2019 / 20
2019 / 20
Business Administration, Department
- Piaristengasse 1
- A-3500 Krems, Österreich
- Phone: +43 2732 802-0
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Degree courses with details
- Corporate Leadership and E-Business Management (B.A., full-time)
- Corporate Leadership and E-Business Management (B, career-integrated)
- Management (M.A., career-integrated)
- Management (M.A., full-time)
- Marketing & Sales (M.A.)
- Corporate Leadership for small and medium Enterprises (M.A., extra-occupational)
Further information provided by the department
Special features regarding teachingSector-neutral teaching of Business Administration with specialisations in Accounting and Controlling, as well as Marketing and Company Start-Ups. It begins with a basic lecture in the first semester and ends with special lectures in the sixth semester. The Master's programme prepares students for the management of small and medium-sized companies and/or small and medium-sized organisations or organisational units. Leadership skills are to be developed and/or improved both in routine and crisis situations. Ability to take decisions and action with respect to the management, takeover and/or further development of companies is brought into focus in order to enable students to work out and implement solutions in a qualified and competent manner in complex and conflict-ridden corporate environments. Sustainable corporate development as a interdisciplinary material; specialisations (controlling, HR), modules and module examinations (the networking of topics, promotion of methods – and problem-solving skills (analytical thinking), case study orientation, orientation towards research and scientific knowledge, strengthening of self – and leadership skills; teachers and guest lecturers from practice bring to class current case studies and problems (promoting agility and transformation of educational content in practice). Leadership; Change Management; budget and progress monitoring; in the specialisation "Key Account Management", the focus is on customer base development and customer service, negotiation and sales pitch; in the specialisation "Brand Management", brand building, brand management and communications take centre-stage.
Special features regarding the international orientationEnglish competence: Courses in all semesters, from Business English to Presentation in English, as well as Marketing courses taught in English. Semester abroad possible. The programme is primarily in German, but there are individual courses in English to improve language skills with respect to specific topics. Relevant topics of internationalism are conveyed (e.g. cross-cultural behaviour, supply chain management, import and export, and e-commerce applications). The Master's programme trains for management positions in national or global companies and organisations, with a particular focus on corporate responsibility: Global concepts of sustainable management, stakeholder management, financial management in national and international environments; training semester abroad possible (full-time study programme). The programme is primarily in German, but there are individual courses in English to improve language skills with respect to specific topics. International speakers and international students; instruction in English; focus on international markets in all courses; special courses such as Intercultural Behaviour and Communication.
Common partner universities for exchangeLinnaeus University (Kalmar,SWE); Sun Yatsen School of Business (Guangzhou;PR China); Wilfried Laurier University (Waterloo, CAN); Udayana University (Denpasar;Indonesia); Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (Helsinki); NEOMA (Rouen); Universidad Rey Juan Carlos (Madrid); Universidad de Menterrey (MEX); IBMEC Rio de Janeiro; Griffith University (Gold Coast, AUS).
Special features regarding the equipmentBusiness Source Premier (EBSCO) - Business; Emerald - mainly Business; Sage - Health & Life Sciences; Springer Link - Business, Health & Life Sciences.
Special features regarding research and developmentResearch projects are characterised by the fact that they are practical, aligned to the requirements of business and of international significance (research topics: CSR, Innovation, Digital Business Transformation, etc.). Change management and corporate acquisition, CSR and innovation; crisis management and innovation; cooperation with industry representatives from business, trade and industry on research topics and topics for Master's theses.
Website with further information on research activitieswww.fh-krems.ac.at/de/forschung
Support for foundersThe IMC FH Krems has a Founders' Lab that organises a boot camp once a year, where students and graduates create new product and service ideas and receive start-up support. As support and inspiration, Start-up Service (Accent) and graduates with business-founding experience are invited to talk to students about support and assistance options, as well as their own experiences. At the start of the programme, students are introduced to core areas critical to the start-up of a company, such as cost management, financial statement analysis and accounting policy, as well as leadership, communication and management of small and medium-sized enterprises. Change management, strategy development and implementation as well as growth management and streamlining represent further curricular areas of concentration. Courses such as on index-based management, budgeting and cash flow management, total quality management and risk management round off the programme.
Characteristics of assistance to differently abled personsThis is taken into account in accordance with the study and examination regulations (Section 7 of the statutes) of the teaching staff at IMC FH Krems.
Characteristics of diversity advancementThe "Charta der Vielfalt" (Diversity Charter) was signed in 2013; integration in the philosophy of IMC Fachhochschule Krems.
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