Interdisciplinary relations within the curriculum [?]
Promotion of key skills [?]
Promotion of entrepreneurial thinking [?]
SPECIAL FEATURES (DEPARTMENT INFORMATION)
Teaching: -Interlinking of theory and practice, practical and project phases (dual study course), tandem teaching, coaching by the course directors as well as supervisors from both the University of Applied Sciences and companies, managerial and social competence, small groups with up to a maximum of 25 persons, strong involvement of student tutors and mentors, business ethics and interviews with entrepreneurs, project management, seminars on etiquette, international dimension, excursions
Equipment: Laptops, projectors and W-LAN in each lecture theatre, PC labs, Internet café (PC practice room, eLearning portal, Students Personal Information Centre (SPIC), information monitor and digital signpost in entrance area and on each floor, use of interactive screens in teaching, access to use of technical equipment of partner companies
Research and Development: Involvement in research projects of partner companies; supervised, application-related research during the practical phases, the placement semester and completion of the thesis, regular empirical research activities within the framework of the module on "Conducting academic work", visits to specialist conferences and fairs (Hanover Fair), Students also benefit from research projects carried out by the individual departments.
Other special features: Pioneer in the introduction of dual Bachelor & Master's courses of study, strong network (390 partner companies), intensive practical phase guidance by university and company supervisors, Supervisory Boards: Win-win situation for companies, university and students; distinction by the Donors' Association for the Promotion of Science and Humanities in Germany as the Best Practice Model for application-related, academic teaching course offers