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Master in Consumer Affairs
How to Apply
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Change of admission criteria for the Winter Semester 2018/19 intake (details below) pending final approval.
All applicants will need to write and submit an essay as part of their application. The subject of the essay for the application period for the Winter Semester 2018/19, as well as formatting guidelines will be provided soon.
HOW TO APPLY
To apply, please complete the application form online.
Important: All applicants for a Master’s degree who did not obtain their qualification for postgraduate studies (usually a Bachelor’s degree) in a country within the EU/EEA have to apply via Uni-Assist in addition to TUMonline (please refer here for details). Please note that the Uni-Assist application needs to be completed before the end of the application period (May 31), however, the document that Uni-Assist will provide you with, can be handed in at a later date.
Please make sure you select your preferred programme of study, Consumer Affairs, when filling in the online form.
Once you have completed the online application form, you will receive a list of additional documents that you will have to send to the Enrolment Office, along with a print-out of your completed application form.
To qualify for the Master in Consumer Affairs, applicants must hold a Bachelor´s degree, requiring at least 6 semesters of study worth at least 140 ECTS, in Management, Business Administration, Economics, Sociology, or an equivalent subject and applicants need to have obtained at least 12 ECTS in empirical research methods in their prior degree.
Applicants must be able to prove that they are proficient in English when they apply (proof of English proficiency submitted after the application deadline will not be taken into consideration). Detailed information is available here.
We follow a two-stage assessment procedure so as to be able to select the best possible candidates for the Master in Consumer Affairs.
In the first stage of the assessment procedure candidates are vetted based on their previous academic background. Candidates whose eligibility is still not determined after Stage 1 will move on to stage 2, where the essay will be evaluated.
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