SAP Corporate Master Program
SAP Education is a leading provider in the global IT training market. Each year, more than 300,000 students take advantage of the extensive training that SAP Education offers. Since 1999, more than 120,000 participants have successfully completed more than 206,000 consultant certification courses. Firsthand insights give students a leading edge: SAP Education has detailed knowledge of the current SAP solutions and invests continuously in innovative educational offerings.
For more information, go to http://www.sap.de/education
SAP University Alliances
The SAP University Alliances program is a global initiative with nearly 900 member institutions in more than 30 countries. SAP AG sponsors this hands-on, forward looking educational program, which gives teaching staff and students all over the world access to the latest SAP technologies. The program is aimed at universities and vocational institutions that want to actively integrate SAP software into their teaching.
For more information, go to http://uac.sap.com
Steinbeis Center of Management and Technology (SCMT)
Steinbeis Center of Management and Technology (SCMT) comprises the leading institutes of Steinbeis University Berlin. Steinbeis University has more than 4,500 students, making it the largest private university in Germany. Individual programs offer a variety of study options. These programs can complement or form the basis of degree courses. Students can select a study program from the SCMT offerings based on their educational goals and existing qualifications. All study programs are
characterized by the unique project competency approach developed by SCMT. Steinbeis University Berlin is one of the few private universities authorized to award doctorates. This gives master’s graduates the opportunity to study for a PhD while employed.
For more information, go to http://www.scmt.com
SRH Hochschule Heidelberg
SRH Hochschule (Heidelberg University of Applied Sciences) is a state recognized, private university founded in 1969. Nearly 2,000 students are enrolled in 30 accredited bachelor and master study courses on the campus, and the teaching staff members know their students individually. The university carries out research and development projects in close collaboration with businesses, guaranteeing a varied, hands-on education aligned with current issues. Germany’s oldest and largest private nonvirtual university teaches a broad spectrum of courses and offers students an interdisciplinary education. Economics, management information systems, computer science, engineering and architecture, and social sciences are the university’s main focuses.
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Technische Universität München
Technische Universität München has 13 faculties and offers 133 study programs with an enrollment of about 23,300 students, 20% of whom come from outside Germany. It is one of Europe’s leading universities in the field of computer science, and the computer science faculty currently has 20 chairs. Students at the Chair for Information Systems receive a sound education in the design, implementation, and deployment of information and communication technologies in business and administrative contexts. Technische Universität München attaches great importance to a sound theoretical foundation, a methods-based approach, and practical experience. The university regards it as its mission to develop flexible individuals with team-playing skills who are able to apply their specialized knowledge to real-world, sociotechnical problems and to adopt a scientific approach to practical issues.
For more information, go to http://www.tum.de and http://www.winfobase.de