With the support of the Förderverein Campus Cleve e.V., Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences cordially invites all interested parties to the virtual workshop "To Evaluate or not to evaluate: New insights for conservation projects" on October 20, 2021 from 14:00 to 16:00!
Fellowship at the „Center for Research and Graduate Education” at the German-Kazakh Universiy in Almaty / Kazakhstan
In the context of a fellowship by Prof. Dr. Jakob Lempp, Professor for Politicial Science at the „Center for Research and Graduate Education” at the German-Kazakh University in Almaty / Kazakhstan issues on the future role of Germany and the European Union in Central Asia and other issues has been discussed.
Jakob Lempp, Professor for Political Science with a focus on International Relations, and Katja Flockau, scientific assistant for Central Course Management with focus on International Relations und Gender and Diversity, represented the Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences in a joint workshop with the University of Duisburg-Essen, the Radboud Universiteit and the Hogeschool van Arnhem en Nijmegen in the “Werkstatt an der Grenze”. The spring school, which took place on the Kleve campus in 2018, was taken to the virtual space for the first time in 2021.
Virtual Closing Ceremony for the Cooperation "Botschafter*innen der Vielfalt"
The cooperation in the “Botschafter*innen der Vielfalt“ (Ambassadors of Diversity) project of Haus Mifgash and the study programmes Gender and Diversity as well as International Relations concluded with a virtual closing ceremony. Over the summer semester, under the direction of Katja Flockau, students from both programmes designed, conducted and analysed semi-structured interviews with people from Kleve, who represent different aspects of diversity.
“The six bachelor‘s and two master‘s programmes of the Faculty of Society and Economics combine practical training and application-oriented approaches with a sound theoretical and methodological foundation. We aim to prepare you in the best possible way for the current social, political and economic challenges of our society. Internationality is not merely a catchy slogan, but an integral and natural element of our daily lives here. Eager students from different cultural and linguistic backgrounds study at our faculty, conduct research in our modern laboratory landscape and appreciate the close collaboration with professors and academic staff that we offer. Our entire faculty is looking forward to meeting you and accompanying you on your academic journey over the coming semesters here in Kleve.”
Fresher's Week: Faculty Day Society and Economics on Thursday (23.09.)
This year's "Freshers' Week" starts on September, 20th at the Rhine-Waal University for the winter semester 2021/2022. The Faculty of Society and Economics also wants to welcome their new students. On the faculty day (Thursday 23.09.), the freshers will learn about the offers and the organization of the faculty including a presentation of the Students Representative Body of the Faculty of Society and Economics.
The preparatory courses of the faculty of society and economics are starting a few weeks befor winter semester and are directed towards first semester students of the bachelor programmes. Their goal is to harmonise or refresh the students' level of knowledge.
For the winter semester 2021/2022 we offer the following preparatory courses (06.09. - 10.09.2021):
Business Mathematics in german language
Business Mathematics in english language
Scientific Writing in english language
The marketing project for twelve students from International Business and Management, B.A. at the faculty of society and economics started with the task to create a marketing concept for Radrenngemeinschaft Kleverland e.V. (RRG Kleverland e.V.). Prof Dr Philipp Schorn and Fabian Dargel, M.Sc. supervised the students over the entirely project. After a self-contained analysis of the structure of the association, an analysis of the potential market, as well as a specific target group definition, the students were ready to present the results in a final concept to the board of RRG Kleverland e.V.
Student from Nachhaltiger Tourismus wins the StartGlocal-Aacademy with her Concept
Well done! Anna-Lea Koßbu, student in the Sustainable Tourism course, did it: With her concept, she took the first place in the StartGlocal Academy. We wish her good luck with StayAllEco, a booking platform for sustainable accommodation.
Exclusive and excellent: International accreditation for Sustainable Development Management M.A.
The postgraduate course Sustainable Development Management M.A., offered by Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences, is the first sustainable development degree programme in Germany to receive international accreditation. The accreditation commission praised in particular the programme’s integration of theory and practice. More
Kontakt Öffentlichkeitsarbeit der Fakultät Gesellschaft und Ökonomie