2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Business Administration, Department
Fachbereich Maschinenbau und Wirtschaft
- Mönkhofer Weg 239
- 23562 Lübeck
- Phone: +49 451 300-5233
Job market- and career-orientation
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Special features regarding teachingFocus on “Health Economics”, “International Management” and “International Business (English Track)”; Services management; Specialisation in quantitative methods; Options for stays abroad integrated into the curriculum; Soft Skills; Part of the curriculum in English; Entrepreneurship and management as a centre of excellence; E-learning platform supplementing lectures; Option to obtain an additional qualification “DGQ Quality Systems Manager Junior”; Language Centre; Seminars/tutorials in small groups; High practical relevance; Interdisciplinary courses (engineering).
Special features regarding the international orientationLong-term exchange (students and researchers) with Milwaukee School of Engineering, as well as with universities in Växjö and Gdansk. Expansion of the existing Erasmus partnerships in connection with the establishment of an English Track in business administration, special international focus in business administration as a compulsory elective, participation in student exchanges with China (Hangzhou) as part of a university partnership, curricula allow for practical phases abroad at the end of the programme (optional), strong international commitment of teachers (China, USA, Eastern Mediterranean region, India, UN).
Common partner universities for exchangeMilwaukee School of Engineering, USA; University of Science and Technology (ECUST) in Shanghai,China; Zhenjiang scholarship (Hangzhou), China; Lillebaelt Academy, Denmark; Riga Technical University, Latvia; Kymenlaakson Polytechnic in Kotka, Finland;La Rochelle Industrial Systems Engineering School, France; Gdansk University of Technology, Poland; EISEE in Paris, France; GJU Amman, Jordan, Linnaeus University in Växjö, Sweden; University of Roskilde, Denmark
Special features regarding the equipmentSPSS with 24 hour access for students, Moodle used by all teaching staff, IT lab for quantitative economics research, online databases (e.g. WISO net, Statista), SAP lab, group work rooms associated with the research projects.
Special features regarding research and developmentInstitut für Angewandte Wirtschaftswissenschaften (Institute for Applied Economics) (areas of competence in international market and sector analysis (Kimba), social skills (Soko dialogue), health management, controlling/financing, IT strategies), competence centre for start-up and management; collaboration with the Kiel Institute for the World Economy; collaboration with the Hamburg Institute of Family Owned Business (HIF); Cooperation with regional networks (e.g. Foodregio), cooperation with partner universities in the region (Baltic Management), “Third Mission” project in cooperation with the WHO / crisis management.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.fh-luebeck.de/forschung-und-dienstleistung/kompetenzen/kompetenzbereiche/institut-fuer-angewandte-wirtschaftswissenschaften/
Support for foundersInstitute for Entrepreneurship and Business Development: Free-to-use facility for students, graduates and university members for all matters related to entrepreneurship. It offers advice on business models, business plans, financing, etc. The qualification options comprise courses/sessions on start-ups and management know-how for communicating entrepreneurial thinking and action and for qualifying for self-employment. The institute’s workshops are integrated into all curricula; special compulsory elective in a Master’s programme.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsClassrooms provide barrier-free access. In addition, special requirements of individual students are considered in spatial planning. Toilets for the disabled, equalisation of disadvantages for exams. University-wide: Contacts for students with disabilities.
Characteristics of diversity advancementInterdisciplinary project weeks with the participation of all department members, department combines mechanical engineering and business on many committees, interdisciplinary electives, admissions practices (mix of school-leavers and qualified apprentices), Business Landscapes project (course-integrated) unites students and academic/non-academic staff, peer tutoring projects, interdisciplinary student management consultancy.
Other special featuresCross-departmental Career Development Centre for students; Faculty’s quality management system has been certified according to DIN EN ISO 9001 since 2005; Practice transfer through university-wide FHL Projekt GmbH and FHL Forschungs GmbH.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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