About Master of Business Administration, MBA - at Modul University Vienna
Accelerate your career with an MU Master of Business Administration
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a program taught fully in English designed especially for industry professionals wanting to advance their careers. The program is taught in blocked seminars, two to four days on campus once a month.
The program concentrates on strategic analysis and planning, interdisciplinary skills, value-based management, and critical thinking. Students will advance their knowledge in core business disciplines including human resource management, organizational behavior, accounting and finance, marketing and operations, innovation and entrepreneurship. Out-of-the-box thinking challenges existing limits and thought patterns.
Specializations during your MBA program
During your general mandatory program you can choose your tailormade specialization out of the following:
- Digital Marketing
- Entrepreneurship, Innovation & Leadership
- Innovation & Experience Design for Tourism
- Real Estate Management
- Sustainable Management & Policy
You can also take MBA classes without enrolling to the whole program. To broaden a specific skill set by attending individual MBA courses, ask for MBA modular courses.
Students can decide to study full-time or part-time (next to a full-time job).
Depending on which courses students decide to select, they can either specialize in a certain field or graduate with a general MBA degree.
Courses take place once a month (2-5 days, Wed - Sun, depending on course choices)
Courses and assignments can be chosen to suit your personal schedule
12-24 months projected study time
Career opportunities after your MBA graduation
Many of our Alumni establish & expand their careers in the following fields:
- European Policy
- Sustainable Business Development
- Digital Marketing
- Hotel & Real Estate Management
- Consulting & Entrepreneurship
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