The Management profile expects above-average knowledge in those branches of business administration corresponding in content and scope to one of those profiles in the Master study course business administration and economics.
Courses and Seminars
The BiGSEM faculty members offer courses and seminars for the BiGSEM candidates. At the beginning doctoral candidates coordinate their individual course schedule with the profile coordinator. In particular, the profile coordinator investigates the fullfillment of the profile prerequisites and possibly requires its successful completion.
The candidates attend the school's weekly Research Seminar (Management) where the latest results in cutting-edge research areas and up-to-date scientific approaches are presented by leading scholars of their fields. In the BiGSEM colloquium (Management) each doctoral candidate presents their own research results once a year.
Internationally renowned scientists teach on a regular basis a mini course, a sequence of six lectures or a full semester of lectures in their area of expertise at BiGSEM.
From the beginning on each fellow works on their doctoral thesis. Details of the supervision are recorded in a Supervision Agreement which is signed by both parties.
A selected number of young researchers from all over the world present their research. The workshop is organzied by second year BiGSEM doctoral candidates.