Summer Semester 2019

WELCOME @ SBE for the Summer Semester 2019



 

End of SEPT                           Generate your Transcript of Records

   
 


  • Academic Calendar

    Please find below our current semester dates:

      

  • Course Offerings

    SBE offers Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses. The Bachelor’s degree courses are concerned with imparting fundamental knowledge in the first two years of study; the third year of study provides options to specialise in the various fields of business, economics and informatics, e.g. in accounting, finance, management, marketing, business cooperations, energy management and many more. Graduate students complete a Master’s degree in one of those areas of specialisation. International exchange students can basically choose from all of the offered courses. Master students may choose from courses of both graduate and undergraduate level. Bachelor students can take all Bachelor courses and also have the possibility to choose from a limited amount of Master courses - depending on their current level of study. Information on contents, knowledge requirements as well as time and place of the respective course are to be found in our Study Guides (Course descriptions), on the Chairs' websites or our university's Online Course Catalogue ("Vorlesungsverzeichnis"):

    ONLINE COURSE CATALOGUE
    (All offered SBE courses with up-to-date details on schedules; mostly in German)

    SS19
    Search function

     
    (All offered SBE courses with detailed course descriptions)
     
    Courses of SS19:
     
    Open Master courses for Bachelor students who:
    - are in their 3rd Bachelor year or are in their 3rd/4th year of a 4-year-Bachelor-program:  List of Master courses
  • Course and Exam Registration

    Approximately one month before the start of a semester - begin of March for the SS / begin of September for the WS - you will receive an email from SBE's Incoming coordinator Martin Schmidt containing all relevant information on the registration and/ or application processes.
    Lectures and Tutorials:
    At our School, you do not register for the attendance at either Lecture or Tutorial, but for the participation in the EXAM itself. Registration for the regular economics and business courses will be after the start of courses, so you do not need to worry about it beforehand.
    Seminars and Business Skills:
    The registration/ application deadlines for seminars and business skills differ widely, but will be communicated before via email. For more information, please visit the respective Chair's website.

     

    via MAIL

    - from your  ...@uni-muenster.de  address
    - to ERASMUS@wiwi.uni-muenster.de , including

    - Name
    - Matriculation Number
    - Course and exam titles
     

    Deadlines:

    • Regular Courses                                                           ...... 17. June 2019
    • Term I Courses, Seminars & Business Skills         ...... 06. May 2019
  • Language Courses @ WWU

    Language courses do not take place at the School of Business and Economics, but at the university's language center. Before the start of the semester you will get the opportunity to take a German intensive course.
    Registration starts on February 04, the course itself is scheduled 2 weeks before the start of the semester. 
    Besides the German intensive course before the semester, you are able to take other language courses during the semester:  language center's own website .

  • Other Courses @ WWU

    The University of Münser (WWU) offers a wide range of subjects, from archaelogy to zoology. If you are interested in taking such courses, please contact the respective exchange coordinator of your faculty of choice. All administrative matters of registration, exams and transcripts then follows the rules of the respective faculty. This means, that after completing a WWU-cours, you will need to ask for a certificate that states your grade as those courses will not appear on Flexnow. The certificate needs to be sent to Martin Schmidt so that your grade can be included to your Transcripf of Records.
  • Exam Schedules

    Times and places of all exams are published even before the start of the semester by the examination office (click here) and on the website PAMBOT.

  • Transcript of Records

    No Transcript of Records (ToR) will be sent to your home university automatically. Results will be published until the end of September. However, the usual correction period is 6 weeks.
     

    SBE Courses
    All grades from SBE courses will be published on the website "Flexnow" and eventually, students can print out a valid Transcript of Records (ToR) on their own. To log-in, please use your matriculation number and the password you received per e-mail. Please follow the instructions in the link in order to see your grades and generate/ print the ToR. The ToR will be valid without a signature due to a validation link and password.

    Language Courses at Language Center
    After completion you will receivea certificate from your teacher. Please send the scanned certificate to the Examination office (ERASMUS@wiwi.uni-muenster.de) and the results will be published on Flexnow as well.

    Courses at other Departments (e.g. law, psychology, sports)
    After completion of the course, ask for a certificate stating the ECTS-credits and grade. Then, ask the lecturer to kindly send a scanned version to "martin.schmidt@wiwi.uni-muenster.de" (not done automatically) or send it to me yourself. The results will not appear on Flexnow, instead, you will receive another version of ToR by e-mail after all your SBE- and language courses' results have been published. For this ToR, please contact me and I will send you an up-to-date ToR with all grades.

     

  • Useful Links

  • Common Terms and Abbreviations

    • WWU
      Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster = University of Münster
    • VVZ
      Vorlesungsverzeichnis = Online Course Overview
    • TOR
      Transcript of Records = Leistungsübersicht
    • SS19 / WS1920
      Summer Semester 2019 / Winter Semester 2019/2020
    • SBE
      School of Business and Economics
    • PAM
      Prüfungsamt = Examination Office
    • LA
      Learning Agreement
    • IRC
      International Relations Center of the School of Business and Economics
      = Martin Schmidt as your Incoming Coordinator
    • IO
      International Office > nearby the Castle/ Schloss
    • ENG / DEU
      English / Deutsch
    • ECTS
      European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System
      1 ECTS credit point = between 25-30 of working hours 
  • FAQs

    Q1: Where do I find up-to-date course offerings?

    You find the latest course offerings here:

    Online Course Catalogue (mostly in German)

    Study Guides

     

    Q2: I am a Bachelor student. Which courses can I take? 

    Bachelor students can take all offered bachelor courses laid out in the Course Catologue and Study Guides.

    Bachelor students who are in their 3rd year of a 4-Year-Bachelor-Program:
    You may also choose certain Master courses. Please consult Martin Schmidt. Bachelor students who are in their 4th year of a 4-Year-Bachelor-Program:
    You may also choose certain Master courses. Please consult Martin Schmidt.

     

    Q4: How do I navigate through the Online Course Catalogue ("Vorlesungsverzeichnis" = VVZ)?

    Visit the VVZ-Website Choose your Level: Bachelor/Master Choose your Program: Business Administration / Economics / Information Systems You can take courses from all academic years.
    NOTE: The divison of the program into academic years is not important to incoming students. Click on a course of interest to see the schedule. Place and time are displayed.

     

    Q3: I am a Master student. Which courses can I take?

    Master students can take all ofered Master & Bachelor courses.
    However: Please always check with your home coordinator if you are able to transfer the credit points.