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Train-and-study programme

Our train-and-study programme offers a master’s degree and vocational training in one go for school-leavers ready to build their career both academically and on the job.

Combine theory and practise to accelerate your career in the fascinating world of reinsurance

This programme is designed to give you the best of two worlds condensed in just four and a half years – a master’s degree and vocational training – for a perfect start in the world of insurance. After two and a half years of vocational training, you take exams to acquire the Chamber of Commerce and Industry qualification. After the qualification, you work while preparing for your bachelor’s and obtain your bachelor’s degree after three years. The programme culminates with a Master of Science degree after just four and a half years.

During the vocational-training phase – the first two and a half years – we offer frequent training courses. For your vocational and scholastic training units, you join small project groups at the German Insurance Association for Vocational Training (Berufsbildungswerk der Deutschen Versicherungswirtschaft e.V.). As a result, you spend, for example three days per week at the company and two days at school. 

After completing your vocational training and bachelor’s degree, you will go on a 6-month assignment abroad to gain valuable international experience.

Once you have returned from your assignment abroad, you alternate between the company and the university to study for your master’s thesis at several-months intervals. This allows you to work on your degree while you grow into taking on more responsibility and challenging projects on the job. 

Programme highlights in a nutshell

years
investment for full vocational training, a bachelor’s and a master’s degree – all while earning your own money
2
degree options
Economics from the University of the Federal Armed Forces (UniBW) in Munich-Neubiberg, Germany, or a degree in business mathematics in Actuarial Sciences from the Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences
6 months
assignment abroad
An assignment abroad offers insight into different business cultures and valuable international experience at one of our 50+ sites worldwide
Gaining insight into the central divisions, the internships with sites in the international organisation, such as in Brazil and Italy, as well as collaboration in projects also gave me the opportunity to acquire a thorough understanding of the company.
Stefanie Kiesl 
Munich Re Germany, Munich
Consultant in Learning & Development and Train-and-Study Programme Alumna

Programme goals in a nutshell

Bachelor’s and master’s
Internationally accepted Bachelor of Science degree followed by a Master of Science
Critical thinking and problem-solving skills
This focus of this programme is to impart skills, know-how and cultivate critical thinking to recognise economic problems and to analyse and solve such problems using scientific methods.
Inter- and cross-disciplinary
The bachelor’s programme imparts skills in business management, economics, law and methodology. Our aim is to help you consider different frameworks in solving economic problems.

 

    

Contents and structure of the economics programme

This programme uses learning in small groups to promote high-impact teaching and enhance the exchange between teachers and students. The programme is divided into trimesters for rapid studies at a high technical and academic level.

1.
Orientation phase
The focus of this phase is on broadening your acquired knowledge. This includes studying public functions – and their economic implications – from a business perspective.
2.
Advanced phase
The focus of this phase is on broadening your acquired knowledge. This includes studying public functions – and their economic implications – from a business perspective.
3.
Application phase
Studying in small groups, you familiarize yourself with the scientific analysis of sectoral and application-specific problems. You integrate expert perspectives and apply what you have learned in a study project. Your 3-month bachelor’s thesis concludes the programme.

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Business mathematicians are actuaries. These scientifically trained, certified experts use mathematical methods – from probability theory and statistics to the mathematics of finance – to analyse issues in the areas of insurance, investment and old-age pensions. They draw up insurance products, estimate risks and calculate premiums. 

The focus of this programme is on enabling students to meet the practical requirements of the job market in the financial sector and insurance industry. It teaches students to

  • analyse scientific problems with business processes,
  • develop solutions using mathematical and statistical models,
  • implement practical solutions using information technology.

Programme goals in a nutshell

Bachelor’s and master’s
Internationally accepted Bachelor of Science degree followed by a Master of Science
Become a qualified actuary
The programme teaches the skills and knowledge required to pass the German Association of Actuaries (DAV) exam.
Three qualification in one
This programme is tailored to impart the theoretical, practical and applied qualification for three highly sought-after careers – mathematician, actuary and statistician.
      

Contents and structure of the business mathematics programme

The key subjects of this programme are business mathematics and actuarial sciences.

1
Mathematical subjects
Analysis, linear algebra, stochastics and statistics, differential equations, etc.
2
Actuarial science and statistics
Mathematics of finance, statistical applications, statistics, personal and property indemnity insurance mathematics, modelling
3
Information technology
Basics, programming, software engineering, databases
4
Professional qualification subjects
Language skills, communication, business games
5
Economics
Management, financial instruments, accounting, value-based and risk-oriented business management

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Are we a match?

You are an excellent student who is interested in international economy and loves learning. You’re a German native speaker or sufficiently proficient in German to follow courses at the university level taught in German. You are a confident self-starter with a strong team spirit. Ready to stretch your abilities both academically and on the job?
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