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Here you will find detailed information to start a Master's Degree in Leading Innovative Organizations.

Step-by-step information about the admissions procedure is available below. Please note that in order to enroll in this degree program, you must meet the formal admission requirements and the legal admission requriements.

 

Master's Degree in
Leading Innovative Organizations

General information about the program is available here:

Step 1: Enter Your Personal Information

The process of entering your personal information means you will be asked to fill out an online form disclosing your personal information and then you will be asked to select your major. The procedure consists of two parts:

  • Part A: Disclose your contact information and create a JKU Account
  • Part B: Select your major and provide information about your educational background, etc.

NOTE: SIMPLY ENTERING YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION ONLINE DOES NOT MEAN YOU ARE OFFICIALLY ENROLLED! In order to be enrolled as a degree-seeking student, you must be officially admitted to the university and complete admissions (Step 4).

Deadlines to Enter Personal Information Online

Intended Start of Studies Start End
Winter Semester 2020 December 2, 2019 January 31, 2020

After entering your personal information, you will receive a confirmation e-mail. If you do not receive a confirmation e-mail, please check your the spam folder in your Inbox or contact the Admissions Office directly.

Please note:

Once the deadlines as listed above have expired, you can no longer be admitted to the university for that particular semester.

Step 2: Application

Submit your application via the online form for the 2020/2021 academic year. If you need assistance, contact us via e-mail.

Application Period
 

Intended Start of Studies Start End
Winter Semester December 2, 2019 January 31, 2020


Application

The application must include the following:

Important information regarding Certificates and academic transcripts:

  • If you have not studied under the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System - ECTS system, please provide detailed explanations of your grading and credit system so that we can assess the hours you have spent on a particular module.

Important information regarding GMAT:

  • If you do hold a Bachelor degree from outside the European Economic Area (non-EEA degree) you must take the GMAT. 
  • If you do not hold an undergraduate or graduate degree which provides sufficient knowledge in Business Administration you must take the GMAT. 
  • The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized, internationally recognized examination conducted around the world. Please note that you will need time to prepare for the examination (a minimum of 8 weeks; up to 6 months). Click here for detailed information.

Information about Fulfilling Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration Requirements

Successful completion of one of the following Bachelor's or Diploma Degree Programs

University Undergraduate / Graduate Degree Program
JKU Undergraduate / Graduate Degree in Business & Economics
JKU Undergraduate / Graduate Degree in Business Informatics
JKU Undergraduate / Graduate Degree in Social Economics
WU Wien Undergraduate Degree in Business, Economics and Social Sciences
WU Wien Undergraduate Degree in Business and Economics
University of Vienna Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration
University of Vienna Undergraduate Degree in International Business Administration
University of Graz Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration
University of Graz Undergraduate Degree in Economics
University of Graz Undergraduate Degree in Environmental System Sciences - Business Administration
University of Graz Undergraduate Degree in Environmental Systems Sciences – Economics
University of Klagenfurt Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration - Branch of Study Business Administration
University of Klagenfurt Undergraduate Degree in Business Administration - Branch of Study International Business Administration
University of Klagenfurt Undergraduate Degree in International Business and Economics
University of Innsbruck Undergraduate Degree in Management and Economics
University of Innsbruck Graduate Degree in Economic and Business Studies

 

Equivalency

Business Administration equivalence requirements are considered fulfilled providing the prospective applicant has successfully passed courses in the following areas as part of a Bachelor's or Diploma degree program (minimum of the scope/level as specified)

  • 10 ECTS credits in Methods and/or Applied Methods Courses (e.g. Mathematics, Statistics, Econometrics, Survey Research, Operations Research, Decision Support Systems, Programming, Formal Methods)
  • 18 ECTS credits in Finance/Accounting/Tax
  • 18 ECTS credits in Management/General Business Administration

Step 3: Complete the Selection Interview

The best candidates will be invited for an oral interview in English. If successful, you are nominated for admission (Step 4).

Step 4: Admission to Studies

Candidates selected in the Interview Process (Step 3) are nominated for admission.

Intended Start of Studies End
Winter Semester April 30, 2020

Applicants have to fulfill the legal admission process. The necessary documents have to be submitted by April 30,2020.

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