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Basic information

Total number of students
2930
Number of master degree students
120
Percentage of teaching by practitioners
38.0%
Percentage of teaching by practitioners, master's
43.0%

Cooperative Education

Students in cooperative education
300
Extent of interlinking
6/10 points

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Support during the study entry phase

Total score for support in the study entry phase
11/14 points

Group 1

Results of study

Graduations in appropriate time, undergraduate degrees
75.0%

Group 2

Graduations in appropriate time, master's
69.3%

Group 2

International orientation

International orientation, bachelor's
6/12 points

Group 2

International orientation, master's
9/12 points

Group 1

Outgoing students
6.0%

Job market- and career-orientation

Contact with work environment, bachelor's
11 points

Group 1

Contact with work environment, master's
8 points

Group 1

Bachelor theses in cooperation with work environment
80.0%
Master theses in cooperation with work environment
80.4%
Share of professors with work experience
37.0%

Research

Third party funds per professor
no data
Not specified

Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses

Teacher support
2.7

Group 3

Support in studies
2.7

Group 3

Courses offered
2.8

Group 3

Study organisation
1.9

Group 2

Exams
2.4

Group 2

Job market preparation
2.5

Group 3

Support during practical semester
2.6

Group 3

Support for stays abroad
2.5

Group 3

Rooms
2.3

Group 3

Library
2.3

Group 3

IT-infrastructure
2.6

Group 3

Overall study situation
2.6

Group 3

Students' assessments on cooperate education courses

Teacher support
2.4

Group 2

Support in studies
2.3

Group 2

Courses offered
3.3

Group 3

Study organisation
2.0

Group 2

Exams
2.7

Group 3

Support for stays abroad
3.4

Group 3

Coordination of theory and practice phases
3.0

Group 3

Rooms
2.4

Group 2

Library
2.3

Group 2

IT-infrastructure
2.7

Group 2

Overall study situation
2.7

Group 3

Students' assessments on consecutive master's degree courses

Teacher support
no data
Not specified
Support in studies
no data
Not specified
Courses offered
no data
Not specified
Study organisation
no data
Not specified
Transition to Master's studies
no data
Not specified
Support for stays abroad
no data
Not specified
Overall study situation
no data
Not specified

Degree courses without details

Further degree courses of the department
no data

Further information provided by the department

Special features regarding teaching

The central profile element "Internationality" is reflected clearly in the teaching. This is shown by content with international relevance, the extensive range of business languages, the teaching of cross-cultural competence, as well as the obligatory or optional element of the period of study abroad at one of more than 150 partner universities. The widely differentiated study concept promotes specialisation as early as the application stage (functional, sectoral, and regional specialisation). The high practical orientation is lived out through lecture series or case studies.

Special features regarding the international orientation

Several modules are taught in English and/or have content with a particularly international orientation. Guest students from foreign partner universities take part in the specialist modules taught in English and work out case solutions with the German students. Thanks to compulsory or optional stays abroad, for which the students are prepared by cross-cultural coaches as part of the curriculum, graduates will face a world of opportunities. The stay abroad includes an academic and practical semester abroad.

Exchange universities for stay abroads

Universidad de Cuenca, Ecuador; University of Hertfordshire, Großbritannien; Universidad Técnica Federico Santa María, Chile; Vancouver Island University, Kanada; University of Hong Kong, China; Misr International University Kairo, Ägypten; Lebanese German University Beirut, Libanon; Universidade Federal do Ceará, Brasilien; Vaasan ammattikorkeakoulu (VAMK), University of Applied Sciences, Finnland; Ostfold University College, Norwegen.

Special features regarding the equipment

The students can use approximately 100 computers, including extensive peripherals, in 5 PC rooms for teaching and self-study. All workstations are connected to the campus network, and have Internet access. In addition, the campus features a campus-wide wireless LAN. All course rooms have permanently installed projectors. There are extensive electronic library resources (over 6,000 e-books/journals) available. A VPN client enables access from the Internet to the intranet and the library's restricted resources.

Special features regarding research and development

Degree programmes have various links to the faculty's research activities. In several institutes, professors and other academics work in the field of socio-economic research. This means that there is regular input for teaching and that there are opportunities for students to be involved in ongoing research projects. The topics of current research projects are brought to everyone interested in the faculty in various formats.

Support for founders

BRIDGE, the Bremen University initiative to promote entrepreneurial thinking, start-ups and entrepreneurship, provides a course programme focused on entrepreneurship. Interested parties are offered over 20 sessions each semester to develop and/or improve their start-up skills. The Bremen programme for company start-ups by students and Young Professionals (BRUT) support students shortly before the completion of their studies, alumni, doctoral graduates, academics qualified to teach at university, scientific staff and young professionals.

Other special features

The direction of the entire study programme is based on the concept and years of experience that prove that a range of different specialist courses structures can achieve an extraordinarily high level of identification amongst students and teachers with "their" course of study. This is proved by very stable figures for applicants, students and graduates over many years.

Further information on research activities

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Acronyms

(S) = Students' judgements

(F) = Facts

(P) = Professors' judgements

Last Update 2020: Data collected by the CHE Center for Higher Education