- Business taxation and auditing
- Financial services and financial management
- Management studies
- Human resources management, leadership and organisation
- Production Management
- Strategy, innovation and cooperation
- Sustainability management
- Management Accounting and Management Control Systems
- Resource and energy economics
- Business Information Systems and Operations Research
- Civil law, commercial law, intellectual property
Fachschaftsrat WiWi - student representation of the student body in the WiWi FacultyThe Fachschaftsrat -in english called "The Student Council" - is the elected representation of interests of the students of the Faculty of Business Studies and Economic at the faculty level. It represents the students' interests in the department council, in numerous committees and boards, and in general. Once a year, the student members of the student council are elected at the general meeting of the student council.In addition, the student council organises the first-semester introductory week ProWo at the beginning of the winter semester every year.
The Dean's Office heads the department and is the central contact point for the entire Faculty of Business Studies and Economics. It is here that the activities of the Faculty are managed, finances are administered, the staffing plan is managed, doctorates are administered and the meetings of the Faculty committees are prepared and followed up. The Dean and his deputy, the Vice Dean, manage the Faculty and represent it externally. They are supported by the managing director of the faculty. In the Dean's office you will receive information on all matters concerning the department as a whole.
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The study office is the first point of contact for all questions concerning your studies
- Individual counselling on study organisation and planning
- Support in the preparation of individual study plans
- Advice for prospective students
- Advice on changing courses of study
- Advice on the legal basis of the study programme (examination regulations etc.)
- Questions about module examinations
- Processing the recognition
The Faculty of Business Studies and Economics attaches great importance to internationality. The International Office of the Faculty is where the threads come together: In addition to planning a stay abroad, those responsible support students in carrying out their project and in the recognition of all study achievements abroad. Students of the TU Kaiserslautern who want to spend part of their studies outside of Germany can choose from 36 partner universities in 21 countries. Fad International Office answers questions about international exchange programs of the department, Learning Agreements, processing the recognition of exams from abroad.
The Faculty of Business Studies and Economics is committed to creating a gender equitable, gender- and diversity friendly environment. The Faculty Equal Opportunity Officers, together with the faculty’s equal opportunity committee, support the faculty in the realization of this concern. On the following pages you will find information on the tasks of the Faculty Equal Opportunity Officers and various offers for pupils, students, graduates, research and teaching assistants, non-scientific staff, and professors of the Faculty of Business Studies and Economics.
The Haass Foundation was established in 2009 to support students, graduates and postgraduates of the Faculties of Social Sciences and Economics at the University of Kaiserslautern and to award prizes for outstanding achievements.