Business Administration, Department
Fakultät Wirtschafts-, Kultur- und Rechtswissenschaften at the HTWG Konstanz
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Special features regarding teachingGeneralist Business Administration studies with individual specialisation options; small semester units; intensive advice and close contacts between students, teachers and staff; internships and semesters abroad; practical projects; interdisciplinary studies; Business English as a compulsory subject over 3 semesters; additional foreign language offer; training for methodological / social skills; assessment centre training; wide choice of options; regular courses offered by English-speaking guest professors; "Virtual Classroom Learning"; lecture-accompanying business games and case studies.
Special features regarding the international orientationRegular joint events with a partner university; regular project trips abroad with ECTS credits; credit for examinations taken abroad.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsPUC do Paraná in Curitiba, Brasilien; Hong Kong Baptist University, Hong Kong; Saint Mary's University in Halifax, Kanada; Kyonggi University, Südkorea; University of Macau, Macau; University Sains Malaysia in George Town, Malaysia; Clarkson University in Potsdam, USA; Michigan State University in East Lansing, USA; Lapland University of Applied Sciences in Rovaniemi, Finnland.
Special features regarding the equipmentPC laboratory with 22 workstations; SAP front end; high performance printer; projector; IT pool for project groups and theses with 16 individual and group workstations; business process optimisation software; printer; copy board; scanner; notebooks; portable projector; (video) camera; video editing programs; projectors in every lecture hall, WiFi coverage of the lecture halls and student work areas.
Support for foundersThe university cooperates with the founders' office Campus Start-Up in Konstanz to support start-ups. In addition, the HTWG is one of seven universities in Europe that hosts the international CREA Summer Academy as part of the Startup Europe initiative.
Other special featuresNumerous on- and off-campus projects (partly within the framework of corporate cooperation); continuous improvement process initiated on a student-by-semester basis, regular semester-related events (introductory semester introduction, graduation ceremony with award ceremonies etc.), various business games, alumni associations, numerous options for social engagement, low dropout rate, selection process (assessment centre), high proportion of practical theses.
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