Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) is an integral part of the unique “Open University Innsbruck” concept in Austria and has attained a leading position in international higher education as a result of its on-going quality and customer orientation. MCI strives to mentor motivated people, who want to build their future through goal-oriented continuing education, in their personal and professional development.
- Studying where others spend their holidays
- A vibrant university town
- Great services for students
Academic Programs in English
Bachelor Programs: Biotechnology, Business Management, Food & Bioresource Technologies, Management, Communication & IT, Management & Law, Mechatronics, Nonprofit Social & Health Care Mgmt., Social Work, Tourism Business Studies, Environmental Process & Energy Engineering, Industrial Engineering & Management
Master Programs: Bioresource & Food Engineering, Biotechnology Entrepreneurship & Tourism, International Business & Law, International Health & Social Management, Management Communication & IT, Mechatronics-Mechanical Engineering, Social Work Social Policy & Management, Environmental Process & Energy Engineering
Executive Master Programs: General Management Executive MBA, Master of Science in Management MSC, International Business & Tax Law LL.M.
No specific grade point average required. We recommend that students have completed a minimum of four semesters of classes when coming to MCI (exceptions may apply).
Levels of Study: Graduate & Undergraduate
Number of Participants
The Austrian Exchange Service arranges rooms in student dormitories for a monthly fee. This is the easiest and most convenient way for exchange students to find relatively inexpensive housing. There are also other options available. Please see the MCI website for more information.
SIU tuition for 15 credits at your individual rate plus study administration of $175 per semester. Registration will be adjusted based on your actual enrollment.
The general cost of living is approximately 1,000 euros per month for room, board and personal expenses. Students may also be able to live on less, depending on their lifestyle. There is also a one-time fee of 40 euros for membership in the Austrian Student Union and MCI’s administrative support. In addition, students have to pay for airfare and visa/residence permit application.
For Bachelor programs: EUR 2,000 per semester plus membership fee for the Austrian Student’s Union
For Master programs: EUR 3,000 per semester plus membership fee for the Austrian Student’s Union
Exchange students staying for one or two semesters: “Ernst Mach Grant for studying at an Austrian university of applied sciences (Fachhochschule)”. Grantees receive approx. 940 euros per month plus airfare, application deadline for grant: March 1, 2013 for the academic year 2013-2014. More information: www.grants.at
Exchange students participating in MCI’s summer session (4 weeks) may be eligible for financial aid through their home university. Please contact your Study Abroad Office.
Prospective exchange students will receive information on how to apply online by email a few weeks prior to the application deadline. The online application process is easy and also allows students to choose their courses.
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