Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)
Uniqueness, individuality, mobility, future markets and trends: The German automotive industry is characterized by large automobile manufacturers with a high international profile and a strong export orientation. It offers a modern, innovative and varied field of work - also in the supplier industry, which consists mainly of small and medium-sized companies. Mobility plays an increasingly important role in today's society. Often it is also the enthusiasm for an emotional and technically complex product that makes the automotive sector one of the strongest in the world in terms of sales.
Study now Automotive & Mobility Management at the Fachhochschule des Mittelstands (FHM) in Cologne.
B.A. Engineering awarded by foreign university in cooperation
B.A. Automotive Management awarded by FHM University
|Tuition fee:||675 EUR/months - 24.300 EUR total (36 Months)|
|Academic requirements:||school leaving certificate (12th standard) and final grade is not less than 50% of the maximum grade English Language B2|
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Automotive managers are specialists and executives who understand processes and structures within the major automotive groups and the companies in the supplier industry. They have a feel for trends and are actively involved in shaping the mobility of tomorrow. Automotive managers are team players, enjoy working and communicating with people and are highly customer-oriented. They set goals and develop sales, utilization and marketing strategies. This also includes extensive expertise in attractive niche markets, such as motorsports or the fast-growing classic car sector, which are an important factor in a successful brand image.
The B.A. Automotive & Mobility Management bachelor's degree program not only appeals to (technical) high school graduates with a passion for automobiles, but also to visionaries who want to help shape the mobile future: In the coming years, the automotive industry will need not only engineers, but car-savvy generalists who are open to the business processes of the entire automotive and supplier industry. The search for new and environmentally compatible solutions in the field of drive technology is just as much a major challenge for the industry as the question of the vehicle trade of the future. As a graduate of the FHM B.A. Automotive & Mobility Management program, you will have interface skills and will work, for example, on the development of new vehicles, on mobility concepts, in the marketing and sales of automobile manufacturers or in companies in the supplying industry. Innovation management is another exciting area of work. "Digital Car World" and "Connected Cars" open up future-oriented fields of work for graduates.
New technologies, changing mobility concepts, e-mobility: The automotive industry is changing significantly. The opportunities to shape are enormous. The degree program teaches the skills that will be important in this dynamic working environment in the future.