Master of Laws
Language of instruction
Modes of study
no tuition fees (the university only charges semester fees each semester)
The Business and Law master’s degree programme provides specialised further education in business and law. The emphasis is on conveying in-depth specialist knowledge in the fields of law, business and soft skills.
A further component of this degree programme is a specialisation in "International Business Law" or "Personnel".
- Business administration
- Specialisation in "International Business Law" and "Personnel"
- Research project master’s dissertation and master's thesis
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Drafting Contracts in Company Law
Corporate Tax Law
International Tax Law
International Finance Management
Negotiations and Conflict Management
Research Project Master's Thesis
Specialisation (1 of 2, 26 hours per specialisation)
International Business Law
English Private Law
Chinese Business Law
Law of International Business Transactions
Drafting International Commercial Contracts
International Commercial Mediation
Personnel Management I
Personnel Management II
Employment Law I
Employment Law I
Social Security Law
Payroll Tax Law
English for Human Resources
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The degree programme qualifies graduates for middle and higher management positions at the gateway between law and business in:
- Companies from the medium-sized business sector (e.g. in personnel departments)
- Companies operating on an international level
- Management consultancy firms and insolvency administrations
- Tax consultancy and auditing companies
- Municipality, district, state and federal authorities, as well as associations and organisations
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General admission requirements
In principle, all graduates who already have a first higher education degree that qualifies for entry to a profession (diploma, bachelor’s) and which has a focus on business law, law or economics, whereby in the last case sufficient knowledge of law for the above-named master’s course must be evident with a diploma in law, are eligible to enrol in the Business and Law master's degree programme.
Specific admission requirements
- To be admitted to this degree programme, overseas applicants must possess sufficient German language skills. This may be demonstrated with an overall grade of DSH-2 or better from the Deutsche Sprachprüfung für Hochschulen (DSH) language exam.
- To demonstrate proficiency in English, applicants for the master's degree programme have to:
a) have appropriate language proficiency equivalent to at least B2 level of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The annex lists the certificates which are accepted, provided they are not more than two years old. For examinations or certificates older than two years, the languages officer at TH Wildau will make a decision on case-by-case basis as to whether the applicant’s language skills are sufficient.
b) have successfully passed all technical English modules stipulated in the bachelor's or diploma study programme qualifying for this master's degree programme at a university belonging to a member state of the European Union, with a minimum of 6 SWS and provided the certificates do not show a level lower than that stated in a), or
c) pass a written and oral test, which tests level B2, with the competent language tutor at the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau.
d) For admission to the “International Business Law” specialism, there must be evidence of English knowledge at Level C1 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (CEFR). The annex lists the certificates which are accepted, provided they are not more than two years old. For examinations or certificates older than two years, the languages officer at TH Wildau will make a decision on case-by-case basis as to whether the applicant’s language skills are sufficient.
You can apply to TH Wildau online. All the information you need to apply can be found on our central application page.