Commercial / Business Law, Department
Fachbereich 3: Wirtschafts- und Rechtswissenschaften at the HTW Berlin
- Treskowallee 8
- 10318 Berlin
- Phone: +49 30 5019-0
Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses
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Special features regarding teachingLecturers from practice; high proportion of practice-oriented events; participation in Moot Court competitions; excursions; international summer school in Vietnam, numerous cooperative relationships with renowned universities; organisation of lecture series and additional seminars for practitioners; specialist conferences open to students; use of innovative teaching concepts and case studies.
Special features regarding the international orientationFunding semesters abroad with up to 60 CP (including mobility semesters); binding foreign language training; cooperation with numerous foreign colleges / universities (founding member in 2 consortia of international colleges / universities), founding university of GIU AS / Egypt; Double Degree Offers; English-language courses; approx. 45% foreign students (total 30% outside the EU); plus approx. 100 Erasmus students per semester; regular participation 2 international Moot Court Competitions, Spring School in Vietnam, International Law Week Finland, International Law Game, Internationalisation at Home.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsHogeschool Utrecht, Niederlande; Metropolia UAS, Finnland; North Park University, USA: Glasgow Caledonian, UK.
Special features regarding the equipmentSPSS laboratories, Business Informatics, laboratories, business game laboratories (Topsim Gold partnership), high technical equipment standard in the classrooms; provision of online databases and software (Ebsco, Eviews, Haufe Steuer Office Kanzlei-Edition, Macrobond, Panopto); Bloomberg terminals; DATEV driver's license (specialisation in Business Taxation), courses in SAP applications, studio for video recordings for teaching (providing the results in moodle) including professional hardware, including advice and training on how to use the offer.
Special features regarding research and developmentIntegration of current research reports directly into teaching, involvement of students in current projects, involvement of third-party funded projects, measures of internal research promotion, excellent service and advice structure, central brokering and service centre for projects and cooperations, KONTAKT Cooperation Centre for Applied Sciences, Commission for Research and Young Scientists.
Support for foundersOwn start-up centre of excellence of the university to advise and assist the numerous start-ups, with general start-up advice and start-up-lab programme. In addition, cooperation with student management consultancy; specialisation in SMEs and entrepreneurship (for example with courses on business plan creation, business model development and lean startup topics); Participation in the BENHU project for the cross-university development of approaches to anchor entrepreneurial mindsets and tools in teaching that go beyond the above-mentioned deepening.
Other special featuresNetworking (alumni/public sector), including industry contacts for students, promotion of student management consulting Berliner Campus Projekt and publication of final theses, affiliated institutes for industry contacts, German Prize for Business Communication, Prize of the Sino-German Institute, German Scholarships, advisory boards with industry experts, editorial-advisory boards for publication series, Career Service events, mentor programme, interdisciplinary lecture series, Banking Day, participation in Germany-wide tenders.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.htw-berlin.de/forschung
Further information about study entry phasehttps://www.htw-berlin.de/studium/die-htw-berlin-kennenlernen/
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