Initiative Incorporating Human Rights in Business Schools

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VHB ProDok-Programm

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Sydow, J./Schüßler, E./Müller-Seitz, G. (2016): Managing Interorganizational Relations: Debates and Cases. Houndsmills: Palgrave Macmillan.

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Garment Supply Chain Governance Project

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DFG Research Unit: Organized Creativity

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DFG-Netzwerk: Field-Configuring Events

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DFG-Netzwerk: Neo-Institutionalismus

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08/2015 The ACT Program Kicks-Off This Year for the 11th Time

The joint Master’s degree program “Global Business – ACT” will kick off on August 27, 2015, for the 11th year. The global business program is a joint graduate degree program between the Johannes Kepler University (JKU) Linz (Austria), the University of Victoria (Canada) and National Sun Yat-sen University in Kaohsiung (Taiwan).

As in past years, ten Austrian students have traveled to Canada to spend three months of their studies at the University of Victoria. During their stay in Canada, they will attend classes such as International Logistics, International Finance, International Marketing and Strategy.

Extended Stays in Other Countries
The students will have a unique opportunity to actively improve and perfect their English-language skills as well as develop their personal intercultural skills. In addition, they will visit Canadian companies, acquiring invaluable insight into the North American economy and Canadian culture. After spending three months in Canada, the students will travel to Taiwan and spend three months studying at National Sun Yat-sen University before returning to Linz for the last three months of the program. Students will graduate from the program at the end of April.

This graduate degree program boasts a unique feature in that during their second year, students study within a multicultural group at all three of these universities with students from Canada, Taiwan and Austria. Students have a unique opportunity to experience a direct exchange with other cultures (including their own), reflect on one’s own impact in other cultures, and expand their network of contacts.
  We would like to take the opportunity to wish the students all the best during their stay in Canada!

The program is organized by Prof. Dr. Werner Auer-Rizzi (Institute of Organization & Global Management Education). If you have any questions about the program, please contact Mag. Marion Ammer (