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1 Study Internship Semester
Berlin School of Economics and Law Department of Cooperative Studies

2 The „Study and Internship Semester“ at the Department of Cooperative Studies – an overview
Combined theory-practice semester based on the cooperative study program of the department Study semester at the Department of Cooperative Studies Internship in one of our partner companies (project work) Program usually begins in the first week of August with the 12 week study period followed by an 8-12 weeks long internship in one of our partner companies English taught modules (3rd year of business programs); optional participation in German taught modules High quality internships in close cooperation with long-standing partner companies (credits granted for internship - project paper required) Admission requirements: very good English skills, basic German skills, very good academic performance

3 The Time Schedule for the „Study and Internship Semester“
Beginning of August (CW 32) Welcome week (August 5 – 11, 2013): Support with registration and housing Welcome meetings First „survival kit“ Buddy program November August– Study semester (August 12 – October 20, 2013) Weekend seminars for exchange students English & German modules from business programs Exams (October 21 – November 3, 2013) November– January Internship (November 4, 2013 – January 1) Project work within a company Internship seminar (guided by HWR professor) Project paper (supervised by HWR professor) Weekend seminar Intercultural Communication Optional: Fee-based intensive German 1) Duration depending on company requirements

4 English Modules at the Department of Cooperative Studies
hours (total) credits Modules for exchange students Intercultural Communication 22 2,5 Berlin as a Place of German History and Culture Introduction to the German Economic System International Marketing or Finance (tbc) 33 3 Modules within regular study progams (3rd Year) Business Administration Management 77 6 Logistics - Planning & Controlling 55 International Entry Strategies International Human Resource Mgt. Elective Modules (chose one out of four) International Management 66 5 Cross-Cultural Management Business Ethics Languages (Spanish/French/Russian) Economics Market-State-Globalisation Key Qualifications Soft Skills Internship Project Paper 7 Internship seminar 2 Max. 30 credits can be obtained Compatibility of schedules is to be checked Note: timetable collisions possible

5 Advanced skills in German Language required (B2/C1)
German taught modules can be chosen from all business programs (3rd year) Examples: Facility Management: Public Construction Law and und Property Valuation CAD/CAFM Industry: Supply Chain Management Marketing Tourism Business Travel Management Destination Management Hotel Management Business Information System Business Process Management Software Engineering Advanced skills in German Language required (B2/C1)

6 High quality internships in cooperating companies
Internships are organized in one of the cooperating companies Close coordination with respect to contents and project work Documentation of project supervised by a lecturer from he HWR Regular internship seminars to reflect application of theoretical contents Assignments are allocated based on Availability Matching of skills of applying student and requirements of the company Internship in log-standing cooperating companies from different industries, e.g. Utilities Hotels (Internet based) service companies Producing companies Non-profit companies

7 Contact Information International Office - Department of Cooperative Studies Cathrine Caspari

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