A Bachelor's degree is a degree awarded by universities and colleges. In order to earn a bachelor's degree, you must complete the necessary courses that may last three to seven years depending on your institution of enrollment.
To become a master, students must complete a required number of courses at the graduate level. This degree typically takes about two years to complete as a full-time student. Choose among a wide range of topics, including engineering, art, and business.
The basic characteristic of Austrian higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, the university often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and even to doctorate levels.
Vienna is the capital city of Austria and has many facilities to match that status. Education centres are in excellent condition going to extent of having International schools such as American International School Vienna and International University Vienna.
The bachelor degree programme „Cross-Disciplinary Strategies. Applied Studies in Art, Science, Philosophy, and Global Challenges“ conveys a broad spectrum of artistic and
Cross-Disciplinary Strategies – Applied Studies in Art, Science, Philosophy, and Global Challenges
BA (Bachelor of Arts)
Teaching language: English
The bachelor degree programme „Cross-Disciplinary Strategies. Applied Studies in Art, Science, Philosophy, and Global Challenges“ conveys a broad spectrum of artistic and scientific skills, strategies and principles of artistic and scientific praxis, linked with the aspiration to promote a critical approach, cooperation skills and goal-oriented learning not just in individual areas of knowledge, but also beyond the arts.
The educational system‘s approach for this programme represents an answer to transformation processes that our globalized societies face today. To be able to deal with complex and global dynamics as well as differing realities, courses designed to give an overview offer interdisciplinary knowledge and provide insights into strategies and methods from a number of areas of knowledge. Basic principles of art, philosophy, natural sciences, engineering and the humanities are an integral part of the curriculum in order to familiarize students with various perspectives and epistemologies. In addition, basic knowledge regarding the challenges of an increasing fusion of man and machine will be imparted, with the particular focus on the growing automation that is due to the refinement of artificial intelligence and progress in the area of genome editing....
Students who choose the Bachelor of International Business Administration pathway of Entrepreneurship & Small Business are often interested in starting their own comp
Students who choose the Bachelor of International Business Administration pathway of Entrepreneurship & Small Business are often interested in starting their own company at the end of their studies. This Wittenborg Universty EBA degree programme is challenging and fully packed with business and entrepreneurship projects based on the format used in the well known BBC series The Apprentice.
The Entrepreneurship programme is for students who know that they would like to start and run their own business, and who want the support and tools that a Bachelor programme in Entrepreneurship and SME Management can give them. Students will be required to have an international outlook, and speak good English. These students will have ambition, optimism and good general communication skills. They will be imaginative, artistic, conceptual thinkers and have good social networks....
The International Business Administration (IBA) Bachelor degree programme with specialisation in Hospitality Management, combined with the BA (Hons) in International Hosp
IBA & BA (Hons) Bachelor (Double degree)
The BHM awards (degree):
NL degree: Bachelor of International Business Administration (BBA) in Hospitality Management
UK degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA) International Hospitality Management
The International Business Administration (IBA) Bachelor degree programme with specialisation in Hospitality Management, combined with the BA (Hons) in International Hospitality Management is aimed at students who are wanting to follow a management career in the service industry, in an internationally focused organisation or enterprise. This unique and demanding degree programme, allowing students to either spend part of their studies in 3 different countries or just 2, is truly international. Whether you follow the standard pathway, or the so-called EuroBA pathway and spend a semester at the University of Brighton, you have the opportunity to earn 2 world recognised and renowned degrees....