Master's Degree General Management Double Degree STUST Tainan - JKU Linz

Graduates of the Master’s Degree Program General Management Double Degree STUST Tainan – JKU Linz are well prepared for a career in a dynamic, global environment.

The program provides graduates with an ideal basis to launch a successful international career, focusing on business approaches and handling situations in an interdisciplinary, critical and analytical way. The program is demanding, giving students expertise in key disciplines in "General Management".

At the JKU, you can choose between two General Management double degree programs:

Students in the Master's Degree Program General Management Double Degree STUST Tainan - JKU Linz spend two semesters each studying at the Johannes Kepler University in Linz (JKU) and at the Southern Taiwan University of Science and Technology in Tainan (STUST), completing the program with two internationally recognized academic degrees.

Your Benefits

  • Earn two internationally recognized academic degrees in 24 months
  • 1 year of international experience and intercultural learning
  • The program is taught entirely in English
  • Acquire a basic understanding of Chinese

Master's Degree General Management
Double Degree


Master of Science (MSc) and Master of Business Administration (MBA)


4 Semesters


120 Credits


English C1

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Graduates of the Master's Degree Program General Management Double Degree STUST Tainan - JKU Linz are more than happy to relate their experiences in the program and answer any questions you may have.

Job Opportunities and Career Prospects

The Master’s Degree Program General Management Double Degree STUST Tainan - JKU Linz has been designed to educate students for interesting and challenging job opportunities in a global environment. Combined with a year of international experience and basic language skills in Chinese, students acquire expertise and a broad knowledge spectrum which are integral requirements for a variety of outstanding careers in industry, trade, and services.

In addition, high-level management often seek to hire versatile and well-educated graduates as managememt assistants.

Additional Information



If you are interested in the Double Degree Program STUST Tainan - JKU Linz:

Step 1: Apply for the Master's Degree Program Management. Prospective applicants to the Master's degree program should hold a Bachelor’s degree in ‘Business and Economics’ (‘Wirtschaftswissenschaften’) or hold an undergraduate business degree equivalent in content and scope.

Contact the Admissions Office for detailed information about the admission requirements and application procedure.

Step 2: Submit an application for the Double Degreee Program General Management STUST Tainan - JKU Linz. The application deadline is December 1, see: additional information.

Only a limited number of places are available for the double degree program.


Recommended Study Plan (JKU-students) -
new from October 2020

As part of the Master’s degree program, students are required to complete courses totaling 120 ECTS credits in the following areas:

General Management Competence 18 6 - -
Introduction to Digital Transformation and Technologies 6 - - -

Interpersonal Skills and Intercultural Competence

4 - - -
Competence Area - 14 - -
Methods in Management Research - 6 - -

Free Electives

2 4 - -

Spoken Chinese

- - 4 4

Advanced Management Competence

- - 24 12

Master’s Thesis and Independent Studies on Master’s Thesis

- - 2 14
ECTS (Total: 120) 30 30 30 30

Still Have Questions?

Do you need help registering or do you have questions about the program? Contact the JKU's Office of Student Information and Academic Advising (SIBS)!

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