9 Computer software and accessories therefor; teaching apparatus and instruments; electric apparatus and instruments (included in class 9); apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs, CD-ROMs; electronic instructional materials; CD-ROMs; videos; data carriers; calculating machines, data-processing equipment and computers; computer systems.
14 Jewellery, in particular tie pins, pins and ornamental novelty badges; clocks.
16 Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials (included in class 16); printed matter; publications; photographs; reproductions; stationery; erasers; office requisites, in particular packaging bags and envelopes, folders, files, calendars, pads and exercise books; Instructional and teaching material; lecture materials; teaching materials; plans; transparencies.
18 Trunks and travelling bags; travelling bags; umbrellas.
21 Household or kitchen containers; glassware, porcelain and earthenware included in class 21, in particular glasses, plates, mugs.
25 Clothing, in particular T-shirts, neckties and sweatshirts; headgear.
28 Games and playthings, in particular quizzes, puzzles.
35 Business advice; business administration; business management; office functions.
41 Education; running of a university, in particular in the form of teaching, research and training; MBA programmes (Master of Business Administration); MSc programmes (Master of Science); teaching of economic science, in particular in the fields of business administration, business management, international management, economics; teaching of information and communications science, in particular in the fields of information technology, computer science, new media, communications, electronics; teaching of natural science, in particular in the fields of pharmacy and biotechnology; language training; knowledge and technology transfer; arranging and conducting of seminars, workshops, conferences and congresses; project work; training; further education; lifelong learning; sports activities, in particular conducting of sporting events; cultural activities, in particular for fund raising purposes.
42 Industrial research; scientific research; research in the fields of economic science, of natural sciences and of information and communications science; individual and joint research; scientific research; computer programming; computer programming; production, sale and management of databases; production of lecture materials on CD-ROM; research, updating and design of computer software.