2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Fachbereich 03 Rechts- und Wirtschaftswissenschaften
Students' assessments on consecutive Masters degree courses
Degree courses with details
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingA uniform campus concept encourages interdisciplinary exchange; Internationalism (student exchange, dual-degree programmes with Paris, Warsaw, Colorado, Wisconsin); English-taught courses in the Bachelor's programme; Master in International Economics and Public Policy entirely in English; Quantitative-empirical focus (empirical applications, abundant data resources); Practical orientation (joint courses with practitioners, guest lectures by executives, Executive MBA); Promotion of core competencies; Innovative teaching concepts; Use of live voting systems.
Special features regarding the international orientationDual-degree programmes with the SGH Warsaw, Université Paris Ouest, Colorado State University-Pueblo and University of Wisconsin River Falls; Great variety of ERASMUS exchange universities (110 exchange places); Further university or department partnerships within or outside of Europe (e.g. China, South Korea, Australia, South Africa); Master in International Economics and Public Policy entirely in English with around 50% international students; Extensive range of English-taught courses in the Bachelor's programme.
Common partner universities for exchangeDongbei University of Finance and Economics (DUFE) in Dalian, China; Tongji University Shanghai, China; Université Paris Ouest, France; Colorado State University-Pueblo, USA; University of Wisconsin River Falls, USA; SGH Warsaw, Poland; Aarhus University, Denmark; Glasgow University, Great Britain; Karlstad University, Sweden; Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Special features regarding the equipmentWell equipped departmental library with numerous workstations; Campus-wide access to a wide range of economics databases (such as Business Source Premier; Wiso Economic Sciences – full text; EconLit) and economic journals; WiFi across the campus; large number of computer pools; Remote desktop option (access to university server also from off-campus).
Research topics reflected in teaching"World Development Report of the World Bank 2015"; International business and direct investment; Hartz reforms, minimum wage; Wealth distributions; Financial market crisis; Impact of gender quota on supervisory boards; Impact of universal child care on children's development; Effects of earlier life circumstances on health later in life; Financial programmes of the IMF; Free-trade agreements; Role of voting-right consultants in German Corporate Governance; Stress, motivation & health; Economic and social implications of social media; Digitalisation of commerce;
Website with further information on research activitieswiwi.uni-mainz.de/332_DEU_HTML.php
Support for foundersAs part of the project "PROF | Professional Advice for Students", the guidance office organises regular workshops and lectures on entrepreneurship, for example. The advisory student university group "Berater" itself is a young company that advises other entrepreneurs and prepares business plans for them.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsCentral service office for barrier-free studying; The department provides barrier-free rooms for courses and exams upon request; Help with exams by way of writing time extensions, deadline extensions for submitting papers, alternative exam methods in the case of long-term or chronic physical disabilities – enshrined in the exam regulations. Special regulations for dyslexia; Psychological counselling office; Representative for the Severely Disabled.
Characteristics of diversity advancementJGU participates in the diversity audit of the Foundation for German Industry. The aim is to create a diversity-based university culture that recognises diversity as an opportunity and enrichment and that faces up the challenges related to heterogeneity. The department has its own equality representative who advises and supports women. Orientation sessions and German language courses for international students. Central family services office provides child care and financial support. Course of study for professionally qualified students without a secondary school certificate.
(S)-Students' judgements (F)-Facts (P)-Professors' judgements
Last update 2017: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education, Germany.
Offers by the publisher