• Graduation

    Academic Expert

  • ECTS-Points


  • Learning format

    Blended learning

  • Duration

    3 semesters, part time

  • On-Campus Teaching


  • Start

    Winter semester 2024/25

  • Costs

    EUR 8.900,--

  • Admission requirements

    According to curriculum

  • Language


How local interests are connected to the practical and working environment in business, politics and culture are demonstrated by imparting fundamental, central theoretical concepts such as globalization, diversity, culture and inter-culturalism. Methods of empirical social research provide the instruments to observe, analyze and evaluate complex contents and the fields of application from a scientific point of view. The course illustrates intercultural communication, diversity management, project development and implementation in intercultural teams using examples and various situations to put them into practice.

The course aims to promote the integration of migrants and encourage mutual understanding between locals and migrants to contribute to the social cohesion within Austrian population. Social cohesion is a prerequisite for sustainable economic growth and is deemed to secure the welfare of all.
Friedrich Altenburg

Anyone who operates globally should be aware of interlinkages of phenomena and actors and be able to reflect and adapt approaches and strategies.

Friedrich Altenburg, MSc

Study Program Manager - Department for Migration and Globalisation

You are welcome to find detailed information about the program on the German website, as the language of instruction for this program is German, or you can contact us directly.

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