INTERNATIONAL BANKING AND FINANCE (IN ENGLISH)

Live abroad in a beautiful city; gain skills relevant to practice and industry; analyze real companies, in real time, with expert lecturers; -truly an amazing experience. Invaluable unique insights and perspectives obtained from a diverse group of international students. The MA perfectly married my Canadian career experience and professional education-providing me with a competitive edge!

Mandy Sandhu, MA, Alumna

The graduates can:

  • apply methods and ideas in customer and product management, treasury, cost accounting, controlling, liquidity and risk management at master’s level
  • analyse the connections and effects of central banking processes, plan measures to steer these processes, and implement them in an international environment
  • identify and analyse key topics of bank management in order to infer context-specific recommendations and measures
  • realise ideas and methods of modern management theories (Corporate Social Responsibility, Systemic Organisation Development, Collaboration, Change and Innovation Management) and apply them appropriately
  • collaborate in implementation and research projects in banking and finance

Vocational fields:

  • Asset Manager
  • Relationship Manager
  • Bank Auditor
  • Finance Analyst
  • Treasury Manager

The programme in brief:

Academic degree: Master of Arts in Business, MA
Admission procedure: written application, MC test, Presentation meeting (in English). For preparation, we recommend our scripts. There are no external courses required.
Admission requirements: completion of a business degree (in Austria or equivalent degree abroad) and proven qualifications in Business Administration (4 ECTS), Accounting and Controlling (4 ECTS), Economics (4 ECTS), Mathematics and Statistics (4 ECTS)
Course infomation (ECTS): 90 ECTS
Deadline for applications: 15 May, Online Application
Deadline for applicants outside European Union: 15 March (due to Visa restrictions)
Duration of studies: 3 semesters
Information for international applicants: please find our guidebook in the download area
Medium of instruction: English
Number of study places per year: 54 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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