Swiss German University
University description (as per official university website)
Swiss German University aims to provide quality education within a socially responsible academic community.
Swiss German University provides an internationally recognized curriculum to undergraduates, graduates and post graduates through its focus on teaching, learning and research. The university aims to teach students how to apply knowledge to expand personal growth and opportunities, advance social and community development, and foster economic competitiveness.
Bachelor's Degree Programs
FACULTY OF ENGINEERING
Department of Mechatronic Engineering
Department of Business Engineering (Industrial Engineering)
FACULTY OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
Department of Information and Communication Technology
Department of Information System
FACULTY OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION & HUMANITIES
Department of International Business Administration
Department of Business Administration for Hotel and Tourism Management
Department of Accounting
Department of Communication and Public Relations
FACULTY OF LIFE SCIENCES
Department of Pharmaceutical Engineering
Department of Food Technology
Department of Biomedical Engineering
19th Intake/March 2011
Swiss German University (SGU) offers an International executive education, in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz (Germany) in:
General Business Administration
Business Administration with concentration in Business Engineering
In cooperation with Technical University Ilmenau, Germany.
Engineering Faculty (Dr.-Ing.)
Business Engineering (Industrial Engineering)
Information Technology (Dr.-Ing.)
Information and Communication Technology (ICT)
Business Administration (Dr. rer. pol.)
TECHNISCHE UNIVERSITÄT ILMENAU PROMOTIONSORDNUNG
Life Sciences (Dr. rer. nat.)
Social Sciences (Dr. phil.)
Applicants have to be either staff at SGU or Master's Graduates (S-2) of SGU
Master's Graduates (S-2) of SGU have to have a score of A.
Duration of the programs are 3 to 4 years
Remuneration / Workload
There are no renumeration agreement at TU Ilmenau. However, after 1 year in Germany, a PhD candidate may be considered for remuneration if available.
A PhD candidate will become a SGU staff member. The workload: 60% for academic work at SGU / 40% PhD work.