Economic Sciences, Department
Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the Zeppelin Univ./Friedrichshafen (priv.)
- Am Seemooser Horn 20
- 88045 Friedrichshafen
- Phone: +49 7541 6009-1000
On bachelor degree level the department offers Economic Sciences. Master degrees are offered in Business Administration.
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|Further degree courses of the department||General Management (M.A.), see Business Administration|
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Special features regarding teachingGeneralist multidisciplinary teaching approach in small groups with high discursivity; research-oriented seminar concept with a high proportion of discussions in small groups; promotion of competencies at the interfaces of the disciplines related to the professional field, thereby enabling new ways of thinking and decision-making under uncertainty; individualised training; intensive support with science and practice coaching and a support ratio of 9: 1; begin with digital teaching-learning formats; Service / Problem Based Learning; special teaching formats: creative performance and entrepreneurship.
Special features regarding the international orientationA total of 84 partner universities; dual degree certificate programmes with universities in North and South America; mandatory internships abroad; high proportion of English-language courses; international call for professorships; high proportion of incoming students in the degree programmes; International Degree Seekers; student buddy system for incoming students; intercultural seminars and trainings; international teaching cooperation; international research associations; international advisory board; international visiting professors and researchers.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsCopenhagen Business School, Dänemark; Peking University – Guanghua School of Management, China; University of California in San Diego, USA; Universiteit Maastricht, Niederlande; Sciences Po in Paris, Frankreich; Universität Zürich, Schweiz; Butler University, USA; University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, Südafrika; Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) in Herzliya, Israel; Università degli Studi di Siena, Italien; CESA (Colegio de Estudios Superiores de Administración) in Bogotá, Kolumbien.
Special features regarding the equipmentIT support for students, WiFi at all locations, modern HD projectors, e-mail inboxes with tasks and calendars for students, campus-wide Follow-Me Printing with printing from your own laptop, numerous scanning options with download portal, online study management , University wiki, 24-hour library, extensive databases in the library with online access to the campus, campus license for literature management software, laboratory trolley for statistical software; media laboratory and method center; film workshop and own campus radio; Center for digital education with new teaching-learning formats.
Special features regarding research activitiesProven researchers use their current research results in the courses; implementation of student projects (Scientific Project) as part of the course; own discussion paper series "Zu|schnitte”; own student research.
Support for foundersPioneer port for student start-ups; Curricular workshop "Entrepreneurship" with processing business cases for Bachelor students in all subjects. ZU start-up centre: Infrastructure and services: Use of space at ZU, media training and contacts, legal advice, financial advice; in-depth courses such as entrepreneurship, business models; summer schools.
Other special featuresHigh degree of personal responsibility; self-organised learning; independent project work; imparting methodological skills and a broad theoretical foundation; internships (at home and abroad); equal goals are the development of the personality and the acquisition of an excellent professional qualification; mediation of "hand & thinking tools"; inclusion of practical elements; service learning elements; relationship to phenomena from business, culture & politics; teaching characterised by discursiveness and interaction; entry into digital education (e-portfolios, blended learning).
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.zu.de
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