What makes studying at Touro College Berlin so special?
Our classes are taught in English – the language of business and academia; our students come from five continents; and they have the opportunity to study at least one semester abroad on our international campuses, e. g. in New York City or Moscow.
Bachelor programs with German and American degrees
Due to our accreditation in Germany and the United States, we are one of the few institutions in Europe to offer degrees that are fully recognized in both countries. Both programs can be studied at the same time. Our degrees include business (with concentrations in management, finance, marketing, and real estate management) and psychology (social and clinical, with a cross-cultural focus).
Exclusive Masters' programs
Master of Business Administration
Our Master of Business Administration program is taught by experienced business instructors, a number of which have graduated from various Ivy league schools. Through its interdisciplinary curriculum and its practitioner-oriented approach, it offers both novice and seasoned managers a comprehensive business education.
Master of Arts in Holocaust Communication and Tolerance
We offer a curriculum unique in Germany which combines Holocaust Studies and Communication, Jewish Studies, and Tolerance communication while integrating Berlin sites, memorials, and archives. The program has a cooperation with the Free University of Berlin.
95% of our students finish their degree within the regular time frame. Most of our graduates work in their field of study or are enrolled in a subsequent postgraduate program. Many of them are hired by multinational companies or choose to open their own businesses.
- Grundordnung des Touro College Berlin (in der Fassung vom 27.3.2015)
- Studien‐, Prüfungs‐ und Zulassungsordnung für den englischsprachigen Bachelorstudiengang „Management“ des Touro College Berlin (SPZO) vom 21.12.2010 (in der Fassung vom 26.06.2013)
- Academic Regulations for Touro College Berlin: German Bachelor Degree Program in Management (English translation, 8 Feb 2012)