Big Data and Digital Ethics


This course examines the role of big data through legal, cultural and economic lenses in German, European and global business  contexts. We live in a digital era which is completely restructuring business, banking and our social lives.

Entry requirements

Bachelor students and graduates,  minimum 18 years old


English proficiency

-TOEFL –77 (minimum of 22 in each  band), computer-based: 240, paper-  based: 587

-IELTS – 6.5 (minimum of 6.0 in all  areas)

-Cambridge Proficiency Exam (CPE):  B2, C1 C2 level 

-Pearson Test of English (PTE)–  minimum of 63


•Complete application form

•Signed terms and conditions

•Passport photo

•Scanned passport copy

•Copy of most recent  degree/diploma certificate   

Visa information

To enter Germany for GISMA’s Summer School for  just two weeks, students  can apply for a tourist visa.


GISMA’s Summer School 2018  programmes consist of two modules.  Each module will be split into:

•Two blocks of lectures with two  studysubjects and 12 contact  hours each

•German classes or Business  English/Scientific Writing classes – 4  hours per week

•1-2 company visits per programme

•2-3 extracurricular activities per  week

•2-3 free evenings per week 

Key facts

Location: Berlin 

Study mode: Full-time  

Duration: Two weeks 

 Intake: Jan & July 2019 

 Fees: €2,200

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