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Explanation

Responsibility / Research Assistant

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Recognition procedure for changing university

Applications together with the module descriptions of previously completed modules must be handed in to Ms Jutta Menz. Advance information on recognition can only be provided following the receipt of completed applications.

Caroline Pfeifer / Maximilian Szylobryt

Link to Recognition procedure for changing university

Recognition procedure for changing degree programme

Applications for a change of subject must be handed in to Ms Menz at Student Support Services and include a complete transcript of results

Caroline Pfeifer / Maximilian Szylobryt

Link to Recognition procedure for changing degree programme

Internships abroad (Practice-oriented phase)

The guidelines for internships abroad are comparable to those for internships inside Germany

Relevant course advisors

Link to Internships abroad (Practice-oriented phase)

Stay abroad (BA, MM)

Voluntary; as a replacement for the 5th semester; as a replacement for the project phase or practice-oriented phase.

Anna Juliane Hoffmann

Link to Stay abroad (BA, MM)

Stay abroad (MIB)

Compulsory (to be completed in the period between semester 3 and semester 6)

Anna Juliane Hoffmann

Link to Stay abroad (MIB)

Bachelor thesis

Bachelor thesis

Vera Friebe

Link to Bachelor thesis

Federal training assistance (student grant)

 

Iris Schreiber

Link to Federal training assistance (student grant)

B.Sc. Civil Engineering & Management B.Sc.

Undergraduate study

Tim Burmeister

Link to B.Sc. Civil Engineering & Management B.Sc.

B.Sc. Business Administration

Undergraduate study

Kerstin Schüller

Link to B.Sc. Business Administration

B.Sc. Business Administration (dual)

Dual degree programme

Sebastian Thiel

Link to B.Sc. Business Administration (dual)

Electives/ elective compulsory modules

Please refer to the relevant examination regulations for information on the electives in any particular degree programme. Electives are compulsory subjects.

   

Kick-off camp

Orientation week for first-semester students

Anastasia Hirsch / Jutta Reinemann

Link to Kick-off camp

Voluntary courses

Modules attended on a voluntary basis. Not relevant to the degree certificate. May not be recognised as an elective. Voluntary courses are to be registered by filling in the appropriate forms

 

Link to Voluntary courses

Examination paper viewing

Examination papers may be viewed at the start of the following semester in room AU12. Please register at the support office. Notification of the date and time for viewing exam papers will be given via email

   

Basic rules for the conducting of examinations

The basic rules for the conducting of examinations contains, amongst other things, a code of conduct pertaining to the participation in examinations.

Vera Friebe & Caroline Pfeifer

Link to Basic rules for the conducting of examinations

Medical certificates

Should you become ill during the examination period, you must immediately, and without culpable delay, present a medical certificate as well as a written application stating your request to the chairman of the Examination Committee.

Sandra Breitbach

Link to Medical certificates

Business Information Systems Lab

 

Kristin Wagner

Link to Business Information Systems Lab

B.Sc. Marketing and International Business

Undergraduate study

Stephanie May

Link to B.Sc. Marketing and International Business

Master thesis

The thesis; The time limit is 16 weeks (the start date can be agreed individually with the supervisor); 90 credit points are required for admission to the thesis module.

 

Link to Master thesis

M.Sc. Business Management

Postgraduate course

Sebastin Debus

Link to M.Sc. Business Management

M.Sc. Human Resource Management

Postgraduate course

Kerstin Schüller

Link to M.Sc. Human Resource Management

M.Sc. Wirtschaftsingenieur

Postgraduate course

Tim Burmeister

Link to M.Sc. Wirtschaftsingenieur

B.Sc. SME Management

Undergraduate study

Anastasia Hirsch

Link to B.Sc. SME Management

Model Factory

 

Kristin Wagner

Link to Model Factory

B.Sc. Module Handbook

The General Module Handbook is a compilation of course descriptions of all the business management bachelor modules (lectures) currently offered by the Faculty of Business & Management.

 

Link to B.Sc. Module Handbook

M.Sc. Module Handbook

The General Module Handbook is a compilation of course descriptions of all the business management bachelor modules (lectures) currently offered by the Faculty of Business & Management.

 

Link to M.Sc. Module Handbook

Practice-oriented phase

 

Relevant course advisors

Link to Practice-oriented phase

Project phase

Students must register to participate in the project phase (module examinations of the 5th and 6th semesters) of the programme no later than the final day of the examination period of the previous semester by filling in the relevant application forms.

Jasmin Hill

Link to Project phase

Registration for examinations

Examination registration takes place via the QIS-Server. Written examination registrations should be handed in to one of the support office staff.

Caroline Pfeifer

Link to Registration for examinations

Registration for examinations 5th semester

Students must register for examinations no later than the final day of the examination period of the previous semester.

Secretariat

Link to Registration for examinations 5th semester

Examination withdrawals

 

Examination Office

Link to Examination withdrawals

Examination regulations

The examination regulations govern how the degree programme is run. The degree programme syllabus describes which modules have to be completed and when. The degree programme syllabus also explains the prerequisites for individual examinations and many other important things connected with the chosen degree programme. The examination regulations constitute the legal organisation of the faculty. All students must have access to and be made aware of the content of the examination regulations.

Caroline Pfeifer

Link to Examination regulations

Amendments to the examination regulations

   

Link to Amendments to the examination regulations

Semester schedule

Current semester information and dates

Maria Sperling

Link to Semester schedule

Language proficiency certificate for MIB

A sound knowledge of English is a prerequisite for acceptance onto the degree programme MIB, and documentary evidence of English skills must be provided. When applying for the semester abroad a level of English corresponding to level B2 on the Common European Framework for Languages is required.

Stephanie May

Link toanguage proficiency certificate for MIB

Change of degree programme

   

Link to Change of degree programme

Toefl-Test

The Toefl-Test is offered at the start of every semester. A four-day preparatory takes place prior to the test. Precise information on the Toefl Test is sent out at the start of every semester via the Faculty of Business & Management's mailing list.

Ellen Rana / Mark Frost

Link to Toefl-Test

Lecture schedule

Please refer to the lecture schedule for information on when and where modules take place during the current semester.

Maria Sperling

Link to Lecture schedule

Pre-study internship

Documentary evidence of the 12-week pre-study internship must be presented no later than the end of the third semester of study.

Relevant course advisors

Link to Pre-study internship

B.Sc. Industrial Engineering & Management Science

Undergraduate study

Tim Burmeister

Link to B.Sc. Industrial Engineering & Management Science

M.Sc. Industrial Engineering & Management Science

Graduate study

Tim Burmeister

Link to M.Sc. Industrial Engineering & Management Science

       

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