German is the most important language for European business markets. it companies like Mercedes, BMW, Audi, Porsche, Volkswagen, DHL Shipping, Allianz, Deutsche Bank, UBS, T-Mobile, Merck, Bayer, Pfizer, BASF Chemicals, Aldi, Adidas, and many others have an important presence in American markets, and American companies are increasingly launching international European offices based in Language -speaking countries.
This Language and Swiss companies typically have strong salaries, excellent benefits, and opportunities for international travel and growth.
There are many ways to combine interests in German and Business at MSU
- Language, Business & Culture Major with Concentration in German.
- Major in Business with a minor in German.
- Full year or Semester exchange program with Graz, Austria or Konstanz, Germany. Many Business courses offered at each, including courses in English.
Having served as a lingua franca for many centuries, it is now one of the most widely spoken languages in Europe. As such, it’s no surprise that so many of our clients request.
According to the Observatory of Economic Complexity (OEC), Germany boasts the second-largest global export economy, and as the home of the modern automobile.
15 reasons for learning German
German has the largest number of native speakers in the European Union (far more than English, Spanish, or French).