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Business Administration, Department
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften
- Philipp-Müller-Straße 14
- 23966 Wismar
- Phone: +49 3841 753-0
Job market- and career-orientation
Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses
Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses
Degree courses with details
- Business Administration (B.A.)
- Business Administration (B.A., distance-learning)
- Business Administration (BA, online course)
- Management of Health Institutions (BA, online course)
- Management of Non-Profit Organisations (BA, online course)
- Sports Management (B.A., distance-learning course)
- Business Administration (M.A.)
- Business Consulting (Mas, distance-learning)
- Digital Logistics and Management (M.Sc.)
- Tax and Business Consulting (M.A.)
- Sales and Marketing (M.A., distance-learning)
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingAbove-average practical orientation of all programmes thanks to external lecturers; Practical semesters as part of the BA; Practical modules/comprehensive range of postgraduate courses for university's own distance learning service "WINGS" with numerous online, distance-learning and Master's courses/application-oriented teaching/degree courses provide the ability to apply academic knowledge and methods and also the specialist knowledge required for the transition into professional practice, as well as the ability to perform academic work independently. Course programme allows for national/international activities.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational Class: The programme is interdisciplinary and revolves around international issues. It is designed for two semesters and combines business administration, business informatics and business law. The classes are taught in English. International Class students can attend all courses of the German programmes. The International Class courses are generally for 4 hours per week (5 ECTS credits). international focus: Foreign-language courses, international issues, promotion of stays abroad, International Bureau, introduction to Master's in International Management.
Common partner universities for exchangeUniversity of Poitier, France; Aalborg University, Denmark; Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences, Finland; Molde University College, Norway; Alliant International University, USA; Hogeschool Leeuwarden, Netherlands; Tallinn University of Technology - School of Economics and Business Administration, Estonia; University of Latvia, Latvia; International Business School at Vilnius University, Lithuania; Linnaeus University, Sweden
Special features regarding the equipmentMultimedia Centre supports the inclusion of multimedia technologies, offers video conference systems, the information system (LSF) for current information relating to academic studies, e-learning systems (e.g. ILIAS), production studio for e-learning applications, communications system (e-mail and calendar server, groupware server), VPN communication interface for home access to IT resources at the Hochschule Wismar, www server for information research and publications. WiFi on the entire campus/campus cloud/Microsoft MSDN Academic Alliance program for students/software packages such as Adobe, DATEV, SAP, LUDUS.
Special features regarding research and developmentProvision of a skills portal: This portal enables the internal and external exchange of knowledge for all faculties at the Hochschule Wismar. The portal gathers together various cooperations, publications and skills. Series of articles: "WDP – Wismarer Diskussionspapiere" (Wismar discussion papers): Contributions from national and international experts and professors; Production studio for e-learning applications: Development of didactic content for teaching that is implemented technically in the studio/online written exams/stud. research and development teams. 4 cooperative doctorates in the period 2013-2015.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.hs-wismar.de/was/forschung/
Support for foundersThe Robert Schmidt Institute of HS Wismar offers the following for those wanting to be self-employed: Continuing education on entrepreneurship; Networking and contacts in career development; Exchange of experience, networking and cooperation among entrepreneurs; Recent research findings on key issues regarding start-ups and regional development. Founders' Office of the school: Since 2009, the Founders' Office is a cross-departmental service point for all those with an interest in start-ups. Network of consultants, partners and sponsors to advise students (business plan development); Optional required modules: Start-up advice.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsEqualisation of disadvantages for students with disabilities and chronic or mental illness: Possibility of time extensions for written projects; Extensions: Suspension of regular deadlines and thus study period extension; Compensatory services: Absences can be made up through individual exam dates; Conversion of exam mode is possible; Technical or personnel assistance: Use of specific PCs for the visually impaired or those with limited writing capabilities: Use of professionals; Hearing impairment: Sign language interpreter.
Characteristics of diversity advancementDiversity is the central task of higher education development. Decisions must be taken in a family-friendly open and cross-cultural manner. Equal opportunities implemented within the meaning of general equality principles. Development of measures to improve studying, working, doctoral conditions/inclusion of students with health problems/support, advisory services (language courses, mentors, tutors, tandems). Inclusion of academic/non-academic staff in the design of processes (self-administration; women's advancement plan/women professors' programme/gender mainstreaming), Family Friendly University.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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