Business Administration, Department
Studiengang Betriebswirtschaftslehre at the BA Göttingen (priv.)
- Königsstieg 94
- 37081 Göttingen
- Phone: +49 551 400-4570
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Special features regarding teachingSeminars, lectures, case studies, simulation seminars and discussions on economic and legal issues shape the character of the studies. In addition, objective-appropriate teaching and learning arrangements in group work and discussion of practice cases and adapted exam modes ensure the acquisition of skills. The courses are based on the split week principle, i.e. students spend three days of the week at work and attend lectures two days of the week.
Special features regarding the international orientationSpecial lectures, such as International Corporate Taxation, International Economic Relations and International Accounting Standards, are part of the course. There are also two compulsory Business English modules. Apart from the option to complete part of their training at international locations of their employer, students can also complete a work placement at a company in the partner city Göttingen (Cheltenham/United Kingdom).
Special features regarding the equipmentStudents have access to the State and University Library of the University of Göttingen, which has around 8 million media. Students also have access to the reference libraries of the faculties of Economic Sciences and Law of the university, the CIP pool of the data centre of the University of Göttingen as well as the Learning Resource Centre. There is free WiFi, and students can purchase software at discounted prices. Course materials are available in electronic form via the Online Campus.
Support for foundersIn the first semester, the General Business Administration module is based on an Entrepreneurship case study which addresses all relevant questions and issues of starting a business. In higher semester modules, students can expand on these skills, for example, by consolidating their knowledge of the legal forms of companies as well as investment and finance. Various simulation games are added to this in the course of the studies.
Other special featuresThe Göttingen vocational academy sets up small groups of students (up to 35 students) to ensure close contact with lecturers. The group size allows for various teaching and learning arrangements, which contributes to a richly varied mode of acquiring skills. The partner companies are closely integrated into the design of the teaching and the theory-practice transfer. To this end, for example, regular trainers’ pub meetings or trainers’ office hours are organised.
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