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  • Business Administration, Department

    Mercator School of Management - Fakultät für Betriebswirtschaftslehre

  • Detailed information on examined courses:

  • FURTHER COURSES

    Further degree courses [?] Economics Teaching (B, Master)  
  • FACTS

    Total main subject students [?] 3500  
    Teaching Professors [?] 20  
    Foreign guest lecturers [?] 2  
    Outgoing guest professors [?] 1  
    International orientation [?] 2 / 13 points
    International orientation master programmes [?] 5 Points
    Employability Rating for Bachelor's [?] 13,7  / 45 points
    Employability Rating for Master's [?]
    Publications per academic [?] 1,8
    Internationally visible publications per professor [?] 2,4
    Third party funds per academic [?] 25,1 T€
    Doctorates per professor [?] 0,7
  • STUDENT'S JUDGEMENTS (UNDERGRADUATE, PRESENCE-LEARNING)

    Teacher support [?] 2,6
    E-Learning [?] 2,3
    Teaching evaluation [?] 2,3
    Contact to students [?] 2,4
    Courses offered [?] 2,8
    Study organisation [?] 2,7
    Research orientation [?] 2,9
    Job market preparation [?] 2,7
    Support for stays abroad [?] 2,3
    Rooms [?] 2,7
    Library [?] 2,0
    IT-infrastructure [?] 1,8
    Overall study situation [?] 2,6
  • STUDENT'S JUDGEMENTS CONSECUTIVE MASTER

    Teacher support [?]
    E-Learning [?] 3,0
    Teaching evaluation [?] 2,4
    Courses offered [?] 2,8
    Study organisation [?] 2,3
    Transition to Master's studies [?] 2,2
    Research orientation [?] 3,0
    Job market preparation [?] 3,1
    Support during practical semester [?] 3,3
    Support for stays abroad [?] 2,6
    Rooms [?] 2,3
    Library [?] 1,9
    IT-infrastructure [?] 2,0
    Overall study situation [?] 2,4
  • REPUTATION

    Research Reputation [?] 2,5 %
  • GRADUATES' JUDGEMENTS

    Support from teachers [?]
    Scope and range of courses offered [?]
    Set-up and structure of course [?]
    Communication of basic subject knowledge [?]
    Teaching of transfer skills [?]
    Teaching of problem solving skills [?]
    Teaching of independent work / learning skill [?]
    Teaching of team skills [?]
    Research orientation [?]
    Preparation for working life [?]
    Didactical mediation of the subject matter [?]
    Interdisciplinary relations within the curriculum [?]
    Promotion of key skills [?]
    Promotion of entrepreneurial thinking [?]
      • SPECIAL FEATURES (DEPARTMENT INFORMATION)
      • Teaching: Regional educational centre; ambitious opportunities for development both as regards subject and person; high quality/high standards of teaching; highly research-related; various subject areas; extensive opportunities for specialisation, own initiatives; inter-disciplinary integration; regional and national contact with practice; key qualifications; skills for life-long learning and teamwork
      • Equipment: e-campus (WLAN throughout the campus), extensive PC workrooms, good library stock since merger with Essen university library
      • Research: Focusing on academic publications; innovative research fields (e.g. Telecommunications, Transport Modelling, Service Engineering, Risk Management); international orientation; regional and national contact with practice
      • Other special features: Full focus on Business Administration, re-structuring of Economics to Managerial Economics, Business School concept in a state university, traditional Business Administration content supplemented by specialisations with high currency, e.g. Telecommunications, Innovation Management, Logistics and Insurance Management

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Last update 2011: Data colleted by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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