Marina Beck every Tuesday and Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. by telephone | +49 9826 654-343
Prof. Dr Jennifer Gerend from Monday to Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. by telephone | +49 9826 654-206 | Outside of this hours, please arrange an appointment by email in advance: jennifer.gerend [at]hswt.de
Prof. Dr Manfred Geißendörfer, Degree Programme Coordinator, by telephone| Please arrange an appointment by email in advance: manfred.geissendoerfer [at]hswt.de
German (proof of proficiency is required)
Usually winter semester
A bachelor's degree or Diplom degree certificate with the minimum final grade 'good'.
At least 20 weeks' practical experience. A detailed description can be found under 'Admission requirements'.
Regional Management is extremely diverse: It aims to develop dynamism in regions and better utilize potentials, as well as designing sustainable living areas and making them more attractive.
Students will acquire a high level of subject expertise and excellent social skills, which will enable them to assume the regional-level management roles that are commonly found in companies. They will examine the strengths and challenges of a region, learn to involve key actors, plan projects, acquire financial resources and support regional development processes.
The course is interdisciplinary with a focus on practical experience. This is achieved by drawing on the expertise of our professors, involving external experts with real-life experience as part-time lecturers, and carrying out case studies, project studies and excursions.
The exact course contents can be found in the module handbook under 'Modules' and in the curriculum for the 2019/20 academic year.
A wide variety of task sawait the graduates in regional management. For more precise details regarding job opportunities, simply go to 'Absolventenprofile' (graduate profiles).
Our annual newsletter examines the current issues and challenges in regional development in a series of short articles contributed by our lecturers and students. 2020 topic: Living in the region.
Newsletter 2020 (in German)
All issues of our newsletter are available here.
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