DFG-Förderung für Jun.-Prof. Dr. Rachuba:
Integrierte Planung in Krankenhäusern [more]
Wissenschaftler der Schumpeter School bei WFA Konferenz:
rennomierteste Konferenz im Bereich Finanzwirtschaft [more]
Best Paper Award
der AMA Winter Academic Conference erhalten [more]
Proseminare im Sommersemester 2020
Bewerbungsphase beendet [more]
Klausurphase startet an der Schumpeter School [more]
Special website of the Schumpeter School
Dear members of the Schumpeter School,
this page collects information concerning studying and teaching at the Schumpeter School of Business and Economics during the current crisis. You will find tips and contact persons as well as current information.
We make every effort to keep the information provided here up to date, but please also refer to the other pages of the University for additional information.
Info page "Corona"
Campus, Lectures and Events
Currently students are not allowed to enter the university buildings and are asked to avoid the campus completely. All facilities ( Mensae and cafeterias, the library, service points and offices etc.) are closed to the public.
The start of the lecture period of the summer semester 2020 has been postponed for the time being to April 20, 2020. Also "digital classroom teaching" services will not start until 20. April 2020.
From March 17, 2020, currently until April 19, 2020, there will be no classroom lectures. This applies to all offers of the university (courses, lectures, sports activities, consultation hours etc.). The extent to which other forms of teaching can be used is currently being examined.
The remaining examinations of the second examination period of the winter semester 2019/2020 have to be postponed for the time being. With regard to alternative examination dates, no concrete information can be provided at present; information will be provided as soon as the situation allows the examination board to make sound decisions.In any case, examinations can be scheduled at the earliest when lectures begin.
The submission of seminar papers is possible by sending them via snail mail to the respective chair or supervisor within the deadline, if a submission on site is not possible.
Students of the Schumpeter School can also hand in their thesis by sending it in due time via snail mail to the Bergische Universität Wuppertal, Prüfungsamt Wirtschaftswissenschaft, Gaußstr. 20, 42119 Wuppertal, Germany, if a submission on site is not possible.
Exception: Bachelor Colloquium
Bachelor colloquia at the end of the Bachelor thesis can still be scheduled under certain circumstances. Please contact the respective chair for this.
Announcement of grades
The announcement of grades is still carried out via the WUSEL or StudiLöwe portals, but the posting of lists of grades in the glass cases of the examination office is currently only carried out to a very limited extent.
The counselling and support services offered by the central institutions of the School continue to operate, but it is not possible to offer consultation hours. Please contact the appropriate offices by e-mail, depending on your request:
The counselling and support services of the individual chairs are coordinated individually by them. You will find information on the individual pages:
Applications and Deadlines
Applications to the Examination Board, in particular an application to extend the time allowed for the completion of a thesis for a valid reason, can still be submitted in the usual way via the Examination Office. The processing is currently ensured, but there may be shorter waiting times.Other applications and master applications will of course continue to be processed. Only consultation hours cannot be offered at present. Please contact the relevant offices by e-mail if you have any questions. Currently valid deadlines remain valid in principle. If you have any queries, please contact the relevant offices.