Business Administration, Department
Fachbereich IV - Wirtschafts- und Sozialwissenschaften, Mathematik und Informatikwissenschaften at the Uni Trier
- Universitätsring 15
- 54286 Trier
- Phone: +49 651 201-2640
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Special features regarding teachingPractical orientation, social skills, methodological skills, professional competence, work in small groups, Bachelor's study project, Master's research project, inter-disciplinary approach.
Special features regarding the international orientationGoing through the Erasmus programme, many students can complete stays abroad at our numerous partner universities. Apart from this, students can apply for a German Academic Exchange Service scholarship and earn credits abroad.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsCopenhagen Business School, Dänemark; BI Norwegian Business School, Norwegen; Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), Polen; Trinity College Dublin, Irland; International Business School Budapest, Ungarn; Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d'Angers (ESSCA), Frankreich; Athens University of Economics and Business, Griechenland; Lappeenranta University of Technology, Fninland; Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spanien; Università degli Studi di Bergamo, Italien.
Special features regarding the equipmentVarious computer rooms are available in the department, equipped with the usual Microsoft software; Statistics packages such as R, SPSS, AMOS and specific access to others such as MPlus via the respective professorship are common.
Special features regarding research activitiesMethodological skills, empirical research, normative research. Research projects are a constitutive feature of the Bachelor's and Master's degree programs, in which work is carried out over a year on a scientific project, often with practical relevance, in small groups. In addition to the final thesis (30 credits), the project is very important (20 credits) during the course.
Support for foundersThere is an Entrepreneurs’ Office and an SME research centre, providing vigorous exchange between companies in the region and Business Administration students.
Other special featuresIn Business Administration there is close contact between learners and teachers / professors.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.uni-trier.de/index.php?id=57044
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