Quality Management

Lauder Business School aims to provide superior quality in all its processes and services. Our quality management is built upon the following guiding principles:

1. Recognizing academic excellence and quality management as the basis of success
2. Providing and further developing applied and demand-oriented education and research
3. Building networks with local and international stakeholders
4. Enabling student-centered learning and work
5. Supporting co-creation of learning environments and –content
6. Understanding diversity as the determinant characteristic
7. Valuing cultural diversity and internationality as a chance
8. Appreciating, fostering, and demanding a global mindset, commitment, creativity, fairness, trust and sustainability 

We have developed and implemented a quality management system which reflects the specific requirements of a boutique business school and is based on the main principles of systematic and continuous improvement of all activities, and thus orientates on the concept of total quality management.
It is organized along the core processes Education (Studying and Learning); Internationalization and Mobility; and Research, supported by the processes infrastructure, information, human resources and library. The management processes embed the core and support processes in a system which plans and controls the study and research portfolio, co-operations and resources.

 LBS’s quality management system is designed in accordance with national legal requirements and European standards. It is regularly reviewed and adapted to the strategic objectives of the organization and requirements of our stakeholders.

The Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria has certified the LBS’s quality management system until 2023 after an extensive audit in the year 2016.

Please click on the The Final Report or Certification Decision to download the statements.

 

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Please click on Organisation Chart to view the organigram of LBS.



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We recently interviewed our alumnus Orbay Ünsoy, an LBS graduate of the International Management and Leadership class of 2016, who decided to continue his education on a PhD level in Business and Management at Alliance Manchester Business School. In a recent interview, he shared his story, his memories of the times at LBS as well as his latest achievements.

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We are pleased to announce that the application process for the upcoming academic year 2019/2020 has started! All applicants who are interested in applying either for the Bachelor Program “International Business Administration”, or one of our two Master Programs “International Management and Leadership” or “Strategic Finance and Business Analytics” are kindly requested to register online and start their application though our online admission tool.

LBS meets Ben Gurion University in Israel

From December 9 to December 13 Prof. (FH) Mag. Julius Dem, MBA, Director of the BA studies, participated in the Ben Gurion University (BGU) staff week in Israel. The stay was funded by Erasmus+ K107 and the goal of this trip was to further strengthen Lauder Business School’s already close relationship with BGU, get to know representatives of other (European) universities, learn from best practice, and share common experiences with LBS’s Israeli and European partners.

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