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Business Administration, Department
Studiengänge International Business
- Elsenheimerstraße 61
- 80687 München
- Phone: +49 89 547678-0
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Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses
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Special features regarding teachingInteractive teaching takes place in small groups. All assistant professors have comprehensive practical experience, which they apply to their courses. Active learning is encouraged through participation, projects, presentation and other didactic methods.
Special features regarding the international orientationHigh proportion of international students and assistant professors (32% in the 2014/15 winter semester), students from over 60 nations; International elements in the curriculum of all courses, 5 of 6 programmes (including DBA) can be studied in English only; Compulsory stays abroad (work placement, semester abroad); International dual-degrees in Master IB and Master SBC.
Common partner universities for exchangeBoston University, USA; Fudan University, China; University of Hong Kong, China; Seoul National University, South Korea; Indian Institute of Management Indore (IIM Indore), India; Regent’s University, Great Britain; Skema Business School, France; Bond University, Australia; Universidad Argentina de la Empresa, Argentina
Special features regarding the equipmentThe University is located in a modern, well-equipped building with WiFi availability; all lecture theatres and seminar rooms are equipped with up-to-date projection technology; teaching materials are provided via a virtual campus.
Special features regarding research and developmentResearch at the University is exclusively application-orientated and integrates the students, especially into the Master’s degree courses.
Research topics reflected in teachingLeadership & Responsibility (e.g. "Responsible Leadership in a Global Context" module); Innovation & Entrepreneurship (key Master's areas Corporate Strategy and Innovation and International Entrepreneurship; MBA modules on Innovation/Entrepreneurship; International focus in undergraduate, graduate and MBA programmes); International Marketing Management; Digital Transformation; Sports Business (Master's in Sports Business and Communication; Key Bachelor's areas Sports Management and Media Management); International Family Firms (key Master's area International Family Firms; Family Businesses as elective).
Website with further information on research activitieswww.munich-business-school.de/de/hochschule/forschung-lehre.html
Support for foundersIn the major (Master IB) International Entrepreneurship, students are prepared specifically for all topics revolving around entrepreneurship: From the idea and development of the business model and search for investors as well as pitch to the establishment and management of a new company; Option to participate in ZGI, the workshop of the Social Entrepreneurship Academy, in cooperation with the university.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsIn implementing equalisation of disadvantages measures, the university is guided by the findings of the experts' workshop "Equal opportunities in the Bologna process for students with disabilities and chronic health problems" and by the recommendations of the Barrier-Free University Alliance, as well as the Higher Education Act and the Higher Education Act of Bavaria. Equalisation of disadvantages is governed by the General Examination Regulations and refers to admissions as well as workload, study progress and exam achievements.
Characteristics of diversity advancementIn line with fundamental principles, the university is committed to ensuring equal opportunities and opportunities for development for all university members regardless of ethnic background, sex, religion, age, sexual identity, disability or chronic illness. In addition, the following measures have been/are taken: Selective and increased recruitment of international students; Increased recruitment of international professors and assistant professors; Taking into consideration the needs of university members in special circumstances.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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