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Economics and Business Administration

Bachelor's Degree Program Business Administration and the Diploma Degree Program WIWI 2013W (New Curriculum)

Recommendation: complete a social science/social economics module from another curricula of studies at the SOWI faculty (JKU)

6 ECTS credits can be selected from one of the listed modules.

Register for the Business Language Examinations

Students who began business language classes in the Diploma degree program or the Bachelor's degree program in Business before WS 2016/2017 are required to pass a written and oral examination.
Students can now register for the business language examination by sending an e-mail to the Office of Examinations and Recognition Services.

Diploma Degree Program in Business (WiWi) 2007W (former curriculum)

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§16 Sec. 3

Please note:
Students who have completed the course and received a grade (Schein) for “Text Production English“ or “Foreign Language II“ during the First Part of Studies (1. Studienabschnitt), must complete an additional foreign language course. See the details below. *)

Students who have completed the First Part of studies (1. Studienabschnitt) in Economics and Business Administration (WIWI) after Oct. 10, 2004 are required to complete the course “KS Text Production I English” in the Second Part of studies (2. Studienabschnitt).

*) If the last course in English (KS Text Production I) has been passed before completing the First Part of studies, students must take an additional course in another foreign language or in English (this includes pre-requisite courses).
In regards to this provision, courses completed during a study abroad period, successfully passing an examination in another foreign language or submitting a diploma thesis counts as a foreign language course.
University courses taken outside of the Institute for Business Languages and Intercultural Communication will count, as long as they are conducted in English (i.e. Managerial Economics).

Students who have passed the course "Text Production I" in English during the SS 2004 or during WS 2004/2005 are not required to complete an additional course during the Second Part of studies. This applies only to Text Production I English!

*) If the last course from Foreign Language II (Basic Course II or Intro to Business Language and Textproduction I in a foreign language) is passed before completing the First Part of studies, students must take an additional course in a foreign language (this includes pre-requisite courses) or an English course.
In regards to this provision, courses completed during a study abroad period (courses completed in an English-speaking country will also be accepted), successfully passing an examination in another foreign language (including English) or submitting a diploma thesis (including English) counts as a foreign language course.
University courses taken outside of the Institute for Business Languages and Intercultural Communication will count, as long as they are conducted in English (i.e. Managerial Economics). If this course is completed during the Second Part of studies, it will comply with §16 Sec. 2 and §16 Sec. 3.