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New Certificate Program “Studium Oecologicum”
As of the fall semester 2022, students of the University of Mannheim can obtain a free certificate as part of the Studium Oecologicum. With presentations and workshops, the program offers a holistic approach to sustainability across all schools and semesters.
GBP Monitor August: More than Half of the Companies in Germany Received State Aids, Businesses Hit Hardest by the Coronavirus Pandemic Now Demand for More
The war in Ukraine continues to effect companies in Germany. This is documented in the August report of the German Business Panel (GBP) at the University of Mannheim.
Shanghai Ranking: University of Mannheim Again Leading in Economics and Social Sciences
The University of Mannheim has been ranked the best German university in Finance, Business Administration and Political Sciences. It also ranks number 2 in Economics and number 3 in Sociology and Communication.
A beacon of freedom and solidarity: Christopher Street Day 2022
On Saturday, 13 August 2022 PRIDE will be celebrated again in the squares
Mourning the Loss of Dr. Hans-Joachim Treutler
The University of Mannheim mourns the loss of Dr. Hans-Joachim Treutler who passed on 24 July 2022 at the age of 94. Treutler established two foundations at the University of Mannheim and financed the renovation of a seminar room in the Ehrenhof West of the Schloss that was then named after him. We ...
Course Program for Studium Generale Now Online
The course program for the fall semester is now online. You can register for the courses as of 29 August.
University Big Band Looking for New Musicians
The College Jazz Orchestra, the big band of the University of Mannheim, is looking for new musicians.
Neues Vorlesungsprogramm für Gasthörende und Seniorenstudierende
Das Vorlesungsverzeichnis der Universität Mannheim für das Gasthörer- und Seniorenstudium im Herbstsemester 2022 ist ab sofort online verfügbar.
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GBP Monitor July: Companies’ Satisfaction with the Government’s Economic Policy Hits Annual Low
Due to the energy crisis and planning uncertainty, German companies are currently particularly dissatisfied with the government’s economic policy. This is documented in the July report of the German Business Panel (GBP) at the University of Mannheim.