Economics

In the Bachelor’s degree course in Economics a high value is placed on the theoretical foundations of economics, practical relevance, and the ability to apply statistical and econometric methods. Students acquire an extensive knowledge of economics and are familiarised with Business Administration, private law, and subject-specific English. In some lectures and seminars, English is used as the language of instruction. Since there are a great many subject-specific options, it is possible, despite high student numbers, to work in small seminars and project groups and acquire competencies such as rhetorical skills, presentational techniques, and the ability to carry out data research. The fifth semester enables students of economics to spend a semester abroad without prolonging their studies.

The necessary information can be found under the following links.  If you have any further questions you should contact the advisers of studies.