ERASMUS+ STRATEGIC PARTNERSHIPS AT THE FH BFI VIENNA

The Project “Creating an International Semester for Master Programmes in Quantitative Finance” (INTQUANT)

The FH bfi Vienna coordinates the EU project “Creating an International Semester for Master Programmes in Quantitative Finance” (INTQUANT). The project runs from 2014 to 2017 and is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Strategic Partnerships). INTQUANT focuses on the development of new specialization and mobility options for students in quantitative finance. An additional objective is to strengthen the cooperation with companies from the finance industry. The FH bfi Vienna participates in the project with the master programme “Quantitative Asset and Risk Management” (ARIMA).

The INTQUANT consortium consists of the following institutions:

  1. University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna (Austria, coordination)
  2. University of Bologna (Italy)
  3. University of Economics in Katowice (Poland)
  4. Alexandru Ioan Cuza University (Romania)

Further information on the project is available at http://www.quantitativefinance.eu/

The Project “Market Basket Virtual Student Collaboration Model” (MAB 2.0)

The FH bfi Vienna is a partner in the project “Market Basket Virtual Student Collaboration Model” (MAB 2.0), which is coordinated by the Hogeschool van Amsterdam. The project runs from 2014 to 2016 and is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union (Strategic Partnerships). MAB 2.0 focuses on developing and testing an educational model, which is based on virtual collaboration of international student teams on concrete practical projects. The FH bfi Vienna participates in the MAB 2.0 project with the bachelor programme “Project Management and IT”.

The project consortium consists of the following institutions:

  1. Hogeschool van Amsterdam (the Netherlands, coordination)
  2. University of Zagreb – Faculty of Organization and Informatics (Croatia)
  3. University of Applied Sciences bfi Vienna (Austria)
  4. Business Academy Aarhus (Denmark)
  5. Kozminski University (Poland)
  6. Technology Park Varazdin (Croatia)

 

These projects have been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication [communication] reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.