Teaching in winter term 2020/21
Last updated: 20.07.2020. Kindly note that this information may be subject to changes. Please stay attentive to our websites and StudOn courses.
A successful and instructive summer term is drawing to a close. Thank you for going on this digital adventure with us! We hope you have enjoyed our virtual teaching efforts and you have taken away a lot of interesting insights for your professional and personal life.
Now it’s time to start thinking about winter term 2020/21!
We are happy to announce that all mandatory subjects will take place. Furthermore, we are luckily able to provide a broad spectrum of our required elective courses. For details on the choice of courses offered by our Department, please review the lists down below.
- Intercultural Competence: This course will be offered in a hybrid form in winter term 2020/21. Further information will follow in due course.
- Case Studies in International Management: This course will be offered in a hybrid form in winter term 2020/21. Further information will follow in due course.
- Internationale Unternehmensführung: Dieser Kurs findet, wie immer, virtuell statt.
- Foundations of International Management I (Lecture and Seminar): The lecture and seminar for this module will both take place virtually.
- Foundations of International Management II (Lecture and Seminar): The lecture and seminar for this module will both take place virtually.
- Personalmanagement (Vorlesung und Seminar): Die Vorlesung und das zugehörige Seminar finden virtuell statt.
- International Marketing: This course is a brand new VHB course, which will debut in winter term 2020/21. The entire course is of course offered virtually.
- International Management Solutions: This course will not take place in winter term 2020/21. Students who require this course for their successful graduation from the MIBS program please contact Laura Kirste.
- Research Projects in International Management: Throughout winter term 2020/21, the Department will offer several exciting research projects to master students who have a particular interest in international business and a regional focus on Russia, China, and India. For details, please remain attentive to our website.
If you have any questions regarding the courses, please contact the respective research assistant directly. You will find the contact details at the bottom of each course’s page. Moreover, please feel free to reach out to your program coordinators:
- Nikhila Raghavan for new IBS bachelor students
- Christina Kempf for currently enrolled IBS bachelor students
- Laura Kirste for all IBS master students.