Transition to the new subject-specific regulation (FSO)
Master program IBA
On March 12, 2014 the official informative meeting regarding the new master program IBA took place. During the course of the event the master's program were presented. The differences between the new and the old regulation were depicted and the possibility of transition into the new subject-specific regulation (FSO) was illustrated. The examination board also provides all information relevant for the transition into the new FSO on the following websites (see below).
In accordance with Art 12 of the respective subject-specific regulation (FSO), students who had already been enrolled in the courses of study International Business Administration (Master) prior to the subject-specific regulations coming into effect, may request until March 31, 2015, in writing and irrevocably at the examination office, that the general study and examination regulations for bachelor and consecutive master's degrees (ASPO) at European University Viadrina, Frankfurt (Oder) in conjunction with the subject-specific regulation for the courses of study International Business Administration (Master) shall apply to them as defined in the current version of the latter.
Please use the application forms provided for the request of transition into the new regulations.
Application form (DEADLINE EXPIRED)
- International Business Administration (Master)
The temporary regulations only settle the transition within your course of study. They do not however regulate the transition from the "old" SPO of a course of study 'X' to the "new" FSO of a course of study 'Y'. For this a separate request form is required for a change of course of study within a faculty ("Studiengangwechsel innerhalb einer Fakultät").
Every student is required to read the new subject-specific regulation (FSO) in connection with the new general study and examination regulations (ASPO) thoroughly, previous to a possible transition into the latter. If any questions arise, the student should make use of the guidance offered at faculty.