The Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) was founded on 1 April 2009 through the merger of the Berlin School of Economics (BSE) and the FHVR Berlin, a university of applied sciences for administration and law. The new Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) decisively strengthens the German capital's position as a location for tertiary level education and research.
The BSEL is ranked among the largest Universities of Applied Sciences in Berlin. It can leverage over 30 years of expertise and experience from both former Universities, each widely recognised as expert in their own fields. In the course of the merger, the specialised disciplines within the individual Universities have been strengthened and expanded. While the programmes at the Berlin School of Economics (BSE) and University of Applied Sciences for Administration and Law (FHVR) were already prominent in their field in Berlin, throughout Germany and, in many cases, internationally, the Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL) aims to further evolve and promote these competences.
The University has an academic staff of approximately 200 professors and 830 lecturers, plus nearly 280 research and administrative personnel, committed to realising these goals.
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The Berlin School of Economics and Law, with about 10,000 students, one of the great universities of Berlin. It is characterized by strong practical, intensive and diverse research, high quality standards and a strong international focus. The portfolio includes private and public economic, administrative, legal and safety management and engineering.
Almost all of the 50 courses are adapted to Bachelor and Master, quality tested and bear the seal of the Accreditation Council. In addition, the HWR Berlin received for dedication in the field of equal opportunities already four times in a row, the Total E-Quality award. It honors companies and universities that pursue a higher education and equal opportunity-oriented personnel policy. quality
The BSEL is characterized by a variety of application-oriented research. At five departments, three central institutes, six internal research institutes and five affiliated institutes are being researched topics in the economic and social sciences, management, engineering and law. A multidisciplinary approach promotes the development of common research areas. In addition, the university supports research activities targeted by an internal research funding. The BSEL is also a member of the Institute for Applied Research in Berlin e. V. (IFAF). Research
Various international orientation
Internationalism is an integral part of university philosophy and shaped the study and research areas. The international networks are constantly growing. Currently, there are about 140 active partnerships with universities on almost every continent. In addition, the BSEL is a member of the University network "Alliance for Excellence" (UAS7). The merger of the seven German universities undertakes in particular the quality and internationality and serves the development of joint research projects and the development of common research strategies. International
An important guiding principle of the HWR Berlin is the high practical relevance of the doctrine. With over 2000 dual study courses, study the economy are concentrated in the art technology • Dual, it is the largest provider of dual Studying in Berlin. The special shape of this study is the connection between theory and practice, which is achieved by the integration of skilled vocational training in the study. Students have both a training relationship with the HWR Berlin as well as with a partner company. Department of Cooperative Studies
For students in the Department of Economics at least one semester of part of the curriculum. The close cooperation with companies is steadily intensified also in the form of corporate advisory boards. Internship Services
Location in the city of Berlin
The BSEL is firmly rooted in the cosmopolitan city of Berlin. The city is among the most significant scientific locations. Their tradition is marked by names like Humboldt and Einstein, Virchow and Koch, Meitner and Planck. Its present application in the field of research and teaching it owes four universities, seven universities, three art academies, private universities and over 70 non-university research institutions. Learn some 165,000 students from home and abroad and live in Berlin, which is one, not least because of his inexhaustible cultural offerings to the most popular cities across Europe.
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