Career Center

LBS corner for enhancing your professional future

Welcome to the LBS Career Center

In Cooperation with Chabad Center of Integration and Mobiliversity

The LBS Career Center is a career service particularly designed for Lauder Business School students. The aim of the LBS Career Center in cooperation with Chabad Integration Center  is to assist our students on their way to professional life and to provide them with the support they need, such as daily updates of our job board, career counseling, reviewing application documents, preparing for job interviews, and coaching for an excellent performance in the assessment center.

What we do:

  • We offer counseling services.
  • We organize career events.
  • We inform you about new job openings and internships.
  • We connect you with top companies and our highly qualified alumni.

Importance of German

At the LBS Career Center we emphasize the importance of studying the German language and understanding Austrian culture, especially if your career goal after graduating from Lauder Business School is to seek employment in Europe. Therefore, although our study programs are in English and the community is international, we highly encourage studying German while you are at LBS and engaging with the local community.

We offer the following services in order to help our students integrate successfully in Austria:

  1. Extracurricular German classes
  2. Orientation Workshops
  3. Field Trips
  4. Job Market and personal guides
  5. Get together and Networking events

Our Philosophy Is To Provide

LBS provides us with very important and necessary knowledge in the business area; we become good at Marketing, Project Management, Finance, Interpersonal Skills etc. But no matter how good students we are or what kind of skills we obtain, the most important skill that we need after graduation, if intending to live in Austria, is to learn German. Knowledge of German is a MUST-have if someone wants to work in Vienna. Betty Chalegoua, LBS Alumna

When in Austria, then…

– Learn German

– Connect with top Austrian companies

– Understand Austrian business ettiquete

 

Top 10 Employers

– Raiffeisen Bank International AG
– OMV
– IAEA
– Deloitte
– IBM
– Accenture
– Hewlett Packard
– UniCredit Bank Austria AG
– Microsoft
– Google

Remember:

It is never too early to plan your career goals and start thinking about your professional future.


Address: Hofzeile 18-20, 1190 Vienna
Email: office@lbs.ac.at
Admissions: admission@lbs.ac.at
Phone:+43 1 369 1818
TERMTIME OFFICE HOURS
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Monday through Thursday:
9.00 - 15.00

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Monday, Tuesday, Thursday:
9.30 - 17.00
Friday:
9.30 – 13.30
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Considering a PhD after LBS?

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.

Admissions are Open

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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