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Lectures

Bachelor Level

Current courses in summer semester 2019:

Name of the course: K.184.14111 Mikrotheorie
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Jungblut
Level: Bachelor \ assessmentphase
Lecture: Fridays, 04:00 - 07:45 p.m., Audimax
Language: German
Annotations: This lecture is held parallel to the lectures of Prof. Dr. Hehenkamp.
Name of the course: K.184.14112 Makrotheorie für Winfo, Wing, Lehramt und Nebenfach
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Jungblut
Level: Bachelor \ assessmentphase
Lecture: Wednesdays, 02:00 - 06:00 p.m., Audimax
Language: German
Annotations: This lecture is not available for IBS or Business and Economic students.
Name of the course:  
  K.184.24111 International Finance
 
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Jungblut
Level: Bachelor \ profiling phase
Lecture: Tuesdays, 09:00 a.m.- 01:00 p.m.  
Exercise: Wednesdays, 09:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m.
Language: English
Annotations: In the second half of the semester this course will be held by Prof. Dr. Gries.

 

Master level

Current courses in summer semester 2019:

 

Name of the course: M.184.4414 Ausgewählte Themenbereiche der VWL
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Jungblut
Level: Master
Lecture: Lecture: Wednesdays, 04:00 - 06:00 p.m. 
Exercise: Fridays, 09:00 - 11:00 a.m.
Language: German
Annotations: -
Name of the course: K.184.44112 lecture on selected models and topics in international finance
Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Stefan Jungblut
Level: Master
Lecture: Second half of the Lecture Wednesdays, 11:00 a.m. - 01:00 p.m.
Language: English
Annotations: -

 

Theses

To apply for a thesis, students should be interested in the subject and research areas of our chair and ideally be able to document their interest in the course of their studies.

Here you can inform yourself about the topics and supervision offers for bachelor and master theses.

Topics

In this study and research unit we do not prescribe final (BA or MSc) dissertation topics.

As a student you can suggest your own topic or choose among a range of available themes, even prior to your enrolment.

The final topic of your dissertation will be agreed jointly between yourself, your Academic Advisor and the Department.

Application

The Faculty of Economics organizes the allocation of thesises through a central web-based registration procedure. The Departments of Management, Taxation, Accounting & Finance, Economics, Business and Human Resource Education and Law. as well as Prof. Dr. Niclas Schaper (Profesorship for Work- and Organizational Psychology).

The aim is to ensure that the thesises that are scheduled for one semester can be equally distributed to the individual chairs in the participating departments with regard to their capacities. At the same time, the students' preferences are considered.

Please note: this system does not replace the official registration in PAUL, but initially serves to allocate final thesises within the four participating departments. The assignment of students to their supervisors takes about 1 - 1 ½ months. Then you will be informed by mail about your acceptance and contact persons.

Supervision

Each student is allocated a personal Academic Advisor for their dissertation.

At the start of the semester students can find out more about the organisation and structure of dissertations at an Introduction Session. The date of the event is included in your dissertation acceptance email.

Further information and advice on how to write a dissertation can be found in a guidance booklet, which includes a standard dissertation format.

Credit transfers

All relevant information for exchange students can be found at the webpage for Internationalisation at the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics.

 

 

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