Commercial / Business Law, Department
Fakultät Sozial- und Rechtswissenschaften at the SRH HS Heidelberg (priv.)
- Ludwig-Guttmann-Straße 6
- 69123 Heidelberg
- Phone: +49 6221 88 1469
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Special features regarding teachingThe special feature of the course is our study model "The Core Principle" - Competence Oriented Research and Education ". This model focuses on active and independent learning. It combines skills, knowledge and a joy of learning. The success factors of the CORE principle are topic-centred five-week blocks, activating teaching / learning methods, competence-oriented types of examination, best employability, personal responsibility of the students, educational partnerships, innovation and research as well as the competence model.
Special features regarding the international orientationBusiness lawyers work in an international and interdisciplinary context. The Business Law programme is therefore embedded in an international network of universities. To instil international and cross-cultural skills in students, a semester abroad at a European partner university has been included as an integral part of the programme. A fixed time window for an optional study abroad is made possible. In addition, an integrated study tour with both professional and intercultural preparation is offered in the Master's programme.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsSouthern Illinois University, USA; Nottingham Trent University, England; Linköping University, Schweden; Mykolas-Romeris-University, Litauen; Nationale Iwan Franko Universität, Lemberg, Ukraine; Huazhong University of Science&Technology, China; Hogeschool Utrecht, Niederlande; University of Cádiz, Cádiz, Spain; Alma Mater Studiorum - Universitá di Bologna, Bologna, Italien.
Special features regarding the equipmentAccess to the legal databases Juris and Beck-Online is provided. Specific databases and programs (SPSS) can be used for empirical work. The university also provides computer rooms.
Special features regarding research and developmentThe faculty is characterised by a broad spectrum of research activities. The students of the Master's degree courses are involved in application-related research and development projects. On the Master's degree course in International Business and Company Law, students work on cooperative research projects with partner universities abroad.
Support for foundersCourses on entrepreneurship are integral parts of the Bachelor degree in Business Law. In addition to the course, a law clinic for advising Start-ups was founded in cooperation with the university founding institute. Here, students can follow legal issues of university start-ups under expert guidance and supervision of a university professor. Students can also gain practical experience on entrepreneurship and start-ups at the Entrepreneurship Lab of the Entrepreneurship Institute.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.hochschule-heidelberg.de/de/forschung/?L=1
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.hochschule-heidelberg.de/de/studium/masterstudium/internationaleswirtschafts-undunternehmensrecht/
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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