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English Language Courses for Exchange Students in SoSe 2020

Faculty of Business and Economics

International Trade Theory and Policy
Mon 18:15-19:45 and Wed 8:15-9:45
5Prof. Richert
Mon 16:15-17:45 and Tue 8:15-9:45
5Prof. Richert
Exchange Rates and International Macroeconomic Policy
Thu 8:15-9:45 and Thu 10:15-11:45
5Ms Kotsch
Management Accounting & Management Control
Mon 14:15-15:45 and Mon 16:15-17:45
5Prof. Schuster
Business Cycle Analysis
Mon 14:15-15:45 and Mon 16:15-17:45
5Prof. Breig
Game Theory
Tue 14:15-15:45 and Tue 16:15-17:45
5Prof. Breig

Faculty of Computer Sciences

IT-Security (advanced chapter)
Thu 11:45-13:15, afterwards exercises in groups
3Prof. Staudemeyer
Mobile Security
Mon 16:00-17:30 and Tue 10:00-11:30
5Prof. Staudemeyer
Mobile Systems
Thu 8:15-9:45 and Fri 8:15-9:45
5Prof. Cebulla
Computational Intelligence
Tue 17:45-19:15 and Thu 14:15-15:45
5Prof. Golz
Mobile Information Architectures
Wed 8:15-9:45 and Wed 10:00-11:30
5Prof. Englmeier
Human-Computer Interaction
Tue 16:00-17:30 (odd weeks) and Wed 11:45-13:15
5Prof. Englmeier
Project Management
Tue 17:45-19:15 and Thu 8:15-9:45 (even weeks)
5Prof. Englmeier
Big Data Technologies
Tue 8:15-9:45 (even weeks), Tue 10:00-11:30 and Wed 8:15-9:45
5Prof. Stiefel
Selected Chapters Functional Programming
Fri 10:00-11:30 and Fri 11:45-13:15
5Prof. Neuhardt
Media Production I
Thu 10:00-11:30
3Prof. Chantelau
Media Production II
Tue 16:00-17:30 (even weeks) and Wed 8:15-9:45 (odd weeks)
3Prof. Chantelau

Faculty of Business Law

Drafting of international contracts and Conflict of Laws
Mon 10:00-11:30 D0214 and Mon 11:45-13:15 D0214
5Prof. Dr. Rainer Schackmar
European and International Recovery and Insolvency Law
Block course in May
3Keith Gompertz
(Birmingham City)
International Business
Wed 8:15-9:45 D0113
2,5Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schellberg
International Financial Management
Wed 10:00-11:30 D214
3Prof. Dr. Bernhard Schellberg
Private International Law
Wed 10:00-11:30 D0113
3Prof. Dr. Rainer Schackmar
Anglo-American Law
Wed 11:45-13:15 D0113
tbaProf. Dr. Matthias Schneider
European Intellectual Property Law
Block course in April
3Dr. Margery Hilko
Foundation of Corporate Law
Fri 14:15-15:45 H0102
tbaProf. Dr. Norbert Geng
Austrian School of Economics
Fri 16:00-17:30 H0102
tbaProf. Dr. Norbert Geng
European Union Law
Thu 11:45-13:15 D0301
2,5Prof. Dr. Sven Müller-Grune
Intellectual Property Rights in the United States
Block course in June
3Prof. Ralph D. Clifford
EU Labour Law
Thu 14:15-15:45 D0302
3Prof. Dr. Mathias Ulbrich

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering

Faculty of Electrical Engineering

Electronic Control Systems
Mon 8:00-9:30 and Mon 10:00-11:30
5Prof. Schweigel
Human Machine Interaction
Tue 8:00-9:30 and Tue 10:00-11:30
5Prof. Schweigel 
Communication Networks
Tue 16:00-17:30 and Tue 17:45-19:15
5Prof. Roppel
Design of Electronic Components
Wed 8:00-9:30 and Wed 10:00-11:30
5Prof. Fischer
Communication Systems
Mon 16:00-17:30, Tue 10:00-11:30 and Thu 16:00-17:30
5Prof. Roppel
Robot Vision
Mon 12:30-14:00 and Mon 14:15-15:45
5Prof. Schweigel
Thu 8:00-9:30 and Thu 10:00-11:30
5Prof. Bachmann

International School

(a) Language and Communication: German 

In the study area “Language and Communication: German” we offer general German language courses and applied lectures. Intensive German language prep-courses during the semester break enable all foreign students to study in German. The prep-courses and the intensive course “Deutsch Interaktiv und Interkulturell” involve a small personal financial contribution. The free German language courses during the semester address all foreign students wishing to develop or broaden their German skills during their stay in Germany. They are not designed for native speakers and have a limited number of participants. There is a placement test at the beginning of the semester to classify students according to the ECFR levels A1 to C1. Additionally, incoming students are kindly invited to register for the courses of the Centre for Key Skills (in German language) here. The range of courses is as follows: 

Intensive German Language Course A1.2/A23Ms Schmidt
Intensive German Language Course B2/C13Ms Pascinschi
German Language A18Ms Petschauer, Ms Lahmann
German Language A28Ms Pascinschi, Ms Schmidt
German Language B18Ms Petschauer
German Language B28Ms Eckel

(b) Language and Communication: English 

In the study area “Language and Communication” we offer applied English language courses that are complemented by lectures on intercultural sensitisation. The courses on “Business English” prepare the students for demanding professional activities in an international context and are also offered within several skill levels. They are not designed for native speakers and have a limited number of participants. The complementary courses on interculturality aim at an enlightened and reflected foreign experience with intercultural awareness. Additionally, we offer tailored courses on academic writing and reading in an international context. The range of courses is as follows: 

(c) Introduction to German Studies 

The study area “Introduction to German Studies” is supposed to facilitate the students’ orientation in the host country, to sensitise them to cultural and country-specific characteristics in Germany as well as to impart knowledge on Germany’s higher education system. Students are highly recommended to join the introductory workshop in English. Furthermore, the International Office offers field trips to various destinations in order for the students to gather country-specific experience outside the study location. It should be noted that these trips are not compensated with credit points and involve a small personal financial contribution. The range of courses is as follows: 

(d) Introduction to European Studies

The study area “Introduction to International Relations and European Studies” addresses students from outside Europe as well as all other students interested in the socio-scientific analysis of international relations. There is a specific introduction in every semester, which is also suitable for beginners. The range of courses is as follows: 

Introduction to European Studies3Dr. Hornung

(e) International Electives 

The range of courses within the area “International Electives” is supplemented by courses on changing subjects in English. Those events cover comprehensive international aspects relevant to students from all fields. The range of courses is as follows: 

Start-Up-Thinking and Entrepreneurial Spirit3Ms Wassink
Principles of Marketing3Ms Wassink