Economic Sciences, Department
Fachbereich 03 Rechts- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the Uni Mainz
- Jakob-Welder-Weg 9
- 55099 Mainz
- Phone: +49 6131 392-2225
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Special features regarding teachingCampus concept promotes interdisciplinary exchange; internationality (student exchange, double degree programmes with Paris, Warsaw, Colorado, Wisconsin); English-language courses in Bachelor's and Master's in Management / Accounting & Finance; completely English-language Master in International Economics and Public Policy; Quantitative-empirical specialisation (empirical applications, rich data supply); practical relevance (joint courses with practitioners, guest lectures by managers); promotion of core competencies; innovative teaching concepts; use of live voting systems.
Special features regarding the international orientationDouble degree programmes with SGH Warsaw, Université Paris Nanterre, Colorado State University-Pueblo and University of Wisconsin River Falls; wide range of ERASMUS exchange universities (110 places); further university or faculty partnerships (student and lecturer exchange) within / outside Europe (e.g. China, South Korea, Australia, South Africa); English-language Master's degree in International Economics and Public Policy with approx. 50% foreign students; extensive range of English-language courses in the Bachelor and Master of Management as well as Accounting and Finance.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsTongji University Shanghai, China; Chung-Ang University, Seoul, Südkorea; Université Paris Nanterre, Frankreich; Colorado State University-Pueblo, USA; University of Wisconsin River Falls, USA; SGH Warschau, Polen; Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italien; Karlstad University, Schweden; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spanien; Universidad de Los Andes, Bogota, Kolumbien.
Special features regarding the equipmentExcellently equipped departmental library with numerous workplaces and modern learning centres; campus-wide access to a wide range of economic databases (including Business Source Premier; Wiso Wirtschaftswissenschaften - Volltext; EconLit) and economic journals; campus-wide WiFi; large number of computer pools; remote desktop (access to university drive from outside); nationwide network licenses from Stata and SPSS; expert support from the Centre for Data Processing; MOGON (world's top 100 high-performance computer).
Special features regarding research activitiesMultidisciplinary research focus "Interdisciplinary Public Policy"; various interdisciplinary projects funded by third-party funds between Economics, Business Administration, Computer Science, Medicine, Political Science, Psychology & Business Education; international research collaborations with universities and companies; utilization of research results to optimise teaching; active involvement of students in research projects on theses and diverse HiWi activities; research projects in cooperation with schools; interdisciplinary BMBF project (Business Informatics, Economics) on e-learning.
Support for foundersAs part of the project "PROF | Professional Advice for Students", the guidance office organises regular workshops and lectures on entrepreneurship, for example. The advisory student university group "Berater" itself is a young company that advises other entrepreneurs and prepares business plans for them. The alumni network offers the opportunity for networking. The Start-UP Night is a regular networking event on start-up topics, in which founders discuss their experiences with start-up companies.
Other special featuresProfessional advice for students: Support students throughout the course. Practice-related university groups for Business Consulting, Marketing, Stock Exchange and Plural Economics. Psychotherapeutic advice centre. Promotion of diversity (diversity audit) and women (equal opportunities officer). Central service point for barrier-free studying and representation for the severely disabled. Course of study for professionally qualified students without a secondary school certificate. German courses for foreign students. Central family service office: Childcare. Enacta & AISEC (International volunteering / social projects).
Further information on research activitieshttp://wiwi.uni-mainz.de/332_DEU_HTML.php
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.studium.uni-mainz.de/ncdeutsch/
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