WFI - Ingolstadt School of Management
|Branche||Fach- und Hochschulen||
|Leitung||Prof. Dr. Gabriele Gien|
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WFI - Ingolstadt School of Management im Detail
The WFI - Ingolstadt School of Management
Small, fine and sophisticated.
The WFI - Ingolstadt School of Management, the Business Administration Faculty of the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt is regularly ranked among the top business schools in Germany.
22 chairs with a variety of lecturers are involved in the teaching process and responsible for only about 900 students, providing ideal conditions for studying on campus.
Academically challenging and at the same time focused on the practical, studying is the centre of interest and perfectly prepares students for future managerial functions at the national and international level.
Short distances on campus at the KU save time and avoid stress. The campus in Ingolstadt, home to the Ingolstadt School of Management (WFI), consists of the Main Building and the New Building, separated by a peaceful courtyard. The ample green spaces on the Ingolstadt campus invite students to enjoy their surroundings outside during lecture breaks and meet fellow students. If you prefer to spend your breaks in town running errands, Ingolstadt’s city center is just a few minutes’ walk away. Other faculty buildings are the Studierendenhaus and the Hohe Schule that was home to the first Bavarian state university in the 15th century.
What sets the KU apart
Studying at the KU is more than just acquiring specialist knowledge. We broaden our horizons together and take on responsibility in and beyond the individual degree programs. The KU has a particular focus on topics such as personal development, sustainability, social skills and social commitment.
It offers its students the possibility to study and work in a welcoming atmosphere and benefit from outstanding support and comprehensive service offers, a well-stocked library, a broad range of sports and leisure activities and a large global network with over 260 partner universities.