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International application project

The aim of the course "International Application Project" is to confront students in teams with real tasks of international project partners. The clients can offer their project ideas, which are then implemented by an international team of students within about 12 weeks. The task of each individual student is to work together in a team and together with the client in a goal-oriented manner to find the best possible solution to the problem posed. In the process, the students are accompanied and supported by the professors.
 

Student learning objectives

  • Experience dynamics in an international project team
  • Acquire ownership of a results-oriented approach
  • Perceive real client-contractor relationships with fixed delivery dates
  • Get to know understanding of different roles in the project team from project management to quality assurance

Projects of our students

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Our partners are important to us

Our ambition is to have a large network of satisfied partners. In doing so, the number of our partners is constantly growing. We would love to welcome you into this circle as well. If you have an idea for an exciting project that you have always wanted to realize, or at least tackle, then you should simply approach us. Since our students have a solid knowledge of both computer science and business operations or marketing topics, the range of possible topics is broad.

Awarded a sponsorship prize

Prof. Dr. Andreas Heberle's "International Applications Project" has been awarded one of fifteen "Fellowships for Innovation in University Teaching" by the Baden-Württemberg Foundation, the Joachim Herz Foundation and the Donors' Association for the Promotion of Sciences and Humanities in Germany.

The "Fellowships for Innovations in University Teaching" are endowed with 50,000 euros and are awarded by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung, the Joachim Herz Stiftung and the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft. They provide incentives for the development and testing of novel teaching and examination formats or the redesign of modules and study sections.

The mutual exchange of fellows is intended to ensure the dissemination of the projects developed and contribute to the systematic further development of teaching in curricular, didactic and methodological terms.