Together with its partners in the ENGAGE.EU alliance (LUISS University, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Tilburg University, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, University of National and World Economy, WU Vienna), University of Mannheim is participating in the creation of a joint ENGAGE.EU University Campus to offer a range of physical and virtual mobility study opportunities.
Since fall 2020, students from above mentioned partner universities can apply for a range of online courses offered by University of Mannheim within the framework of the ENGAGE.EU Online Exchange Initiative (OEI).
As of fall 2022, ENGAGE.EU universities offer ENGAGE Modules, usually consisting of three courses in two consecutive semesters. The University of Mannheim will offer two ENGAGE.EU Modules, one at Bachelor's level, one on Master's level.
This module combines business studies, cultural studies, and sociological perspectives on today’s societal challenges across Europe. It enables ENGAGE.EU students to combine the sociology of migration with international cultural perspectives and to learn how state of the art research can support sustainable development. “Stories we tell ourselves about ourselves”: This definition of culture by Clifford Geertz describes the general theme of the course “International Cultural Studies”. The lecture revolves around core ideas, concepts, and theories that shape our society, history, and culture as well as the ways we act and think. In this flipped-classroom course, students will get to know some of the most influential thinkers of the last 250 years and their ideas . In an interactive setting, students will discuss the lives, theories, and implications of figures such as Rousseau, Horkheimer and Adorno or bell hooks for a changing, globalized world. The goal of the interdisciplinary lecture series “Science four Future” is to raise awareness for the potential of scientific research to contribute to sustainable development as defined in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Mannheim-based researchers from various disciplines including economics, psychology, history, political science, philosophy, information systems, and business management (amongst others) will present cutting-edge research or basic knowledge on sustainability-related topics The overarching aim of the lecture “Ethnic Inequality” is to provide expertise in the field of migration sociology, paying attention not only to the description of main developments but also to the theoretical understanding and critical assessment of the sophisticated empirical evidence. The sociology of migration is undoubtedly one of the sociological areas that have experienced a noticeable upswing in recent years.
|Science for Future: Cultural Studies, Ethnic Inequalities & Sustainable Development|
|Study Level:||Bachelor-Programs (all fields), 3rd Semester+|
|IDV 401 Lecture|
|Fall Semester 2022||5||Prof. Dr. Phillip|
|MAN 454 Science for|
Future – How Scientific
Research can Support
Prof. Dr. Laura
|Social Sciences||Spring Semester|
|6||Prof. Dr. Kogan,|
This module combines business studies in corporate governance and corporate social responsibility, enriched by adding international cultural perspectives to business students learning portfolio. The course “Corporate Governance” allows Master’s students in business studies to develop an understanding of important issues in corporate governance and of its relevance in a social, political, and economic context. The “Corporate Social Responsibility” lecture sensitizes participants to the relevance of CSR in daily business. The imparted knowledge enables students to handle the concept of “Corporate Social Responsibility” appropriately. In particular, students get an overview of the broad topic landscape of CSR and are provided with first-hand practitioner insights into it. This allows them to build the competencies required to define the scope, implications, and limits of CSR in management. The Humanities course „International Cultural Studies“ introduces ENGAGE.EU learners to cultural studies as a site of critical inquiry into society, history, and culture. Analyzing key terms, ideas, concepts, and theories that shape the ways we act and think (including ethnicity, gender, globalization, identity, ideology, popular culture, post-colonialism), this course takes on an international perspective. Students will get to know some of the most influential ideas and thinkers of the last 250 years and discuss the lives, theories, and implications of figures such as Rousseau, Horkheimer and Adorno or bell hooks for a changing, globalized world.
|Broadening Governance Horizons – Cultural Studies Foundations, Corporate Social Responsibility and|
Sustainability Perspectives for Management and Governance
|Study Level:||Masters-Programs in Business (to an extend open to nearby fields)|
|FIN 630 Corporate|
Corporate Finance /
|Fall Semester 2022||6||Prof. Dr.|
|IDV 401 Lecture|
|Fall Semester 2022||5||Prof. Dr. Phillip|
|CC 504 Corporate Social|
|4||Prof. Dr. Laura|
Fall Semester 2022:
Spring Semester 2023:
Requirements for the Bachelor's Module: enrollment in a bachelor’s program at an ENGAGE.EU partner university in the fall semester 2022 and spring semester 2023; Ideally, you have completed one year of full time studies which amounts to 60 ECTS Credits.
Requirements for the Master's Module: enrollment in a master’s program of business (or nearby fields) at an ENGAGE.EU partner university in the fall semester 2022 and spring semester 2023.
Application procedure: please read the instructions below.
The Course Catalog of the Fall Semester 2022 will be available by 1 June 2022.
The online course offer is available to students studying at the following partner universities:
Bachelor’s level courses: enrollment in a bachelor’s program at a partner university in the fall semester 2022; Ideally, you have completed one year of full time studies which amounts to 60 ECTS Credits.
Master’s level courses: enrollment in a master’s program at a partner university in the fall semester 2022.
Please note: in addition to the above mentioned general admission requirements, single courses may also have special admission requirements such as previous knowledge in the field etc. Please take a close look at the course descriptions and stated requirements in the course catalog below.
We encourage you to apply even if you do not have final credit transfer approval from your home university at the time of application. Should you find out that credit transfer is not possible at your home university and would not like to attend an ENGAGE course at University of Mannheim any more, kindly write an e-mail to oei.engage and state that you would like to cancel your particpation. uni-mannheim.de
Please write an e-mail to oei.engage and indicate which course you would like to de-register from. In case you de-register from all courses you were admitted for, please send a written request for disregistration to the above mentioned e-mail address. uni-mannheim.de
To begin your application, please complete the following online form. After submitting the form, you will be asked to register with our Mobility Online Portal to complete your application. In our portal, you will be asked to upload
In our portal, you will then be able to indicate the courses you would like to apply for:
The selection will be based on an evaluation of your overall academic performance (transcript of records) and the statement of motivation. University of Mannheim will inform its partner universities about the admitted students, so they can confirm the students' selection and enrollment.
Please note: Enrollment at the home institution during the fall semester 2022 is mandatory for registration as an OEI/