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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 admission requirements.

 

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 user account
  • Part B: Select your major and provide information about your educational background, etc.

Complete both sections before the following respective deadlines : 

Deadlines to Enter Personal Information Online
 

Intended Start of Studies Start End
Winter Semester May 1, 2019 May 30, 2019

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.

The deadline to enter your personal information has passed. Apply at the next opportunity for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

Step 2: Application

Submit your dynamic and impressive application via e-mail for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Application Period
 

Intended Start of Studies Start End
Winter Semester April 2019 May 30, 2019


Application

The application must include the following:

Important information for applicants for the 2020/2021 Academic Year:

  • Prospective applicants who do not hold an undergraduate degree in Business Administration or who are not an EEA citizen must take the GMAT test. The deadline to submit your GMAT test scores and additional required documentation to complete your application is December 31, 2019.

Submission Deadline for the 2020/2021 Academic Year Applications for the 2020/2021 academic year - including GMAT scores for non-business undergrads and prospective students from non-EEA countries - must be submitted by January 31, 2020.

Starting in the 2020/2021 Academic Year:

Take the GMAT Test - Applies only to students who do not have an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and for non-EEA citizens

The GMAT® (Graduate Management Admission Test) 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. If you are applying for admission for the 2020/2021 academic year, please include confirmation of your GMAT scores with your application to show you have completed the admissions procedure.

Please note:

Step 3: Complete the Selection Interview

Once your applications documents have been reviewed and approved, you will be invited for an interview. You will receive written correspondence pertaining to admission for the 2019/2020 academic year.

Additional Steps to Start Your Studies

If you already have a JKU student ID number and
are enrolled as an active student

Step 4: Register for Pre-Term / Boot Camp

Log in using your JKU username in JKU Moodle. Click here for help and FAQs about Moodle. Get to know your classmates better by creating a Moodle profile. After you finish your profile, send an e-mail to: lio@jku.at to be added to the Moodle course "Foundations of Management".


Step 5: Complete Pre-Term / Boot Camp
 

Course 2019 Dates ECTS Credits
Foundations of Management July 15 - Sept. 8 6

 

Required Reading

Please note: These are the most important course materials. Make sure you have the course materials available when courses begin.


Foundations of Management

  • Gerald A Cole, Phil Kelly (2015). Management Theory and Practice. 8th Edition. Cengage Learning (ISBN 978-1-4080-9527-0) - Note: This book is a key course textbook. Be sure to have a copy when the course begins.

Foundational Readings and Academic Writing

  • Cyert, March (2007): A Behavioral Theory of the Firm (2nd ed). Blackwell Publishing. (ISBN 978-0-631-17451-6)
  • Gavetti, Greve, et al. (2012): The behavioral theory of the firm: Assessment and prospects. The academy of management annals, 6(1), 1-40.

 

Step 6: Admission to Studies

Complete enrollment to the program by going to the Admissions Office in person between the following deadlines.
 

Admissions Deadlines

Program Begins Start End
Winter Semester July 8, 2019 September 5, 2019 (grace period to November 30, 2019)

Please note: After the above-mentioned deadlines you may no longer be admitted to the program for the respective semester.

Documents

Bring the following documents* in the original to the Admissions Office:


Step 7: Pay Austrian Student Union and Tuition Fees

Click here for detailed information.


Step 8: Register for Courses

Click here for detailed information.

If you are (no longer) registered at the JKU as a student and
complete admission to the Master's program LIO by July 15

Step 4: Admission to the Program

Complete enrollment to the program by going to the Admissions Office in person between the following deadlines .


Admission Deadlines

Program Begins Start End
Winter Semester July 8, 2019 September 5, 2019 (grace period to November 30, 2019)

Please note: After the above-mentioned deadlines you may no longer be admitted to the program for the respective semester.


Documents

Bring the following documents* in the original to the Admissions Office:


Step 5: Get Your JKU Card

Click here for detailed information.


Step 6: Activate JKU IT Services

Click here for detailed information.


Step 7: Register for Pre-Term / Boot Camp

Wenn du die Zulassung bis zum 15. Juli abgeschlossen hast, kannst du dich mit deinem JKU Username ins JKU Moodle einloggen. Hilfe und FAQs zu Moodle findest du hier. Gestallte dein Moodle Profil, sodass dich deine neuen KollegInnen etwas besser kennenlernen können und sende nach Fertigstellung eine E-Mail an lio@jku.at. Danach wirst du dem Moodle Kurse "Foundations of Management" hinzugefügt.


Step 9 - Complete Pre-Term / Boot Camp

Course 2019 Dates ECTS Credits
Foundations of Management July 15 - Sept. 8 6

Required Reading

Please note: These are the most important course materials. Make sure you have the course materials available when courses begin.

Foundations of Management

  • Gerald A Cole, Phil Kelly (2015). Management Theory and Practice. 8th Edition. Cengage Learning (ISBN 978-1-4080-9527-0) - Note: This is a key course textbook. Be sure to have a copy when the course begins.

Foundational Readings and Academic Writing

  • Cyert, March (2007): A Behavioral Theory of the Firm (2nd ed). Blackwell Publishing. (ISBN 978-0-631-17451-6)
  • Gavetti, Greve, et al. (2012): The behavioral theory of the firm: Assessment and prospects. The academy of management annals, 6(1), 1-40.


Step 9: Pay Austrian Student Union and Tuition Fees

Click here for detailed information.


Step 10: Sign up for Courses

Click here for detailed information.

If you are (no longer) registered as a student at the JKU and
are admitted to the program after July 15

Step 4: Register for Pre-Term / Boot Camp

Log in using your JKU username (VK number from Part A when you enter your personal information) in JKU Moodle. Click here for help and FAQs about Moodle. Get to know your classmates better by creating a Moodle profile. After you finish your profile, send an e-mail to: lio@jku.at to be added to the Moodle course "Foundations of Management".

Get admitted to the program as quickly as possible (see Step 6)!


Step 5: Complete Pre-Term / Boot Camp

Course 2019 Dates ECTS Credits
Foundations of Management July 15 - Sept. 8 6

 

Required Reading

Please note: These are the most important course materials. Make sure you have the course materials available when courses begin.

 

Foundations of Management

  • Gerald A Cole, Phil Kelly (2015). Management Theory and Practice. 8th Edition. Cengage Learning (ISBN 978-1-4080-9527-0) - Note: This book is a key course textbook. Be sure to have a copy when the course begins.

 

Foundational Readings and Academic Writing

  • Cyert, March (2007): A Behavioral Theory of the Firm (2nd ed). Blackwell Publishing. (ISBN 978-0-631-17451-6)
  • Gavetti, Greve, et al. (2012): The behavioral theory of the firm: Assessment and prospects. The academy of management annals, 6(1), 1-40.

 

Step 6: Admission to the Program

Complete enrollment to the program by going to the Admissions Office in person between the following deadlines.

 

Admissions Deadlines

Program Begins Start End
Winter Semester July 8, 2019 September 5, 2019 (grace period to November 30, 2019)

Please note: After the above-mentioned deadlines you may no longer be admitted to the program for the respective semester.


Documents

Bring the following documents* in the original to the Admissions Office:


Step 7: Get Your JKU Card

Click here for detailed information.


Step 8: Activate JKU IT Services

Click here for detailed information.


Step 9: Pay Austrian Student Union and Tuition Fees

Click here for detailed information.


Step 10: Sign Up for Courses

Click here for detailed information.

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