The Faculty of Business Studies on tour
We’re happy to come to you. . .
… and inform you about our faculty, the university and the study programmes we offer. We are also happy to carry out workshops, projects or planning games on-site. Experience shows that pupils often use this direct contact to ask their specific questions – and all subject lecturers and students are happy to answer them.
Or we can organise your university information day or career day together. We will come to your school and provide all sorts of variety at your information day.
Career trial day or on your own
[Translate to english:] Karriere-Schnuppertag oder ganz individuell
Or you can visit us. . .
… and have a look around our university and our beautiful campus. Get your own impression of studying in Emden and use the opportunity to talk with students and professors.
The business career trial day is the ideal opportunity to get to know the university. Pupils and other people interested in studying as well as parents and teachers can gain insight into everyday university life by attending sample lectures. You will also receive further information about the content of each study programme, the career prospects, study focuses, stays abroad and of course also financing options.
But you can also visit us outside of career trial day – at any time and on your own. We are happy to put together a programme, tailored to the needs and wishes of your group or class. Get in touch with us!
Student for a day
Or your pupils can visit us and report back ...
... after an exciting day at our university. Your pupil will accompany a student for one day. Together, they will attend lectures and seminars. The pupils will experience the university with its various facilities first-hand from a student's point of view. Afterwards, the pupil can report back to the class about their experiences and impressions.
Arrange an appointment:
In the winter semester for the period 15/10 until 15/12.
In the summer semester for the period 15/03 until 30/05.
Here, you will find more information about the "student for a day" project.