Business Informatics, Department
Studiengang Wirtschaftsinformatik (dualer Stg.) at the HSBA Hamburg (priv.)
- Alter Wall 38
- 20457 Hamburg
- Phone: +49 40 36138-700
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Special features regarding teachingBusiness Informatics at the HSBA is characterised by sound technical training combined with the important content of a Business Administration. The practical orientation is essential, learning content is accompanied and deepened by the students during the practical phase in the company, so that graduates are familiar with the use of the learned content in companies and can work productively directly after completing their studies. All teachers are active in the practical subject areas in practice. Teaching takes place in small groups.
Special features regarding the international orientationBusiness Informatics is taught 25% in English and 75% in German. Business English is an integral part of the course. Additional foreign languages can be selected in the comprehensive elective area. A semester abroad or a summer school at an international (partner) university are further options. The practical phases can also take place abroad with internationally oriented companies. A study trip abroad is part of the curriculum. International teachers regularly teach during their studies.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsHaaga Helia University of Applied Sciences, Helsinki, Finnland; Zagreb School of Economics and Management, Kroatien; BI Norwegian Business School, Oslo, Norwegen; Warsaw School of Economics, Polen; Hang Seng University of Hong Kong; SolBridge International School of Business, Daejong, Südkorea; University of Nottingham UNNC, Ningbo, China; Susquehanna University, Selinsgrove, USA; ESIC Valencia & Madrid, Spanien; Rotterdam Business School, Niederlande.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe Commerzbibliothek of the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce is also the university library of the HSBA. The library has a total of around 200,000 media, among them numerous electronic media and databases, such as DBIS, EBSCO, Kompass, Statista and WISO. The modern seminar rooms are equipped with smartboards, and all university members use the learning and communication platform “HSBA Teams”. Students can always keep track of their schedules and data via the university’s own smartphone app.
Special features regarding research and developmentResearch at the HSBA is application-oriented, intended to cover the Hamburg campus and bring academia and industry together. Teaching and research are closely interlinked. Contents and methods from research projects are incorporated into academic teaching, meaning current research results are directly implemented in students' education. Similarly, teaching gives rise to ideas and issues for specific research projects, and our research covers issues relevant to the field as well as offering solutions to current issues.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.hsba.de/forschung/
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