The Faculty of Business, Economics, and Law is home to the School of Law in Erlangen and the School of Business and Economics in Nuremberg, which together cover law, business, economics and social sciences at FAU.
School of Business and Economics
The School of Business and Economics at FAU is one of the largest of its kind in Germany. More than 40 professors offer students a very wide range of degree programmes. The professorships are organised into institutes which indicate the Schools key research priorities:
- Institute of Labor Market and Socioeconomics
- Institute for Finance, Auditing, Controlling, Taxation (FACT)
- Institute for International Business & Globalization (IBUG)
- Institute of Management (IFM)
- Institute of Marketing
- Institute of Information Systems
- Institute of Economic Policy and Quantitative Economic Research
- Institute of Business Law and Institute of European Business Law
- Other professorships including Business Education
As an academic partner in the region, the School enjoys close institutional and individual ties with partners in industry and business. The School is also highly international with over 100 partner universities.
School of Law
Law has been taught in Erlangen since the University was founded in 1743. The School of Law is the right size to offer students ideal study conditions and numerous opportunities to enrich their education with modern, research-based teaching, a high degree of practical relevance, semesters abroad and individual support.
Numerous exchange programmes with partner universities, a study programme in German and French Law, a broad range of specialist legal language training, our own Institute of Notary Law and Legal Practice as well as interdisciplinary study programmes provide an ideal foundation for a career in law and related disciplines.
Business Administration (BA)
Business Education (MSc)
Finance, Auditing, Controlling, Taxation (FACT) (MSc)
Health Management and Economics (MSc)
Information Systems (BA)
Information Systems (BSc)
Labour Market and Human Resources (MSc)
Social Economics (VWL) (BA)