Facts

Faculty of Business Studies

The Faculty of Business Studies educates experts and decision makers in the business sector who have the readiness to work in demanding corporate and industrial roles in both local and international operational environments.

The faculty's research operations are wide-ranging and offer opportunities to carry out interesting doctoral studies and high-quality scientific research.

Education

The Faculty of Business Studies accepts 335 new students every year through various channels. The objective is to have 214 master's graduates and 10 doctoral graduates each year. There are approximately 120 teaching and research staff.


2011 2012 2013
Bachelor's Degree students 1390 1373 1401
Master's Degree students
635 703 796
Doctoral students 121 126 144
Total number of degree students
2146 2202 2341
of whom international degree students
124 142 166
Undergraduate university degrees (Bachelors)
182 177 202
Post-graduate university degrees (Masters)
184 209 246

 

Research

Core areas of expertise for the faculty include:

  • accounting and finance
  • management
  • consumer behaviour

The international business perspective is seen as a strength that connects all of these areas of expertise.

2011 2012 2013
Doctorate Degrees 9 8 10
Publications 256 212 254
of which international peer-reviewed journal articles
52
52 63
International mobility of teachers and researchers (min. 1 week)
40
47 43
External research funding €1000
2431 2218 1417

 

More information on publications is available from the SoleCris database.