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.
We are excited to share the latest TOPSIM developments with you: Our new strategy simulation TOPSIM – Scale Up 1.0 can now be played in the TOPSIM – Cloud. We have also prepared some updates and improvements in the TOPSIM – Cloud for you.
Due to their high flexibility, online business simulations are a great asset for digitalisation in teaching. The Linz International Business School used TOPSIM – easyManagement in its graduating class, in the course Marketing and Controlling, and got consistently positive feedback from the participants!
For more than 10 years, the non-profit Convention of National Associations of Electrical Engineers of Europe (EUREL) has organized a Management Cup, in which electrical engineering students from different European countries come together. The goal is to become the winning company in the business simulation.
Klaus Walter uses various business simulations from TOPSIM for his courses at Griffith College. Established in 1974, Griffith College is one of Ireland’s largest independent third level institutions with 7,000 students and offers a variety of programmes, from Business and Law to Design, Media Studies and Pharmacy – and many more.
The city of Hamm was one of the COVID-19 hotspots in late summer, and a fast shift to online teaching formats was necessary at Hamm-Lippstadt University of Applied Sciences (HSHL). In this article we show how Prof. Dr. Johanna Moebus adapted her simulation-based seminar for non-business students to distance learning.
Distance Learning with TOPSIM: from the First Semester to the Master at the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld
At the Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, three TOPSIM – Business Simulations are played in different semesters and study programs. Until last summer, all seminars took place in classroom format, and the shift to distance learning due to COVID-19 pandemic opened up entirely new...