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Internationalization at the JKU Business School.

Internationalization at the JKU Business School means integrating an international, intercultural and global dimension into our goals, teaching and learning experience, research, and service areas at the Business School. We focus on three stakeholder groups: students, faculty members, and employees.

The JKU Business School’s vision of being “a regionally embedded academic hub with an international orientation” lays out the path. In line with our strategic priority to live “A strong international direction and mobility to support research and business”, both an international orientation and mobility of faculty, students, and employees are key. We therefore promote international research and teaching activities as well as intercultural skills and exchange opportunities.

Led by our Associate Dean for Internationalization, Priv.-Doz. MMag. Dr. Sandra Stötzer, an international team of dedicated professionals is working intensively on implementing the JKU Business School's internationalization strategy. Acquiring international accreditation is essential and a long-term goal.

Strong and sustainable international partnerships are fundamental for internationally oriented research and teaching, and they link different (scientific) cultures and disciplines. The JKU Business School is firmly rooted in the prosperous, export-oriented region of Upper Austria and at the same time we are committed to be part of the global academic community.

Our diverse network of 200 partner universities has been enriched by the alliance “European Campus of City Universities” (EC2U) since November 2023. This close partnership of eight universities (for more information see EC2U-LINK & JKU-VIDEO) promotes international exchange through improved cooperation and mobility opportunities. Together, this alliance builds bridges, fosters European values and contributes to addressing pressing global issues through innovative international research.


Partner Universities

General Management

STUST - Taiwan, opens an external URL in a new window

ESC - Troyes, opens an external URL in a new window

Global Business

NSYSU, Taiwan, opens an external URL in a new window

UVIC, Canada, opens an external URL in a new window

PUCP, Peru, opens an external URL in a new window


Dean for Internationalization & Engagement

Priv.Doz. MMag. Dr. Sandra Stötzer


[Translate to Englisch:] Sandra Stoetzer

Exchange Coordination

Christian Hölzlwimmer, MSc



[Translate to Englisch:] Christian Hölzlwimmer