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Economic Sciences, Department
Fakultät für Wirtschafts- und Organisationswissenschaften
- Werner-Heisenberg-Weg 39
- 85579 München
- Phone: +49 89 6004-4239
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Special features regarding teachingAs far as teaching is concerned, the faculty profile is particularly shaped by intensive academic education in small groups. This is tailored to the specific time requirements of officers and cadets. Civilian students may be admitted as so-called industrial scholarship holders under special conditions. Through an integrated research and education approach, students learn about different theories and models and are instructed to select and integrate different theory perspectives.
Common partner universities for exchangeUniversidad de Chile, Chile; Tongji University, China; TU Delft, Netherlands; Linnaeus University, Sweden; Universidad Autonoma Madrid, Spain; Istanbul University, Turkey; Kyonggi University, South Korea; University of Texas at El Paso, USA
Special features regarding the equipmentOn the other hand, the faculty has a very well stocked reference library and offers access to vast amounts of online media and databases. There are six seminar rooms set aside for teaching purposes, and managed by the faculty, as well as a separate PC pool with around 30 workstations. The department’s own laboratory for information and communication technology is responsible for supplying the Faculty with information and communication technology.
Special features regarding research activitiesResearch is shaped by the integrative mission statement of the faculty. Research contents and methods are coordinated among professors and across subjects. In this context, every one of the five institutes in the Faculty is responsible for their own field of work with key specialisations. On the one hand, these fields of work are sufficiently broad to ensure that individual research interests can always be integrated; on the other hand, the fields of work are sufficiently clear and narrowly focused to ensure that individual profiles can be formed.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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