Business & Management

The bachelor degree program in Business & Management for Professionals provides students with high-quality and practically relevant training in management. The part-time degree course particularly addresses ambitious professionals who seek personal development and new career options. The unique combination of comprised lectures, international orientation, close cooperation with the business world, and the choice between three fields of specialization meets the needs of students who are in employment. The two-week International Studies Program, which is arranged for the sixth semester of study, constitutes an additional highlight.

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: german

Study focus

  • Entrepreneurship & Corporate Management (10%)
  • Human Resource Management, Organization & Organizational Culture (12%)
  • Economics & Law (7%)
  • Marketing & Sales (4%)
  • Controlling, Accounting & Finance (8%)
  • Business Process Management & Supply Chain Management (5%)
  • Specialization (9%)
  • Scientific and Methodological Skills (18%)
  • Social and Communicative Skills (7%)
  • Interdisciplinary Skills (20%)

Admission requirements

Applicants with a university entrance qualification Applicants without a university entrance qualification but with relevant professional experience and additional entry exams

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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%)

Begin of studies: September

Tuition fees: For students from EU & EEA countries: EUR 363 / semester; Details & information for students from third countries can be found at www.mci.edu/admission

Work placement: Students who do not have professional experience specific to the area of study will undergo a 13-week work experience placement during the 5th or 6th semester.

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