Faculty of Business and Economics

Faculty of Business and Economics

Start of studies: Apply for the Bachelor programmes of the Faculty by 20 August

Ankündigung Infoveranstaltung zu Klausuren und Prüfungen im SoSe 2020

Welcome to the Faculty of Business and Economics at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen! At the Faculty you can study Business Administration (Bachelor of Science), Economics (Bachelor of Science), 2-subject Bachelor of Economics (Bachelor of Arts), Business Information Systems (Bachelor of Science) and Business and Human Resource Education (Bachelor of Arts). Learn more on our websites for prospective students. Please note that a good knowledge of German is required for our Bachelor's programmes (the information on the programmes is therefore mostly provided in German):

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Prof. Seeber involved in the National Education Report 2020

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Prof. Dr. Susan Seeber, holder of the Chair of Business Education and Human Resource Development at the Faculty of Business and Economics, contributed to the current national education report. As a member of the author group, she is responsible for the chapter on vocational education and training. The report "Education in Germany 2020" is an indicator-based report that depicts the German education system as a whole and ranges from early childhood education, care and upbringing to continuing education in adulthood. This year's main theme is "Education in a digitized world". The report was published on 23 June 2020.

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Online teaching in the summer semester 2020

Großer Arbeitstisch, an dem mehrere Menschen Laptops und Smartphones arbeiten. Man schaut von oben auf die Computer.

Dear students, the special summer semester 2020 due to the corona pandemic is now halfway through. In the meantime, we have certainly all become somewhat accustomed to digital teaching formats and the push in the digitalisation of teaching at universities is considerable. Our faculty has conducted a survey among you about your experiences with digital teaching, the results of which are now available. Almost 70 percent of the more than 800 respondents rate the start of the virtual summer semester as rather good and better. Nevertheless, there is of course still room for improvement. The faculty will therefore remain in close contact with your student representatives in order to continue to work together on improvements in teaching. Furthermore, the faculty has suspended the review of deadlines and credit limits for all students in all semesters for one semester.

Even though, for good reasons, we will unfortunately not offer classroom teaching this semester, we plan to offer both digital and classroom teaching for all students in the coming winter semester. On our website www.wiwi.uni-goettingen.de/sommersemester2020 we will continue to inform you about the latest developments.

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