Master's studies - the booster for your career

Study worldwide and qualify as a young professional in your dream industry. With a Master's programme at SRH Dresden School of Management you can either deepen your knowledge or embark on an entirely new career path. The choice is yours. In any case, professional success is sure to follow.

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Open House | 19 February 2022, 10am - 3pm CET

Open House on 19 February 2022 in Berlin, Hamburg and Dresden. Get to know professors and staff & take part in workshops and lectures! 

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Digital Transformation Management

Are you interested in guiding companies into a digital future? Our 2-year Master's programme Digital Transformation Management will teach you methods for developing and managing businesses along with techniques and instruments of innovation, organisation, process and change management. Our programme includes a semester abroad at one of our 100 partner universities or an internship abroad that will provide you with additional international orientation and practical professional skills.

International Business and Leadership

You'd like to lead international and intercultural teams? The Master's programme International Business and Leadership will teach you managerial skills as well as providing modules on strategic marketing, change management, human resources, and business development from a global perspective. Complete the Master's degree in a standard study period (2 years) or as Fast Track (1.5 years).

Hospitality Management and Leadership

Thinking about taking a Master's degree in business? Are you a communicative and service-oriented person? The Hospitality Management and Leadership programme combines a globally aligned Master's degree in management with special training in hospitality-related services - the perfect mix for an international career.

Study at SRH Dresden
Study at SRH Dresden

Good tips from our alumna Harleen

1. Get to know the locals and improve your German language skills

2. Be open with other students and people – so you also can meet new people

3. Attend your courses regularly and prepare for your lectures

4. Establish a learning group with other students to get in contact

5. Participate in project offers and events on campus

6. Use online forums to exchange with other international students

7. Inform yourself on the Internet, for example or