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Students Organize Days of Sustainability at the University of Mannheim
From 6 until 20 May, the University of Mannheim hosts the “Hochschultage Nachhaltigkeit”, a series of events that cover the topic of sustainability. The motto of the events, which mostly take place on campus, is “interdisciplinary sustainability”.
Why hydrogen is already an economical energy source
At peak times, hydrogen can be an economically viable addition to electricity supply – provided that the hydrogen is converted on so-called reversible power-to-gas-storage systems. This is the result of a new study by Mannheim economists Professor Stefan Reichelstein, Ph.D., and Professor Dr. ...
Symposium in Honor of Professor Hans Raffée
“No power without responsibility” is the theme of a symposium in honor of the late business administration professor Dr. Hans Raffée, which will take place at the University of Mannheim on 5 May.
GBP Monitor: War Consequences and a Possible Raw Material Embargo Dampen Profit Expectations
On 20 March, the government has lifted most of the coronavirus restrictions. However, lifting the restrictions has not eased the burden on the companies, as it was expected. Profit expectations, in particular, are dampened by the war in Ukraine.
Dean Joachim Lutz is a new member of the Supervisory Board of the University Medical Center Freiburg
Appointment made by Minister for Science and Art of Baden-Württemberg
International QS Ranking: The University of Mannheim Is Germany’s Best University in Economics and Business Administration
In the worldwide comparison of the “QS World University Rankings by Subject 2022”, the University of Mannheim ranked number 115 in the Social Sciences and Management category. In the areas of Accounting & Finance and Business & Management Studies, it ranks first in Germany once again.
„Makers of Tomorrow”
Online course for future entrepreneurs
Excellent rating for research and teaching in the field of auditing
Ranking by manager magazin gives University of Mannheim top marks for training future auditors
New partner companies: BCG, Capgemini and LVMH
The Business School continues to expand its network of partner companies with the Boston Consulting Group, Capgemini and LVMH.
Case study with American partner university inspires bachelor's students of business administration
UConn Case Competition of the Chair of Sustainable Management in cooperation with US partner university University of Connecticut deepens partnership and gives bachelor's students insight into international, strategic management