2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Business Administration, Department
- Osterburger Straße 25
- 39576 Stendal
- Phone: +49 3931 2187-4811
Job market- and career-orientation
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Special features regarding teachingRegionalism; Health care industry; Internationalism (production/logistics, accounting, financial markets, digitalisation); Business Administration direct: 18-week work placement abroad; Foreign language courses as part of the curriculum; Entrepreneurship, Economics of SMEs; Risk Management; Service Management; Individual support of obligatory stay abroad; Good work placement organisation; project-oriented teaching; Learning through research; Peer reviewing; diverse virtual learning offerings and online clinics; Integration of virtual courses with University of Linz; simulations; Guest lectures; excursions.
Special features regarding the international orientationRegular lecturer exchange ERASMUS+, German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), and others; Linked courses with Johannes Kepler University Linz and the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria; English-taught incoming semester for international students, including electives; Excursions abroad as part of the curriculum (mainly Europe and USA); Compulsory stay abroad of at least eighteen weeks; Regular student exchange with German-Jordanian University in Amman.
Common partner universities for exchangeGerman-Jordanian College in Amman, Jordan
Special features regarding the equipmentModern equipment for seminar rooms and lecture theatres: media desks (thin client; Data accessible via USB stick, laptop, server; Connection possibilities for video and audio equipment); Recording portal; 119 computer workstations and 20 LAN workstations, standard software available: Windows, Office, Adobe Acrobat, Omnipage, Corel Draw Graphic Suite, Remark Office, Delphi, SPSS, SAP, EndNote and Citavi, WinQSB, founders simulation game; WiFi, EDUROAM; Mobile video conferencing systems; Mobile SMART board + podium version; audio, video and digital photographic equipment; Moodle teaching and learning platform.
Special features regarding research and developmentRegionally associated, practice-oriented research (Altmark economic situation team), research on economic developments on federal state and district level; Foreign Trade, Overall Economy; Integrative Service Management approaches; Warehousing/Transport/Logistics optimisation; AutoID applications and E-Business (SPiRIT research group); Applied Market Research and Marketing Concept Development with changing companies and Non-Profit Organisations; Research question: Recruitment of participants in the Continuing Education Campus Magdeburg project together with the University of Magdeburg in the context of “Advancement through Education: Open Universities” of the BMBF. 2 cooperative doctorates in the period 2013-2015.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.hs-magdeburg.de/hochschule/fachbereiche/wirtschaft/forschung.html
Support for foundersThe Faculty of Economics actively supports entrepreneurs. The support comprises goal definition, motivation, brainstorming, planning, administration and financing. The Faculty also assists with the networking with potential key partners. Intensive workshops complement the service portfolio. Professorship of Entrepreneurship / SME Management.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsAdvice opportunities thanks to the (severe) disabilities representative, project member “Diversity in teaching and learning” at the ZHH; Handicap mentor as a peer-level liaison at the Stendal location; Application of the KomPass provisions with possible compensation, such as rescheduling of exams, arrangement for individual working times, change of exam formats, etc.; Barrier-free access campus (barrier-free access in all buildings, some height adjustable furniture for students and teachers, guidance system for the visually impaired); Workstation for the visually impaired.
Characteristics of diversity advancementCertified family-friendly university; Family room; Application of KomPass for target-groups students with children, pregnant women, students with caring responsibilities, sick students, students with disabilities; Kids’ University, Stendal University Lectures (senior campus); Faculty’s equality representative; Qualification of teachers (e.g. cross-cultural skills, sensitisation to discrimination, peer consultation, advice for students, etc.); Student coordination for the “Refugees Welcome” working group; Administrative exchanges with the German-Jordanian University in Amman.
Other special featuresSupport with finding placement positions in Germany and abroad (Work Placement Office and International Office); Research into own teaching by lecturers with extensive body of publications (scholarship of teaching and learning); Green Campus with Green Classroom (open-air “lecture hall”); Social credit points to reward/promote social commitment.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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