Program

Targets

The General Management MBA program is a part-time study, which offers future managers the opportunity to acquire basic economic, legal and social knowledge.

One of the targets of the General Management MBA as a postgraduate course is to contribute on a scientific basis with functional and/or industry-oriented specialization options to the professional and personal development of the participants.

Students learn about the latest instruments in the field of management and leadership. This enables them to increase their professional, entrepreneurial and personal potential and prepares them ideally for future management tasks.

Students receive input of knowledge (current methods, theories and empirical contexts as well as trends and tools in management) and they frequently improve their theoretical knowledge in group discussions, case studies and practical questions in order to expand their competence.

Interview mit dem Lehrgangsleiter Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr.rer.soc.oec. Wolfgang Aussenegg

7 reasons to study the General Management MBA

The General Management MBA program is your kick-off to a career in management.

The leadership tasks of general management require a well-founded additional economic qualification for basic studies.

The General Management MBA program offers future managers the opportunity to gain basic economic, legal and social knowledge on a part-time basis.

The important competitive factors are the business-oriented problem-solving and decision-making skills as well as current economic knowledge. These increase the competitiveness on the job market.

The General Management MBA is a program that focuses on economic, legal and social management know-how.

In the first year of study, basic knowledge is taught in a practice-orientated way about processes and instruments of general management.
In the international and flexible 3rd semester you can design your course according to individual needs and choose your own focus.
The lecturers are national and international experts from science and practice who will share their first-hand knowledge with the students of the MBA program.

The General Management MBA optimally combines the know-how, network and experience in continuing education of two renowned universities.
The Danube University of Krems offers more than ten years of experience in management education, while the TU Wien provides the competence of business education in the technical and scientific field.
The flexible 3rd semester offers the unique opportunity to gain international experience during a study trip (e.g. Shanghai, Silicon Valley).

The General Management MBA program optimally prepares students for a career in management in any industry through a wide range of business education.
After completing their MBA, students are aiming to take the next step on the management career ladder or even to become self-employed.

The students of the General Management MBA of the TU Wien and Danube University of Krems are mainly people with a technical or scientific education.
They are supplemented by alumni of social science or humanities/cultural studies as well as medical doctors or lawyers with at least 2 years of professional experience who are aiming for a basic economic education for management and leadership tasks. The international network of students and alumni is made up of over 360 people from more than 20 nations.

Students and alumni of the General Management MBA program at the TU Wien in cooperation with the Danube University of Krems will benefit from the long tradition of management education, excellent lecturers from research and practice and a large alumni network at both universities. The MBA program is also accredited with the renowned international quality seal FIBAA.

All contents of the General Management MBA program are delivered in a practical way.
Nationally and internationally active experts are part of the faculty of the General Management MBA as well as university professors.

 

Program Management

Foto Mag. Christine Hudetz, MA

Christine Hudetz

gm-mba@tuwien.ac.at

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