Attitude and success

Resource scarcity, climate change, financial crises, demographic developments, technological advances and international supply chains pose major challenges for responsible companies and organisations. New approaches and "out-of-the-box thinking" are more in demand than ever.

The Master's programme in Sustainability & Responsible Management opens up innovative models for sustainable management and maintaining competitiveness. In 2014, it was honoured with the Sustainability Award for "Teaching and Curricula".

Your network is also sustainable: The BFI Vienna University of Applied Sciences is a member of respACT (Austrian Business Council for sustainable development) and a member of the UN Global Compact UNGC. Academic Director Karin Huber-Heim is a member of the Austrian UN Global Compact Steering Committee.

The Sustainable Development Goals and the "MIT Sloane Climate Negotiation Experiment" are an essential part of the curriculum. You will therefore be able to bridge the gap between theory and practice and also learn about the negotiation dynamics with different stakeholder groups.

You can find more information about the programme on the German page.