Business Computing, Department
Studiengang Wirtschaftsinformatik at the Nordakademie/Elmshorn (priv.)
- Köllner Chaussee 11
- 25337 Elmshorn
- Phone: +49 412 140-900
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Special features regarding teachingLessons with a maximum of 36 students per group; predominantly seminar courses with a high proportion of practical exercises with modern software systems suitable for computer science courses; continuous feedback of the imparted content with practical requirements, language courses in small groups (on average about 10 to 12 people); additional offers in the form of seminars (Studium Generale with around 60 topics per quarter).
Special features regarding the international orientationEnglish as a foreign language is compulsory in the Bachelor's degree course in Business Informatics, optionally Spanish, French, Russian, Chinese or Japanese can be taken. Many cooperation companies are internationally positioned so that practical experience abroad can be gathered.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsGriffith College Dublin, Dublin, Irland; Dublin Business School, Dublin, Irland; University of Victoria, Victoria, Kanada.
Special features regarding the equipmentUse of modern media in the classroom (smartboards), campus-wide WiFi; The university, including computer rooms, is open to students 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; modern user experience laboratory for usability research; Network laboratory; conference centre with modern equipment for collaborative work; free availability of many library databases (ACM DL, Springer-Link, Statista, WISO etc.); constant expansion of the e-learning offer.
Special features regarding research and developmentPractical research projects with companies; participation of students in research projects and publications is possible; organisation of conferences and specialist meetings by the department
Support for foundersCompulsory elective modules in the field of entrepreneurship; Entrepreneurs Club as a student presentation; projects in start-up companies in the Master's program; projects in the Master's program with self-chosen topics of the students for ideas of a later spin-off; alumni network NORDAKADEMIKER e.V. as an exchange platform and peer group for start-up ideas.
Other special featuresInternational Office for mentoring and support (outgoing and incoming, Erasmus program), extensive reference library with research offerings, graduates have the opportunity to work as a research assistant and support for cooperative doctoral procedures.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.nordakademie.de/forschung
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.nordakademie.de/duales-studium
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