General Management Programs- Blended Learning

This General Management program offers aspiring top managers the opportunity to develop their skills through a curriculum internationally recognized, whilst offering a flexible and tailor approach. Through its modular structure the program allows participants to develop their management competencies either to benefit their current roles or to enhance future opportunities alongside their career and/or other commitments. 

The successful manager is dependent on his/her social and motivational skills combined with their professional knowledge. The program assists participants to develop and enhance these key managerial competencies. Each subject lasts for three days (those are offered in blocks two times 3 days - from Saturday to Thursday)

The program encompasses three levels of qualification: 

- Certificate 
- Academic General Manager
- Master of Business Administration (Professional MBA)

The subjects within each qualification can be attended and completed individually. 

Furthermore, completed subjects can be accredited as part of each higher stage qualification.

DOUBLE ACCREDITED: The international university courses are accredited by FIBAA and ACBSP. Furthermore the Danube Business School is a member of the PRME initiative launched by the United Nations.

Target group

Managers from all areas of business who want to thoroughly prepare themselves for the next step in their career.

Course option
Certified Program
Expert Program
Master of Business Administration
Admission requirements
Study or work experience according to regulations
Study or work experience according to regulations
Study or work experience according to regulations
Learning format
3 Semester
4 Semester, part time
possible variants
Course fee
EUR 7.500,--
EUR 14.100,--
continuously possible
continuously possible
continuously possible
German or English
German or English
German and English
Regulation (Curriculum)
Study location
University for Continuing Education Krems
Dr.-Karl-Dorrek-Straße 30
3500 Krems
Nina Staffenberger

Questions about the study course?

Please feel free to contact us directly.

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