Study Project

Study Project

Short Description:

Project studies are conducted with a view to confronting the acquired theoretical specialist knowledge with current problems from real life. The students are requested to work out sensible and feasible solution proposals to concrete, mostly clearly defined problems from everyday business situations. Just like an external consulting society, the students develop solution concepts. The concrete project work will normally be done by small groups that develop solutions independently and individually assume responsibility. The chair considers it its task to act as a discussion partner and supervisor, thus only influencing the outcome of the respective project if desired by the project team.

Cooperation partners so far have been:

Projects focused on all kinds of contents, ranging from traditional managerial tasks such as giving departments a new strategic orientation and/or new design, generating market-entering strategies, evaluating and implementing a performance-related quality wage system and conducting an empirical market study as the basis for product launching to the development of a marketing concept by means of workshops within the framework of a non-profit social organization.

Students of the 6th trimester are recommended to obtain information on the respective project starting in the autumn trimester already before the vacation and to use this free time intensively for preparing the project studies (to get familiar with the subject, obtain basic material e.g. by database inquiries, study literature etc.).

Participation Requirement:

The study project is meant for students of the 7th and 8th trimesters.
In principle, there are no access limitations; however, the chair reserves the right to lay down participation requirements in individual cases depending on the number of applicants.

Study Projects in the Current Year:

  • Nachbarschaftshilfe Taufkirchen e. V.
  • Kreisjugendring München (Hasenbergl)

If you are interested in participating as a cooperation partner please contact our academic staff.