Research Projects in International Management II


Module Description:



Analyzing Mentoring for Expatriates from both Mentor and Mentee Perspective

Most research on mentoring focuses on the mentee perspective only. In order to develop a holistic picture of mentoring, the aim of this research project is to explore how mentor and mentee perspective can differ and how synergies can be developed. Students will collect data on mentoring relationships in multinational companies from different countries. Students will be assisted by members of the department in analyzing the collected data. The project will enable them to identify and critically reflect problems in the area of international management research as well as apply advanced methods of research to solve these problems. The research project is not restricted to a specific geographical area. All interested students should contact Judith Ambrosius for more information and schedule an appointment.





Course Frequency:

summer term (SS) / winter term (WS)

Admission Regulations:

Registration via StudOn is not required.

Registration via MeinCampus (please compare with examination number).


Submission of a seminar paper

Examination Number:

64901 Research Projects in International Management II



Prof. Dr. Dirk Holtbrügge

  • Job title: Chairholder; Dean of International Affairs
  • Organization: Department of International Management
  • Phone number: +49 911 5302 452
  • Email:
  • Consultation hours:
    Please make an appointment with the secretariat.

Responsible Assistant

Judith Ambrosius, M.Sc.

  • Job title: Teaching and Research Associate
  • Organization: Department of International Management
  • Phone number: +49 911 5302 102
  • Email:
  • Consultation hours:
    by appointment

    • Unternehmer und Unternehmen
    • Personalmanagement
    • Internationalisierung mittelständischer Unternehmungen
    • Partner universities; Scholarships; ERASMUS