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WELCOME

TO THE

University

of applied

science fo

r

small and

medium si

zed busine

sses (FHM

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Facts & Figures

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Locations of FHM

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Campus Bielefeld

Campus Köln

Campus Rostock

FHM Tec Rheinland

Campus Hannover

Campus Bamberg

Campus Schwerin

FHM München

Open University Courses:

FHM Munich

20 Study centres in colleagues

in NRW, Hessen, Schleswig-Holstein,

Rheinland-Pfalz, Berlin und

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FHM 2015: Facts & Figures

State-Approved Private University of Applied Sciences

– “Fachhochschule des Mittelstands“ (FHM) –

FHM Bielefeld since 2000

FHM Köln since 2006

FHM Tec Rheinland since 2010

FHM Hannover since 2011

FHM Rostock since 2012

FHM Schwerin since Februar 2013

FHM Bamberg since August 2013

Shareholders:

Foundation Education & Craft (Stiftung Bildung &

Handwerk)

Rectorate:

Prof. Dr. Anne Dreier, Rector

Prof. Dr. Richard Merk, Managing Director

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FHM 2015: Facts & Figures

Students:

4.033 Bachelor Degree, Master Degree, MBA

100 Doctoral Study Programs

630 Scientific further training

Graduates:

ca. 3.369 Diploma, Bachelor, Master, MBA

Study Program:

30 accredited Bachelor study programs

9 accredited Master study programs

2 Doctoral Programs in cooperation with the

University of Gloucestershire in UK

Part-Time Degree Courses in scientific further

training

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Our current range of studies – an

overview

B.A. Architecture and Estate Management B.A. Banking & Finance

B.A. Business Economics B.A. Crafts Management

B.A. International Business Administration B.A. Marketing Management

M.A. International Management M.A. Mittelstand Management

MBA Entrepreneurship & Management MBA Innovation & Leadership

DBA Doctor of Business Administration

B.A. Media Management

B.A. Medial Communications & Journalism B.A. Medial Design & Medial Production B.A. Event Management & Entertainment B.A. Design of Communication & Commercial B.A. Sport Journalism & Sport Marketing B.A. Fashion Management

M.A. Crossmedia & Communication Management

DMC Doctor of Media & Communications

B.A. Health Management B.Sc. Logopaepia

B.A. Medical Sports & Health Management

B.Sc. Physiotherapy B.Sc. Psychology

B.A. Curative & Inclusional Education B.A. Pedagogy

B.A. Social Work & Management B.A. Social Pedagogy & Management B.A. Tourism Managment

B.A. Hotel- & Tourism Management B.A. Management in Health Tourism M.Sc. Industrial & Communicative

Psychology

M.A. Consulting & Social Management M.A. Occupational Education

Management

HR/Health/Social

Economics

Media

B.Sc. Industrial Engineering – Building Trade B.Sc. Industrial Engineering – Energy &

Environment

B.Sc. Industrial Engineering – Mechanical Engineering

B.Sc. Industrial Engineering – for Master Craftsmen, Technicians and specialists

New Engineering

CAMPUS.INTERNATIONAL

B.Sc. (Hons) Horsemanagement (Equine Studies) Dual Degree M.A. International Management (FHM)/ M.Sc. Business Management (RAU)

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Academic Management

Prof. Dr. Anne Dreier Prof. Dr. Richard Merk

Rektorin Geschäftsführung

Prof. Dr. Walter Niemeier Prof. Dr. Patrick Lentz Prof. Dr. Astrid Kruse

Dekan Fachbereich Personal/Gesundheit/ Dekan Fachbereich Wirtschaft Dekanin Fachbereich Medien Soziales / Leitung IWW

Prof. Dr. Silke Pfeiffer Prof. Dr. Merk Prof. Dr. Jens Große

Leitung FHM Rostock stellv. Leitung FHM Pulheim Leitung FHM Hannover (FHM Tec Rheinland)

Prof. Dr. Sascha Lord Prof. Dr. Torsten Fischer Prof. Dr. Konstantinos Karanikas

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FHM as Employer

The FHM as an medium-sized company employs 150

salaried employees by now:

70 Professors

120 Employees in Departments and Scientific

Projects, in Management, in Assistance and in

Service Areas

5 Trainees

Around 240 Experts from the Business as

Lectures

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„The German Mittelstand ensures

consistently high employment

and

productivity

, making it the

backbone of the German economy

.

More than

99 percent of all German companies

belong to the

“German Mittelstand“ and thereby contribute almost

55 percent of

total economic output.

Medium-sized companies are

innovative

,

successfully abroad

and an

important job creator for young

people

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Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Definition „Mittelstand“: up to 50 Mio. annual turnover and up to

500 employees

3,3 Mio. small & mid tier companies

20 Mio. Employees & 70% of all working population

69% of all trainees

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Our Self-Image

We are a

medium-sized business - oriented

University

We are an

application – oriented

University

We are a

service – oriented

University

We are a

research – oriented

University

We are a

regionally embedded and international

-oriented

University

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Our Claim

We encourage entrepreneurial thinking

and action

We support a holistic development of the

personality

We provide indiviual and social benefits

We secure and increase the quality of our

services

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Educational Concept

Key Elements of the FHM‘s Study Concept:

High practical orientation

Close economic ties

Small study groups

Individual support

Akquisition of Competences:

Personal Competence

Methods and Professional Competence

Socio-Communicative Competence

Activity and Action Competence

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Acquisition of Competences

General Economic

Competence

Personal & Social

Competence

Activity and Action

Competence

Business Administration

Business English

Internship „Studium in der Praxis

(SiP)“ in Germany and abroad

Economics

Business Language 2

Scientific Work

Company Management

Management &

Self-Marketing

Entrepreneurship/Start Up

Marketing/Sales

Team Management

Strategical Carrer Management

Presentation Techniques & Skills

Extracurricular Studies

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University & Economic – Strong Partners

Cooperation with numerous companies and institutions

for student projects locally, regionally , nationally and

internationally

Exchange with

3.590 Companies

Internships

Degree Thesis

Job-Entry positions

concrete offers are available to all students

on the

intranet of FHM

Development of costumized study programs

in

collaboration with the economic sector

partnership implementation of degree programs combine

the

know-how of universities and economy

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Our Students‘ Success Rates

94% of Alumni Society from 2013 are in Employment

A year after graduation , we asked our alumni about career and current situation . The largest group of graduates from the year 2013 are at the time of the survey ( Sept. 2014) employees . Overall, almost three-quarters are in an employment relationships ( around 73 % ). The last 3 percent are, amongst other things, on maternity leave or in other working conditions.

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