Project Description

UNIVERSITY OF HOHENHEIM

  • Founded – 1818

  • Faculties – 3

  • Students – 10.000

  • International Students – 12%

Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences

  • Founded – 1975

  • Chairs/Full Professors – 43

  • Students – 5.000

  • Programs – 5 Bachelors and 7 master programs

  • Member of HERMES : 2008

The University of Hohenheim is located in the city of Stuttgart and is one of the smallest, most exquisite universities of the German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg. With its large 18th century Hohenheim Palace and its extended historical and botanical gardens the University’s campus ranks among the most beautiful in Germany and offers a unique learning atmosphere.

Stuttgart and its surroundings are widely known to belong to Europe’s most economically thriving regions. The automobile was invented here and the city and region are still headquarters and main manufacturing site of renowned enterprises like Porsche and Daimler, and are home to many small and medium-sized innovative high-tech firms.

Being located in a globalized region, the Faculty of Business, Economics and Social Sciences of the University of Hohenheim puts great emphasis on the international orientation of its study programs. Building up on its 3 main Master programs in Management, Economics and International Business and Economics the Faculty offers a growing number of double degree programs within the HERMES network.

DOUBLE MASTER’S DEGREE PROGRAMS WITHIN HERMES

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HEC MANAGEMENT SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF LIEGE

HEC Management School – University of Liege With its prime location in the hub of Europe, the HEC Management School – University of Liege (HEC-ULg) has a long intellectual tradition coupled with a corporate culture and links with the business community. HEC-ULg has 2,600 students and 16 research units and centres, which are active across Europe in the various fields of management.

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CHONGQING UNIVERSITY

The University of Alcalá (UAH) is a public institution founded by Cardinal Cisneros in 1499. One of Europe’s oldest universities, its influence has been felt both near – it is one of the earliest examples of a planned university town – and far (its articles of constitution have served as a model for various Latin American universities).

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