EUROPEAN ECONOMY AND BUSINESS MANAGEMENT

“The reason why I studied at the FH BFI Vienna was that I had previously started to study at university. It had, however, proven rather difficult together with work to get organised in my studies as well. The best solution thus turned out to be one of the major strengths of the FH (University of Applied Sciences), i.e. a work-cum-studies study programme.

When I finished my bachelor’s degree here, it was clear that I would continue with the master’s programme. The major reasons were the opportunity to finish my master’s degree within 3 semesters, the family-like atmosphere at the FH, and the high degree of practice orientation.

I think I can say that the impulses I received during my studies at the FH prepared me excellently for the international world of work waiting out there.“

Perpetual Jacqueline GYANKYI, MA, Alumna

The graduates can:

  • develop internationalisation strategies for enterprises
  • initiate change management processes (Change Management) and accompany the follow-up projects
  • prepare the selection of suitable takeover targets, and assist in the ensuing organisational restructuring process
  • develop ideas of international HR development
  • produce value-oriented controlling instruments for performance-measuring in domestic and foreign subsidiaries
  • draw up the annual accounts according to international accounting regulations (IAS/IFRS)
  • prepare business location decisions in foreign direct investment (FDI)

Vocational fields:

  • International Marketing
  • Funding Consultancy
  • Export and Internationalisation Consulting
  • International Project Management
  • Management Consultancy

The programme in brief:

Academic degree: Master of Arts in Business, MA
Admission procedure: written application, MC test, structured interview
Admission requirements: completion of a law/social/Engineering studies/business degree (in Austria or equivalent degree abroad); proven qualifications in business administration (8 ECTS), controlling and finance (8 CTS), law studies (6 ECTS), English (4 ECTS, native speakers are exempt)
Course information (ECTS): 90 ECTS
Deadline for applications: 15May, Online Application
Deadline for applicants outside European Union: 15 March (due to Visa restrictions)
Duration of studies: 3 semesters
Exchange semester: a double degree with Groupe ESC Dijon in France is possible
Medium of instruction: German
Number of study places per year: 66 part-time per year
Study periods: three evenings a week and Saturdays
Tuition fees: € 363.36 per semester (+ € 19.20 Austrian Students Union fee)

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