Economics and Law (B.Sc.)

Special features

Although work placements and internships in Germany and abroad are not a formal requirement of the Bachelor’s programme, they are beneficial to academic study and when deciding on a subsequent career. Additionally, increased internationalization in business markets places higher demands on the mobility, flexibility and foreign language proficiency, of graduates. Saarland University therefore supports students wanting to study abroad. For more information, please contact the International Office (Building A2 2, Room 3.21 Tel.: 0681 302-4487). International work placement opportunities can be arranged via the AlESEC student organization (Association Internationale des Etudiants en Sciences Economiques et Commerciales, Building A5 4, Basement level, 06 81/3 02-29 32).


The departmental student organization (Fachschaft) at the Department of Economics provides guidance and assistance to new students before the main winter teaching period begins. For more information, please visit www.fachschaft-wiwi.de or call 0681 302-2985.


At the beginning of each winter semester, the Examinations Office at the Department of Economics runs an information session for new students that covers general information about the degree programme and, in particular, the programme timetable and examination formalities.


The mathematics teaching staff at the department also run a two-week refresher and preparatory course in mathematics that begins three weeks before the start of each winter semester. For more information, please visit www.mathe.wiwi.uni-sb.de or call 0681 302-3116.