Over 50 students from Germany, Russia and the USA played TOPSIM – Scale Up in the international seminar. The complexity of the business simulation was just right to link the theoretical business aspects of the lectures and to apply them in practice.
Getting to know working life and economic contexts at an early stage is becoming increasingly important for students, and this is exactly what ALWIS helps with. In Saarland, the association therefore offers all secondary schools the use of the business simulation TOPSIM – easyManagement.
The Department of Economics at Kiel University of Applied Sciences, represented by Ann-Christin Schweers, found an alternative for the internship together with the teachers of the Max Planck School: TOPSIM – easyManagement. With this business game, the eleventh grade students were able to get a realistic insight into business and its operations despite homeschooling.
Corporate management and decision making – as part of various seminars for students at Munich University of Applied Sciences (HM), professors Prof. Dr. Christian Greiner, Prof. Dr. Dominik Hammer and Prof. Dr. Thomas Peisl use TOPSIM – Going Global. In this article we explain why this seminar is conducted high up in the mountains.
The exchange with partner universities from all over the world is one of the highlights of studies for many students. Prof. Dr. Dietrich Darr from Rhine-Waal University of Applied Sciences uses a virtual business game seminar with TOPSIM.
Following the motto “GROW – networking and growing for a successful future”, 15 elero talents met in October 2020 for the 2nd GROW event in Ulm to learn with and from each other with the help of a TOPSIM – Business Simulation.