Business Administration

The Business Administration Bachelor program is perfect for motivated students who wish to study flexibly whilst continuing working. Students can mostly study online form home with a weekly workload of 20 to 25 hours. MCI offers the full administrative and academic support. The study program follows a blended learning concept combining asynchronous study with synchronous study modes and mandatory face-to-face seminars (up to 10 days per semester). These mandatory residentials seminars are held on the MCI Campus in Innsbruck and usually take three to four consecutive days. The blended learning approach and close contact with professors and lecturers serve a common goal: ensuring that our part-time students obtain their degree in three years!

University of Applied Sciences: MCI Management Center Innsbruck Study locations: Innsbruck Topic: Business Duration of studies: 6 Semester
Organisation form: Extra occupational Graduation: BA Study language: English

Study focus

  • Business administration fundamentals (28%)
  • Management, organization & project management (25%)
  • Strategy & innovation (5%)
  • Marketing & sales (8%)
  • Human resources (5%)
  • Internship, academic writing (23%)
  • Self-management & communication (6%)

Admission requirements

University entrance qualification Additional entrance exams in English, Mathematics German for applicants without a university entrance qualification but with relevant professional experience

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Application deadline: www.mci.edu/admission-deadlines

Dates for admission procedure: www.mci.edu/admission-deadlines

Admission procedure: Career background (20%) Written entrance exam (30%) Interview (50%) - Skype-based interview also possible

Begin of studies: September

Tuition fees: For students from EU & EEA countries: EUR 363 / semester

Work placement: As Business Administration Online is a part-time study program, the internship requirement can be waived for students with at least two years’ relevant professional experience. In all other cases, students in the 6th semester are expected to complete a re

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