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Danube Business School´s Program Guide

Austria's first German language MBA program started at Danube University Krems in 1991. The Danube Business School's foundation stone was thereby laid.
Since then, several thousand managers have laid the foundation stone for their future career with an MBA degree at Danube Business School.
Today, Danube Business School offers the following three study formats for continuing education in management. These are tailored to the requirements of practice and the individual goals and needs of the students.
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MBA Programs

 

MSc Programs

 

Short Programs

 

 

The MBA programs sharpen the students' strategic management and leadership skills and simulta-neously teach broad, state-of-the-art management knowledge.


MSc programs deepen operational management skills and provide application-oriented management tools in a special field or in an industry.


Short-term programs
In brief, compact units, short programs provide management skills and management tools in func-tional areas or sectors in the form of academic programs, certified programs, corporate programs, and seminars.

 

Didactic Concept - Flexible Teaching Formats for Individual Requirements

Blended Learning

To meet the demands of students who study alongside their work, courses at Danube Business School are offered as blended learning courses. Blended Learning combines self-study with e-learning and on campus training modules according to the training objectives of each degree course.
 

learning concept

 

In e-learning modules, students independently discover or refresh different topics in Business Administration. Special attention is given to the learning speed and the flexibility of each
individual student.

 

On Campus modules: According to findings from learning research, the best way of finding new solutions for complex problems and new answers to far-reaching questions is through
on campus social interaction in plenary sessions or small groups and through exchanges with competent colleagues and lecturers with in-depth subject and/or sector specific expertise.