Available courses

Time of the course: Mondays 11:45-13:15 (course assistant: Zara)
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.


Time of the course: Mondays 17:45-19:15 (course assistant: Hannah)
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.


Time of the course: Tuesdays 16:00-17:30 (course assistant: Selsela)
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.


Time of the course: Tuesdays 17.45-19.15 (course assistant: Marina)

Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.
The topic this semester will be decided by the students.

Time of the course: Wednesdays 11:45-13:15 (course assistant: Mariana)

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On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.



Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.
The topic this semester will be decided by the students.

Participants will build teams and create and manage their own clearly-defined projects. In the whole group participants will face the questions:
- “What are the client’s needs and how can I find them out and document them?”
- “How can we design and promote services?”
- “What is my role as a multiplier and how can mentoring skills facilitate this?”
- ”What prejudices can occur in international business and how to overcome ethical problems?”

Timings of the course: Mondays, 11:45-13:15 
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.



Timings of the course: Mondays, 17:45-19.15 

Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly.The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.







Timings of the course: Tuesdays, 16:00-17:30

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Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Timings of the course: Tuesdays, 17.45-19.15

Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.
The topic this semester will be decided by the students.


Time of the course: Wednesdays 11:45-13:15 

On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.


Time of the course: Mondays 11:45-13:15 (course assistant: Ana)
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Time of the course: Wednesdays 11:45-13:15 (course assistant: Christopher)


On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Time of the course: Thursdays 11:45-13:15 (course assistant: Rita)

On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.


Time of the course: Tuesdays 16.00-17.30 (course assistant: Christopher and Kamran)

Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.
The topic this semester will be decided by the students.

Time of the course: Tuesdays 17:45-19:15 (course assistant: Nicolas)

Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Participants will build teams and create and manage their own clearly-defined projects. In the whole group participants will face the questions:
- “What are the client’s needs and how can I find them out and document them?”
- “How can we design and promote services?”
- “What is my role as a multiplier and how can mentoring skills facilitate this?”
- ”What prejudices can occur in international business and how to overcome ethical problems?”

Lisa with Fabian on Business English III group 1Time of the course: Mondays 11:45-13:15
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Time of the course: Tuesdays 16.00-17.30
Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.
The topic this semester will be decided by the students.

Rebecca and Issa in Intercultural CommunicationTime of the course: Tuesdays 17:45-19:15 
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Time of the course: Wednesdays 11:45-13:15

On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Time of the course: Thursdays 11:45-13:15 
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Time of the course: Thursdays 14:15-15:45
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester

Survey "Prove-it" in Business English IIITime of the course: Mondays 11:45-13:15
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Business_English_III_Group2_CoverTime of the course: Wednesdays 11:45-13:15
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Anderson with students of BEIII group 3Time of the course: Thursdays 14:15-15:45
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Group work Francisco with AsifTime of the course: Thursdays 11:45-13:15
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Intenacional_Business_Simulations_Cover_Boat_OrigamiTime of the course: Tuesdays 16.00-17.30
Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.

The topic this semester will be decided by the students.

Participants will build teams and create and manage their own clearly-defined projects. In the whole group participants will face the questions:
- “What are the client’s needs and how can I find them out and document them?”
- “How can we design and promote services?”
- “What is my role as a multiplier and how can mentoring skills facilitate this?”
- ”What prejudices can occur in international business and how to overcome ethical problems?”


Time of the course: Wednesdays 11:45-13:15
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Time of the course: Thursdays 14:15-15:45 (Changes to Thursdays 11:45 - 13:15 in second semester half)
On this elective course BACHELOR students develop self-confidence in typical situations in an English work place (e.g. giving presentations and taking part in and chairing meetings). Furthermore, they should enhance their sensitivity to different cultural situations. As communication skills have to be developed, the focus will be on interactive teaching methods to give students the chance to improve listening comprehension and speaking performance. The students choose their own subjects for the course at the beginning of the semester.

Time of the course: Mondays 17:45-19:15 (changes to Tuesday 11.45-13.15 in second half semester)
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Time of the course: Thursdays 10:00-11:30 (changes to Tuesdays 16.00-17.30 in second half semester)

Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Time of the course: Thursdays 11:45-13:15 (changes to Thursdays 14.15-15.45 in second half semester)
Students are trained to perceive cultural differences and act accordingly. The intercultural competence gained is both "culture-general" and "culture-specific" (e.g. students will practice culture-specific "crash investigations" in order to prepare visits abroad). Theoretical insights into different working styles, different perceptions of time, different religions, and different education styles are applied in exercises and in concrete simulations involving active interaction if possible with participants from several other cultures.

Time of the course: Tuesdays 17.45-19.15
Students will set up a simulated company and communicate with institutions and individuals in different countries. The international project environment will enable the participants to learn about the workings of a company as well as to practice dealing with international project partners in a near-realistic situation. Students will be able to put their intercultural knowledge into practice in real contact with foreign partners in the preparation of a project meeting.

The topic this semester will be decided by the students.

Participants will build teams and create and manage their own clearly-defined projects. In the whole group participants will face the questions: - “What are the client’s needs and how can I find them out and document them?” - “How can we design and promote logistics services?” - “What is my role as a multiplier and how can mentoring skills facilitate this?” - ”What prejudices can occur in international business and how to overcome ethical problems?”