Economics students study how to evaluate and improve the economics of an organization. For this purpose, the underlying value creation processes must be precisely analysed and the expected increase in value must be determined and set in relation to the value of the goods and services consumed. The prospective business economists and industrial engineers in the photo follow a lecture in the Audimax building. There - as well as in projects and seminars - they are given the theoretical approaches and methodological tools they need. Future employment opportunities for these graduates are diverse. For example, jobs in corporate management and consulting, as well as in research and teaching, but also in business sub-functions such as procurement, production, marketing, sales, financing, accounting, personnel management or technology and innovation management up to the foundation of a separate company.