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General

Personal details


Contact details


Fields of interest


Foreign language skills

please indicate your skills accourding to the CEFT levels (A1-C2)

Education & Professional Experience

Please list the two institutes of higher education that you have obtained a relevant degree from, starting with the latest.



Latest degree



Penultimate degree



Professional Experience after your Bachlor graduation

The two most relevant ones, starting with the latest


Latest employer



Penultimate employer

Residence Permit & Further Plans

Applicants who already hold a residence permit for Germany can choose between the 90 or 120 ECTS version of the Technology Management Program. Applicants who do not hold a residence permit for Germany yet, can apply for a visa / residence permit for the purpose of studying (once they have been admitted to the program). In order to qualify for a student residence permit, they will have to study in the Double Degree program or in the 120 ECTS version of the Technology Management program.



Further plans during the Technology Management at the NIT

Please let us know whether you have any plans parallel to our studies at the NIT

Leave empty if the Technology Management program will be your main focus.

Financial Aspects

Of the study program in Technology Management MBA/M.A.

The program costs for the program Technology Management amount to 23,500 EUR (or 32,250 EUR in the 120 ECTS program). They are payable in instalments. Living expenses, accommodation, health insurance etc. are not included in the program costs (students from outside of the European Union should also enquire with their local German embassy or consulate which proof of financial subsistence they need in order to obtain a student visa / residence permit in Germany). Please read the information on fees and financing options provided on our website (https://www.nithh.de/study/program-fees-scholarships/) carefully. In close cooperation with the local industry, the NIT offers a very limited number of industrial scholarships for highly motivated and outstanding individuals studying in the Double Degree Program. An industrial scholarship covers the NIT tuition fees for the management program and the intensive German language course in Hamburg. Administration fees are not included, so students have to pay 600 EUR per semester (TUHH semester enrolment fee + NIT administrative fee) individually. Applicants from Germany who cannot be considered for an industrial scholarship can apply for student loans, e.g. with the KfW or the Bundesverwaltungsamt:
www.kfw.de/s/deiDsjf
www.bva.bund.de/DE/Services/Buerger/Schule-Ausbildung-Studium/Bildungskredit/bildungskredit_node.html

Outstanding international students that have received admission into the TUHH/NIT Double Degree Program but could not be considered for an industrial scholarship can apply for the NIT student loan program which is offered by the NIT in close cooperation with the Sparkasse Harburg Buxtehude. The NIT student loan can be used to cover the program costs.

Further details (e.g. regarding interest rates and payback modalities) are provided upon request. For further (individual) scholarships opportunities you may also contact your local office of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) or other German funding institutions and governmental sources. A good place to start your research for scholarship options is the DAAD scholarship database:
www.daad.de/en/study-and-research-in-germany/scholarships/



Only a few members of each NIT class can obtain an industrial scholarship

How did you get to know us

Please do us a favor and let us know how you found out about us, thank you.

Which additional documents are required

CV

A one- to two-page summary of your academic and professional career is required. A standardized format is not needed but you should make sure that your CV includes your qualifications, special achievements as well as your foreign language and programming skills.

Bachelor's degree Certificate

Bachelor's degree certificate or equivalent, including your aggregate mark or grade point average. If your final degree certificate is not yet available, you need to submit an official provisional degree certificate or an official letter of your registrar, dean or academic supervisor, listing the remaining subjects and, if possible, the prospective grades as well as the prospective final grade average.

Transcript of Records

Complete university transcript of records (semester mark sheets), listing your subjects and grades (for applicants from China, Mongolia and Vietnam plus APS upon enrollment).

Official explanation of the university grading system

Official explanation of your university grading system issued by your registrar, dean, or academic supervisor, indicating at least the maximum passing grade and the minimum passing grade for graduation. If the complete grading system is explained on your transcript of record a separate explanation is not required.

Proof of English Language Proficiency

Please note that all applicants whose native language is not English must submit a valid proof of proficiency in English, even though English might be an official language in their home country and even though their previous education might have been conducted in English language. Valid means that any certificate may not be older than two years. Candidates must prove their proficiency in English by one of the following tests:

  • a TOEFL score report. The minimum TOEFL score for a successful application is 90 points for the internet-based exam and 577 for the paper-based exam. The TUHH institution code is 8165, a department code is not required. TUHH only accepts the internet-based and paper-based tests! TOEFL ITP will not be accepted!
  • an IELTS-Academic score report. The minimum overall IELTS score for admission to TUHH is 6.5.
  • a Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English
  • a Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English
  • a "telc English C1"-result
  • a DAAD Language Certificate (C1-result)

If necessary, other certificates can be recognized. Please contact us!

Statement of purpose

The statement of purpose (max. two pages) should include your reasons to pursue the Technology Management program at the NIT and your future career plans.

If applicable: Proof of work experience

If you have already obtained 24 months of relevant professional experience after obtaining your Bachelor's degree (and before starting the Technology Management program) you will graduate from the Technology Management program with an MBA (Master of Business Administration). Professional experience is considered relevant if it has been obtained in the field of your undergraduate studies or the field of Technology Management and if it is confirmed by your employer(s). If this is not the case, you will graduate with a Master of Arts in Technology Management.

Please provide a letter from your employer(s) confirming the entry date, exit date, the weekly working hours (i.e. whether it was full-time employment) and your responsibilities

If you do not have the required documents at hand, they can also be provided later.