In the fields of Data Science, Business Informatics and Mathematics in Business and Economics, our school offers a wide range of courses taught in English. You can thus complete an exchange program at the University of Mannheim without prior German language skills. Good to know: undergraduate students are allowed to take graduate’s level courses at the School of Business Informatics and Mathematics. Partially, there are no requirements for participation in a Master’s course.
If you're looking for extensive course details, prerequisites, workload etc. please have a look at our module catalogs. Access here: Academics --> Organizing your Studies -- > Select your Study degree --> Module Catalog.
You may not only take courses at our school, but also courses offered by other schools. These are called university-wide electives. If you would like to take courses that are offered outside our school, please select them from courses offered under university-wide electives. However, please keep in mind that you have to select the majority of courses from those courses offered by our school (50%-rule).
Before coming to Mannheim, you can also ask the exchange coordinator at your home institution whether you will get ECTS credits for the language courses offered at the University of Mannheim.
Information for exchange students participating in the European ERASMUS program: I am your contact person in case you need a signature of the “responsible person in the receiving institution” on your Learning Agreement.
Please register for all courses directly in the corresponding module on Portal 2.
The registration period differs for courses with limited and open capacity. For seminars and Team Projects please follow the respective notes on the websites. You may deregister at any time during the semester.
- IE 500 Data Mining
- IE 650 Semantic Web Technologies
- IE 670 Web Data Integration
Please note this list is not exhausted and that we cannot guarantee spots for limited courses.
You can also check details for your study degree on the Information for the Start of Semester. Also keep in mind that courses offered by other departments require a different registration procedure. You can contact my colleagues from other departments here.
A manual for course registrations can be found in Portal2 > User Manuals > For Students.
Usually, written exams take place at the end of the semester, during the examination period. After a couple of weeks the registration period starts. Please note that you have to register for all kind of examinations, such as assignments, oral presentations, mid-terms etc. Don't worry, you will receive all the relevant information you need before the exam registration period starts via email. General information on exam registration can be found here.