Faculty of Business Administration and Economics - Well-Connected in the Economic Field
The Faculty of Business Administration and Economics has a national and international network of partners and cooperations.
Not only do we offer research and teaching activities through the institutes and academic chairs, we also organise the annual job fair "ConPract". Moreover we support the set up of one's own business in the net economy via E-Entrepreneurship.
The biannual graduation ceremonies of the faculty also benefit from this network: well-known speakers give speeches and grant an insight into their industrial sector and professional career:
|August 2019|| Dr. Harald Loy |
|March 2019|| Anne Bedoy |
Digital & Communication Director
L'Oréal Deutschland GmbH
|September 2018||Dr. Carsten Lelke |
Chairman of the Works Council
|March 2018||Dipl-Kfm. Kai Dhonau |
HYMER-Zentrum B1 - Dhonau GmbH
|August 2017||Dr. Andreas Rödl |
PVH Holdings GmbH & Co. KG
|March 2017||Prof. Dr. Dr. h.c. Bert Rürup |
President of the Handelsblatt Research Institute
|September 2016||Prof. Dr. Axel A. Weber |
President of the Administration Board of the UBS Group AG
|March 2016||Prof. Dr. Jürgen Kluge |
Management Consultant Advice, Consulting and Projects
Kluge & Partner
|August 2015||Alfred Geißler |
Member of the Management Board
STEAG GmbH in Essen
|March 2015||Jochen A. Rotthaus |
Bayer 04 Leverkusen Fußball GmbH
|September 2014||Prof. Dr. Till Neumann |
Managing Director coramaze technologies GmbH
Chief Physician of the Cardiology Clinic
Universitätsklinikum in Essen
|March 2014||Dr. Reinhold Achatz |
Head of Corporate Function Technology, Innovation & Sustainability
Offers for Students of the Faculty of Business Administration and Economics
ConPract is the abbreviation for ‚Connect to Practice‘ . It gives students the possibility to interact and connect with potential employers.
The fair brings companies and students together, enables in-depth discussions and intense interactions. Moreover, it enables students an early access to internships that can be integrated into their studies, so that they can gain initial practical experience in their fields.
The events 'Handel trifft Hochschule‘ and 'Markenartikler treffen Hochschule' are supplementary offers of the faculty that work hand in hand with ConPract.
More Information: ConPract
The chairs for Business Administration and Business Information Systems, and esp. the chair for E-Business and E-Entrepreneurship, offer on the one hand an excellent academical training and on the other hand knowledge for a successful E-Business start-up.
It is a connection between economical and technical teaching fields with the goal to intensify the usage of digital business processes (E-Business) and the founding of new business start-ups in the Net Economy.
More Information: E-Entrepreneurship
These offers can be combined with those of the Akademischen Beratungszentrums (ABZ) der Universität (academical counselling centre)
Semester Programme: Seminars for a successful career start.
Jobwall of the ABZ
(These links are mostly in German)
Student Organizations in the Faculty
act is a student consulting service and a coalition of students from different faculties of the campus Essen. Highly motivated students get the chance to put their theoretical knowledge into practice. The consultants develop costumized solutions in project groups and generate a sustainable success for costumers.
More Information: act e.V.
Alumni WiWi Essen e.V.
With its roughly 1000 members, the Alumi WiWi Essen e.V. is the biggest 'club of graduates' at the University of Duisburg-Essen. The goal of the club is to promote a practical and performance-oriented scientific education, to intensify the exchange of experience and to support the professional developement of the graduates.
More Information: Alumni WiWi Essen e.V.
Bundesverband der Volks- und Betriebswirte (BDVB) e.V.
Since 1901 the Network for Economists represents the interests of all economists in Germany. Primary tasks of the association is to promote graduates when starting their career as well as the support of research projects.
More Information about the bdvb
Gesellschaft für Informatik (GI) e.V.
GI is the biggest network of computer scientists in Germany which was founded in 1969 in Bonn. The goal of this network is to promote computer science as such.
GI holds regular symposia and congresses, promotes the release of technical publications and especially supports young talents.
More Information about the GI