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Service Institutions

We hope that you find your way around Cologne Business School and feel completely at ease here. Our numerous service facilities are happy to provide you help and advice answering all your questions concerning job applications, exams, studying, the semester abroad, industrial placements and starting your career, media and IT at all times.

Competence, availability and friendliness – the CBS course guidance services’ special strengths!

The CBS course guidance services colleagues are happy to help you regarding any questions pertaining to our degree courses – contents, procedures, financing and much more. They are happy to answer all your questions connected with our range of courses, for example on the following topics:

  • Degree courses
  • Core subjects
  • Degree qualifications
  • Funding support options

To make an appointment, please contact our study advisers:

T: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-31
F: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-720

Your contact pertaining to the application process!

The Admissions office is one of your first contact points at Cologne Business School. Here, we are happy to provide you with answers to all your questions regarding the application processes for our Bachelor of Arts and Master’s Degree courses.

The Admissions office deals with consultation for foreign and domestic applicants, checking application documents, communication of admission requirements and deadlines, the organisation of Bachelor of Arts assessment days and Master of Arts assessment processes.

Your central contact person at the Admissions office is Terézia Eich, who is happy to help you with all questions concerned with applying to the CBS:

Tel.: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-790
Fax: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-30

We look forward to your questions, ideas and application documents.

Your central service centre at the CBS!

Our Students Office is the first and central contact point for all questions regarding your studies at CBS. The Students Office is responsible for handing out student IDs, certificates of study, equipment of all kinds and much more. You can consult the Students Office in case your address or contact information has changed or if you simply want to reserve a seminar room for group work. Additionally the CBS Students Office handles different official forms and requests, manages student files and updates the internal database. Additionally, they handle the matriculation process and finalize Letters of Recommendation.

Your Students Office contact persons Ms. Katarina Jelisarova, Ms. Aleksandra Stojceska and Ms. Maria Szupories are looking forward to your questions and requests.

Tel.: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-10
Fax: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-20

Internationality is most important at the CBS!

Studying abroad
A semester abroad is more than a great challenge, it presents a unique opportunity to get to know another country, to gain intercultural experience, to gain a new perspective on one’s own studies and last but not least to improve one’s linguistic abilities.

In the Bachelor of Arts degree courses International Business,  Intercultural Management and International Tourism Management, a stay abroad is compulsory in the fifth semester. “General Management” department students can spend a facultative period abroad.

The tasks of the International Office for Outgoing Students include:

  • General advice regarding studying abroad and planing the semester abroad
  • Holding information events regarding the semester abroad
  • Support when searching for and applying to appropriate guest universities
  • Advice on financing options for the stay abroad

International students
Every year, the CBS welcomes new international students from all over the world to its campus. With your different nationalities and cultures, for example from Taiwan, Korea, France and the USA or Mexico, you make life at the CBS an intercultural experience, whilst becoming acquainted with a culture new to you at the same time. The International Office happily provides international students with help and advice. We provide you with information and tips on living and studying in Cologne and at the CBS and organise a “study buddy” for you upon request, who accompanies you to the Aliens Authority for example or simply shows you student life in Cologne.

Partner universities
The International Office is also responsible for the maintenance of contacts to the CBS’ numerous partner universities and the initiation of contacts. Should you discover an international, state-recognised university which you believe offers a degree course which is interesting for the CBS and is not yet a CBS partner university, contact us so that we can make the efforts to conclude a partnership agreement with the university.

Silke Bochow
Head of International Office

T: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-39
F: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-30

The Examination Office provides you with information on all your questions concerning examination and study rules.


  • We coordinate the examination process
  • We manage your marks and results
  • We prepare records of achievement which you may need for the authorities or other organisations

If you have already achieved relevant results, we are happy to help you to have them counted for credit.

Your Examination Office Team is happy to provide help!

T: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-740
F: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-20

During your academic path at CBS, we are here to help you steer your career. From selecting an internship to exploring different career options, from drafting a CV to preparing for an interview, our top-notch Career Services Team is available to you every step of the way.

The mission of CBS’s Career Services Office is to add value to the University, by functioning as an active partner in preparing students to develop and succeed in their careers, creating and developing links with companies, and promoting and maintaining the bonds between the University and the corporate world.

The Career Services main goals are:

  • Provide guidance in the search of internship/ job opportunities for students and graduates, according to their qualifications and aspirations
  • Give training on how to apply for internships or jobs (both in Germany and internationally)
  • Assist in the placement of CBS students and graduates
  • Support companies in the processes of identifying students and graduates whose profiles are most suited to their needs

The Career Services also provides other valuable services:

  • Supporting the students in setting goals, putting together their Cover letter, CV and preparing for interviews
  • Facilitating networking
  • Explaining to students about potential recruiters, sectors or industries
  • Organizing on-campus presentations and other events
  • Providing students with an up-to-date internship and job pool

General Email:

The Resource Planning & Scheduling Department’s area of responsibility includes the smooth running of the individual semesters at organisational level with their respective courses and events. This also incorporates the planning, organisation and preparation of semester plans, room plans and timetables based on available capacities and setting framework conditions.

Lecturer Management is a further important component of the department’s task area. The teaching loads and availability of all professors, honorary lecturers and academic employees integrated in the capacity planning form the basis for the work assignment planning of all teaching staff. All organisation and administration processes take place in continuous exchange between teachers, the Office of the Dean and the Resource Planning & Scheduling Department. This includes obtaining offers, preparing fee contracts as well as checking and processing the invoicing process.

Moreover, the department assumes a helping function if support and information is needed by the teachers and any students with respect to organisational questions regarding space and time related to the semester programme. Moreover, Lecturer Management includes components of the function of acquiring teachers.

Dino Zybura
Coordinator Resource Planning & Scheduling
T: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-36
F: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-20

Our service facility IT Support operates the CBS communication network with Internet connections and the central data processing systems: they incorporate, for example:

  • Servers for the Internet services
  • Computer pools
  • Peripherals such as laser printers, scanners etc.

Furthermore, IT Support supports you with

  • Individual user advice (a hotline and expert advice)
  • Installation and support of the workplace PCs
  • Provision of validated standard software on various computer platforms
  • Media services (scanning service etc.)

T: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-750
F: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-99751

Your knowledge and research pool at the CBS!

Cologne Business School library houses a large stock of specialist literature for the degree courses and in-depth studies. Moreover, you can access some forty German and international newspapers and periodicals (for example Wirtschaftswoche, Emprendedores or The Economist).
The Internet catalogue shared by the CBS, the Europäische Fachhochschule (EUFH) [European University of Applied Sciences] and the Europäische Wirtschafts- und Sprachenakademie (EWS) [European Academy for Economics and Languages] and can be used for researching by author, title, headword or subject, classification, publisher or ISBN numbers. Use the CBS library homepage where you can also rummage in the EBSCO “Business Source Premier” database under the respective admission conditions. “Business Source Premier” is an international, renowned economics database which contains many relevant English-language magazine articles. In addition to the access to our database offer, the library page also offers several further helpful tips and information sources for your search.”

To borrow media from the CBS library, you require a valid student card. If the media you wish to borrow are already lent out, you can naturally reserve them. When they are returned, you then automatically receive immediate E-mail notification.

Our library team – managed by Britta Bredendiek – is always happy to help you!

T: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-18
F: +49 (0) 221 93 18 09-40

Further information and research options can be found on the library’s homepage. The opening hourscan be found here.


Study Advisor

Sonja Felix

+49 (0) 221 93 18 09-31

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