International cooperation

The program's international profile rests on several pillars: its intensive language training, its obligatory international internship, its opportunities for study abroad and the content of the program's curriculum.

The language instruction for professional purposes in the two required languages English and French or another international language of trade in accordance with the language requirements in particular constitutes the basis of the program's international orientation. In the second segment of studies, students can further add to their language skills by using the broad-ranging language offerings available at the faculty (such as Japanese, Spanish or Italian).

The intensive, practice-oriented language training for professional purposes is meaningfully complemented by instruction in intercultural management, intercultural synergies as well as nationally specific difference in company cultures.

Experience reports on foreign stays (mostly in german)