Our bachelor’s programmes: enjoy excellent study conditions at a top location

Our bachelor’s programmes combine competencies in mathematical and statistical methods with a great degree of academic freedom and an integrated study abroad or internship semester.

The Economics bachelor’s programme (taught in German and English) lets you choose between six programme concentrations which enables you to tailor your studies to fit your individual interests. If you are interested in studying both mathematics and economics, then the bachelor’s programme in Mathematical Finance (taught mainly in German) is for you. Since the study programme is interdisciplinary, you can do both at the same time!

You can complete a minor in economics only if you have a major in the humanities.

Studying at the University of Konstanz was one of the most rewarding experiences I have ever had.
Fernanda Perez-Aristi, MSc Economics programme graduate

International. Interdisciplinary. Innovative. Unique. Our master’s programmes.

Since three of our master's programmes are taught entirely in English, you can study in an international environment here in Konstanz. If you pursue one of the Double Degree options in the Economics master’s programme then you will study one year at our lakeside campus in Konstanz and one year abroad. When you graduate, you will have two reputable master’s degrees.

Our campus university features short distances - especially between different disciplines. This is especially true for our interdisciplinary study programmes: Mathematical Finance (taught in German and English), Political Economy (taught in English) and Social and Economic Data Science (taught in English).

You profit from broad-based training in our master’s programme in Economics and Business Education (taught in German): you choose either a second subject or gain more in-depth knowledge in Economics before starting your career in either a school or a business setting.

Konstanz fosters an excellent environment for independent scientific research and international exchange.
Dr Benjamin Weigert, Quantitative Economics and Finance doctoral programme graduate

Pursue a doctoral degree with great potential

Junior researchers lay the foundation for their academic careers in our doctoral programmes or at the interdisciplinary graduate research school. Our research-oriented master’s programmes use the “fast track” method to optimally prepare you for earning a doctorate in our department. You are also very welcome to join us if you have already earned a master’s degree elsewhere.