Business Computing, Department
Fachbereich Wirtschaft at the HS Trier
- 54293 Trier
- Phone: +49 651 8103-299
Job market- and career-orientation
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Special features regarding teachingGeneralist and practical training, mandatory practical project or semester abroad, broad basic training in Business Administration and IT, possibility of a semester abroad, worldwide network of partner universities, numerous lecturers from practice, personal support from teachers, project and thesis work with practice, tutorials accompanying lectures and preparatory courses in some courses, use of OLAT for blended learning in some courses, intensive use of teaching contacts for students.
Special features regarding the international orientationProximity to Luxembourg, thus orientation towards international financial markets and international fund business; regular international excursions; own International Business office in the department, worldwide network of over 80 partner universities.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsDundalk Institute of Technology, Irland; Institut of Technology Sligo, Irland; Zheijiang Universitiy of Science and Technology, China; University of Limmerick, Irland; Turku University of Applied Science, Finnland; Université du Luxembourg, Luxemburg; St. Petersburg State University, Russland; National University of Taipei, Taiwan.
Special features regarding the equipmentNew PC pools, use of the PC pool of the data centre, intensive use of the e-learning platform Stud.IP, possibility for students to work from home at the University of Trier via VPN, various modelling software, SPSS, MSOffice, SAP, business simulation Topsim, MATHLAB, Datev, Unipark-; modern media technology in all lecture halls and seminar rooms, additional work rooms with a PC pool for students in the department, rental of notebooks and projectors, cloud services such as Seafile, literature management with Citavi.
Special features regarding research and developmentApplication-related research projects and collaborations with companies and municipal public institutions, primarily in the areas of Trier, Saarland and Luxembourg, but also international projects. 60% of the practical projects are completed abroad. Students can participate in research in the framework of seminars, practical projects, final thesis or work as an academic assistant. Research sabbaticals for the professors are used intensively, and the results are incorporated directly into teaching.
Support for foundersThe founding office of Trier University of Applied Sciences supports start-ups by imparting basic knowledge, funding and financing advice, analysing the idea's potential and analysing strengths and weaknesses as well as a regular range of information events; Entrepreneurship module.
Other special featuresIntegration of the course into the Business department; teaching contents from Computer Science, Business Informatics and Business Administration are coordinated; professional and individual support from teachers; orientation of the training also to the needs of IT in the finance industry; many contacts to the Luxembourg labour market; own university contact fair; committed student council.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.hochschule-trier.de/go/forschung-wir
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.hochschule-trier.de/go/studieninteressierte-wir
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.hochschule-trier.de/studium/bewerbung-zulassung/informationen/
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