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Fachhochschule fur Angewandtes Management
Selden, Germany


University description (as per official university website)

We see ourselves as a center of competence for action.

We create and communicate knowledge of practical value on an academic level.

Our participants develop or develop entrepreneurial thinking and acting, and joy of creativity and innovation. We combine professional activities with scientific training, and prepare our students specifically for professional and managerial tasks.

We ensure that our graduates for the position, the skills acquired in the practice for themselves and for the organizations themselves are short term and social consequences. With our training, they achieve their objectives faster, better, easier and more economical.

We support the development of personalities and next to promote technical and methodological skills, the development of personal and social skills.

We combine business and science.

We cooperate with companies and thus achieve a mutual, continuous knowledge.

Companies and institutions will benefit from our expertise of our innovation and our applied research.

Through research and development, knowledge and technology, we support regional development.

In addition, the region receives impulses through events for the continuous exchange of business and science. The involvement of international partners will be sought.

We show profile - in teaching and research.

We focus on a few business-related courses in these areas and seek a leading position in teaching.

In selected areas we research and develop application-specific solutions to issues of practice. Each course has at least a while in the topics field leadership in Germany.

Our applied research is also an important pillar for our teaching.

We maintain contacts with partner universities and companies around the world and particularly support the international exchange of students and teachers with our partner universities. We are actively seeking international cooperation in the field of teaching, research and training.

We pursue a clear goal: successful graduates.

Scientific Working for us means always concrete solutions based on the current state of the science. And that also means: basic knowledge, mental models, working models and methodology are always taught with a view to practical application.

Our teachers combine the latest scientific knowledge, with high practical relevance.

Additional experts from science and establish the balance in the tension between theory and practice.

Our working students bring a high level of practical skills with a. We use the specific experiences of our students and connect them with the course content and thus contribute to ensuring that it reflects from a scientific background and can be shared with other students.

As part of the case-and problem-oriented way of working, participants can bring current topics in the profession. What is developed in the study, can be put then on a short way into professional practice. Then bring every piece of professional work new impetus.

Teaching with demand.

With training in skills, we use the full range of teaching and learning methods. Current knowledge of university teaching to flow continuously into our methodical approach to a semi-virtual university.
Our teaching approach allows that successful learning is fun. It promotes teamwork, the integration of modern media and above all, a partnership of motivated students and by experienced teachers.
The students are supported by a qualified, personal service. Our study begins coaching before commencement of study and goes beyond the successful completion. Through this intensive care, we achieve a high success rate.

As part of the legal options and the inputs are taken into account prior knowledge of our students as much as possible.

Reinforces the high standard of quality education. We measure our success on the professional success of graduates and the satisfaction of the students. Through a regular external evaluation to avoid, we remain undesirable.

Partnership is our motto.

Our employees are our success factors. Performance and motivation are enhanced by autonomy and self-responsibility, through a stimulating environment and competent colleagues.

Our students bring unique capabilities and determination. These properties are characterized in the wake of our graduates.

We see ourselves as a "Learning College". Each of us is working to continuously learn. The personal development of all employees is encouraged.

Openness, trust and dedication characterize the cooperation of both staff and students as well as the relationship with the relevant stakeholders.

Our communication with each other and the outside is marked by transparency and openness, participation and cooperation. These principles are all members of our college bound.

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