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Project description

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Joint research-based teaching and learning in the fields of Business Management, Commerce Education and Management Training

The project tragets to elaborate a teaching and learning format which is used to involve students from Leipzig, Stellenbosch and Capetown in research in the fields of Business Management, Commerce Education and Management Training.

For that the cooperation between the Leipzig University (UL) and the Stellenbosch University (SU) will be further intensified in projects and teaching methods. In workshops and in coopearative designed courses at both universities especially 

  • the framework of research and teaching are discussed, 
  • practice experiences in planning and designing higher education are collected, 
  • ideas for developing curricula and cooperative research and teaching activities are concretized,
  • empirical tests of conceived university didactics are prepared and implemented.

In addition the cooperation between UL and SU will be expanded to the University of Capetown (UCT), especially to the School of Management Studies for working together at the following topics:

  • problem-based learning of empirical social research methods, 
  • constructioning, implementing and evaluating complex teaching and learning arrangements (multimedia learning).

Project partners


Stellenbosch University, Department of Business Management at Faculty of Economic and Management Sciences

Stellenbosch University, Business School

University of Cape Town, School of Management Studies at Faculty of Commercehes Zentrum Sachsen (HDS)

Publications & research reports

  • Schlicht, J. & Klauser, F. (2014). Improving higher education by linking research with teaching and learning processes. Part 2: HELTASA 2012 Special Section. In South African Journal of Higher Education, 28 (3), pp. 1017-1032.
  • Klauser, F. & Schlicht, J. (April 2013). Research-Based Learning: How ‘Real World’ Issues Matter to Academic Capability. In N. Tisani & M. Madiba (Eds.), Proceedings of the Higher Education Learning and Teaching Association of Southern Africa (HELTASA) 2012 Conference at Stellenbosch University, South Africa (pp. 62-68).

last update: 14.08.2018 

More information

More information about our research interests and current projects are provided by: 

Dr. Juliana Schlicht
email: schlicht@uni-leipzig.de

phone: +49 341 97- 31480
fax:     +49 341 97- 31489

Institute of Business Education and Management Training
Grimmaische Straße 12
04109 Leipzig