. As a rule, a total of 300 credit points is to be attained.

Applicants are informed in writing by the examination board at the beginning of the course of the requirements regarding the skills to be proven and the latest possible time for submission of proof.

 

Note:

The prerequisite for participation in the selection process is that a maximum of 30 of the credit points required for the bachelor’s degree are still outstanding. This must be proven by certification by the university attended when applying. In addition, along with the application for admission, a certificate from the Examinations Office must be submitted showing the previously graded examinations, the provisional average grade derived from this (it must at least correspond to the required minimum grade) as well as the number of credit points attained so far in relation to the total number of credit points to be attained for the respective course of study.

In order to calculate the waiting time, applicants who have already completed a bachelor's degree must provide evidence of the day on which the last examination was performed, if necessary, by means of a certificate from the university.


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Application Deadlines

Applications for the first semester of study:

  • December until 15.01. of each year (summer term)
  • May until 15.07. of each year (winter term)

 

Applications for higher semester of study:

Admission is based on the capacities that become available. The admissions office can provide more information.

  • December until 15.01. of each year (summer term)
  • May until 15.07. of each year (winter term)

 

Information on application deadlines and procedures for applicants with a foreign university entrance qualification can be found at https://www.fh-kiel.de/en/degree-courses/information-for-prospective-students/international-applications/ .

 

This is a statutory deadline. This means that applications for admission and application documents that are submitted to the Kiel University of Applied Sciences -Admissions Office  (via Uni-Assist for applicants with a foreign university entrance qualification) after the above-mentioned deadlines will no longer be considered. If the end of an exclusion period falls on a Saturday, Sunday or public holiday, the period nevertheless ends at the end of the corresponding day and is not extended to the end of the next working day. (Article 43, Section 7 of the University Admission Ordinance –(HZVO). The date of receipt at the Kiel University of Applied Sciences is valid! Subsequent submissions beyond this deadline are also not possible. Incomplete documents or documents received late are excluded from the selection process. Applications received by fax or e-mail are invalid and also do not take part in the award procedure.

Application

Documents to be submitted (in single copy):

  1. signed application of the online form
  2. certificates of the above-mentioned university degree (including detailed overview of grades attained)
  3. certificate of university entrance qualification
  4. certificate in the event of a name change (e.g. marriage certificate)
  5. certificate of exmatriculation (de-registration) if you have studied/are studying the same course of study for which you are requesting admission to a first semester of study
  6. complete evidence of previous study periods by means of study certificates
  7. evidence of previous courses (when applying for a higher semester)
  8. if applicable, evidence of sufficient German language skills for applicants without a German university entrance qualification and without a German university degree (enrolment requirement in the case of admission)
To the online application

Admissions Procedure

After deducting the so-called advance quotas (foreigner quota, hardship quota), 20% of the study places are allocated after a waiting period. The other 80% are distributed according to a university selection quota. This provides for an allocation based on the average grade of the university entrance qualification, which is an admission requirement in accordance with the examination regulations.

The waiting period counts from the time the university entrance qualification is attained.

Notification of admission for the main procedure is sent approx. 2-3 weeks after the application deadline. Then, rejections are handled. After a rejection you have the opportunity to participate in a possible lottery procedure. A lottery procedure takes place if there are still some remaining places for the course after the main selection procedure, the replacement procedure and enrolment.

You are informed of the enrolment deadline with the notification of admission. If enrolment is not made on time, the right to the study place expires irrevocably. You can find more information on enrolment here.

Fees

There is a compulsory fee charged each semester for the Student Services Authority, the student body and the semester travel ticket.

 

Also, there is an administration charge for enrolment. This charge is non-refundable.

Additional information on the above-mentioned fees and charges

 

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Contact

Postal Address

Fachhochschule Kiel
Faculty of Agriculture
- Admissions Office -
Grüner Kamp 11
24783 Osterrönfeld

Tel.: 04331 845-0

E-Mail: agrarwirtschaft.verwaltung(at)fh-kiel.de

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 09:00-12:00 hrs
or by appointment