Master of Business Administration in Automotive Industry (Professional MBA)
The TU Wien and the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava (STU Bratislava) jointly offer with the collaboration of the Mobility Cluster of the Vienna Business Agency a Professional MBA Programme of international format.
Main objectives of the Professional MBA Automotive Industry are to provide knowledge and to upgrade skills for present & future managers in the automotive industry or its component suppliers.
Final Degree "Master of Business Administration" (MBA) granted by the TU Wien in cooperation with the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Language of Instruction English
Duration 4 semesters, part-time program, presented in modules
Programme Start October 22, 2020
Graduates of this program will possess profound knowledge of management within this industry and should be able to identify short-term as well as long-term challenges, to structure complex, dynamic projects, to independently manage a project using project management tools, to make right decisions in complex and difficult situations, to stay abreast of national as well as international changes.
- Accounting & Controlling
- Management Science
- Organizational Behavior & Human Resource Management
- Marketing & Competition Strategy
- Corporate Finance
- European & International Business Law
- Managerial Economics
- Communication Skills & Social Competence
- Process & Quality Management in Automotive Industry
- Automotive Production & Logistics
- Master's Thesis
In addition to the lectures, various excursions and evening discussions with well-known guest speakers from the automotive and its supplier industry are planned.
The Professional MBA program is intended for the present as well as prospective managers in the automotive and its component supplier (e.g.| SMEs) industry. The target group mainly consists of engineers, natural scientists, economists and managers from this industry who have taken their first career steps towards management and now want to prepare themselves for a further career development.
Admitted individuals must hold an academic degree (a Baccalaureate degree, Magister degree, or equivalent) along with several years of relevant work experience (at least 2 years) and adequate knowledge of the English language. In exceptional cases, persons with an equivalent qualification - i.e. activities similar to those of a university graduate or relevant professional experience - may be admitted.
EUR 20,000 (excluding expenses for traveling and accommodation).
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