Master's Degree Program in Global Business.

This unique graduate degree program not only challenges students to travel the world and learn to work together as part of an international team, but also appreciate different cultures as well as reflect critically and conscientiously on their own country.

The joint Master's degree program in Global Business aims to prepare students to pursue careers at international companies. The program has been designed to raise each student's level of awareness, tolerance, understanding, and flexibility - traits that every manager in our global world needs today.

Your Benefits

  • One academic degree program, three international cultures
  • Enhance your business skill set
  • Better understand local practices
  • Contact to innovative companies
  • Real-world business experiences
  • Foreign language fluency

 

Key Facts

Program

One year at the JKU
One year at all three partner universities

Degree

Master of Science (MSc)

Duration

4 Semesters

Tracks

- ACT
- PAC
- TROIKA

ECTS

120 Credits

Language

English (Level C1)

Tracks

The Global Business Program has three different track options, each featuring a diverse cultural and business-related focus. The following options are:

ACT - Austria, Taiwan and Canada

ACT

PAC - Peru, Austria und Canada

PAC

TROIKA - Russia, Austria and Italy

TROIKA

Admission to Studies

Admission Requirements

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Institute

Institute of Innovation Management

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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