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Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)

Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)
Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)
Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)

About Berlin School of Business and Innovation (BSBI)

In 2018, the Berlin School of Business and Innovation was established as a business school. Students have the chance to travel internationally through BSBI since the university has partners in Athens and Paris which give you a chance to start there and complete your education in Berlin. Moreover, as a component of the Faculty of Creative Industries, BSBI takes great pride in being able to offer programs in Hamburg. 

Admission and Application Requirements

Undergraduate Programs and Admission Requirements

Numerous undergraduate courses offered by BSBI are created to give students the necessary information and skills to succeed in the contemporary business environment. BA in Economics and Business Administration, BSc International Business and Management, BA Tourism and Hospitality Management, BA Animation, BA Graphic Design, BSc in Psychology, and BSc in Computer Science and Digitisation are the most outstanding programs in BSBI, Germany. In order to be eligible to study at BSBI as an undergraduate student, you need to verify certain documents.  These documents include a valid passport, a school leaving certificate that allows you to pursue higher education in Germany and English test scores. The accepted Language tests are IELTS, TOEFL and PTE. A minimum score of 6.0 from IELTS, a minimum of 50+ from PTE, or, a minimum of 80 from TOEFL IBT is required.

Postgraduate Programs and Admission Requirements

You can acquire specialized business knowledge in some of today's most well-liked fields, like marketing and business management, through the master's degree programs at BSBI. The most preferred postgraduate courses at BSBI are Global MBA, MSc Digital Marketing, MSc Finance and Investment, MA Tourism, Hospitality, and Event Management. In order to study postgraduate courses, an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution and a high GPA record in your bachelor’s degree is the most important qualification. Moreover, management courses may require at least 3 years of work experience. In order to prove your language sufficiency, a minimum score of 6.0 from IELTS, a minimum of 56 from PTE, or, a minimum of 80 from TOEFL IBT is required.

Prices & Fees

Bachelors & Masters Degree Programs Tuition Fees 

Average tuition fees in BSBI are given in the table below. 


Tuition Fees


EUR 9000 - EUR 13250


EUR 9500

Media Films 

EUR 11000

Information Technology (IT) 

EUR 12000


EUR 9000 - EUR 11800

Accommodation and Cost of Living

BSBI is happy to help students locate housing in Berlin and can offer a range of housing choices, based on preference and price range. You can select from single, double, or twin apartments if you decide to live in a shared apartment. An excellent way to interact with other foreign students is through a flat share. Shared housing costs as little as €380 per individual per month. Starting at €450 per individual per month, a single room in a shared apartment is available. We can assist you in finding single lodging if you'd prefer it. Berlin's zones 1 through 4 are all dotted with numerous studio flats. Double rooms may cost approximately €145 per week while weekly rates for single rooms begin from €95. More accommodation options are also available at BSBI. 

When it comes to the cost of living, there will be other expenses in Germany other than your education fee. To begin with, In Germany, it would be challenging to make ends meet on less than €1,000 per month. In the cities with higher rents, this figure increases to between €1,500 and €2,000 per month. However, as a student in Germany, you can live comfortably at €850 per month. Even in large cities, travel is reasonably priced, and European averages for food and drink costs apply.

Using tramways, subways, and bus services in large towns is extremely effective. The U-Bahn (underground train) is the name for subways in Germany, while the S-Bahn (overground train) is the name for trains that run above ground in towns. Germany does not currently have free public transportation. However, the government is considering this as a means to help fight air pollution. Typically, a single bus, train, or subway ride costs between €1 and €2. Costs for monthly travel passes typically range from €80 to €90.

Social Life

The BSBI is committed to giving students a comprehensive educational experience. The university holds lots of events and activities like Talent Show, Summer Parties, Carnival Themed Party, Indoor Games as well as Movie Nights. 

When it comes to social life in Germany, even though the precision of Germans is perhaps their most well-known trait, the nation is so much more than that. Germany, a diverse country with 16 different federal states (Länder), is home to a wide variety of people, cultures, and lifestyles. In general, Germans are friendly and welcoming of foreigners, particularly those who attempt to speak German. They also honor the visitor by giving him presents and saying kind words of appreciation. In addition, they have a special love for work, traveling, and the German language.

Germany has a moderately comfortable way of living.  Nonetheless, everyone should abide by the rules and traditions because breaking them is unwelcoming. When crossing the street, for instance, you must stay within the pedestrian line and only cross when the signal is green, even if the road is empty. Knowing that 32% of German territory is covered by forests is helpful when planning social gatherings with friends outside of the city. As a result, Germans admire the woodland because they enjoy spending their free time there. In Germany, there are plenty of chances for friendship and social interaction. Locals congregate in pubs, dining establishments, music halls, museums, theaters, and other locations. When it comes to shopping, Sunday is the day that is marked for shopping. The majority of them close at eight o'clock, with only a few open during weekdays. Moreover, even though German cuisine is not diverse as it is in many parts of Europe, the country is famous for some of its desserts like Apple pie, Peach cream pie, Raspberry pie, and Pretzel cake. 

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