Business Computing, Department
Fachbereich Betriebswirtschaftslehre / Wirtschaftsinformatik at the FHDW Hannover (priv.)
- Freundallee 15
- 30173 Hannover
- Phone: +49 511 28483-70
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Special features regarding teachingThe degree course teaches comprehensive professional skills for demanding tasks in software development. Lecture phases at the university and practical phases in cooperating companies change on a quarterly basis and enable students to contemplate and apply theoretical concepts. The practical experiences are discussed with selected lecturers and documented in several projects. Communication and presentation seminars and compulsory foreign language training ensure the required communication skills are achieved.
Special features regarding the international orientationCandidates who are eligible for a doctorate abroad are spotted at an early stage among students in the Master's programme in Information Engineering. This can be done in particular through the close contacts to the Western Norway University of Applied Science. Further research contacts to universities abroad (Canada, England) offer similar opportunities.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversity of the West of Scotland, Paisley, UK; University of Coventry, UK; Université de Lille, France; Western Norway University of Applied Sciences, Bergen, Norwegen.
Special features regarding the equipmentEach student receives a high-quality notebook with extensive software equipment when they start their studies; additional software is available for download from an application server.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe research is predominantly application-oriented and is generally conducted jointly with the cooperating companies. The thematic focus is on the areas of business process modelling and implementation, embedded systems and the agile development of large information systems.
Other special featuresTraining in small groups (20 - 30 students) is an essential feature of the department, which leads to better individual support, intensive personal support and closer training relationships.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.fhdw-hannover.de/de/forschung.html
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.fhdw-hannover.de/de/studiengange/auswahlverfahren.html
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