Institute for Banking and Finance
The Institute of Banking and Finance conduces to the procurement of connections between companies and chairs of the Finance Area at the University of Mannheim as well as their students.
On its homepage, you can inform yourself about current events and announcements of the Institute's partner companies. Moreover, you will find the possibility to directly get in touch with our partner companies.
University of Mannheim
Institute of Banking and Finance
Telephone +49 621 181-1532
Fax +49 621 181-1534
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For general information for exchange students, please turn to the website of the Business School's International Office: https://www.bwl.uni-mannheim.de/en/international-relations/study-in-mannheim-incomings/
For more information on the course offering, please visit the respective webpage of the Business School here.
If you have further questions regarding
- the content of any of the courses offered by the chair
- examination modalities
- possible examination alternatives (e.g. term papers)
please get in touch with the respective chair that is offering the course.
The recognition of a course completed while studying abroad is generally based on a Learning Agreement concluded between the person responsible at the respective chair and the student. The Learning Agreement should be completed before the student takes up his or her studies at the host institution and needs to be recognized by the respective professor.
The ILIAS group “Bachelor Betriebswirtschaftslehre” provides general information on the recognition of courses completed while studying abroad in the Bachelor program. For specific questions regarding modules offered by the Area Finance, Banking & Insurance, please contact the responsible person at the respective chair. You can also find detailed information about the specific process by looking at the webpage of the respective chair.
Master's Program (MMM)
The recognition of a course completed while studying abroad is generally possible. A Learning Agreement can be issued for an equivalent MMM module if the level is the same as that of the Mannheim course and if the competencies/
learning outcomes match to an extent of at least 70%. For courses completed abroad that are not equivalent to MMM modules, a recognition as an “International Course” is possible.
For specific questions regarding modules offered by the Area Finance, Banking & Insurance, please contact the responsible person at the respective chair. You can also find detailed information about the specific process by looking at the webpage of the respective chair.
In order to facilitate the recognition process, please provide us with detailed documentation of the desired course (e.g. course outline, syllabus) together with an overview of the complete course program in the area of Finance. Such information simplifies the classification of the desired in terms of content and level.