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Offerings for our prospective and first semester students

WING Open Day for prospective students

[Translate to English:] Angebote für Studieninteressierte (I23033-1)

Twice a year the Faculty of Business Administration and Engineering offers school leavers, teachers and parents the opportunity to find out more about the programmes we offer. Attendees will get an overall impression of what it's like to study with us through information about the Faculty, the programmes we offer and about application, acceptance and semesters abroad, and through the tours of ours labs.

Come along to our next WING Open Day! Registration is not necessary. If you have any questions about the study programme, just contact us by email: wing(at)hs-furtwangen.de

Online try-out lectures

[Translate to English:] Schnuppervorlesung

We are happy to offer prospective students the chance to find out what our lectures are like. Because no face-to-face lectures are taking place at the moment, you will find below a small selection of online lecture videos, sorted by the various degree programmes.

Business Administration and Engineering - Industrial Solutions Management

Business Administration and Engineering - Marketing and Sales

Business Administration and Engineering - Product Engineering

Mathematics bridging course

The mathematics bridging course is aimed at:

  • Students who have not done an advanced maths course at high school
  • Students whose knowledge of maths is weak
  • Mature students

Content

  • Fractions
  • Conversion factors
  • Calculating with powers, roots and logarithms
  • Introduction to vector calculus
  • Solving equations and inequalities

Online maths test

With the online maths test you can check whether you are recommended to take the mathematics bridging course or not. The link to the test and other details are in the information sheet sent with the letter of acceptance.

Registration for the mathematics bridging course

Participants should register in the Faculty Office. Dates and email address are listed in the information sheet.

Dates, location and content

The bridging course takes place from Monday to Friday in the week before lectures begin. Check information sheet for details of date, building and room. Every day there will be 3 x 90 minute blocks with lectures and practical work.

  • Block 1: 9.00 - 10.30am
  • Block 2:10.45am - 12.15pm
  • Block 3: 1.00 - 3.30pm