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EBS Law School

EBS Universität für Wirtschaft und Recht

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Basic information

Total number of students
440
Share of external repetitions visited
6.8%

Support during the study entry phase

Total score for support in the study entry phase
12/12 points

Group 1

Exam preparation

Exam preparation
6/10 points

Group 2

Exam Preparation - Training
2/4 points
Exam preparation - additional services
2/2 points

Results of study

Exam results
57.3%

Research

Third party funds per academic
13.8 T€

Group 2

Doctorates per professor
0.3

Group 3

Students' assessments on undergraduate, presence-learning-courses

Teacher support
1.3

Group 1

Support in studies
1.4

Group 1

Courses offered
1.4

Group 1

Study organisation
1.1

Group 1

Exams
1.6

Group 1

Assistance with exam preparation
1.2

Group 1

Research orientation
1.3

Group 1

Job market preparation
1.3

Group 1

Support for stays abroad
1.3

Group 1

Rooms
1.8

Group 1

Library
1.3

Group 1

IT-infrastructure
1.6

Group 1

Overall study situation
1.4

Group 1

Self-study places
1.7

Group 1

Degree courses without details

Further degree courses of the department
no data

Further information provided by the department

Special features regarding teaching

Lectures in small groups; specifically preparation and follow-up courses (working groups & self-study groups) with feedback control; individual coaching programme; Business Administration Certificate Programme; excellent supervisory relationship; Commercial Law Specialisations; mediation of methodological, communication and negotiation skills as well as modern teaching and learning concept, blended learning offer / flipped classroom; integrated one-year exam preparation programme with exam course, trial exam, crash courses, first university in Germany with a focus on "Laws of Digitisation".

Special features regarding the international orientation

Member of the Law Schools Global League (LSGL); students of the EBS Law School spend a mandatory trimester abroad at one of over 90 partner universities worldwide; have the opportunity to complete an optional internship abroad; attend English-language lectures in the field of Business and International Law and have the opportunity to take optional foreign language courses (including subject-specific ones). Visiting students from all over the world study at the EBS as part of the annual exchange programme "EBS Law Term" and provide an international environment on campus.

Special features regarding the equipment

Modern technical equipment; whiteboards in all lecture halls; free WiFi; multiple multifunction devices for copying, scanning & printing; access to legal and economic databases or journal aggregator databases that are important for the degree program. Access to CampusNet and the digital student portal "myEBS", where the student community can exchange ideas and, in addition to general information, access to personal planning data (including timetables, scripts, etc.), blended learning / flipped classroom in selected modules.

Special features regarding research activities

Interdisciplinary research; broad research portfolio of the chairs; basic orientation; EBS Law School students are involved in current research projects of the EBS professors; close links to practice and politics

Other special features

The EBS Law School is still its growing phase, which affects, among other things, the number of study places, chairs and professorships, academic staff and the amount of third-party funding.

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