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Vonovia board member as speaker at the economic panel
12.01.2017 Dean's Office
Mr. Prof. Dr. A. Stefan Kirsten, a board member of Vonovia SE, will visit the Ruhr-Universität Bochum and give a lecture during the series of events at the economic panel on Tuesday, 17th January 2017.

Students scintillate as business consultant – Manager are delighted and already planning the realization of ideas
23.12.2016 Dean's Office

PHBS-RUB Double Master in Economics and Finance – extension of application period
22.12.2016 Dean's Office
Students of the master course “Economics” have the opportunity to apply for a place of the double master program "PHBS-RUB Double Master in Economics and Finance" until 27th January 2017.

Accounting and Auditig-Mastergraduates passed successfully the WP-Exams
20.12.2016 Dean's Office

Introduction to the topics and methods of work and organizational psychology for non-psychologists
20.12.2016 Dean's Office
The Faculty of Psychology and the Department of Work and Organizational Psychology offer a course for non-psychologists in the upcoming semester.


From left: Prof. Dr. Michael Roos, Prof. Dr. Stephan Paul, Prof. Dr. Helmut Karl.

Thank you for your interest in the Faculty of Management and Economics at Ruhr-Universität Bochum. The following pages will provide useful information on research and academics at our faculty.

Our study programmes comprise over 20 professors and foreign partner universities who open their faculties to our students. The staff includes distinguished economists, such as the chairman of the German Council of Economic Experts, an academic body that advises German policy makers on questions of economic policy, and president of the RWI - Leibniz-Institute for Economic Research, Essen, Prof. Dr. Christoph M. Schmidt. The chair and staff of RWI, one of the five leading economic research institutes, are also members of our faculty. For management, Prof. Dr. Bernhard Pellens, vice president of the Schmalenbach-Gesellschaft, is a faculty member. The Schmalenbach-Gesellschaft is a high-level dialogue forum that serves the finding of solutions to current economic problems in practice and policymaking, as well as exchange between research institutions and enterprises.

We wish you much success with your studies!

Prof. Dr. Helmut Karl (Dean), Prof. Dr. Stephan Paul (Vice Dean) and Prof. Dr. Michael Roos (Dean of Research