Business & Information Systems Engineering (M.Sc.)
Successfully Linking People, Tasks and Technology
Whether it has to do with music downloads, online gaming, forums, or "Googling,": computers and the so-called digitalization are increasingly influencing personal, societal, and economic daily life. In all areas, questions arise about the underlying business models and technologies that will significantly shape the world of tomorrow. Answering these questions requires interdisciplinary understanding. Business informatics combines knowledge and skills from business administration, computer science, and other disciplines such as mathematics, statistics, engineering, and law.
This knowledge and the corresponding skills enable the analysis, development, and utilization of information systems within and between organizations. As a result, people can understand and arrange the strategies, structures, functions, and processes of companies and corporate networks.
A warm welcome! The first steps are usually easier than they seem at first glance.
The degree programme is divided into a compulsory and a specialisation area and thus offers a lot of flexibility and the possibility for individual accents.
A compilation of information on particularly frequently asked questions or problems that arise.
M.Sc. Business & Information Systems Engineering
In addition to your studies, you have the opportunity to take part in many different events and (continuing) education courses.
The optimal combination of well-founded basic education and specialisation opens up a wide range of opportunities in research and practice.
There is a whole community behind the Master degree programme, with offers such as the year representatives or the "WINitiative".
Various newsletter, which can be subscribed to, are published regularly and depending on the year of study.
You have many opportunities to participate in a postgraduate PhD programme at the University of Augsburg or at another university in Germany or abroad.
The "WIN Board" is responsible for controlling and advising on all matters relating to the Master's degree course.
Who can I contact for help?
- Phone: +49 821 598 - 3903
- Phone: +49 821 598-4148
- Phone: +49 821 598 - 4407
Acadmeic Advising - Christian Vay
Consultation meetings; Questions regarding deadline extensions, study planning, Master's program, etc.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact me. Before reaching out to me, please check our website and FAQs. There, you can find answers to frequently asked questions. I am also available for consultation meetings upon appointment. Please indicate the topic or questions you would like to discuss in the email.
Study Abroad and Credit Transfer - David Fleckenstein
Consultation meetings and questions regarding credit transfers
Credit transfers from previously studied programs or from studies abroad are generally possible in the Master's degree study program. We ask for your understanding that credit transfers can only be examined after registration or upon receiving an request. For study abroad experiences, we are pleased to issue a Learning Agreement.
Application for the Master Degree Program - Felix Büsching
Contact person for questions regarding the application for the Master's program at the University of Augsburg
If you have any questions regarding the application process for the Master's program in Business Informatics at the University of Augsburg, I am pleased to assist you. All information about admission requirements and required documents can be found on our website. Please understand that a legally binding examination of the documents can only be done within the framework of an aptitude assessment procedure.
Examination Committee - Prof. Dr. Marco C. Meier
The Examination Committee is responsible for all decisions related to examinations, such as deciding on requests for deadline extensions. If it becomes foreseeable that not all necessary exams for the orientation examination or the Bachelor's examination can be completed on time, please contact the committee as early as possible. Please note: Requests must be submitted to the Examination Office in principle!