The master's degree programme in Business Administration at FH Vorarlberg

FH Vorarlberg focuses its didactic concept on diversity with a comprehensive mix of methods. A broad spectrum of learning opportunities supports a wide range of "learning types" and the development of key individual skills. You learn through lectures, projects, case studies and tutorials. The programme also offers self-organised, problem-based learning methods, team-oriented project work, business simulations and labs.

Predictable lectures as well as projects, case studies, tutorials, group work and self-study opportunities with flexible time management offer a perfect combination of learning and working.

The close link between theory and practice is a fundamental part of the whole degree.


Combination of theory and practice

In your programme, you benefit from qualified lecturers from the private sector and outstanding international contacts. The mix of internal and external university lecturers from around the world provides excellent depth and breadth for learning. Projects and tutorials are conducted in small groups of 4 to 12 students. This guarantees a high degree of academic success.

The coming together of students with a wide range of professional experience and various industry backgrounds provides a multi-faceted and exciting learning environment.

The master's degree programme in Business Administration is designed as a part-time programme for students who are also working. Employment, in particular in a relevant professional field, is not mandatory but is an advantage for the application process.

Contact Persons Accounting, Controlling & Finance MA

Jasmin Winder-Fink
Master‘s Degree Programme Business Administration

+43 5572 792 5600

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Dr. Irene Häntschel-Erhart
Master´s Degree Programme Business Administration, Programme Director, Senior Lecturer

+43 5572 792 5605


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