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    Content:  Content and Structure

    Regular rotation: every SuSe

    Current announcement: will be held by Prof. Dr. Daniela Lorenz in SuSe 2021

    Content: Content and structure

    Regular rotation: every WiSe

    Current announcement: The lecture will be held in WiSe 20/21 by Prof. Dr. Daniela Lorenz.

    Content:  Structure

    Regular rotation: every WiSe

    Current announcement: will be held by PD Dr. Hans Rau-Bredow in WiSe 20/21

    • Lecture:
      • Lecturer: PD Dr. Hans Rau-Bredow
      • Block event:
        Friday, 04.12.2020, 11:15 – 19:00 Uhr, Großer IHK Hörsaal
        Friday, 11.12.2020, 11:15 – 19:00 Uhr, Großer IHK Hörsaal
        Friday, 18.12.2020, 11:15 – 19:00 Uhr, Großer IHK Hörsaal
    • Exercise:
      • Lecturer:  Felix Eppler, M.Sc.
      • Live zoom exercises:
      • Friday, 08.01.2021, 11 - 15 Uhr
        Friday, 15.01.2021, 11 - 15 Uhr
        Friday, 22.01.2021, 11 - 15 Uhr
        Friday, 29.01.2021, 11 - 15 Uhr
        Friday, 05.02.2021, 11 - 15 Uhr
        Friday, 12.02.2021, 11 - 15 Uhr (question time; only if required)

    Content: Content and Structure

    Regular rotation: every WiSe

    Current announcement: will be held by Prof. Dr. Leonhard Knoll  in WiSe 20/21

    Content:  Description

    Regular rotation: every semester

    Current announcement: will be supervised in summer term 2021 by Prof. Dr. Lorenz

    Application period: 10.12.2020 - 10.01.2021

    Introduction meeting with topic assignment: to be announced

    Specification of topic preference until: to be announced

    Delivery until: to be announced

    Presentation: to be announced

    • Application:
      An overview of grades and a certificate of the registered examination results must be uploaded together with the application via the faculty's own online portal "FLIP".
      For applicants with priority 1 to our chair: Send an informal application with two or three sentences about your motivation for writing at our chair, possible topic suggestions as well as the desired time for processing l-bwl4@uni-wuerzburg.de  within the deadline by e-mail
    • Prerequisite:
      Focus on Banking Management or Corporate Finance in the Master's Programme
    • Achievements to be performed:
      Seminar paper (25 pages) und lecture with presentation (20 minutes)
      ( Presentation guide)
    • Posting of your grade:
      In order to be able to book your grade, it is mandatory that you also register via WueStudy (study planner).

    • Prerequisite:

    For the supervision of a Master's thesis, preference is given to students who have specialised in the area of FACT and/or have made in-depth studies in Corporate Finance.

    • Application:

    An overview of grades and a certificate of the registered examination results must be uploaded together with the application via the faculty's own online portal "FLIP".

    For applicants with priority 1 to our chair: Send an informal application with two or three sentences about your motivation for writing at our chair, possible topic suggestions as well as the desired time for processing to l-bwl4@uni-wuerzburg.de within the deadline by e-mail.

    • Registration:

    You can only register if you have successfully completed at least 60 ECTS credits.

    For students starting their studies in the winter semester 2015/2016  (ASPO 2015):
    Application: Please download the current application form  as a pdf file  to complete it.
    Processing time: maximum 6 months from the registration date
    Submission: The Master's thesis must be submitted  to the Examination Office in triplicate in written form with adhesive binding and in duplicate in electronic form (pdf file) on a data carrier in due time.

    If you began your studies before the winter semester 2015/2016 (ASPO 2009):
    Application: Please download the current application form as a pdf file to complete it.
    Processing time: maximum 6 months from the registration date
    Submission: The Master's thesis must be submitted in duplicate in written form with adhesive binding and in electronic form (pdf file) on a data carrier to the Examination Office in due time.

    Find general information  about theses.