Information on individual educational components (ECTS-Course descriptions) per semester

Professional Practical Training

Degree programme International Business Administration
Subject area Business and Management
Type of degree Bachelor
Summer Semester 2024
Course unit title Professional Practical Training
Course unit code 025017063202
Language of instruction German, English
Type of course unit (compulsory, optional) Compulsory
Teaching hours per week 0
Year of study 2024
Level of the course / module according to the curriculum
Number of ECTS credits allocated 15
Name of lecturer(s) Barbara ALBRECHT, Christoph ANTRETTER, Thomas ASCHE, Julia BALDAUF, Markus BECKER, Florian BÜHLER, Antje DUDEN, Kai GAMMELIN, Bernd HACKER, Klemens HEINZLE, Roman MACHA, Thomas METZLER, Magd
Requirements and Prerequisites

Five semesters International Business

Course content

Studies at a university of applied sciences are characterised by their focus on applied knowledge. This means that in addition to real-work instruction, students are also acquainted with the economic, legal and social work occurrences of business life and how these interplay with each other. For these reasons, students are expected to complete their semester of professional practical training engaged in projects in business and industry.

Learning outcomes

During their professional practical training students get to know one particular branch of business and industry while working on complex tasks across various branches. Furthermore, they get to see the company and social work environment from the inside as well as gaining first-hand experience using the various work techniques they have been taught.

Planned learning activities and teaching methods

Professional Practical Training

Assessment methods and criteria

Positive evaluation by the provider of the professional practical training position Positive evaluation of the first Bachelor thesis by the students academic adviser


not applicable

Recommended or required reading

depending on field of internship

Mode of delivery (face-to-face, distance learning)