Which industries should I consider for traineeship?
What are my career perspectives once I have graduated as a Bachelor?
Answers to these and other questions are provided in the "Bachelor meets Business" series, which is organized every Winter semester. In these events, students have the opportunity to make contacts with renowned companies. The events start with a short presentation by the company invited, in which its representatives introduce themselves with a description of their own career. Afterwards, the students can ask questions with regard to possible internships and post-studies perspectives. The evening is rounded off by a casual get-together in the hall providing opportunities for individual conversations.
The Dies academicus ceremony, followed by the WiWi-Party ReConnect, is ideal occasion to gain an insight into the diverse activities of the Faculty of Economics and Business, make contacts with lecturers, fellow students and former students, and enjoy the evening together. Students are cordially invited.
WiWi Student Body
The WiWi Student Body represents the interests of the students at the Faculty. Students from all semesters are involved in the Student Body and work on matters such as providing optimal study conditions.
Other Student Initiatives
A wide range of student initiatives will stimulate your time as a student at the Faculty, giving you plenty of opportunities to get involved and exchange ideas with other students. By volunteering in these initiatives, students ultimately benefit in many ways: managing projects, leading teams, moderating discussions, conducting negotiations and resolving conflicts - these are all vital soft skills as you enter the professional world.
An overview and all contact details can be found here.
Jobs at the Faculty of Economics and Business
Information on current Student Assistant and Tutor positions at the Faculty can be found here.