Fachbereich Wirtschaftswissenschaften at the Uni Gießen
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Special features regarding teachingA special feature of the WiWi course at JLU Giessen is the flexibility in terms of content. Students choose their major (specialisation) individually using compulsory elective modules. This allows the course to be designed according to personal strengths and preferences. In the two-semester orientation phase, at the beginning of the course, important Business Administration, Economics and Methodological fundamentals are taught. However, the evaluation of these modules is only included in the final grade upon request. It is also possible to integrate modules from other departments and from foreign universities into the course.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe department maintains intensive collaborations and exchange programmes within Europe, the USA, Russia and China. Further collaborations are constantly being driven forward. In the course, the department offers the opportunity to pursue a double degree (in the Master). A stay abroad can be easily integrated into your studies. There are also "Business English" offers and numerous different language courses. In the field of research, a lively international exchange is lived out and practised through joint research projects.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsInternational University of Business and Economics in Peking, China; University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, USA; Kansas State University, USA; Universidad de Granada, Spanien; Karlstad University, Schweden; Universidad de Huelva, Spanien; Universidad de Cantabria, Santander, Spanien; Université de Montpellier, Frankreich; Universität Lodz, Polen; Istanbul Kültür Universität Istanbul, Türkei.
Special features regarding the equipmentThe department has its own computer lab on campus. Subject-specific databases are available for research and research-related seminar projects and final theses. Thomsen Reuters EIKON (incl. Datastream) and S&P Capital IQ. In addition, JLU students can access discounted or free software (e.g. SPSS, Mathematica, Citavi, Corel, and much more). The lecture halls, seminar rooms and the branch library on the campus have been renovated and equipped with high-quality technology.
Support for foundersThe Entrepreneurship Cluster Mittelhessen (ECM) is the start-up centre of the entire Justus Liebig University in Gießen and is directly linked to the Department of Economics. It supports students to implement their innovative ideas in the context of setting up a new company. The ECM organizçses workshops, seminars and start-up events (e.g. IdeaSlam). With the start-up advice, the ECM helps with the creation of business plans and provides information on funding opportunities.
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