School of Business Informatics and Mathematics

The fields of business informatics and mathematics hold key technologies for meeting the major challenges of today’s economy and society. With its research, the School of Business Informatics and Mathematics contributes to the continuous development of the methods applied in both fields. We teach mathematics and informatics through innovative, interdisciplinary degree programs, and apply our methodological expertise to a wide variety of projects in cooperation with our partners from industry and research.


Our key areas of research include the modeling and analysis of complex dynamics as well as the management of large and complex data. Information about the specific research projects is found on the webpages of the individual chairs.


The School of Business Informatics and Mathematics offers programs in Mathematics in Business and Economics, Business Informatics, and Data Science. With a wide network of international partner universities, students have the opportunity to spend a semester abroad to gain valuable experience in another country. Thanks to its considerable economic power and its central location, the Rhine-Neckar region provides students with excellent internship and job prospects with regional employers such as SAP and BASF as well as numerous medium-sized businesses.


Find out all you need to know about applications, course contents, program structures, and career prospects. During your studies, you can spend a semester at one of our many partner universities abroad.

Organizing Your Studies

Find out who to contact with questions about studying at our school, and read more on how to organize your studies in your specific program.

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Insights into Student Life

Eliya Ameri from Iran is a student of Business Informatics at the University of Mannheim and works as a tutor. In his myUniMA story, he shares what it's like to study in Mannheim.