2019 / 20
Business Administration, Department
Fakultät für Betriebswirtschaft
- Ludwigstraße 28
- 80539 München
- Phone: +49 89 2180-2228
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Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses
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Special features regarding teachingExercises and tutorials in small groups, also in large lectures; Key qualifications, including Business Planning; Seminars with renowned national and international guest researchers; international collaborations with prestigious universities; promotion of student research projects and practical projects; Case studies in seminars and lectures; Broad range of English-speaking courses; orientation phase for more rapid start to studies.
Special features regarding the international orientationFaculty’s own International Relations Centre, separate advisory office for international students, triple-degree programme “European Master”, all exchange spaces of the Faculty without tuition fees at the partner universities, additional spaces at over 100 partner universities of the LMU, specialist language courses in nine languages in the field of economic sciences, wide range of English-taught courses, two Master’s programmes entirely in English.
Common partner universities for exchangeBocconi University, Italy; Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Netherlands; ESSEC Business School, France; Warwick University, Great Britain; Catholic University Portugal; EM Lyon, France; Copenhagen Business School, Denmark; HEC Lausanne, Switzerland; Solvay Brussels School of Economics and Management, Belgium; Lancaster University, Great Britain
Special features regarding the equipmentFaculty information and communications infrastructure; training rooms (80 computers) and 50 freely accessible computers incl. colour and b/w printers (printing subject to fees); more than 30 programmes e.g. Stata, SPSS, Matlab, Eviews, Maple, MS Office; Database access, such as Worldscope, Datastream, CRSP and Compustat via WRDS, Institutional Brokers Estimate System, Securities Data Company, LexisNexis; free WiFi across the entire campus; software provided for students by the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre; the Faculty is a member of the Microsoft Developer Network Academic Alliance; further training rooms centrally at the LMU.
Special features regarding research activitiesThe research focuses of the 24 academic chairs we have at present are combined into five competence areas: Accounting, Finance, Strategy and Marketing, Innovation and Leadership, and Learning; Lead role in inter-disciplinary and international centres, e.g. Economics & Business Data Center, Munich Risk and Insurance Center, LMU Entrepreneurship Centre, Center for Digital Technology and Management, Center for Internet Research and Media Integration or Munich Center of Health Sciences.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.bwl.uni-muenchen.de/forschung/index.html
Support for foundersVery close cooperation with the Entrepreneurship Centre of the LMU. As a result, a variety of support services for entrepreneurs and specific spin-offs from Business Administration: Course “START with Business Planning”, compulsory for all Business Administration/Economics Teaching students; Certificate for students in “Entrepreneurship Excellence Programme”; “LMU Entrepreneurship Seminar” for researchers and students; Work placements at start-ups within the LMU context; Practical projects as part of the “Entrepreneur Farm” with renowned companies (Corporate Ent.); Networking with mentors and investors via various event formats.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsProcess- and solution-oriented advice in confidential meetings with student advisory services/student coaching; Support and guidance (also advice on exam regulations) throughout the programme. The focus is on the strengths and potential of those affected in consideration of the impact of the individual challenges on their studies. Resources and new perspectives are accessed jointly with the students: The time at university is to be professionally successful and personally satisfying. Collaboration with the guidance centre for students with disabilities and chronic illness.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe Faculty of Business Administration respects the diversity of its members and their different experiences, abilities, views and ways of thinking: They are to be ensured the best possible development and ability to contribute regardless of gender, family responsibilities, physical/mental conditions, social and cultural background. Extensive services are available, such as mentors, family services, continuing education, etc. These processes are actively supervised by a comprehensive diversity management (central LMU “contact point for equality and inclusivity”).
Other special featuresTOP Business Administration programme: The best 10% of a year group network with outstanding companies (elite funding); Master's career day: strengthening of industrial-academic transfer; graduate book to encourage entry into a career; Graduation ceremony (each semester) with individual farewell; Extensive academic and career guidance; alumni network with approximately 2,300 members, 5,300 prospective members and 70 sponsors (companies); Faculty newspaper and newsletter; Business Administration faculty day; alumni dialogues: Specialist lectures with alumni and professors on current business themes.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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