The Center offers specialized programs for continuing education that are continuously developed and expanded. Currently, the Center offers the following studies and continuing education programs:


Supervision of Master Thesis

The academic team of the Center is happy to support and supervise students at University for Continuing Education Krems in composing master theses. A definitive confirmation of supervision requires that the project of the master thesis

  • was discussed with a member of the academic team;
  • is thematically attributable to general commercial private law (general civil and corporate law, e-business) and/or the legal fields of copyright law, trademark law, design law, innovation protection (patent law), data protection, unfair competition law, antitrust law, information law, media law or technology law
  • is based on legal (possibly interdisciplinary) methodology;
  • is written in German or English;
  • is approved by the responsible course director for the desired degree and
  • the willingness to participate in the (free) extracurricular master thesis seminar of the Center.

Interested parties are asked to write to


Information on the master thesis seminar:

The master thesis seminar will start in the academic year 2020/21 and will be held as an interactive webinar via ZOOM. The online units take place monthly, on the first Tuesday of each month (October-January / March - June) from 16:30 and are not open to the public.
The objective of the units is to facilitate an exchange of ideas in terms of content and methods within the circle of students and to evaluate the work progress.
ZOOM Link (enrolled students only):

Non-exhaustive Selection of thematic areas for master theses at the Center:

•    Legal aspects of Artificial Intelligence and autonomous systems
•    Legal aspects of text and data mining
•    Copyright and digital cultural heritage
•    Copyright contract law
•    Copyright in the Platform Economy
•    Legal aspects of the data economy
•    The new EU single patent
•    Data Protection in research and teaching
•    Data protection and cultural heritage
•    Legal challenges of 3D-printing

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