Highly qualified for an international career: In an age of globalization, languages, cultural knowledge and skills are essential competencies to compete in international markets. The International Management programme provides prospective students the opportunities to acquire these competencies. The mandatory semester abroad will broaden the horizon and enable graduates to socialize in a culturally different country. An excursion and a short-term period of study abroad also emphasize the cultural focus of the programme.
International Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management
International Financial Management
International Operations Management and Logistics
Cultural Skills in SEE and CEE
Global Cultural Skills
Electives I: Specialization in International Management
Electives II: Advanced Cultural Skills
Electives III: Advances in International Management
including two seminars
25 + 4
Students are required to complete at least one compulsory semester abroad within the scope of the degree program. The native language of the student must not be the same as the official language of the host country or the language of tuition during the period of study abroad.
There is the opportunity to apply for a scholarship which is granted by the “Verein zur Förderung der Wirtschaftswissenschaften an der AAU”.
Students of Applied Business Administration, Business & Law, International Management or Information Management
Period of studying abroad or compulsory internship in Central and Eastern European Countries (CEEC)
CEE-Countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldavia, Montenegro, Poland, Rumania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine
During the course of the Master’s degree programme students can complete a relevant work internship in a domestic or foreign company, public administration, or with a non-profit organisation in order to test and apply the acquired knowledge and skills in a practical setting. This internship and the associated scientific reflection seminar can replace the entire set of Options. Please apply with this form before you start your internship.
As a student, a number of different options are available to help you fund your studies. You can find out what grants and financial aid you can apply for on the following pages. Go to Scholarships and grants
There’s more to student life than lectures and exams. Meeting and exchanging ideas with other people also plays an important role, and AAU’s Klagenfurt campus offers many opportunities to do just that. There is a variety of cafés and food outlets, student dorms and restaurants around the AAU campus. Go to Student life