Business Computing, Department
Fachbereich I: Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the HWR Berlin
- Badensche Straße 50-51
- 10825 Berlin
- Phone: +49 30 30877-1424
Job market- and career-orientation
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Special features regarding teachingTeaching in small groups, modern skill-oriented and activating teaching concept, very international student body, high practical relevance, inter-disciplinary approach, cross-cultural approach, extensive range of courses in English, assistant professors from the field.
Special features regarding the international orientationOver 40% of the students complete a semester abroad at one of more than 150 international partner universities. The stay abroad is often funded by scholarships. Over 10% international guest students; numerous internships abroad.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsNanyang Technological University, Singapur; University of Pittsburgh, USA; HEC Montréal, Kanada; Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexiko; Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP), Brasilien; University of Edinburgh, UK; Universiteit Gent, Belgien; Kozminski University, Warschau, Polen; Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal; Athens University of Economics and Business, Griechenland.
Special features regarding the equipmentModern teaching and group rooms, PC pools, PC labs, modern library, online databases, e-books, e-learning, WiFi in all seminar rooms and in the library.
Special features regarding research and developmentResearch in the field of Business Informatics is closely linked issues relating to business administration. By considering practical issues, current topics in Business Informatics are raised, in particular: Business Process Management and Corporate Management, IT Security in Company Management, IT as "enabler for new business models", Big Data Analysis and Marketing, Web 2.0, Social Media and Knowledge Management of Companies, Gender and IT.
Support for foundersAt the Start-up Incubator Berlin of HWR, students can take their first steps from theory to implementation. It promotes ideas, concepts and prototypes. The co-working space allows for exchange with other founders and thus supports inspiration, creativity and the development of business models. The “Start-up Now” programme offers workshops, coaching, team matching, peer learning and mentors. It is aimed at everyone at the beginning of their start-up project or who have already progressed to the active start-up phase.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.hwr-berlin.de/forschung/
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