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The Asian Region is currently gaining in both economic and cultural significance, and its economic growth is perceived as increasingly important to Europe. The ASBE program offers an ideal opportunity for students on any of the Faculty's Master programs to steer their career in this direction by opting for a study focus on Asian Studies in Business and Economics. When applying to this option it requires spending a winter semester at one of our partner universities in Asia.

VET-track: At Tongji University (Shanghai/China) students on the MSc Economics Education additionally have the opportunity to gain credits in the areas of vocational education and teacher training as part of their study programs.

Tohoku University study places: Tohoku University offers one study place at Masters level each summer and winter semester. However, unlike the other partner universities, Bachelor students can also apply here, including for a DAAD bursary.

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Part­ner Uni­ver­sit­ies (Kopie 1)

China: Beijing In­sti­tute of Tech­no­logy (Kopie 1)

The Beijing Institute of Technology was established in 1940 and counts over 27,000 registered students (as of 2015).

China: Tongji Uni­versität (Kopie 2)

This university, founded in 1907, ranks amongst the top universities in the People's Republic of China. It has around 36,000 students.

Ja­pan: Oita Uni­ver­sity (Kopie 2)

Oita University was founded in 1949. It currently has 5,800 students.

Ja­pan: To­hoku Uni­ver­sity (Kopie 1)

Tohoku University, Sendai, was founded in 1907 and is one of the global top-ranking universities. It has around 18,000 students.

Korea: Ewha Wo­mans Uni­ver­sity (Kopie 2)

EWHA University was founded in 1886 and with 22,000 students is one of Korea's largest and most renowned universities.