International Business Administration

Bachelors degree program

Full-time

6 Semesters, 180 ECTS

Practical Training Semester (min. 16 weeks)

Bachelor of Arts

Language: English

Program Description

The International Business Administration bachelor program at Lauder Business School emphasizes an international, competitive education in business administration with a strong focus on practical application. This program is designed to provide you with a well-rounded, state-of-the-art education and prepare your for employment in organizations and enterprises with an international focus. You will work on real-life management-related problems and equip yourself with the skills and competencies you will need for creative and effective decision-making in the dynamic business world. 

Your Benefits

  • Specialize in Marketing for SME’s or international Finance (starting from 4th semester)
  • 4-month internship as part of the program (during the 6th semester)
  • Finance/Marketing Business Simulation
  • Learn one additional foreign language from scratch
  • Real-world practitioners as lecturers
  • Interactive & international study environment
  • Group work & project-based learning

Career Profiles

General Manager, Product Manager, Finance Analyst, Busines Development Manager, Project Manager, Management Consultant, Marketing Manager, Sales Manager, Process Manager, Branch Manager, Entrepreneur, HR generalist, etc.

Admission Requirements

4 (4) Fachhochschulstudiengesetz (Austrian law for universities of applied sciences) states: „(4) Fachliche Zugangsvoraussetzung zu einem Fachhochschul-Bachelorstudiengang ist die allgemeine Universitätsreife […]“, i.e. you may only start your studies with a university entrance qualification.

The general matriculation standard (cf. section 4, sub-section 4 FHStG, as amended) is to be documented by one of the following certificates:

  • Austrian school-leaving certificate (Maturazeugnis, Reifeprüfungszeugnis);
  • Another type of Austrian certificate documenting the candidate’s right to attend the relevant UAS degree program. This includes a university entrance certificate and a certificate documenting a completed vocational education;
  • A foreign certificate equivalent to one of these Austrian certificates, based on an agreement under international law; a recognized decision made by the head of the domestic UAS degree program on a case-by-case basis;
  • Pre-requisites Mathematics

Test your math skills

MATHEMATICS_MATURALEVEL_SELFTEST

The examples and questions used in the test are Austrian high school standard. If you have difficulties solving the questions, we recommend you to improve your math knowledge.



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