Programs with the title "Master of Arts" traditionally consist of liberal arts subjects such as philosophy, history, or literature. Masters of Arts are postgraduate programs that can be taken after an earned degree in an undergraduate degree program (Bachelor). Masters of Arts programs have the title "M.A.","Master of Arts" or "MA".
Austria will expose students to a variety of this country's "outstanding" culture. Austria is an excellent study abroad choice for students with an interest in the German language.
Vienna is the capital city of Austria and has many facilities to match that status. Education centres are in excellent condition going to extent of having International schools such as American International School Vienna and International University Vienna.
Graduates are able to develop capable internationalization strategies for companies; to initiate change processes (Change Management) and therefrom to accompany resulting
Graduates are able to:
to develop internationalization strategies for companies
to initiate (Change Management) change processes and the resulting projects to accompany
prepare the selection of suitable acquisition candidates and to participate in the subsequent organizational integration
develop concepts for international human resources development
value-oriented controlling instruments to measure performance of domestic and foreign subsidiaries to conceive
create financial statements according to international accounting standards (IAS / IFRS)
prepare site decisions FDI
Export and internationaliz...
Graduates must pass into a position as project leaders strategically complex projects with the methods of the project portfolio and the multi-project management; analyze
Graduates are able to:
to conduct as project leaders strategically complex projects with the methods of the project portfolio and the multi-project management
Procedures standard business software to analyze (SAP), to evaluate and redesign
analyze principles the company was founded from an economic perspective and evaluate
apply the methods of intercultural management in international projects
analyze processes to evaluate, to model and control
to manage projects and to assume leadership roles in international projects
Management of complex temporary projects
Management of project-oriented companies
Management of business processes
Graduates are able to develop a position in-house and inter-company supply chains and logistics chains and to implement; to design logistics, transport and transport serv
Graduates are able to:
to develop in-house and inter-company supply chains and logistics chains and to implement
to design logistics, transport and transport services in the context of national and international tenders and implement
to conduct warehouse and inventory management projects
to conceive locational and regional planning projects
to assess the sustainability of logistics processes and implement appropriate change concepts
to conduct research and development projects in the logistics and transport management
to advise companies and policy makers in logistics and transportation
Supply Chain Management
Procurement, production, distrib...
The graduates can apply methods and ideas in customer and product management, treasury, cost accounting, controlling, liquidity and risk management at master’s level; ana
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 projec...
This internationally-focussed master's degree programme is run in English. Graduates qualify with a Double Degree from the University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna and o
This internationally-focussed master's degree programme is run in English. Graduates qualify with a Double Degree from the University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna and one of its partner universities: University of Bologna (Italy), University of Economics (Katowice, Poland) and Alexandru Ioan Cuza University (Iași, Romania).
Graduates are able
Graduates typically provide expertise to organisations requiring the following professional functions:
describe and analyse the connections between asset and risk management in finance
quantify and assess risk types in risk management, and infer measures for integrated steering of banks and insurance companies
analyse various asset classes and their products
carry out portfolio selections, and calculate key performance and risk measures
apply financial mathematics and statistics to developing financial models
Professional roles and functions
Private banking and family office
Compliance and regulatory reporting
The programme in brief
Academic degree: Master of Arts in Business, MA
Admission procedure: a written application, MC test, structured interview. For preparation, we recommend our scripts. There are no external courses required.
Admission requirements: completion of a social studies/business/natural science/ law/ technical degree (in Austria or equivalent degree abroad) with, documented qualifications in economic sciences (9 ECTS), mathematics and statistics (6 ECTS)
Course information (ECTS): 120 ECTS
Deadline for applications: 15 May, Online Application
Deadline for applicants outside European Union: 15 March (due to Visa restrictions)
Duration of studies: 4 semesters
Stay abroad: obligatory in the second academic year, in blocked form (e.g. two weeks) at one of the partner universities
The graduates can analyse and plan HR in international enterprises from a strategic vantage point, implement structures which can address the required staff in a market-a
The graduates can:
analyse and plan HR in international enterprises from a strategic vantage point
implement structures which can address the required staff in a market-adequate way, and which can create long-term loyalty (Employer Branding, Talent Management, Demographic Management, Worklife-Balance, modern Compensation Management)
initiate and manage change in HR successfully
manage international and intercultural HR processes successfully
analyse European and international labour market policies from a strategic perspective, and design concepts of strategic change
HR Business Partner
HR Advisor, Internal Consultant
Head of HR Department / Staff Units
The MA Science-Technology-Society trains students to contribute to a research-based critical understanding of the ever more important relations of science, technology, an
Knowledge and technologies are deeply intertwined with the ways we live in the world. How we communicate, move, work and care for our health – all this is constantly changing through new scientific and technological options. However, new techno-scientific possibilities also challenge existing value structures and ways of living, which leads to societal debates about risks, ethics, and social justice.
For further detailed information see the STS-Website.
At the same time, science and technology are not untouched by the social environment they are part of. Socio-economic expectations and broader imaginaries of techno-scientific futures are part and parcel of contemporary research cultures, and influence how knowledge is produced and innovations are made....
No philosophical idea has had a more profound impact on international relations and world politics than human rights. Within half a century since World War II and the Hol
Master of Arts in Human Rights
No philosophical idea has had a more profound impact on international relations and world politics than human rights. Within half a century since World War II and the Holocaust, human rights developed into the only universally accepted value system of our times. The recognition of states as democratic, developed and peace-loving nations today depends on their capacity and willingness to protect human rights. Long-term dictators and brutal military rulers are increasingly being ousted and held accountable for gross and systematic violations of human rights before international criminal tribunals. Even business corporations and international organisations are judged by their human rights performance. In post-conflict situations and transitions from totalitarian to democratic rule, human rights constitute an essential element of peace-building, development and good governance. Human rights open the doors to a better world for all....