Economic Sciences, Department
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaft at the Uni Wuppertal
- Gaußstraße 20
- 42119 Wuppertal
- Phone: +49 202 439-0
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Degree courses with details
- Health Economics and Management (B.Sc.)
- Health Economics and Management (B.Sc., career-integrated)
- Economic Sciences (B.Sc.)
- Applied Economics (M.Sc.)
- Entrepreneurship & Innovation (M.Sc.)
- Finance, Auditing, Controlling & Taxation (M.Sc.)
- Management and Marketing (M.Sc.)
- Operations Management (M.Sc.)
- Sustainability Management (M.Sc.)
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingThe Schumpeter School of Business and Economics is the result of a programmatic profiling of the Faculty of Economics at the University of Wuppertal. Amongst its key features are its involvement with the teachings of Joseph A. Schumpeter, structural change, innovative corporate concepts, innovation-promoting market structures and legal aspects of innovations.
Special features regarding the international orientationStudents can choose from a large number of English-taught courses. The faculty offers students who want to spend a semester abroad attractive study places at partner universities within and outside the European borders. The department's own centre for international contacts with its extensive services is available to students to advise them on the planning for studying abroad. Students who spend a semester abroad at a non-partner university are supported by the department, such as on matters relating to the recognition of international credits.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsTampere University of Technology, Finnland; Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne, Frankreich; Università degli studi Roma Tre, Italien; St. Petersburg State University of Economics (UNECON), Russland; Management Development Institute in Gurgaon, Indien; Rikkyo University, Japan; University of Michigan-Flint, USA; Florida State University, USA; Wuhan University, Volksrepublik China; Universidad del Norte, Kolumbien.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe faculty has two modern computer rooms with relevant (statistics / survey / eye tracking) software for teaching and learning support. Students can also use these areas during free periods. Furthermore, all seminar rooms are equipped with modern event technology. There are also access to various databases for teaching and research purposes (e.g. Thomson Reuters). There is a start-up centre and an innovation laboratory (co-working space). Finally, there is WiFi throughout the university, as well as various workstations for free use.
Special features regarding research activitiesThe Faculty of Economics has numerous national and international research and teaching contacts. The faculty pursues both international and regional, own and third-party funded research projects. The faculty has several research institutes where larger research projects are carried out (e.g. Wuppertal Institute).
Support for foundersIn the university-wide profile element "Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Economic Change", the university has been committed to entrepreneurship for years and has participated in the nationwide funding program "EXIST - Business start-ups from science" within the framework of the regional start-up support network. In the process, it has been named the "most start-up-friendly" German university multiple times. The faculty has 4 chairs and 2 affiliated institutes that deal with the research and active support of start-ups.
Other special featuresThe Faculty attaches great importance to providing good support for students. In addition to counselling services such as student counselling and the centre for international contacts, lectures by practitioners and lecturers ensure practical relevance. The professorship researches and teaches in thematically related fields of competence. The exploration of structural change, corporate concepts and market structures that promote innovation is a primary concern and forms the basis for a Schumpeterian approach in research and teaching. In addition, a foundation assists the Faculty with both financial and ideological support.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.wiwi.uni-wuppertal.de/forschung.html
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.wiwi.uni-wuppertal.de/de/studium-und-lehre.html
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.wiwi.uni-wuppertal.de/de/studium-und-lehre.html
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