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The world is getting smaller. Since it is no longer sustainable to engage in economic activity without social, ecological and intercultural responsibility, it is time to rethink management. This is why Karlshochschule International University very consciously treats management in an interdisciplinary manner - as part of the cultural, social and economic sciences. The university would like to provide an impetus helping young people to become responsible shapers of our future.
So Karlshochschule places particular value on an intercultural approach, close orientation to practical needs of the academic or labour markets, and the personal development of its students. An integrated semester abroad, a comprehensive selection of foreign languages and practical projects or internship semesters all promote this. Additionally, each student benefits from personal counselling, challenges and support.
Eight Bachelor degree programs and one Masters program are accredited by the Foundation for International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA). The German Council of Science and Humanities has renewed its accreditation for the maximum period of ten years. And the university has permanent state recognition. In the current CHE Ranking the university has one of the top spots.
Karlshochschule International University in Karlsruhe has approximately 650 students and 16 full-time professors. It is an endowed university offering innovative management studies programs with a cultural sciences orientation.
Karlshochschule International University
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Atmosphere of the Karls
Outdoor lectures, bright, open spaces and hallways, short distances between classes, free seat cushions instead of regimented rows of chairs, glass walls instead of concrete, a library that is consistently the same, a student lounge with a terrace and coffee bar, and way more than many other Universities simply don’t have. If an picture speaks a 1000 words, check out the University image gallery.