|Affiliated University||Bangalore University, Bangalore|
|Year of affiliation||1999|
|Institute Type||Private Un-Aided|
|Campus Size||8.5 acres|
|Average Fees||Rs. 1,50,000 Annually|
|Study Mode||Part Time|
|Foreign Exchange Program||No|
|Student Faculty ratio||291:5|
|BA10 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 40,000 - 3,04,000|
|B.Com6 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 60,000 - 3,33,000|
|BSc5 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 1,99,000 - 2,58,000|
|BBA4 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 85,000 - 3,48,000|
|BCA2 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 2,58,000 - 2,73,000|
|PGDM4 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 25,000|
|MSc4 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 89,500 - 2,19,000|
|M.Com3 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 75,000 - 1,00,000|
|MA3 Courses||Annual Fee₹ 69,500 - 2,29,000|
|MCA1 Course||Annual Fee₹ 2,59,000|
|MSW1 Course||Annual Fee₹ 1,79,000|
Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Appalachian State University offers a challenging academic environment, energetic campus life and breathtaking location. Appalachian combines the best attributes of a small liberal arts college with those of a large research university. Known for its value and affordability, Appalachian enrolls about 17,000 students and offers more than 140 undergraduate and graduate majors. Small classes and close interactions between faculty and students create a strong sense of community, which has become an Appalachian hallmark. Appalachian, located in Boone, N.C., is one of 16 universities in theUniversity of North Carolina system.
Appalachian State University
Address: ASU Box 32004 Boone, North Carolina 28608
Telephone: 828-262-2000 (switchboard)
Fachhochschule Dortmund was officially founded in 1971 but had its oldest predecessor, the "Royal Master-Workman School of Mechanical Engineering", already opened its doors in 1890. The basic idea of the tradition of this school still applies today: Lectures as well as research activities are oriented to the solution of application-related problems and tasks. Professors with work experiences guarantee the connection to practice and enable today a rich program of around 30 courses: From Architecture and Design, Computer Science and Engineering to Applied Social Science and Business Studies. Around 10,000 students are now enrolled at the University of Applied Sciences and Arts in Dortmund.
Dortmund can look back upon a history which is now over 1,100 years old. However, the city only became truly important during the period of industrialization in the second half of the 19th century. Coal and steel - not to mention the famous Dortmund breweries - made Dortmund into one of the largest cities in the Ruhr Area of Germany. Today Dortmund has a population of about 600,000 and is both the economic and cultural center of Westphalia, the fulcrum of a region which is currently experiencing a dynamic structural change. Future-oriented companies, commercial businesses, banks, insurance companies and research institutes now make up the focus of Dortmund's economy. Not to be forgotten that Dortmund belongs to the Ruhr Area, a closely spaced conglomerate of cities that sum up to more than 5,000,000 people; an area full of additional cultural offers and economic power.
Faculty of Business Studies
With over 50 full-time professors and, depending upon course offerings, an additional 30 lecturers who come from numerous business sectors, along with 1900 students, the Faculty of Business Studies is the largest of the seven departments at Fachhochschule Dortmund. The Faculty of Business Studies offers degrees in Business Administration (BA), International Business (BA), Finance, Accounting, Controlling, and Taxation (FACT, BSc), Administrational Logistics (BSc) and Business Information Technology (BSc; in collaboration with the Faculty of Computer Science) as well as postgraduate degrees - European Master in Project Management (MA) and Risk & Finance (MSc) and also a distance learning joint study program in Business Administration for New Public Management (MBA).
The roots of the department stretch back to the Technical College for Industrial Managers in Dortmund, which was the foundational core of the Department of Business Studies established at the Fachhochschule Dortmund in 1971.
The international orientation of the department found its earliest expression in the International Business program, in place since 1989. At that time it was developed as a double-degree program with the goal of a European college education, and since 2006 it has gone forward with bachelor's degree programs in International Business with double degree and free mover partner colleges which are spread all over the world.
The significant number of foreign students attending these programs is not the only evidence of the international dimension of the Department of Business Studies. This is also reflected in the fact that the department collaborates with more than 50 partner colleges in Europe and overseas. These contacts are also the foundation of numerous research collaborations. Focal points of research involve, among others, the development of multi-media programs, of business models, of expert systems for corporate planning and decision support, and the economic uses of mobile systems. The result of these innovations and also the specific focus on practical experience of the educational program along with its scientific orientation and connections with the regional economy are reflected in the demand for places in the programs of study.FHDW Fachhochschule der Wirtschaft, Germany
The FHDW is a business oriented university dedicated to preparing future managers for the real demand of future business. The FHDW has many institutional and company partnerships around the globe enabling our students to complete courses of study abroad and also to complete international internships. The FHDW offers dual bachelor and master degrees in a system which is unique through its dual courses of studies.
As one of the first private universities in Germany the FHDW was founded in 1993. Key competence is the advanced experience with dual course of studies in Business Administration and Information Science for Business.
The quarterly change between theoretical and practical phase is the key competence of the FHDW. Studying in small groups, intensive individual support, intensive mentoring by the lecturers, highly practical oriented lecturs and a high number of international university cooperations are other key indicators.E M Normandie - Normandy Business School, Caen, France
The Ecole de Managaement de Normandie is one of the main business schools in France, providing managers and entrepreneurs with the knowledge and savoir-fair to excel in their chosen careers, through 3 effective strategies:
* A pedagogy combining academic with professional experience;
* International experience: study periods and internships abroad;
* Personal decelopment and coaching in communication skills.
With its network of nearly 150 international partner institutions, EM NORMANDIE has developed a wide range of teaching and research programmes grounded in the assets of the region and the quality of its staff.
Our mission is to create a Global Village by:
* providing incoming and outgoing students with an opportunity to widen their world view and life experience.
* Facilitating students integration into new cultures and new pedagogical systems, while encouraging student autonomy, responsibility and sensitivity.
* Cultivating mutually rewarding international academic partnerships which promote the exchange of students and foster collaboration in research and teaching experise between faculty members.
* Internationalisation@home: fostering an internationally mixed staff and students body; hosting international events; surveillance of international developments which impact or demand action at home.
International development Office accompanies incoming international students throughout their study abroad experience. It assists students with lodging, banking, immigration, etc, allowing non French speakers and others to minimise worry and maximise integration.
The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences (HNU) is an international business school which welcomes students from all over Germany and the world. Our aim is to educate students who are keen on results and to prepare them throughly for their future roles in management. Our bachelor and master's programmes are strongly grounded in the practical application of academic theory.
Courses taught in English
Lectures at the HNU are either given in German or, in many cases, in English only.
In 'Business studies' (B.A.) four entire focus fields are held in English:
International business administration
Transport, environment and international logistics
International management and leadership
Business information systems
Each focus field includes several seminars.
The 'Information management and corporate communications' B.A. programme and the newely introduced 'Information management automotive' B.Sc. programme both include two semesters held exclusively in English.
At the Master's level, the focus area 'International brand and sales management' is taught in English.
The range of courses in English is complemented by a number of optional courses, e.g.'Corporate finance','Cross-cultural aspects of business' and 'Managerial economics'.
Studying at the HNU
The Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences consists of the following academic departments:
Department of Business and Economics
Department of Information management
Department of Healthcare management
Department of Professional and postgraduate studies
Undergraduate programmes usually take seven semester to complete, including one internship and the final thesis, whereas the master's degree requires four semesters of study. The part-time professional degree programmes take four to six semesters, depending on the programme.
HNU academic calendar
The academic year at HNU consists of a summer and a winter semester.
Teaching period summer semester: mid-March to mid-July
Teaching period winter semester: October to mid-February
For our international students, the International office holds welcoming weeks prior to the beginning of the teaching period.
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