Sustainable Management of Resources

 

Sustainable Management of Resources

Bachelor, part-time

Overview

Autumn 2016 will mark the start of the interdisciplinary degree program Sustainable Management of Resources, which was developed in partnership with companies and government agencies. Given the global social challenges of climate change, scarcity of resources, waste management and avoidance and the increasingly stringent environmental legislation associated with all this, the primary focus of the degree program is on designing and optimizing sustainable inter-organizational value chains in companies, from product development to disposal and recycling. Therefore the degree program combines engineering, natural sciences, methods of resource management, business administration and environmental law.

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Silke Wiesbauer
Barbara Zottl
Vienna BioCenter
Helmut-Qualtinger-Gasse 2, OG3.F.07
1030 Vienna
P: +43 1 606 68 77-3560
F: +43 1 606 68 77-3569
nrm@fh-campuswien.ac.at

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Duration of course
6 Semester
Final degree
Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc)
20Study places
180ECTS
Organisational form
part-time

Application period for the academic year 2020/21

1st November 2019 to 31st May 2020

tuition fee / semester:

€ 363,361

+ ÖH premium + contribution2

 

1 Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727,- per semester

 

2 for additional study expenses
(currently up to € 83,- depending on degree program and year)

What you can offer

You wish to apply technical, scientific and business expertise to develop environmentally friendly solutions and products that are also profitable. You enjoy conceptual thinking, are open to innovative approaches and have a practical approach to tasks. You see identifying potential for improvement as a central challenge for your future career.

What we offer you

The degree program was developed on a needs-oriented basis together with production and waste management companies and government agencies. These companies and agencies will provide high-caliber experts as lecturers, support extensive internships and grant deep insights into their facilities and infrastructure through excursions. This network of companies and agencies will provide opportunities for research and development projects and will enable you to make valuable contacts for your future career already during your studies. The Vienna Biocenter, the top life sciences address in Austria, also provides the perfect learning atmosphere with its well-equipped lecture halls and laboratories for chemistry and microbiology. The degree program shares this FH-location with the bachelor's degree programs of Packaging Technology and the Biotechnology Department. In many occasions you will benefit from FH Campus Wien as a multidisciplinary university with interdisciplinary activities for example in the area of research and development, as well as events such as the Campus Lectures, public lecture evenings with prominent experts, that FH Campus Wien regularly invites you to join.

What makes this degree program special?

  • Interdisciplinary degree program for sustainability experts in business
  • Focus on comprehensive value chains from product design to disposal and recycling
  • Collaborations with production and waste management companies as well as authorities guarantee a practical orientation

Given the global social challenges of climate change, scarcity of resources, waste management and avoidance and the increasingly stringent environmental legislation associated with all this, the need for practically trained experts for resource management and waste management who can go straight to work for companies continues to grow. A primary goal is to design sustainable products and processes and to coordinate them with one another such that resources in the entire value chain are used carefully and waste is avoided as much as possible or is used productively as recyclable materials. In addition, the degree program focuses on the needs of public institutions such as municipalities. 

The ability to think outside the box and pursue innovative approaches is crucial for sustainable results. This may even mean changing the existing business model and further developing everything from manufacturing to services. For example, a manufacturer of cleaning products containing non-biodegradable substances may additionally offer their use as a service and thus make the reduction an economic goal of their company. This increases the added value and is sustainable at the same time.


What you will learn in the degree program

In this degree program you will acquire technical and scientific fundamentals as well as the methods of resource management, a robust business administration education as well as know-how in environmental law.

  • The curricular topics of study are “Methods of Resource Development”, “Law and Quality Management”, “Management” and “Sector-specific Resource Development”
  • Special attention is given to the characteristics of packaging and food manufacturers, the chemical industry and commercial enterprises. Renewable resources play an equally important role in the degree program as a holistic view of the entire system.
  • The central focus of the degree program is the ecological, economic and social dimensions of sustainability, which you will learn to integrate throughout the life cycle of a product, from development and production to distribution and disposal.
  • A high priority is given to environmental legislation since the legal framework is often a driving force for companies to make product changes.

Curriculum

LectureSWSECTS
Mathematics in Resource Management ILV

Mathematics in Resource Management ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Simon Krauter, BSc

1.5SWS
3ECTS
1.53
Physics in Resource Management ILV

Physics in Resource Management ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Simon Krauter, BSc

2.5SWS
5ECTS
2.55
Introduction to Resource Management ILV

Introduction to Resource Management ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter, Dipl.-Ing. Bernhard Wohner, BEd

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Business Management - Basics ILV

Business Management - Basics ILV

Lector: FH-Hon.Prof. Dr. Dr. Herwig W. Schneider

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Accounting and Controlling ILV

Accounting and Controlling ILV

Lector: Mag. Jacqueline Dyadio

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Methods of Resource Management ILV

Methods of Resource Management ILV

Lector: DI Markus Meissner

1.5SWS
3ECTS
1.53
Environmental Legislation ILV

Environmental Legislation ILV

Lector: Katharina Isepp, LL.M. (WU) MSc, MMag. Antonella Krenn

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Legal Basics ILV

Legal Basics ILV

Lector: Dr. Hutan Rahmani, LL.M.

1.5SWS
3ECTS
1.53

LectureSWSECTS
Waste Legislation ILV

Waste Legislation ILV

Lector: Mag. Reka Krasznai, Mag. Ulrich Kremser

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Basics of waste management law in Austria and in the European Union.
Austrian waste legislation:
• Waste Management Act (WMA 2002)
• Regulations on waste management law 2002
• Federal Waste Management Plan
• Registration, electronic data management, waste accounting
Classification of waste:
• Non-hazardous waste
• Hazardous waste
• Types of waste, waste catalogue, list of waste
Collection and recycling systems:
• Packaging
• End-of-life vehicles
• Waste of electric and electronical equipment
Selected areas of EU-waste legislation

Assessment methods

Immanent lecture with final exam.

Overall 100 points can be achieved. Students need to achieve at least 60 points to be positive.

Teaching methods

Blended learning, consisting of teacher lecture, practical exercises and student presentations.

36
Organization of Production and Labor SE

Organization of Production and Labor SE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Johannes Sailer

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Basics of organization design
Organization in an industrial enterprise
Product planning and construction
Technical drawings and bills of material
Production preparation and shop floor papers
Production planning and control

Assessment methods

Integrated course with immanent examinations. 100 points, 60 points to pass.

Teaching methods

Lecturing
Assignments
Examples from the industry
Simulation

12
Chemistry in Resource Management ILV

Chemistry in Resource Management ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing.in Elisabeth Pinter, BSc, Bernhard Rainer, MSc

2.5SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

General and inorganic chemistry:
• Structure and models of atoms
• Periodic table of elements
• chemical bonds
• Acid-base-reactions
• physical states
• chemical balance
Organic chemistry:
• Types of bonds
• Substance classes (saturated and unsaturated carbohydrates, aromatic compounds, alcohols, phenolic substances, ether, sulfuric compounds, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acid und derivates, amines);
• Organic acids/bases
• Mechanisms of reactions
Environmental chemistry:
• Pollutants
• Analytics
• Cases
Toxicology
Practical course in chemistry
• Safety aspects
• Lab protocols
• Handling of main chemical equipment
• inorganic chemistry: semi-quantitative analytics
• pH-value
• Precipitation reactions
• Thin layer chromatography
• Calculation and preparation of solutions

Assessment methods

This is an integrated course with immanent examinations.
In total, 100 points are achievable, 60 points are needed for positive evaluation.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

2.55
Introduction to Corporate IT ILV

Introduction to Corporate IT ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Kfm. Daniel Walkiewicz

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

In this course an overview is given concerning business IT in the context of the packaging industry:
+ trends, products and typical software
+ tools to support processes with software
+ successful implementation of software

Assessment methods

100 points, positive > 60 points

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

12
International Product Compliance ILV

International Product Compliance ILV

Lector: DI Thomas Maier

1.5SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

>Legal Basis
-Packaging Directive
-WEEE Directive
-Batteries Directive
-ROHS Directive
-REACH Directive
-Eco-Design Directive
>Manufacturer responsibility
-Obligations of the producers
-Steering effects
>Implementation of EU directives in national law
-Overview of implementation in Austria and the most important European markets
-Strategies and action alternatives for affected producers including best practice examples
>Achievement of product compliance in Austria and on the most important markets

Assessment methods

Integrated course with immanent examinations. 100 points, 60 points to pass.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

1.53
Sustainable Management of Resources ILV

Sustainable Management of Resources ILV

Lector: Mag. Ernst Ternon, MSc, MSc, MBA

2.5SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

> Definition and principles of sustainability
> Integration of the environment, social and economic action
> Sustainability strategies
> Sustainable economic ethics
> Sustainability in resource management
• Life cycle assessment across the entire supply chain
• Sustainability in design
• Reuse and recycling
• Sustainable business strategies

Assessment methods

A total of 100 points can be achieved.
From 60 points the ILV is positively completed.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

2.55
Environmental Biology and Hygiene ILV

Environmental Biology and Hygiene ILV

Lector: Mag. Erik Pauer, Bernhard Rainer, MSc

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Ecology
• Environment and Resources
• Habitats
• Populations and communities
• Biodiversity
Microbiology and Hygiene
• Prokaryonts – properties
• Eukaryonts - properties
• Systematics
• Principles of hygiene
Human Ecology
Practical course in microbiology
• Principles of working under sterile conditions
• Isolation and cultivation of microorganisms
• microbial count
• Microscopy

Assessment methods

This is an integrated course with immanent examinations.
In total, 100 points are achievable, 60 points are needed for positive evaluation.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

24
Business Ethics and CSR ILV

Business Ethics and CSR ILV

Lector: Mag. Ernst Ternon, MSc, MSc, MBA

1.5SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

> Clarification of terms
> Overview of the topics of economic ethics
> Fundamentals of the philosophy of responsibility * 2
> Dimensions of Corporate Social Responsibility
> Standards and guidelines for CSR
- IS0 2600
- ONR 192500et SR 10
- IQ-Net SR 10
- Global Reporting Initiative AA1000

Assessment methods

A total of 100 points can be achieved.
From 60 points the ILV is positively completed

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

1.53

LectureSWSECTS
Ecodesign ILV

Ecodesign ILV

Lector: DI Markus Meissner

1.5SWS
3ECTS
1.53
Product Development ILV

Product Development ILV

Lector: Mag. Barbara Hofleitner

1.5SWS
3ECTS
1.53
Process Technology ILV

Process Technology ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter

2.5SWS
5ECTS
2.55
Quality Management ILV

Quality Management ILV

Lector: Lukas Weiss, MSc

1.5SWS
3ECTS
1.53
Advances Quality Management ILV

Advances Quality Management ILV

Lector: Mag. Josef Ruh

1SWS
2ECTS
12
Materials in Resource Management ILV

Materials in Resource Management ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter

2SWS
4ECTS
24
Life Cycle Assessment ILV

Life Cycle Assessment ILV

Lector: Viktoria Helene Gabriel, MSc, Marina Kreuzinger, BSc MSc

2.5SWS
5ECTS
2.55
Exercises - Life Cycle Assessment UE

Exercises - Life Cycle Assessment UE

Lector: Viktoria Helene Gabriel, MSc, Marina Kreuzinger, BSc MSc

2.5SWS
5ECTS
2.55

LectureSWSECTS
Introduction to Waste Management ILV

Introduction to Waste Management ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Dr. Peter Hodecek, MBA

2.5SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

- Overview of the waste economy and its main players
- economic and regulatory framework
- classification and division of waste
Non-harmful waste
Harmful waste
Waste types, waste catalogue, waste list
- registration of wastes (collection, temporary storage and transport)
-methods and procedures of waste treatment
Removal of waste
Recovery of waste
Recycling
Energetic use
- treatment of waste
Mechanical treatment
Physical and chemical processes
Biological treatment
-management of waste in practice
Review and reporting system
Registration
Electronic database management
- collecting and recycling system
Packaging
End-of-life vehicles
Electrical and old electrical devices
- Field trip to waste managing businesses

Assessment methods

Immanent examination with final exam.
In total 100 points can be achieved. With over 60 points the seminar is completed successfully.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of teacher’s presentation, practical tasks, presentations of the students and e-learning modules.

Language

German

2.55
Resource Managemen for Production and Retailing ILV

Resource Managemen for Production and Retailing ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Christian Pladerer

1SWS
2ECTS

Lecture contents

Frameworks of the production industry and commerce in Austria and Europe
-economic frameworks
-structure of the production industry/commerce
-ecological key figures (energy consumption, carbon dioxide emission,…)
Resource management in the production industry- overview and problem areas
Resource management in commerce – overview and problem areas

Assessment methods

Immanent examination with final exam.
In total 100 points can be achieved. With over 60 points the seminar is completed successfully.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of teacher’s presentation, practical tasks, presentations of the students and e-learning modules

Language

German

12
Waste Management and Recycling Technologies ILV

Waste Management and Recycling Technologies ILV

Lector: DI Dr. Lukas Kranzinger

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

Recycling technologies for selective separation of recyclable materials from waste:
o Metals
o Plastics
o Glass
o Paper and cardboard
o Other
- Recycling of electrical and electronic equipment
- Recycling of end-of-life vehicles
- Recycling of construction waste
- Recycling of waste wood
- Recycling of ash and slag
- Treatment and recycling of special industrial wastes
- Preparation and recycling of substitute fuels
- material flow management
- Internal waste management
- life cycle assessments
- System boundaries of recycling
- Cost analysis of waste recycling processes
- Future developments, "new" types of waste (e.g. carbon fibre waste, photovoltaic modules, etc.)
- Excursions to waste management companies (focus on technology)

Assessment methods

Immanent examination with final exam.
In total 100 points can be achieved. With over 60 points the seminar is completed successfully.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of teacher’s presentation, practical tasks, presentations of the students and e-learning modules.

Language

German

36
Environmental and Resource Economics ILV

Environmental and Resource Economics ILV

Lector: FH-Hon.Prof. Dr. Dr. Herwig W. Schneider

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

Introduction
Fundamental connections and positions of the environment and resource economics
Environment/resource economics – kahoot (basic knowledge)
Environmental economic overall account
Efficient markets
Negative external effects and public goods
Correction of market failure
Framework of environmental taxes
Environmental protection specification sheet and master plan in practice
The Austrian environmental technology economy

Assessment methods

29% of the grade are determined through active participation during attendance phase and through working on preparation and work assignments A to F.
The Kahoot-basic knowledge quiz takes up 1 %.
The interim test is 20 % of the grade.
Finally at the end of the course the written exam is taken, which makes up 50 % of the overall grade and has to be positive.
In total 100 points can be achieved. With over 60 points the seminar is completed successfully.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of teacher’s presentation, practical tasks, presentations of the students and e-learning modules.

Language

German

24
Environmental Management Systems ILV

Environmental Management Systems ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Jürgen Schulik

1.5SWS
3ECTS

Lecture contents

The management systems ISO 14001 and EMAS,
environmental aspects
Implementation in organizations and the managementsystem-audit

Assessment methods

100 points, 60% to fulfill the target

Teaching methods

blended learning

Language

German

1.53
Material Flow Management (Bachelor Thesis) SE

Material Flow Management (Bachelor Thesis) SE

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Werner Frühwirth, MSc

2SWS
4ECTS

Lecture contents

• Selected case studies from material flow managing and process optimising companies
• Case studies for system boundaries
• Application of a software for material flow analysis (STAN)

Assessment methods

In total 100 points can be achieved. With over 60 points the seminar is completed successfully.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of teacher’s presentation, practical tasks, presentations of the students and e-learning modules.

Language

German

24
Material Flow Management - Processoptimization ILV

Material Flow Management - Processoptimization ILV

Lector: Dipl.-Ing. Werner Frühwirth, MSc

3SWS
6ECTS

Lecture contents

- framework conditions of the European circular economy
- Introduction and methods for material flow management
- Introduction for material flow analysis and balancing
- temporal and spatial system boundaries
- use of different tools for material flow analysis
- review and reporting system
- electronic data management system
- transfer of waste to foreign countries

Assessment methods

Immanent examination with final exam.
In total 100 points can be achieved. With over 60 points the seminar is completed successfully.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of teacher’s presentation, practical tasks, presentations of the students and e-learning modules.

Language

German

36

LectureSWSECTS
Bachelor Thesis 2 SE

Bachelor Thesis 2 SE

Lector: Univ.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Manfred Tacker

2SWS
10ECTS
210
Vocational Internship PR

Vocational Internship PR

Lector: Univ.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Manfred Tacker

0SWS
19ECTS
019
Reflections on Practical Experience SE

Reflections on Practical Experience SE

Lector: Univ.-Doz. Mag. Dr. Manfred Tacker

1SWS
1ECTS
11

LectureSWSECTS
Purchasing and Supply-Chain-Management ILV 24
Rhetoric and Negotiation Technique ILV 12
Marketing and Product Management ILV 1.53
Logistics ILV 1.53
Operational and Commercial Excellence ILV 1.53
Processmanagement ILV 2.55
Industry Specialization 1 ILV

Industry Specialization 1 ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter, Bernhard Rainer, MSc

2.5SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

Contents:
• Economic and legal framework
• Technologies
• Value chain
• Case Studies: Resource Management
For the following industries:
• Food manufacturers
• Pharmaceutical Industry
• Chemical industry,
• Packaging industry
Excursions to selected companies

Assessment methods

Immanent lecture with final exam.

Overall 100 points can be achieved. Students need to achieve at least 60 points to be positive.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

Language

German

2.55
Industry Specialization 2 ILV

Industry Specialization 2 ILV

Lector: FH-Prof.in DIin DIin Dr.in Victoria Krauter, Bernhard Rainer, MSc

2.5SWS
5ECTS

Lecture contents

Contents:
• Economic and legal framework
• Technologies
• Value chain
• Case Studies: Resource Management
For the following industries:
• Metal industry
• Vehicle manufacturer
• Electrical and electronics industry
• Construction
• Wood processors
Excursions to selected companies

Assessment methods

Immanent lecture with final exam.

Overall 100 points can be achieved. Students need to achieve at least 60 points to be positive.

Teaching methods

Blended learning consisting of lectures, workshops, student presentations and E-learning-units.

Language

German

2.55

Number of teaching weeks
16 per semester

Electives
Selection and participation according to available places. There may be separate admission procedures.

Language of instruction
German

How you benefit

Sustainable management of resources is the core task of waste management companies and today is increasingly important in production and service companies. Until now this educational profile has been lacking on the market, meaning that with this degree you will be prepared to take on a wide variety of positions such as junior manager for resource management and waste management, expert for waste management and disposal concepts, life cycle analysis, sustainability reports, material flow management and resource optimization projects. Your potential professional portfolio will include the function of waste manager as well as the implementation and monitoring of operational waste management systems.

In the manufacturing industry your interdisciplinary know-how will qualify you for challenges in product development, product management, production as well as an office for resource optimization and waste management. With your expertise, you will be able to assume project responsibility for resource efficiency and sustainability for product developments and for supervising company environmental management systems. Important fields of activity for your future are as an expert in purchasing and sales as well as logistics.

  • Waste management company
  • Manufacturing industry
    • Packaging and food manufacturers
    • Chemical & pharmaceutical industries
    • Metal industry
    • Vehicle manufacturers
    • Construction industry
  • Commercial enterprises
  • Technical offices and service companies
  • Research institutions
  • Management consultancy

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Admission

Admission requirements

  • Higher education entrance qualification:
    • School leaving certificate from a secondary school or a secondary technical school.
    • Secondary school vocational certificate (Berufsreifeprüfung)
    • Equivalent certificate from abroad

Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section.

  • University entrance qualification examination (Studienberechtigungsprüfung)

For more information about which university entrance qualification examinations are recognized, please visit the secretary's office. 

Further information about the auxiliary examinations is available at the Secretary's office.

Application

There are 20 places available in the bachelor's degree program each year.

To apply you will require the following documents:

  • Birth certificate
  • Proof of citizenship
  • School leaving certificate / university entrance qualification examination / verification of professional qualifications
  • If necessary, the certificate of completion of compulsory military or civil service.
  • For those changing degree programs: transcripts of the examinations completed
  • Letter of motivation
  • CV in table form

Please note:
It is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. references) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person by no later than the start of the degree program.

Admission procedure

The admission procedure consists of a written test and an interview with the admission committee.

  • Aim
    The aim is to ensure places are offered to those persons who complete the multi-level admission procedure with the best results. The tests are designed to assess the skills needed for your chosen profession.
  • Process
    In a written test your logical thinking skills and understanding of scientific processes are analyzed and documented. This test serves to determine your aptitude for a scientific education and is not intended to assess your knowledge. In the second phase of the admission procedure you will take part in an interview to help determine your ability and readiness to learn. The focus is on motivation, capacity for careful consideration, ability to work well under pressure and endurance as well as the ability to express yourself verbally. The admission interview will be evaluated by a score.
  • Criteria
    The criteria for acceptance are based solely on performance. The geographical origin of the applicant has no influence on the admission decision. The admission requirements must be met in all cases. Applicants are evaluated according to the following weighting system:
    • Admission test (60%)
    • Admission interview (40%)
    The admission committee (which comprises, among others, the head of the academic section and representatives of the teaching staff) awards places to the applicants who score highest in the tests. The process as a whole and all test and assessment results from the admission procedure are documented in a transparent and verifiable manner.

Studying with disabilities

You want to apply for the course and require support due to a disability, chronic illness or restriction?
Please contact:
Mag.a Ursula Weilenmann

Gender & Diversity Management
barrierefrei@fh-campuswien.ac.at


Contact

Secretary's office

Silke Wiesbauer
Barbara Zottl
Vienna BioCenter
Helmut-Qualtinger-Gasse 2, OG3.F.07
1030 Vienna
P: +43 1 606 68 77-3560
F: +43 1 606 68 77-3569
nrm@fh-campuswien.ac.at

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Office hours during semester
Mon to Wed, 9.00 a.m.-12.00 p.m. and
1.00 p.m.-3.00 p.m.

Teaching staff and research staff


Cooperations and Campusnetzwerk

We work closely with numerous biotech companies, universities, such as the University of Vienna, and research institutes and have a strong international network. This guarantees you strong contacts for your internship, a semester abroad, participation in research and development activities and your future employment. You can find information about our cooperation activities and much more at Campusnetzwerk. It’s well worth visiting the site as it may direct you to a new job or interesting event held by our cooperation partners!

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