Business Administration, Department
Studienbereich Innovationsmanagement at the Campus02 Graz (A)
- Körblergasse 126
- A-8010 Graz, Österreich
- Phone: +43 316 6002-0
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Special features regarding teachingThe range of career-integrated courses is aimed at a combination of study and accompanying practical work or implementation in companies. The guidance on business thinking and behaviour is a key part of this alongside the specialist training. Legal, business and personal development subjects are also anchored in the course of study. We use regular quality assurance and quality development to create high-quality training programmes in line with the needs of industry.
Special features regarding the international orientationThe international involvement applies both for teaching and for R&D. Special features include field trips to international trade fairs and international companies, language study travels, the integration of international guest lecturers in courses and financial support for students with respect to these measures. Various Erasmus agreements and, on this basis, selective cooperation with selected universities also allow for international networking in research and development.
Exchange universities for stay abroadsTechnical University of Sofia, Bulgarien; Duale Hochschule Baden-Württemberg, Deutschland; EUFH Rhein-Erft, Deutschland; University of Hertfordshire, England; Saimaa University of Applied Sciences, Finnland; DIT Dublin Institute of Technology, Irland; Università degli Studi di Trieste, Italien; University of Zagreb, Kroatien; Universitatea Politehnica Timisoara, Rumänien; Berner Fachhochschule, Schweiz.
Special features regarding research and developmentApplied research and development with regard to economic implementation in regional enterprises (mostly in the region); working on key areas with a high relevance to practice; know-how transfer in particular to the benefit of innovative enterprises.
Support for foundersThe Innovation Management degree course operates an innolab, in cooperation with the regional Chamber of Commerce, whose main task is to support "reStart-ups". In this way, new drive is created in established company structures through innovation. The Chamber of Commerce as the main owner of the university of applied sciences offers a wealth of assistance on the legal and economic aspects of company start-ups Scientific work as part of the course of study can also serve as preparation for one's own company start-up.
Further information on research activitieshttps://www.campus02.at/innovationsmanagement/forschung/
Information on access restrictionshttps://www.campus02.at/bewerbung/
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