The Ingolstadt School of Management (Wirtschaftswissenschaftliche Fakultät Ingolstadt /WFI) is a part of the Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt and the faculty of Business Administration it is the newest of eight faculties. Its relatively small size allows both students and professors the opportunity to maintain effective personal contact and to exchange ideas. Teaching methods are focussed on the growth of the individual. Their practical, methodical and internationally orientated training is facilitated by professors, lecturers, teachers, economic luminaries and guest lecturers from abroad. Furthermore, progressive integration of school with national and international companies, has already led to great success in scholarship, research and business practice. They also strive to prepare students for the challenges of a future professional life in global Business Management. The WFI has already been ranked among the top German universities in a number of respected polls. Naturally, this presents the Faculty with great challenges. Therefore the Ingolstadt School of Management is continuing to prepare tomorrow's managers and executives optimally for economy of the 21st century.
Ingolstadt School of Management offers courses in several academic areas.
Course Approval Process
All courses taken on study abroad programs must then be approved by the appropriate college course approval contact as listed in the link below. Approval is indicated by the appropriate college representative’s signature on the Course Approval Form.
Please visit Course Approval Process webpage to review the approval process and print a Course Approval Form: http://www.marquette.edu/abroad/course-approval-process.shtml
Grades and Credit Transfer:
Study abroad is an academic experience. While your grades will not count towards your GPA, it is vital that you are academically successful. To earn credits for courses taken abroad, you will need to earn the equivalent of a ‘C’ or better at your host institution. You cannot take classes pass/fail at your host institution.
Full Time Status
You are required to take the equivalent of at least 12 U.S. credits while abroad
. This program runs on the ECTS system (European Credit Transfer System). 2 ECTS credits counts for 1 US credit. A course worth 6 ECTS will transfer back to Marquette as 3 US credits. You will need to take 24 ECTS credits at Katholische Universitat for the term.
There are various types of student housing accommodations in Germany:
WGs (Wohngemeinschaften) Apartment-Sharing: 2 or more students rent an apartment/house together and share the costs. Each student has his/her own room, but the kitchen and bathroom are shared with everyone. For more information please visit their website.
One-Room Apartment: Private persons rent one-room apartments to students. Many ads are posted in the Donaukurier (local newspaper)
Residential Halls/Dormitories: Students rent a room. Kitchen and bathroom are shared, depending on the dormitory. For contacts and information see the CU homepage.
Please refer to the Budget Sheets for each term, Fall
Located in the centre of Bavaria, Ingolstadt is an attractive, lively city, full of variety and well worth a visit. The city offers a fascinating mixture of the historical, the traditional and the modern.You are cordially invited to explore the city of Ingolstadt.
Within the city walls magnificent historical treasures are waiting to be discovered. Lovingly restored gabled houses, imposing gateways, lofty towers and impressive fortifications are all part of the old towns charm. Discover the award-winning Klenzepark where you can enjoy a stroll along the banks of the River Danube.Try some of the city's many cultural activities: outstanding museums, internationally renowned concerts, attractive exhibitions and gripping theatrical performances are only some of the possibilities that await you. Walk round the "museum mobile" at Audi Forum Ingolstadt and find out why Ingolstadt enjoys an international reputation as a centre of carmanufacturing. Discover a unique shopping atmosphere with extra-special flair by visiting the "Ingolstadt Village" outlet shopping area.