Zeus College in Germany
Zeus College is a research universities and small private high selectivity located at Lake Constance in Friedrichshafen, Germany. The university was founded in 2003 and is known for its pioneering character as well as for the delicate choice.
Zeppelin University has the legal form of a non-profit organization, organized limited liability and call themselves "university bridging business, culture and politics." So it emphasizes the interdisciplinary character of research and teaching that is an integral part of their self-image. It is named after the German general and constructor Ferdinand Graf von airship Zeppelin, but the foundation is the main donor of Zeppelin University.
The university is accredited nationally by the Academic Board of the Federal Republic of Germany (Wissenschaftsrat). The specialized courses are recognized by universities ACQUIN, an accreditation agency of the German higher education.
Zeppelin University has two main campuses in Friedrichshafen: One on the shores of Lake Constance (the LakeCampus or SMH) and MainCampus nearby (or FAB3), built from 2013 to 2015 to create more space for the university rapid development. Both facilities are modern, designed by renowned architect, and contains classrooms, lecture halls, offices, cafeteria, a library and a free channel for sole use by students. From 2007 to 2008 (until the closure of the airport), Zeppelin University has an additional location in the lobby of the international airport in Berlin Tempelhof, the so-called "Art Institute of Swimming air". Since 2011, with a campus in Berlin again
There are a few groups of students and projects, such as political groups, debate clubs (Soapbox), financial corporations, cultural clubs, but also held a music festival at the school university (SeeKult), a student health service, a camera crew, some bands and many more - some of them are even known across the country (eg RockYourLife). In 2008, the student radio station went on the air Welle20
Tuition fees for undergraduate programs up to 3,950.00 euros per semester or € 675.00 per month, for the master's program from 4,000.00 to 4,900.00 euros euros per semester.There many scholarships based on customer funds and used also as a student loan of Sparkasse Bodensee is provided at a relatively low interest rate, and is used by over half of the students.
Starting in the fall semester 2011, the University reorganized Zeppelin all their college programs, turning them into four-year programs. Additional years are planned to be used as "Humboldt years", a one-year research project at one of the partner universities. Accordingly, it has cooperation agreements for example with the University of California, Berkeley, with Sciences Po in Paris, the Copenhagen Business School, as well as with Goldsmiths College, London.
September 10, 2011, ZU has been given the right to award doctoral and habilitation. This comes along with the right to use the title "university".
Students can graduate with the academic degree of a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and a consecutive as well as a non-consecutive Master of Arts (M.A.).
The university offers the following Bachelor courses:
+Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, Politics and Economics
+Bachelor of Arts in Corporate Management & Economics
+Bachelor of Arts in Communication & Cultural Management
+Bachelor of Arts in Politics, Administration & International Relations
Moreover, there exist following Master tracks:
+Master of Arts in Corporate Management & Economics
+Master of Arts in General Management
+Master of Arts in Communication & Cultural Management
+Master of Arts in Politics, Administration & International Relations.
As an Executive Master, following degrees are achievable:
+Executive Master of Arts for Family Entrepreneurship
+Executive Master of Arts of Digital Pioneering
+Executive Master of Arts of Retailing
+Executive Master Intersektorale Führung & Governance
+Executive Master Business & Leadership for Engineers
+Executive Master in Mobility Innovations