Study Abroad in Germany

Updated: Mar 17

Interested in spending a semester abroad? Learn more about Cologne Business School in Cologne, Germany!


An outstanding opportunity awaits business students at Cologne Business School (CBS) in Cologne, Germany. CBS has decades of educational experience and offers innovative curriculum crafted to help you succeed in today’s demanding business world. CBS features a rewarding and enjoyable learning environment where students regularly launch new initiatives to help improve the campus atmosphere, as well as their own personal and business skills. In addition, with the lively metropolis of Cologne (population over one million) at your fingertips, you will have many opportunities to take in more than 2,000 years of history and immerse yourself in Germany’s fourth largest city.

Academics

  • CBS has a 3.00 minimum GPA requirement.

  • Semester and year-long programs available. Fall Semester: Late August to mid-December. Spring Semester: late January to early June.


Course and Subject Offerings

  • Business Administration (Accounting, Economics, Finance, International Business, Law, Marketing, Management, QSO, Tourism)

  • German Language (While not required by CBS, we highly encourage students to take a German Language course while attending Cologne Business School. Although you could probably “get by” with English, it will enhance your experience while abroad if you are able to speak to more locals in German.)

  • Although CBS is a business school, other majors are welcome to apply.

  • For a Course List, click here. Then, scroll to the bottom of the page and click on Registration Form for the Cologne campus.

Housing


Students are housed in various off-campus furnished apartments ranging from shared dormitory-style rooms to private one-bedroom apartments. All housing is located within walking distance of the CBS campus and is accessible by public transportation. Learn more here.

General Information

  • For additional details, see the Campus Cologne CBS fact sheet at the bottom of this visiting students' page.

  • Click here for information about Internships.

  • Click here for information about Extracurricular Clubs and Activities.

  • Click here to read about an annual event called International Food Fair and Speakdating.

  • CBS also operates a satellite campus (with about 300 students) in the small German city of Mainz. Course selection is more limited than on the campus in Cologne, and students must find their own housing (with help from CBS).

  • For information about the Study Buddy Program (which provides a local contact to help visiting students adjust to living in Germany), click here.

Scholarships


Scholarships are available. Click here for a database of scholarships and contact studyabroad@snhu.edu.




The links and information above are subject to change. Please notify us at studyabroad@snhu.edu if you find a broken link or have questions.

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