Junior Program of Business Administration

The intercultural semester on campus:
open to exchange students & DHBW Heilbronn students

 

In the future, growing globalization and transnational networking mean that you collaborate even more intensively with different cultures across borders and continents. In order to succeed in tomorrow’s economy, not only do you need substantial economic know-how, but also international experience, foreign language skills and intercultural sensitivity. This is essential for you to work flexibly in multinational teams. Only with intercultural skills as the key qualification can you integrate your specialist knowledge in an international context. It is not without reason that intercultural skills are universally recognized as the key qualification for a future of unbounded opportunities. Focus on the future of your personal success and acquire these key skills in the Junior Program of Business Administration in Heilbronn, in the heart of one of Germany’s major economic centers.

In this intensive one semester study program, taught in English, you will

  • obtain state-of-the-art knowledge in international business
  • learn how you, as a leader, can effectively apply concepts, techniques and models to improve the decision making process
  • aquire new skills and economic concepts that you can apply in your day-to-day way of thinking about economic situations
  • learn about German language an culture, and ist internationally oriented economy

True to the maxim "Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships" you will

  • work efficiently in multinational teams and acquire crucial intercultural key skills
  • take on joint responsibility for the success of projects
  • become a leader with a global viewpoint by conceptualizing and applying various effective leadership techniques

Don’t miss out on this opportunity and gain access to a lifelong global network

  • of distinguished professors with proven international track records
  • on excursions to partner companies in the local region

Benefit from a stimulating, creative learning environment

  • on a modern campus with state-of-the-art facilities
  • in an economically and culturally vibrant, cosmopolitan city, which is home to numerous global market leaders and dynamic innovators, thanks to its central location, both within Germany and at the heart of Europe
  • in one oft he most beautiful regions in Germany

Discover the country and its people

  • on excursions to nearby highlights such as the automotive city of Stuttgart and the historic university city of Heidelberg
  • on a study trip to the German capital, Berlin

Please note that Junior Program participants make a €300 contribution to pay partial costs of study trips during the semester (train tickets, accommodation and guided tours in Berlin as well as for the other excursions).

Contact Junior Program

Dr. Ariane Theis

International Office

Course Administrator Junior Program

Raum: B 3.19

E-Mail Tel 07131 1237-169

Diana Söhner

Erasmus-Coordinator

Raum: B 3.19

E-Mail Tel 07131 1237-179