As an economic powerhouse in the European Union and the site of numerous multinational operations, Germany is an ideal location for students interested in studying business on a global scale. While studying at the ESB Business School at Reutlingen University, students gain exposure to one of the world’s most prominent economies and identify its role within the European and global context. Students also explore the culture of Germany with excursions to nearby cities such as Heidelberg, Frankfurt, Tübingen, and Munich. In addition, participants have the opportunity to visit multinational corporations such as BMW and Hugo Boss to see business in action. To view more photos from previous years, click here.Apply Now
May 16 – June 23, 2018
ACC 220 | Introduction to Managerial Accounting
*Previously numbered ACC 200. The course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of managerial accounting concepts and a brief overview of corporate income tax concepts. Students will analyze accounting data that are useful in managerial decision making and in the control and evaluation of the decisions made within business organizations. The course will also provide an introduction to basic models, financial statement analysis, cost behavior analysis and cost control procedures.
BUS 320 | Financial Management
Financial decision making by businesses, including capital structure and dividend decisions, capital budgeting and working capital management. Basic financial concepts are covered such as risk and return measurement, portfolio theory and the time value of money.
M 298 | Doing Business in Germany
This experiential course combines in-class learning with out-of-classroom experiences to learn how business is done in Germany from multiple perspectives.
EC 201 or EC 205 or ARE 201
Calendar and Excursions
Based in Reutlingen, Germany, students on the Accounting & Finance program experience the local charm of a small German city. Students explore the German culture by tasting the local cuisine at a nearby beer garden, hiking the Achalm (mountain of Reutlingen), and spending a relaxing afternoon in the city’s many parks. Students can also visit nearby towns such as Tübingen for dinner or a nice Sunday afternoon.
Through a mid-semester excursion to Frankfurt, Heidelberg, and Cologne and a capstone excursion to Munich, students visit the main historical and tourist sights in Germany while also visiting German corporations to learn how business is done in an international context.