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: [email protected]
Admissions: [email protected]
Phone:+43 1 369 1818
TERMTIME OFFICE HOURS
Academic Coordination
Monday through Thursday:
9.00 - 15.00

Resident Permit Services:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday:
9.30 - 17.00
Friday:
9.30 – 13.30
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LATEST NEWS

Congratulations to the Class of 2019

On June 28 we were pleased to welcome numerous families and friends to the Lauder Business School campus for a graduation celebration. In his welcome address our Executive Director Alexander Zirkler congratulated the graduates and introduced our Guest of Honor, the US Ambassador to Austria – his Excellency Trevor D. Traina.

Fireplace Talk with the CEO of Austrian Airlines

On June 19 we were delighted to host the CEO of Austrian Airlines, Dr. Alexis von Hoensbroech, in the Lauder Business School ball room. He delivered an inspiring fireplace talk about his career path, the aviation industry in general, and the Austrian Airlines company structure and strategy.

Cooperation Agreement with the City of Vienna

Lauder Business School signed a cooperation agreement with the City of Vienna together with 22 other Universities and Universities of Applied Sciences located in Vienna. On May 14, 2019, Mayor Michael Ludwig signed a cooperation agreement with the Viennese higher education institutions in the City Hall, together with rectors, directors and board members of 23 universities, colleges and universities of applied sciences.

Researching Innovation in Austria

Christian Reiner, senior researcher at LBS, has co-authored the “Austrian Research and Technology Report 2019”. This annual report has been published by three Austrian ministries and written by external experts from applied research institutes and universities. Given the importance of the report for the wider public, it is an honour to contribute to this official publication.

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