The professorship of International Accounting and Auditing opens the possibility for particularly talented students to participate in some support programs. The support programs pursue in particular the intention of networking with the respective companies.
In cooperation with PricewaterhouseCoopers AG, the best final theses in the field of "Accounting" have been awarded at a ceremony every semester since 2008.
The PwC prize is endowed with a monetary value in recognition of outstanding academic achievements. It is aimed equally at Bachelor's and Master's graduates.
Together with the auditing and consulting firm bakertilly, the Professorship of International Accounting and Auditing awards the Audit Talents Scholarship. The scholarship is aimed at Master's students who have achieved outstanding performance in the field of auditing. The intention of the scholarship is in particular the networking of the scholarship holders with selected auditors and partners of bakertilly.
Together with the auditing and consulting company audalis Kohler, Punge und Partner and the professorship Corporate Accounting and Controlling of Prof. Dr. Andreas Hoffjan, the professorship International Accounting and Auditing has been maintaining the audalis support group "Accounting" since 2007. The aim is to support outstanding students early on in their undergraduate studies in the planning of their studies or through internships and diploma theses.
Only students in their second year of study are supported. They are selected on the basis of their performance in the cost accounting and accounting examinations.
The "female talents in Accounting and Auditing" programme for highly qualified female students was developed to support outstanding women in their career entry and to prepare them specifically for management positions.
The "female talents in Accounting and Auditing" program for highly qualified female students was developed to support outstanding women in their career entry and to prepare them specifically for management positions.
It is organized and supported by the professorship of International Accounting and Auditing together with the professorship of Corporate Accounting and Controlling of Prof. Dr. Andreas Hoffjan.
The program pursues two central goals: On the one hand, the female students gain deep insights into current challenges and fields of activity of interesting companies from different industries.
On the other hand, a picture of the personality and biography of successful female executives is conveyed, which can serve as orientation for their own careers.