Fachbereich 7: Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the Uni Kassel
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Special features regarding teachingComprehensive, high-quality and demanding basic training in Business Administration and Economics, later with the respective specialisation. Tutorials for all courses in the basic degree course (are offered without overlap) with an average of 20 participants. modern teaching and learning methods are used in teaching. Courses are supported by e-learning projects and platforms. Practical teaching through the targeted integration of practitioners/lecturers and dual course options.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe department offers two English-language Master's courses and has a wide range of English-language courses in advanced Bachelor's degrees. This encourages the vigorous exchange between German and international students as well as internationalism at home and prepares our outgoing students for their own semesters abroad. Incoming and outgoing students alike are supported and actively supervised by the internationalism team at the department. The local curricula explicitly favour the recognition of credits earned abroad.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsDublin Business School, Irland; James Cook University in Townsville, Australien; Leiden University, Niederlande; Marmara University, Türkei; Poznan University of Economics, Polen; Universitat de València, Spanien; University of Bergen, Norwegen; University of Economics in Prague, Tschechien; University of Umeå, Schweden; Università degli Studi di Trento, Italien.
Special features regarding the equipmentWith the Innovative Learning Lab, the department has set up a seminar room, equipped with flexible furnishings and extensive presentation technology, enabling the use of creative, multimedia teaching/learning methods and concepts. Students have access to 4, partially air-conditioned, PC pools with 115 workstations, equipped with various specialist software. Several smartboards.
Support for foundersThe Kassel University is a founders' university subsidised by EXIST funds. Teaching and support of start-ups is seen as an interdisciplinary task and supported, both in personnel and organisational terms, by the research and teaching centre on entrepreneurial thinking and action. Six subject areas of the department are active in the start-up research and teaching.
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Last update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education.
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