2019 / 20
Business Administration, Department
Fakultät Gesellschaft und Ökonomie
- Marie-Curie-Straße 1
- 47533 Kleve
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Special features regarding teachingBusiness Administration is taught on a sound methodological basis and with a strong international orientation. Both case studies and experimental methods as well as simulations are used. Students are given a chance to apply what they have learnt in connection with corporate presentations and/or practical projects.
Practice oriented teaching formats in bachelor's degree coursesexample cases; business and simulation games; case studies; contract design tutorials; negotiation tutorials; project workshops and work; field trip to companies; lectures by practitioners; learning by research; party depending of the study degree course
Special features regarding the international orientationClasses are taught in English, and the groups comprise a large number of international students. Courses always also pursue international perspectives. In addition, various projects are offered jointly with partner universities, particularly in the Netherlands, in order to ensure international and interdisciplinary perspectives. Apart from a semester abroad/practical semester, students also have the option of obtaining a dual degree.
Common partner universities for exchangeFerris State University/US; Fitchburg State University/UA; Florida International University/USA; Lillehammer University College/Norwegn; Universidad Rey Juan Carlos/Spain; Université Catholique de Lyon/Frankreic; Budapest Business School/Hungary; De Haagse Hogeschool/Niederland; Hogeschool de Arnhem en Nijmegen/Niederla; HAMK University of Applied Sciences/Finland
Special features regarding the equipmentExtensive laboratory space, such as laboratory for experimental economic research: Featured hardware: eye-tracker (1 mobile and 3 stationary plus notebooks), surface table (for cooperative behavioural experiments), high-resolution cameras in various labs to record behavioural experiments, Oculus Rift DK2 – VR – goggles (for experiments in virtual environments), 24 PC workstations (for behavioural experiments). Available software: e.g. SMI (Experiment Centre: Eye-tracker experiments, BeGaze: Analysis of eye-tracker experiments).
Special features regarding research and development1 cooperative doctorate in the period 2013-2015.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.hochschule-rhein-waal.de/de/fakultaeten/gesellschaft-und-oekonomie/forschung
Support for foundersThe department is developing its own services, but students can take advantage of central services, such as the Centre for Research, Innovation and Transfer, and additional services like Founders' Week.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsThe Department of Society and Economics has a professional system for screen magnification including voice output and screen reader, which helps visually impaired students with their PC work. The department has several licences that can be loaned to students temporarily or permanently.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe university has an advisory network that focuses on the special needs of international students. This includes, in particular, (English) services of the Welcome Centre (such as introductory week, help with finding accommodation), psychological counselling, an equal opportunities office, the initiatives of Arbeiterkind.de (for working-class students) and the language centre. The department provides support via the decentralised equal opportunities and careers services. Moreover, gender and diversity skills are integrated into the curricula of all courses.
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Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
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