Computer Science, Department
Fachbereich 2 Duales Studium Wirtschaft & Technik at the HWR Berlin
- Alt-Friedrichsfelde 60
- 10315 Berlin
- Phone: +49 30 2938-4300
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Special features regarding teachingInternationalism is a defining element of the academic profile of the Berlin School of Economics and Law. The 150 partner universities around the world offer a variety of exchange options for students and scholars; Possibility of stay abroad in the 5th semester; English-language courses and admission of foreign visiting students in the 5th semester.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternationalism is a defining element of the academic profile of the Berlin School of Economics and Law. The 150 partner universities around the world offer a variety of exchange options for students and scholars; Possibility of stay abroad in the 5th semester; English-language courses and admission of foreign visiting students in the 5th semester.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversidad del País Vasco, Spanien; Stockholm University, Schweden
Special features regarding the equipmentIT labs; Laboratory for network and media technology; Laboratory for electronics and digital technology.
Support for foundersAt the Start-up Incubator Berlin of the Berlin School of Economics and Law, students can take their first steps from theory to implementation. It promotes ideas, concepts and prototypes. The programme offers students an extensive range of services, including workshops, coaching, team matching, peer learning, mentoring and much more. Entrepreneurial thinking and action are promoted among dual/cooperative students also within companies. This ranges from product and process innovation to the establishment of subsidiary companies.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsThe Faculty of Dual/Cooperative Studies and its partner companies provide intensive support to students with impairments to ensure they can complete their degrees. Students with health issues are supported by university members to assist them in overcoming communicative, structural and educational barriers. They also receive professional support from the representative for students with disabilities and chronic illness on all questions concerning academic life, particularly where equalisation of disadvantages in connection with admissions and exams is concerned.
Characteristics of diversity advancementAs part of the diversity approach of the Berlin School of Economics and Law, an active contribution is made to the implementation of equal opportunities for all students and employees, and cross-cultural rapprochement and recognition are encouraged. The key pillar of this guiding principle is the university’s Cultural Diversity programme, which has been in place since 2012. The programme constitutes a targeted university policy measure to bring to life diversity at the Berlin School of Economics and Law and to spread it to the community as well. The Cross-Cultural Mentoring programme promotes practised diversity as part of one-to-one mentoring relationships.
Other special featuresIn the German capital, the Berlin School of Economics and Law is the largest provider of dual/cooperative programmes. Its over 2,000 dual/cooperative spaces are among the most popular academic offers available in Berlin and are provided in cooperation with over 700 companies. The dual Computer Science degree programme is characterised by a close integration of theory (university) and practice (partner companies). Enrolment of only approx. 30 students per year, which enables permanent individual support; Success rate approx. 80%
Further information on research activitieswww.hwr-berlin.de/forschung/
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