Business Administration, Department
Fakultät II Informatik, Wirtschafts- und Rechtswissenschaften at the Uni Oldenburg
Department für Wirtschafts und Rechtswissenschaften (WiRe)
- Ammerländer Heerstraße 114 -118
- 26111 Oldenburg
- Phone: +49 441 798-1
On bachelor level the department offers Economic Sciences.
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|Further degree courses of the department||see Economic Sciences|
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Special features regarding teachingBusiness Administration, Economics and Law are considered and taught in an inter-disciplinary way. In addition to in-depth training in Economics, many elective modules, a variety of key competence courses and alternative forms of teaching / learning (business games, problem-based learning, workshops, etc.) are offered. Part of the offer is in English; courses are evaluated; repeatedly distinguished courses with awards such as "Preis der Lehre", most recently "Introduction to Business Administration" 2018; international semester planning made easier by flexible design of module and, if applicable, examination dates.
Special features regarding the international orientationInternational Representative for Economics, double Master's programme with the University of Groningen (MSc. Water & Coastal Management and Master in Infrastructure and Spatial Planning), numerous German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) projects with international partners.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsUniversiteit Gent, Belgien; University of Jyväskylä; Linnaeus University, Schweden; Université du Havre, Frankreich; Université Côte d'azur, Nice, Frankreich; Kingston University, Großbritannien; Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, Niederlande; Universidad EAFIT, Kolumbien; Universidad de Guadalajara, Mexiko; FEA-RP Universidade de Sao Paolo, Brasilien; Wuhan University, China.
Special features regarding the equipmentOwn computer rooms; the central IT services facility operates the central IT infrastructure of the University of Oldenburg. This includes a High Performance Cluster, server for central services such as e-mail, Internet, FTP, groupware, a learning management system (StudIP). The IT services provide network access and webspace for all students, staff and alumni. All lecture theatres and seminar rooms are equipped with projectors.
Special features regarding research activitiesInterdisciplinary and clearly profiled research priorities (FSP) with regional as well as international partners and international charisma, which are also reflected in the DFG Research Training Group, the Collaborative Research Centre, the scientific centres and in the affiliated institutes of the faculty. Chair and cross-departmental collaboration.
Support for foundersThe Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg is one of the six best start-up universities in Germany. As part of the last EXIST initiative, the university was recognised as one of the leading founding universities in Germany. The EXIST initiative originated from the endowed chair of Entrepreneurship. As part of this measure, the Start-Up and Innovation Centre (GIZ) was created, which covers the entire spectrum of start-up support.
Other special featuresFamily learning environment; university with short distances; Subject of Economic Sciences in cooperation with companies and universities in the Northwest region; varied and challenging Economics + Law courses; Association for Economic and Legal Affairs; founding university of EXIST; Doctoral and support programs at the university support young academics through structured supervision and training opportunities; English site.
Further information on research activitieshttp://www.uni-oldenburg.de/fk2/forschung/
Further information about study entry phasehttps://uol.de/hit
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