Commercial / Business Law, Department
Fakultät für Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the HS Wismar
- Philipp-Müller-Straße 14
- 23966 Wismar
- Phone: +49 3841 753-0
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Special features regarding teachingVery good supervisory relationship between students and lecturers, which enables a lot of work in small groups. Intensive use of online teaching elements (especially online lectures, e-exams). Practice-oriented teaching in a variety of case studies and company simulations.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational Class: The international class programme is interdisciplinary and includes international issues. It is designed for two semesters and combines Business Administration, Business Informatics and Business Law, language of instruction is English. International Class students can attend all courses of the German programmes. As a rule, the courses in the international class are 4 hours per week. programme. International focus: Foreign-language courses, international topics, promotion of stays abroad, International Office.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsRiga Graduate School of Law, Lettland; Plekhanov University, Russland; ZHAW School of Management and Law, Schweiz.
Special features regarding the equipmentMultimedia Centre supports the inclusion of multimedia technologies, offers video conference systems, the information system (LSF) for current information relating to academic studies, e-learning systems (e.g. ILIAS), production studio for e-learning applications, communications system (e-mail and calendar server, groupware server), VPN communication interface for home access to IT resources at the Hochschule Wismar, www server for information research and publications. WiFi on the entire campus/Microsoft MSDN Academic Alliance Program for students/software packages such as Adobe, DATEV, SAP, LUDUS.
Special features regarding research and developmentConsulting and research projects by individual university lecturers in cooperation with companies (regional and national) with the possibility of participation for (advanced) students; European third-party funded projects; Didactics of Law as a subject of research (legal clinics, research-based learning, online courses); teaching research project "Development of legal language skills"; student research and development teams (for example, advice on setting up a business for students in other faculties and advising medium-sized companies in the region).
Support for foundersThe Robert Schmidt Institute of HS Wismar offers the following for those wanting to be self-employed: Continuing education for business start-ups; networking and establishing contacts in career development; exchange of experience, network building and cooperation between entrepreneurs, latest research results on central topics of start-up and regional development. Founders' Office of the school: Since 2009, the Founders' Office is a cross-departmental service point for all those with an interest in start-ups. Network of advisors, cooperation partners and sponsors advise students (preparation of business plan); WPM: Start-up advice.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.hs-wismar.de/forschung/
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.hs-wismar.de/hochschule/information/veranstaltungen/informationsveranstaltungen-studienwerbung/
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