Programmes

Bachelor's programme Social Work

Diploma: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements; N. C.; pre-study internship (see below)

Language of Instruction: German

Duration: 7 semesters (start: winter semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: none

The programme’s objective is training the ability to act professionally in the various practice fields of social work based on scientific knowledge and scientific methods. Its concept is geared towards the rapid changes in the welfare state and the constantly emerging problems, as well as the socially valid claim of quality management in social work. In addition to an undergraduate education, knowledge and skills are taught that stress a behaviour-oriented approach. Social problems are analysed against the background of empirical-scientific findings and methods are used whose effectiveness is testable and verifiable. After the behaviour-oriented approach has long proved to be successful in other countries, the training provides a connection to international practice. 
Taught qualifications are oriented towards the Global Standards for Social Work Education and Training.

Programme Structure

The first stage of studies covers theoretical issues like the basics of social work as a disciplin and profession, basics of humanities and social sciences, behaviour-oriented action, law and management, and scientific research. The second stage of studies begins with the internship during the 5th semester. During the 6th and 7th semester, there are general courses, but students also choose their specialised area of studies and write their bachelor’s thesis. Currently possible specialisations: Development and support in early childhood; social service for predelinquents and social re-integration; healthcare counselling; youth and adult education; social support for children, youths and families; music therapy in social work; social work in an immigrant society; social work in an ageing society; social work with mentally ill and addicted persons; social work and disability.

Career Perspectives

The sphere of activity includes measures for children and young people, social services for women and/or mothers, for the married and for families, support for the elderly and/or disabled, offers in healthcare, services for people with a migration background, support against educational disadvantages and for the unemployed and/or poor, and services for delinquents, but also participating in training, teaching and research, in continuing education and advanced training. These tasks are fulfilled by public and non-profit institutions and services.

Additional Information

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact persons

Prof. Dr. Theresia Wintergerst
Room T.2.15
Tiepolostr. 6
97070 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-8926
E-Mail theresia.wintergerst[at]fhws.de

Bachelor’s programme Healthcare Management

Diploma: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements; completed vocational training in healthcare profession (see below)

Language of Instruction: German

Duration: 7 semesters (start: winter semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: none

This full-time programme equips students for general management or lead department roles in healthcare facilities. Therefore, students are taught technical-methodical, but also social-personal management skills. The programme uses an interdisciplinary business- and behaviour-oriented approach. Among the topics is not only the management of organisations, groups and personnel, but also reflecting one’s own role in management. To be able to also apply knowledge acquired in a theoretical way, students can gain multiple experiences from healthcare facilities by working on a practical project, by an internship and a practice-oriented final thesis.

Programme Structure

Standard time to degree is seven semesters, the 5th semester being the practical semester. The6th and 7th semester serves specialisation where students can choose their study focus individually. After completing all modules successfully students will have earned 210 Credit Points and the degree “Bachelor of Arts” (B.A.). The degree opens ways for further academic training – from a master’s programme to doctoral studies.

Career Perspectives

Graduates take on leading roles in clinics and institutions of geriatric care. They work in associations, health insurances, consulting services and other institutions of the healthcare sector. Another important occupational field is quality and risk management in healthcare facilities.

Additional Information

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact persons

Prof. Dr. Holger Truckenbrodt
Pavillion I
Room T.1.06
Tiepolostraße 6
97070 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-8501 oder -8420
E-Mail holger.truckenbrodt[at]fhws.de

Consultation hours by arrangement

Bachelor’s programme Media Management

Diploma: Bachelor of Arts (B.A.)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements; N. C. (see below)

Language of Instruction: German, parts in English

Duration: 7 semesters (start: winter semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: none

Media are constantly changing - especially due to constant technical innovation and the following change of use habits. The degree programme prepares students to develop, produce, design, and sell content for different kinds of media (print, broadcasting, online media; mobile applications). The central idea is teaching the students skills and knowledge of communication studies, business administration, but also legal issues and design-related matters. Students get to know all methods of media production from a strategic and also an operational perspective so that special skills in managing media projects are being developed.

Programme Structure

At the start of the programme, there is a three-day team training. During the first four semesters, students learn business basics and the fundamentals of media science and journalism. Additionally, their technical English knowledge will be intensified. Many practice-oriented projects support the development of managerial skills. The 5th semester is an internship semester usually spent in media companies, marketing departments or agencies. During the 6th and 7th semester, students can choose from four areas of specialisation to further enhance their skills: Cross-media editing, PR and Corporate Communications, Product and Project Management, Digital Media Marketing. The degree programme is completed by writing a bachelor’s thesis. Academic education is completed by a bachelor's thesis.

Career Perspectives

 

Additional Information

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact persons

Prof. Dr. Thilo Büsching 
Room F.1.18
Friedrichstraße 17a
97082 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-8489 
E-Mail thilo.buesching[at]fhws.de

Master’s programme Social Work

Diploma: Master of Arts (M.A.)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements (see below)

Language of Instruction: German

Duration: 3 semesters (start: summer semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: none

The consecutive Master’s programme Social Work is a complex full-time programme which follows the bachelor’s programme Social Work at the Faculty of Applied Social Sciences. Its graduates are qualified for management, higher-level and professional duties on a master’s level. For these, the programme teaches the following competences:

  • deeper methodical expertise in terms of receiving and implementing research results 
  • advanced competences in terms of behavioural analysis and intervention
  • more detailed knowledge about management
  • greater ability to participate in social science discourses and confidently represent a professional position when in contact with future colleagues from other disciplines.

Programme Structure

The Master’s programme takes three semesters consisting of eleven modules. Courses mainly take place during the first two semesters, while the 3d semester is almost completely dedicated to the master’s thesis. Modules of the 1st semester are Academia and Social Work I, Behavioural Methods, Law and Social Work , Organisation and Quality Management, and Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods. During the 2nd semester, there are Academia and Social Work II, Finance and Staff Management, Media and Social Work, Behavioural Projects I, Socio-Scientific Specialisation, and Methodological Specialisation. Behavioural Projects are practical projects with four contact hours per week. Practical projects are continued during the 3rd semester (Behavioural Projects II) when also the final thesis is prepared.

Career Perspectives

Graduates are qualified for management, higher-level and professional duties on a master’s level, i.e. for leading roles in social enterprises, child and youth psychotherapy possibly with their own practice, expert and consulting tasks for (social welfare) associations or foundations, but also for jobs in teaching and researching at universities of applied sciences.

Additional Information

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact persons

Prof. Dr. Ulrich Gartzke
Room T.2.12
Tiepolostraße 6
97070 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-8907
E-Mail msa.fas[at]fhws.de

Consultation hours by arrangement (e-mail preferred)

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Master's programme International Social Work with Refugees and Migrants

Diploma: Master of Arts (M.A.)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements (see below)

Language of Instruction: English

Duration: 3 semesters (start: summer semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: none

The Masters programme International Social Work with Refugees and Migrants is an application-oriented and, in terms of content and sharing, internationally oriented English-language degree programme. The programme provides professional, social and profession-related competences for the field of action of social work with migrants and refugees in the international and national context. Based on empirical finings and theoretical references, students are qualified in intercultural, legal, educational and psychological terms to develop and implement solution-oriented courses of action for the special situation of refugees and migrants. They are enabled to operate in the area of policies of local as well as international actors. The professional grasp of social work in the context of migration will thus be further developed.

Programme Structure

The programme consists of six areas of study which will turn the students’ focus to the international level of social work, sensitise them for the work with refugees and migrants, and teach them practice-oriented methodological and decision-making competences. Especially the area of study no. V strengthens the international focus of the programme. Students learn the language of a typical region of origin or transit and have the opportunity to study abroad or do an internship abroad for one semester, preferably in a region of origin or transit.

Career Perspectives

Graduates are able to act professionally on a national level (e.g. migrants’ advice centres, youth welfare with unaccompanied minor refugees, volunteer management) and to do management tasks. Moreover, they are able to work skilfully and competently in an international environment (e.g. supervision of UNHCR refugee camps, EU Asylum Hotspot Centres or other internationally operating organisations). The steadily growing demand for skilled specialists due to the world-wide increasing migration results in very good job prospects.

Additional Information

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact

Prof. Dr. Vathsala Aithal
Room T.1.12
Tiepolostraße 6
97070 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-8235
E-Mail vathsala.aithal[at]fhws.de

Consultation by arrangement.

Master's programme Developmental Music Therapy and Music Therapy with Dementia Patients

Diploma: Master of Arts (M.A.)

Entrance Requirements: see below “Additional Information”

Language of Instruction: German, parts in English

Duration: 4 semesters (start: winter semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: € 6,800

The advanced training programme Developmental Music Therapy and Music Therapy with Dementia Patients at the University of Applied Sciences Würzburg-Schweinfurt qualifies its students for an independent, scientifically sound application and development of music therapy interventions. It focuses especially on skills in music therapy for both the disabled (including autism, neurorehabilitation and hospice work) and dementia patients (including the elderly with other handicaps). The programme’s paradigm is a bio-psycho-social approach with an evidence-based foundation. The advanced training is international in its orientation and meets the subject area’s international standards. International university cooperation is thus firmly linked to the entire training programme.

Career Perspectives

The advanced training master provides qualification for specialists and managers in in-patient and out-patient facilities, but also for related services. Occupational fields include:

  • hospitals
  • facilities for the disabled and other special facilities
  • geriatric care institutions
  • out-patient services
  • social participation
  • teaching (e.g. in nursing training)

Additionally, graduates are entitled to enter doctoral studies either carried out in existing research projects of FHWS or together with other German or international higher education institutions.

Additional Information

Since 2017, enrolment in this programme has no longer been possible. The reason for this is the discontinuation of the programme, which has been decided at least until further notice.

Contact persons

Ann-Kathrin Folle bzw. Prof. Dr. Thomas Wosch
Münzstraße 12
97070 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-6301
E-Mail ann-kathrin.folle[at]fhws.de bzw. thomas.wosch[at]fhws.de

Consultation hours by arrangement (e-mail preferred)

For more information, please visit the pages of the FHWS Campus for Professional Development.

Master’s programme Behavioral Counseling

Diploma: Master of Arts (M.A.)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements; min. one year professional experience in related field (see below)

Language of Instruction: German

Duration: 5 semesters while working (start: winter semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: € 1,750

Behavioral Counseling, an extra-occupational programme for advanced training, teaches and expands knowledge and skills to pursue and develop demanding counselling activities in mental health and educational facilities; beside taking a behavioural approach, it is also using behavioural methods. All skills taught are closely connected to the students’ daily practice: At first they are trained within the protected teaching environment, then transferred to actual practice under controlled conditions and finally, during the practical semester, implemented into the daily routine. Evaluation and supervision are of particular importance. Behavioural orientation is a forward-looking approach in mental health and educational practice; it takes into account intervention-related and socio-political developments, e.g. demands for basing findings on evidence and for professional quality management; moreover, it can be implemented into all mental health and educational counselling situations.

Programme Structure

The programme takes five semesters and is a combination of self study, contact periods (every two to three weeks mainly on Fridays and Saturdays) and practical periods. During the first semester, students gain deeper knowledge regarding normative aspects, methodical research and media science. During the second and third semester, students acquire skills in behaviour-oriented counselling of individuals and groups (preparing behavioural analyses; planning, carrying out and evaluating behaviour-oriented interventions). The fourth semester (practical semester) is used to perform supervised behavioural counselling in institutions/facilities. Students will now put their previously acquired skills and expertise into practice. The Master’s thesis will be written during the fifth semester.

Career Perspectives

After completing the programme, graduates will be enabled to take over responsible positions in all areas of mental health and educational counselling. This includes, among others, work with children/youth (e.g. child guidance), counselling within schools, clinical social work (e.g. psychiatric clinics), work with disabled persons or in geriatric institutions, with migrants (e.g. integration support), or counselling for special occasions (e.g. marriage counselling).

Additional Information

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact persons

Prof. Dr. Franz J. Schermer

Phone +49 931 3511-6305
E-Mail smvb.cw[at]fhws.de

Consultation hours by arrangement

For more information, please visit the pages of the FHWS Campus for Professional Development.

Master’s programme Nursing Management

Diploma: Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Entrance Requirements: General admission requirements; min. one year professional experience in related field (see below)

Language of Instruction: German

Duration: 4 semesters (start: winter semester)

FHWS location: Würzburg, Bad Kissingen

Diploma Supplement: yes

Tuition fees: € 3,000 per semester

This programme teaches the necessary competence to successfully cope with management tasks in the health business. Accordingly, business subjects take up a large part of the programme. Furthermore, theoretical basics as well as practical issues are taken into consideration. So some courses are taught by professionals from the Health Region Bäderland Bayerische Rhön. Therefore, a specialised health business academy Akademie für Gesundheitswirtschaft, which belongs to the innovation centre Röhn-Saale Gründer- und Innovationszentrum (RSG) in Bad Kissingen, helps with organisational issues. The programme’s target group are workers in health services who would like to improve their qualification while being on the job. This includes physicians, pharmacists, but also business administrators, healthcare manager, physical therapists, social education workers, and members of other academic professions in the social and healthcare sector. For physicians, there is the possibility of earning CME-Points.

Programme Structure

The programme takes four semesters of studying while working. A master’s thesis is written during the 4th semester. Every two or three weeks there is face-to-face teaching on Fridays and Saturdays. Depending on the module, there are written and/or oral exams, or graded presentations including a term paper. Bavarian school holidays are taken into account when face-to-face teaching dates are arranged.

Career Perspectives

The programme addresses workers in healthcare and in the health business who - while working - would like to earn an academic degree in the field of management to qualify themselves for the handling of appropriate and responsible tasks. The MBA, accordingly, qualifies for professional development in healthcare. Job prospects are offered, for example, by healthcare facilities and organisations like hospitals, surgeries, insurances, consulting firms, and associations. The MBA-programme, however, is also a suitable preparation when starting a business.

Additional Information

Please note, that enrolment is only possible in winter semesters of uneven years (2017,2019,2021 etc.).

On the following websites you can find out more about general and programme specific admission requirements:

Contact persons

Prof. Dr. Dieter Kulke
Münzstraße 12
97070 Würzburg

Phone +49 931 3511-8838 oder -6304
E-Mail dieter.kulke[at]fhws.de

Consultation by arrangement.

For more information, please visit the pages of the FHWS Campus for Professional Development.

Der Zertifikatslehrgang bietet eine bewährte, richtungsweisende Zusatzqualifikation für Pflegekräfte, insbesondere mit Fachweiterbildung Anästhesie und Intensivmedizin. Eine anspruchsvolle, bedarfsgerechte akut- und intensivmedizinische Versorgung ist ohne den Einsatz speziell weitergebildeter Pflegekräfte nicht mehr möglich. Die Forderung aus der Politik nach qualifizierten, nichtärztlichen Fachkräften für delegierte ärztliche Leistungen wird zunehmend lauter. Eckpunkte sind hierbei ein flächendeckendes Angebot und eine leistungsgerechte Vergütung.

Der Zertifikatslehrgang bietet das notwendige Rüstzeug für den täglichen Einsatz in der akut- und intensivmedizinischen Praxis und ist ein hervorragenden Einstieg in die akademische Ausbildung. In das Curriculum ist die über zehnjährige Erfahrung der Herz- und Gefäßklinik Bad Neustadt a. d. Saale eingeflossen. Hier ist der/die qualifizierte Medizinpraktiker/in ein unentbehrlicher Teil des Behandlungsteams auf der Intensivstation.

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Art des Angebots: Zertifikatslehrgang

Zulassungsvoraussetzungen: Ja (s. u.)

Unterrichtssprache: Deutsch

Abschluss: Hochschulzertifikat 60 ECTS

Beginn: Wintersemester 2017

Dauer: 18 Monate, berufsbegleitend

Standort: Würzburg/Bad Neustadt an der Saale

Fakultät: Angewandte Sozialwissenschaften (FAS)

Kosten: 8.700 Euro (Gesamtpaket: Module 1 bis 4), eine Einzelbelegung der Module ist möglich

Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie auf der Informationsseite des Campus Weiterbildung der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt.

Fundiertes Hochschulwissen für die Praxis

Riskantes Verhalten ist die Unfallursache Nr. 1. Um Menschen dazu zu bewegen, sich sicher zu verhalten, genügt es nicht, sie zu belehren. Auch Druck und die Androhung von Sanktionen erweisen sich nicht als dauerhaft wirksam. Die verhaltensorientierte Arbeitssicherheit (Behavior Based Safety, BBS) ist die Anwendung verhaltenswissenschaftlicher Prinzipien auf den Bereich der Arbeitssicherheit. BBS gilt als der am besten untersuchte und wirksamste Ansatz zur Verbesserung des Verhaltens. Dabei ist BBS kein vorgefertigtes Konzept. Wer die Grundprinzipien von BBS versteht und weiß, wie sie anzuwenden sind, kann in den unterschiedlichsten Situationen Maßnahmen zur Veränderung des sicherheitsrelevanten Verhaltens erfolgreich umsetzen. Diese Zertifikatslehrgang befähigt die Absolventinnen und Absolventen, selbständig einzelfallbezogene, maßgeschneiderte Maßnahmen zur Verbesserung des arbeitssicheren Verhaltens zu entwickeln. Er beinhaltet sowohl die wissenschaftlichen Grundlagen als auch die Vermittlung von Kompetenzen zur praktischen Umsetzung solcher Maßnahmen. In das Curriculum ist die langjährige Erfahrung von Wissenschaftlern und Praktikern aus dem Bereich der Arbeitssicherheit eingeflossen.

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Art des Angebots: Zertifikatslehrgang

Zulassungsvoraussetzungen: Ja (s. u.)

Unterrichtssprache: Deutsch

Abschluss: Hochschulzertifikat 20 ECTS

Beginn: Wintersemester 17/18 

Dauer: 6 Monate berufsbegleitend, Block- und Wochenendveranstaltungen

Standort: Würzburg

Fakultät: Angewandte Sozialwissenschaften (FAS)

Kosten: 2.190 Euro, eine Einzelbelegung der Module ist möglich

Weitere Informationen erhalten Sie auf der Informationsseite des Campus Weiterbildung der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt.

Der Schutz Geistigen Eigentums spielt bei der Entwicklung und Vermarktung innovativer Produkte eine herausragende Rolle. Unternehmerischer Erfolg oder Misserfolg ist häufig an die Frage geknüpft, ob für die eigenen Produkte eine tragfähige Schutzstrategie besteht und ob gleichzeitig fremde Rechte des Geistigen Eigentums gewahrt werden.

Der Zertifikatslehrgang bietet einen umfassenden Überblick über die unterschiedlichen Rechte des Geistigen Eigentums und versetzt die Teilnehmenden in die Lage, die Grundzüge der Schutzfähigkeit und -bedürftigkeit von Innovationen und geistigen Leistungen zu erkennen. Anhand aktueller und praxisnaher Beispiele werden zudem die rechtlichen Grundlagen des Wettbewerbsrechts (unter anderem in Bezug auf irreführende und vergleichende Werbung), des Onlinerechts sowie der Nutzung sozialer Medien erarbeitet.

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Art des Angebots: Zertifikatslehrgang
Zulassungsvoraussetzungen: Ja (s. u.)
Unterrichtssprache: Deutsch
Abschluss: Hochschulzertifikat 10 ECTS
Beginn: Sommersemester 2019
Dauer:  6 Monate, berufsbegleitend
Standort: Würzburg
Fakultät: Angewandte Sozialwissenschaften
Kosten:  1595 Euro (Gesamtpaket: Module 1 und 2), eine Einzelbelegung der Module ist möglich

Zielgruppe

Unsere Zielgruppe sind unter anderem Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter aus der Unternehmensführung, Produktentwicklung und PR-Abteilung,  Marketing- und Social-Media-Verantwortliche sowie Verantwortliche für webbasierte Anwendungen in Unternehmen und Organisationen. Insbesondere richtet sich der Zertifikatslehrgang an Mitarbeiterinnen, Mitarbeiter und Freelancer, die mit Fragen der Produktentwicklung, der Internetpräsenz, des digitalen Marketings und webbasierter Anwendung betraut sind oder Arbeit- bzw. Auftraggeber hierin unterstützen.

Zulassungsvoraussetzungen

  • erfolgreich abgeschlossenes Hochschulstudiums in einer der Fachrichtungen Wirtschaftswissenschaften, Journalismus, Sozialwissenschaften, Informatik, Wirtschaftsinformatik, Ingenieurwissenschaften oder einer vergleichbaren Fachrichtung
    und
    eine sich hieran anschließenden einschlägige, qualifizierte hauptberufliche Tätigkeit von mindestens einem Jahr.

 

Studienaufbau und Abschluss

Modul 1 Gewerblicher Rechtsschutz und Urheberrecht mit folgenden Themen (5 ECTS, 4 Ganztagesveranstaltungen):

  • Einführung, schutzrechtsübergreifende Grundlagen
  • Urheberrecht, verwandte Schutzrechte
  • Marken- und Designrecht
  • Patent- und Gebrauchsmusterrecht

Modul 2 Wettbewerbsrecht, Onlinerecht und Social Media mit folgenden Themen (5 ECTS, 4 Ganztagesveranstaltungen):

  • Unlauterer Wettbewerb
  • Persönlichkeitsschutz, Recht am eigenen Bild, Presse- und Äußerungsrecht
  • Domainrecht, Pflichten beim Betrieb von Webseiten, Vertragsschluss im Internet
  • Rechtliche Aspekte bei der Nutzung Sozialer Medien, Medienstrafrecht

 

Professoren und Lehrbeauftragte

Prof. Dr. Achim Förster, LL.M. (Indiana)

  • Professor für Urheberrecht, Medienrecht und Medienpolitik an der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt
  • zuvor Staatsanwalt bei der Staatsanwaltschaft Schweinfurt (Schwerpunkt Computer- und Internetkriminalität) sowie Richter am Amtsgericht Bad Neustadt a.d. Saale (Straf- und Betreuungssachen) und am Landgericht Schweinfurt (Zivilkammer)
  • Autor und (Mit-)Herausgeber zahlreicher Publikationen, u.a. der Vorschriftensammlung “Geistiges Eigentum” (Mohr Siebeck)

 

Dr. Susanne Grimm

  • Rechtsanwältin und Fachanwältin für gewerblichen Rechtsschutz in der Kanzlei Löffler-Wenzel-Sedelmeier PartG mbB, Stuttgart
  • Lehrbeauftragte für Wettbewerbsrecht, Marken- und Designrecht an der Hochschule für angewandte Wissenschaften Würzburg-Schweinfurt und an der Universität Tübingen für Urheberrecht
  • seit über 10 Jahren in der Beratung von Unternehmen aus der Medienbranche, der Automobilindustrie, der Modebranche und dem Handel im gewerblichen Rechtsschutz, insbesondere im Bereich der Bekämpfung von Produktpiraterie und Markenverletzung sowie Verletzungen des UWG, tätig

 

Michaela Gilch

  • Rechtsanwältin und Wirtschaftsjuristin (Univ. Bayreuth) in der Kanzlei Gleim Petri Patent- und Rechtsanwaltspartnerschaft mbH, Würzburg
  • langjährige Erfahrung auf dem Gebiet des Gewerblichen Rechtsschutzes
  • Tätigkeitsschwerpunkte in der Anmeldung von Marken und Designs sowie der gerichtlichen und außergerichtlichen Durchsetzung von Schutzrechten, wettbewerbs- und vertragsrechtlichen Ansprüchen und dem Arbeitnehmererfinderrecht

 

Chan-jo Jun

  • Chan-jo Jun (*1974) betreibt eine Rechtsanwaltskanzlei für IT-Recht mit neun Anwälten in Würzburg.
  • Bekannt wurde er durch sein juristisches Engagement gegen Hasskriminalität auf Facebook, mit dem er Ermittlungsverfahren gegen Mark Zuckerberg und andere Facebook-Manager ins Rollen und Facebook vor Gericht brachte.
  • Mit seinem Team arbeitet Jun am Einsatz von künstlicher Intelligenz zur Lösung rechtlicher Aufgaben in Rechtsabteilungen.
  • Eine besondere Spezialität liegt im Bereich des Software-Lizenzrechts, insbesondere bei Open Source Software.
  • Zu seinen Mandanten gehören sowohl mittelständische Softwareunternehmen, als auch Automobilhersteller; ein Teil der Arbeitszeit im Team ist jedoch für unbezahltes gesellschaftliches Engagement reserviert.

 

Dr. Ralf Uhrich, LL.M. (London)

  • Rechtsanwalt und Syndikusrechtsanwalt in München, spezialisiert auf die (schieds-)gerichtliche Durchsetzung technischer Schutzrechte

  • Lehrbeauftragter an der Universität Basel

 

Abschluss

Bei erfolgreichem Bestehen der Modulabschlussprüfungen erhalten Sie ein Hochschulzertifikat im Umfang von 10 ECTS-Punkten. Bei Einzelmodulen einen Teilnahmenachweis mit ECTS-Ausweis.

Bewerbung

Bitte nutzen Sie unser Online-Bewerbungsformular, um uns Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen für die Teilnahme am Zertifikatslehrgang Flüchtlingssozialarbeit zu senden.

Die Teilnehmerzahl ist pro Lehrgang auf 30 Personen begrenzt.

Ansprechpartner

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