The part-time bachelor study programme "Versicherungsmanagement" (taught in German) was developed in close cooperation with the Hamburg Insurance Industry and is carried out in cooperation with the Vocational Training Center of the Hamburg Insurance Industry (BWV) e.V. The study programme is aimed at employees from the insurance industry who have already completed a training as a merchant for insurance and finance or an insurance specialist and now want to further develop their specialist knowledge and methodological skills through a study course. The programme is designed to prepare the graduates for demanding specialist and management tasks in the insurance industry. The degree programme is seamlessly based on the insurance specialist training, so that insurance and finance professionals can enter directly into the 5th semester. The degree "Fachwirt" is fully credited.
The study programme is carried out part-time. The lectures take place on Friday afternoons and on Saturdays. In addition, a block week is carried out every semester.The language of the study programme is German, and an elective module Insurance English is offered.
The programme was developed in cooperation with the BWV Hamburg. The result is a permeable training concept for the insurance industry, which offers the best perspectives and a high level of flexibility: from training to specialist to a bachelor's degree.The study course teaches business management, economics as well as industry-specific knowledge and thus provides the basis for a successful career in the insurance industry. In addition, methodological skills, soft skills and intercultural content are taught.More than 50 percent of the study content is insurance-specific. The programme includes lectures such as Insurance Management, Insurance Marketing, Risk Management in Insurance Companies, Industrial and Commercial Insurance, Actuarial Science and Insurance Law.In addition, an elective area is offered in which you can choose between the lectures management of the Brokerage Business, Insurance English or deepen your skills in Personal Insurance. Furthermore, a Simulation Game is conducted on the management of an insurance company. In addition, an Excursion abroad to selected insurers and brokers is planned.The programme pursues the goal of communicating the relevant topics in the area of risk and insurance management, highlighting the challenges in individual subject areas and their management, as well as demonstrating theoretical concepts and their implementation in practice.
Insurance and finance professionals with a degree as insurance specialists are credited the first four semesters so that they can start directly into the fifth semester.
After the fourth semester, the bachelor thesis is written.
The admission requirements for the Bachelor's study course "Versicherungsmanagement" are:
The admission is decided by an Admissions Commission. Participants who do not meet the above criteria will be invited to a selection interview, at the conclusion of which the Admissions Committee decides whether the candidate will be admitted. The crediting of other pre-qualifications is basically possible, but will be examined in individual cases by the Admissions Committee.
The application process starts with a written application to HSBA. It should consist of the following documents:
As soon as the written application has reached us and all admission criteria are met, the Admission Procedure wil start as specified above.
We look forward to your application. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Sebastian Bink.
The course fees are 425 Euro per month.
The Berufsbildungswerk der Versicherungswirtschaft (BWV) announces up to two 50% scholarships for the academic year 2020.
Value of the scholarship: € 5,738
The BWV and the HSBA will decide on the award of the scholarship by end of February 2020. Criteria for awarding scholarships:
Please add an application for the scholarship to your complete application documents: Why are you the right candidate for the scholarship? Please send us your application by 31 January 2020 at the latest.