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Danube Professional MBA E-Mobility Management

Danube Professional MBA
Certified Program
Seminar
Imagebild E-Mobility - ReffCon

Climate change, globalisation, scarcity of resources, enormous economic development of the BRIC countries (Brazil, Russia, India and China), rapidly growing CO2 emittance rates caused by traffic – these are terms that we have become familiar with through daily news coverage.

Mobility and particularly sustainable alternatives like E-mobility are taking on a key role in this discourse! Sustainable mobility opens unexpected, new areas of business with very attractive models of added value, of which students will benefit on a local as well as on a company level.

Upon graduation participants in the program will be able to develop new fields of business within their work area independently, within the frame of CO2 reduced mobility. Members of staff of EU organizations, municipalities, NGO´s and special interest groups benefit from this interdisciplinary program. It enables students to deal competently with the subjects of E-mobility and sustainable mobility.
Target group The Program „E-Mobility Management“ is designed for managers of power supply enterprises, mobility services, car manufacturers and distribution organizations as well as civil servants and delegates of lobbies, unions, and E-Mobility stake holders.
Language English
Start 19. May 2014 - Rolling Admission
Certificate Danube Professional MBA Certified Program Seminar
Duration 4 terms part-time / 3 terms full-time
10 modules
4 modules 6 days
ECTS-Points 90  (Info about ECTS) 30
Course fee EUR 21,900 + Course Materials EUR 950

The program fee does not include any deductable sales tax.
Travel and accomodation costs are not included.
EUR 8,300 + Course Materials EUR 350

The program fee does not include any deductable sales tax.
Travel and accomodation costs are not included.
EUR 2,200

The program fee does not include any deductable sales tax.
Travel and accomodation costs are not included.
Venue Krems, Austria
Organizer Department for Management and Economics
Contact Dr.in Andrea Höltl, MBA MES
Phone: +43 (0)2732 893-2123,  Fax: +43 (0)2732 893-4100
E-Mail: andrea.hoeltl@donau-uni.ac.at

Cooperation Partners

Roland Dimai MBA, M.E.S., MA

Roland Dimai MBA, M.E.S., MA

Phone: +43 (0) 650 270 003 0
E-Mail: roland.dimai@reffcon.com
Website: http://www.reffcon.com
Address:
Program Coordinator E-Mobility Management
Managing director Reffcon GmbH/Austria; Reffcon Asia Ltd. Hongkong
President Austrian Sustainable Mobility Association
Erlosenstraße 82
6850 Dornbirn

Innoz Logo

Innovation Centre for Mobility and Societal Change (InnoZ) GmbH

Phone: +49 (0)30 238884 – 0
Fax: +49 (0)30 238884 – 120
E-Mail: info@innoz.de
Website: http://www.innoz.de
Address:
Torgauer Straße 12-15
D-10829 Berlin

Founded in 2006, InnoZ is a cooperation of DB Mobility Logistics AG, T-Systems International GmbH, German Aerospace Centre (DLR) and the Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB). As a joint research and consulting company, InnoZ integrates current practices and science to develop innovative solutions for mobility and transportation. The focus of InnoZ is on integrating the analysis of mobility with special reference to infrastructure systems, spatial development and social and structural trends. Its specific activities are centered on research, forecasts and sectoral studies, project development and solution piloting as well as consultancy and knowledge transfer. The InnoZ is operating the Plattform elektroMobilität (eMobility Platform), which includes conference, meeting, and exhibition space.
A special focus lies on different types of electric mobility, i.e. public electric cars and pedelecs in several German regions like Aachen, Berlin and Saarland. InnoZ develops multimodal transport concepts to combine these electric forms of mobility with public transport, especially with Bike- and Carsharing, closely to urban train stations as well as in housing areas.