International Business Solution Project in Business Information Systems
Homepage of the "International Business Solution Project"
Portal of the practical course "International Business Solution Project" (link is coming soon!)
Prof. Dr. Andreas Heberle was given one of fifteen fellowships
Announcement of 9.12.2011 (German only!)
Prof. Dr. Andreas Heberle within "Hörbar",
the radio magazine of Karlsruhe University of Applied Sciences
Interview from 20.12.2011 (German only!)
International Business Solution Project
The aim of the International Business Solution Project is to challenge an international team of students with real-life problems of international customers. The customers offer ideas for business solutions which are implemented by a team of students within a period of approx. 12 weeks.
The task of each individual student is to work as part of the team and to develop an optimal, target-oriented solution to the given problem. In order to achieve the best business solution, the students are accompanied and supported by a team of professors and experts.
Benefits for Students
- You experience the dynamics of an international project team
- You learn independently and in a result-oriented way
- You experience a real-life client-contractor relationship with a fixed date of delivery
- You understand the different roles in the project team from project management to quality assurance
Our Partners are important
Our aim is to have a large network of satisfied partners in industry. Our circle of partners is constantly growing and it would be a pleasure to welcome you into the network. If you have an idea for an exciting project that you would like to see implemented then contact us. Since our students have a wide range of methodical and formal knowledge from the area of Computer Science as well as Business Information Systems, the range of possible projects and business solutions is broad.
The International Business Solution Project by Professor Heberle was awarded as one of fifteen “fellowships for innovations in university teaching” by the Baden-Württemberg Stiftung, the Joachim Herz Stiftung and the Stifterverband für die Deutsche Wissenschaft.