There are three large lecture halls and several smaller classrooms located on the ground floor of the Management Center. The other floors also have classrooms, professors' offices, institutes, and subject-area libraries.
Three giant oak trees tower in front of the Management Center building on campus, serving as a true example of just how architecture can respectfully take nature into consideration. Architects incorporated these very old and very valuable oak trees into the building design, intending to preserve them for future generations. The largest of the oak trees is 30 meters in height and has a trunk circumference of 281 cm.
The English oak is 20 to 40 meters tall with a trunk circumference of over three meters; free standing up to 8 meters. It is believed to be 500 to 1000 years old, in exceptional cases up to 1400 years old.