Business Administration, Department
Management-Studiengänge at the HdWM Mannheim (priv.)
- Oskar-Meixner-Straße 4 - 6
- 68163 Mannheim
- Phone: +49 621 490 890 48
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Special features regarding teachingTeaching at the HdWm is characterised by small groups and seminaristic forms of teaching and learning. There are no classic styled lectures. Thanks to case studies in companies, practical semesters and special features of the study organisation, which allow working student activities and internships in parallel with your studies, there is a close link between theory and practice. The HdWM represents an action- and people-oriented approach in Business Administration in accordance with the St. Gallen Management course.
Special features regarding the international orientationMulticulturalism of teachers and learners. Students from 28 countries. Participation in the Erasmus programme, partnerships with 12 partner universities. Participation in international research projects in the amount of approx. € 100,000 annually. International excursions and conference visits by student teams.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsVAMK Vaasa University of Applied Sciences, Vaasa, Finnland; Masaryk-Universität, Brünn, Tschechien; Università degli Studi di Siena, Siena, Italien; John Moores University, Liverpool, England; Ural State University Yekaterinenburg; University of Belgrade; University of Vilnius; University of Nicosia.
Special features regarding the equipmentAll seminar rooms are equipped with smartboards. The specialist economic database EBSO is available. In addition, the library and technical equipment correspond to the academic practice. Thanks to cooperation agreements, the students also use the offers of the University of Mannheim.
Special features regarding research and developmentStudent teams of Master's students participate in the ESF-funded third-party project Quapi, which is dedicated to the development and expansion of further education. Running time from 2016 to 2020,
Support for foundersPersonal consultation; The proportion of students from family businesses and with their own freelance or commercial activity or company is above average and is around 15%.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.hdwm.de/wirtschaft-forschung/forschungen
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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