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"As the "University of Applied Sciences", the practical relevance of our studies is particularly important to us. This means that the teaching of those skills that guarantee sustainable professional success is at the center of the study. This is best achieved by lecturers who have an excellent academic and didactic record and who, above all, are successful in their own practical work. This is what the team of the Economics & Management study area stands for.”

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7 REASONS

to study Management at the Carinthia University of Applied Sciences:

The Management Language Center, School of Economics and Management, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences offers a wide range of courses to support in the acquisition and strengthening of foreign language skills.

The degree study programs offer excellent conditions for a starting a professional career or advancement in a variety of sectors.  The planning of courses and scheduling is designed to match the needs of working students as much as possible.

Practice-oriented projects provide an organized space for student engagement, responsibility and creativity.  As a result, students can develop and implement their own meaningful and individually designed ideas.

Memberships in the European University Association (EUA – the largest association of European universities) and Central and East European Management Development Association (CEEMAN – an international association of business schools with the air of improving management training) guarantee the constant exchange and development of teaching and scientific practices.

This model not only enables students to make early contact with reputable companies, but also offers them a solid basis for further professional development in addition to their goal-oriented academic studies.

With currently around 140 international university partners, studying abroad is possible around the globe.  Students who would like to perform an internship abroad are supported as well. In addition to strengthening and broadening their business and economic expertise, participants also acquire social skills and expand their language skills.

Regular excursions to other European countries are an integral part of the curriculum.  Internationality in the academic programs and research is an important element of the study concept.  Degree programs in English enrich the intercultural competence of the students and promote their understanding of other cultures. In addition to career-oriented advantages, there are other relative advantages of an educational program provided in English, especially in regards to personal development.

CUAS is a member of AACSB and CEEMAN:

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Die Produktion ABWUNDERUNG von schau.Räume widmet sich am 25.6. um 18:00 und 20:00 Uhr dem Thema Ab- und Zuwanderung in Kärnten.

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The Management Language Center is the central contact point for students on the CUAS Campus Villach who are interested in expanding their foreign language skills. The foreign language instructors offer students on the one hand courses targeted for different language levels and on the other hand they support all those interested in questions of foreign language communication.

You can find the range of language courses offered in the current semester, information on certified language proficiency exams in German and Slovenian as well as the latest news on language-specific questions on this website.

 

The language courses start on 14.10.2019

The School of Management Language Center offers the following language courses in the winter semester 2019/20:

  • AUSTRIAN LANGUAGE / for beginners
    (Basic course communication)
    Course instructor: Silke Mohl-Lengauer
    Monday, 13.30 Uhr – 16.50 Uhr

  • GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE 1
    Course instructor Verena Paar-Grünbichler
    Monday, 16.00 Uhr – 18.30 Uhr

  • GERMAN AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE 5
    Course instructor: Silke Fankhauser
    Monday 16.00 – 18.30 

  • SCHREIBWERKSTATT DEUTSCH
    (native speakers and/or level B+)
    Course instructor: Colin Heller
    Tuesday, 16.00 – 19.20 


  • FRENCH 1
    Course instructor: Francoise Jouffre-Koch
    Monday, 16.00 – 18.30
     
  • FRENCH 3
    Course instructor: Francoise Jouffre-Koch
    Monday, 14.20 – 16.00 

  • ITALIAN 1
    Course instructor: Stefania Squadrito
    Monday, 16.00 – 18.30 
     
  • ITALIAN 3
    Course instructor: Chiara Percuzzi
    Monday, 16.00  – 18.30 

  • RUSSIAN 
    Course instructor: Josef Urschitz
    Monday, 16.50  – 19.20 
     
  • RUSSIAN 3
    Course instructor: Josef Urschitz
    Monday, 14.20 – 16.50 

  • SPANISH 1
    Course instructor: Fernanda Ruocco de Kronawetter
    Monday, 16.00 – 18.30 
     
  • SPANISH 3
    Course instructor: Fernanda Ruocco de Kronawetter
    Monday, 14.20 – 16.00 
     
  • SPANISH 5
    Course instructor: Fernanda Ruocco de Kronawetter
    Dates by arrangement with the course instructor

 

Please sign up for a course by sending your degree program and current semester to: 

Claudia Kopačka
Administration School of Management
c.kopackafh-kaerntenat

Am Sprachenzentrum-Wirtschaft der Fachhochschule Kärnten, Studienbereich Wirtschaft & Management, können die international anerkannten Sprachprüfungen des Österreichischen Sprachdiploms Deutsch (ÖSD) abgelegt werden.

Die Prüfungen des ÖSD werden weltweit angeboten und sind als standardisierter Nachweis von Deutschkenntnissen für NichtmuttersprachlerInnen in unterschiedlichen Bereichen und zu unterschiedlichen Zwecken anerkannt.

Neben Studierenden haben Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter der FH Kärnten und externe InteressentInnen die Möglichkeit, die ÖSD-Prüfungen auf den Sprachniveaus A1 bis C2 abzulegen.

Termin: 01.07. 2019 (Niveaus: A2, B1, B2, C1)
Ende der Anmeldefrist: 14.06.2019

Anmeldung

Die Anmeldung zur Prüfung erfolgt bitte ausschließlich per Mail an: 
szwfh-kaerntenat
 

Prüfungsgebühren:

  • Niveau A1: ÖSD Zertifikat A1 (ZA1)
    € 90,00
  • Niveau A2: ÖSD Zertifikat A2 (ZA2)
    € 100,00
  • Niveau B1: ÖSD Zertifikat Deutsch Österreich B1 (ZDÖ B1)
    ÖSD Zertifikat B1 (ZB1) auch modular ablegbar
    gesamt: € 105,00 / pro Modul: € 32,00
  • Niveau B2: ÖSD Zertifikat B2 (ZB2)
    € 110,00
  • Niveau C1: ÖSD Zertifikat C1 (ZC1)
    € 120,00
  • Niveau C2: ÖSD Zertifikat C2 (ZC2)
    € 140,00

Materialien zur Prüfungsvorbereitung und Modellprüfungen:
https://www.osd.at/ (den Button für das gewünschte Niveau anklicken)

Anmeldung und Beratung


FH-Professorin Mag.a Sabine Spanz 

Hauptplatz 12
9560 Feldkirchen in Kärnten 

+43 5 90500 4112
S.Spanzfh-kaerntenat

Am Sprachenzentrum-Wirtschaft der Fachhochschule Kärnten, Studienbereich Wirtschaft & Management, können die international anerkannten Sprachprüfungen des Zentrums für Slowenisch als Fremd-/ Zweitsprache der Universität Ljubljana (CSDTJ) abgelegt werden.

Die Prüfungen des CSDTJ sind als standardisierter Nachweis von Slowenischkenntnissen für NichtmuttersprachlerInnen in unterschiedlichen Bereichen und zu unterschiedlichen Zwecken anerkannt.

Neben Studierenden haben Mitarbeiterinnen und Mitarbeiter der FH Kärnten und externe InteressentInnen die Möglichkeit, die CSDTJ -Prüfungen auf den Sprachniveaus „na osnovni A2/B1“, „na višji B“ und „na odličnostni C1/C2“ abzulegen.

Jezikovni center na Fachhochschule Kärnten, ki deluje v okviru študijske smeri Gospodarstvo&Menedžment, ponuja mednarodno veljavne izpite za slovenščino. Izpite izvaja Center za slovenščino kot drugi/tuji jezik (CSDTJ) Univerze v Ljubljani.

Z uspešno opravljenim izpitom CSDTJ kandidat/kandidatka pridobi javno veljavno listino o znanju slovenščine za uradne ali zasebne namene.

Poleg študentov FH, imajo tudi sodelavci FH in zunanji interesenti možnost opravljanja izpitov na treh ravneh: na osnovni ravni A2/B1, na višji ravni B2 in na ravni odličnosti C1/C2.

 

Prüfungstermin und Prüfungsgebühren:
29. Mai 2019

Prüfung: Slowenisch als Zweit-/Fremdsprache (B2)
(Sprachenzentrum Wirtschaft in Kooperation mit  Center za slovenščino kot drugi in tuji jezik)

Izpitni roki in stroški opravljanja izpita:
29. maj 2019
Izpit iz znanja slovenščine na višji ravni (B2)

Anmeldung
Die Anmeldung zur Prüfung erfolgt bitte ausschließlich per Mail an: szwfh-kaerntenat

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Prijave sprejemamo izključno v pisni obliki na elektronski naslov: szwfh-kaerntenat .

Dodatne informacije
Za dodatne informacije sem Vam na voljo Katarina Gutownig Fürst.
k.gutownigfh-kaerntenat
05 90500 4222

Anmeldung und Beratung


Mag.a Katarina Gutownig Fürst

Hauptplatz 12
9560 Feldkirchen in Kärnten 

+43 5 90500 4222
szwfh-kaerntenat

Students can apply to take the IELTS (INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH TESTING SYSTEM) exam at the University of Klagenfurt, in collaboration with British Council Austria (https://www.britishcouncil.at/)

Further information regarding the exam, examination dates and preparation courses can be found on the university website:

https://www.aau.at/international/service-und-beratung/sprachzertifikate/#ielts

Veranstaltungsreihe

Veranstaltungen bieten den idealen Rahmen für einen aktiven Meinungsaustausch. Daher haben wir uns zum Ziel gesetzt, einem interessierten Publikum attraktive Veranstaltungen zu aktuellen Themen der Wirtschaft zu bieten.

eTourismus 2019

Spannende Vorträge von bekannten Tourismusgrößen zum Thema
„Zeitgemäßer Vertrieb und Social Media im Tourismus" 

Dienstag, 15. Oktober 2019, 16:00 - 19:00 Uhr
FH Kärnten, Campus Villach, Audimax

Podiumsdiskussion mit allen TeilnehmerInnen

Anschließend können bei Fingerfood und Getränken weitere Fragen diskutiert werden!

Anmeldung:

Email: eTourismusfh-kaerntenat

DieTeilnahme an der Veranstaltung ist kostenlos!

 

Für Fragen stehen Ihnen die Organisatoren gerne zur Verfügung:

Wolfgang Eixelsberger: w.eixelsbergerfh-kaerntenat
Stefan Nungesser: s.nungesserfh-kaerntenat

Mit Unterstützung von:

Wann:

Mittwoch, 01.04.2020 von 10:00 – 13:00 Uhr
FH Kärnten, Campus Villach, Hörsaal 6
Europastrasse 4, 9524 Villach
 
Zielgruppe:

  • MitarbeiterInnen und PolitikerInnen auf kommunaler Ebene
  • MitarbeiterInnen und PolitikerInnen auf Landesebene
  • Unternehmen, die mit der öffentlichen Verwaltung verbunden sind

Programm:

  • 10:00 – 10:15 
    Begrüßung FH-Prof. Dr. Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle, FH-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Eixelsberger
     
  • 10:15 – 10:30
    Grußworte LR Ing. Daniel Fellner

  • 10:30 – 11:00
    Keynote: Intelligente Menschen nutzen intelligente Maschinen auf intelligente Weise
    Thomas Ramge (Bestsellerautor und Wirtschaftsjournalist)

  • 11:00 – 11:20 Uhr
    Digitale Gemeinde - Herausforderungen und Handlungsfelder 
    FH-Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Eixelsberger (Fachhochschule Kärnten)

  • 11:20 – 11:40 Uhr
    Digitalisierung als Managementaufgabe
    Ing. Mag. Andreas Tischler (Amtsleiter der Marktgemeinde Grafenstein)

  • 11:40 – 12:00 Uhr
    Digitale Praxis - Best Practice und Fallstricke
    DI Manfred Wundara (Abteilungsleiter Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien, Stadt Villach)

Mit Unterstützung von:

Im Marketing haben sich aufgrund der Digitalisierung neue Möglichkeiten aufgetan, die Marketing-Professionals in den Unternehmen vor große Herausforderungen gestellt haben. Nicht zuletzt deswegen, weil sich auch das Verhalten von Kunden und das Marktumfeld beständig verändert haben. -> mehr

Studium + Job? Das geht.

Für das Studienjahr 2019/20 bietet die FH Kärnten in Kooperation mit den Unternehmen MAHLE, Unser Lagerhaus, OMYA, Dr. Oetker und Stadtwerke Klagenfurt exklusiv für StudienanfängerInnen der Studienzweige Business Management und Digital Business Management ein Study + Work Programm an.

Was wäre, wenn Sie schon während des Studiums in einem etablierten Kärntner Unternehmen arbeiten könnten? Wenn Sie schon zieladäquat im Rahmen eines Teilzeitjobs erste studienrelevante Berufserfahrungen sammeln könnten? Wenn Sie schon den ersten Schritt im Rahmen Ihrer Karriereplanung setzen könnten? Unser neu geschaffenes Study & Work Programm bietet Ihnen hier die Lösung.

Fünf namhafte Kärntner Unternehmen beteiligen sich an diesem Programm und suchen interessierte, ambitionierte Studierende, die in Teilzeit schon während des Studiums für sie arbeiten.

Folgende Unternehmen bieten im Rahmen des Study & Work Programmes solche Teilzeitjobs an:

  • Dr. Oetker GmbH, Villach
    Marketing, HR, Digitalisierung
  • MAHLE Filtersysteme Austria GmbH, St. Michael ob Bleiburg
    HR, Controlling, Digitalisierung
  • OMYA GmbH, Gummern
    Logistik, HR
  • Stadtwerke Klagenfurt AG, Klagenfurt
    wird bekanntgegeben
  • “UNSER LAGERHAUS“ Warenhandelsgesellschaft m.b.H., Klagenfurt
    wird bekanntgegeben

Sollten Sie an unserem Study + Work Programm interessiert sein, melden Sie sich bitte auf unserer Karriere Website wie folgt an:

  1. Schritt: erstellen Sie ein Konto
  2. Schritt: füllen Sie den Registrierungsbogen vollständig aus (Vorname, Nachname, Email, Passwort, Studiengang etc.)
  3. Schritt: bestätigen Sie Ihre Daten in dem E-Mail, das Sie zugeschickt bekommen! Sie müssen Ihr Konto bestätigen, damit Sie fortfahren können.


Karriere Website
Gehen Sie auf den Menüpunkt „ Events“ (oben in der grauen Leiste) und registrieren Sie sich für das Event „Study + Work“. Bitte laden Sie im Zuge der Anmeldung Ihren aktuellen CV hoch!

Die Bewerbungsfrist endet am 31.10.2019.
Sie werden nach erfolgreicher Bewerbung zu einem ersten „Meet & Greet“ mit den teilnehmenden FirmenvertreterInnen eingeladen.

Nähere Infos erhalten Sie gerne bei Herrn Mag. Michael Kosutnik
m.kosutnikfh-kaerntenat
+43 5 90 500 2408

Alle Study + Work Angebote der FH Kärnten

[Translate to English:] Kontakt

Mag. Michael Kosutnik

+43 5 90500 2408
m.kosutnikfh-kaerntenat

Europastraße 4
9524 Villach

Das Digital Lab der Fachhochschule Kärnten unterstützt Unternehmen und die öffentliche Verwaltung bei der digitalen Transformation. Im Zentrum stehen Projekte mit Bezug zur angewandten Forschung und Weiterbildungsmaßnahmen. Die Forschungsergebnisse werden über Veröffentlichungen und Veranstaltungen öffentlich zugänglich gemacht.

Detaillierte Informationen finden Sie HIER!

 

 

 

 

The School of Management is proud of its international focus, which is an integrated component of our work and curriculum. Through our research and cooperations, international excursions and the possibilities to study and work abroad, Management students experience an international outlook during their studies. The benefits gained from international experience are widespread and can be seen when students return from semesters studying and working abroad as more open and confident individuals, respectful of other cultures and excited about the possibility of fulfilling their dreams with enhanced employability.

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Why go international

Learning Russian

Valentina Malagó, International Business Management student.

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Learning French and studying in France

Sonja Hammerschmid, Management student, spent one semester studying in French at EDHEC Business School Lille, in France.

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Learning Italian and studying in Italy

Corina Schmiedt, Management student, spent one semester studying in Italian at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia in Italy.

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Learning the Slovenian language

Barbara Prosekar, Management student, spent one semester at the University of Ljuljana in Slovenia.

Every year Management students take the decision to spend a semester abroad.

Roughly every second Management student takes advantage of the opportunity to study abroad at one of our numerous international partner universities. The Erasmus+ program offers financial support within the European Union. Of interest, however, is that students today seem to be attracted to destinations beyond Europe! From North, South and Central America over South Africa to Western and Southeast Asia; Management students are using their studies to explore the world!

Our International Partner Universities

Why study abroad?

What do our Business, Digital Business, Hotel, Public and International Business Management students think?

Studying abroad allows you to get to know yourself. Faced with several challenges, you discover your own personal way of solving problems effectively and developing your social skills.

Alena Wieser, Second Year Business Management Student, Freemover, ISCTE Business School, Lisbon, Portugal.

Studying abroad is character building. You learn a few things which you might not have learned at home, so you come back having a few more tools in your toolkit for life.

Krizanovic Ivana, Second Year Digital Business Management Student, Boras, Sweden

Studying abroad has allowed us to explore new hotel concepts and designs, as well as develop our English fluency. In the hospitality industry, it is of the utmost importance to have international experience and intercultural competence.

Christina Dulle, Caroline Wagner, Alina-Maria Viscusi, Second Year Hotel Management Students, Kuala Lumpur Business School, Malaysia

Studying abroad, it is interesting to see how differently cultures perceive and solve problems. This will help me to tackle future challenges from a broader more innovative perspective.

Barbara Prosekar, Second Year Public Management Student, Ljubljana University, Slovenia

Studying abroad is an opportunity to challenge myself and experience a new academic and social environment.

Suzana Jezercic, Final Year International Business Management Master Student, Cologne, Germany

More and more Management students are also choosing to work abroad. Thanks to the Erasmus+ program, students can spend up to twelve months of their studies either working or studying within the European Union. Use the opportunity to enhance your CV!

For further information, visit our International Relations Office.

Last year I decided to spend a semester abroad in Sweden, but what I did not know was that it would change my life. I made the choice to go to Sweden to gain experience for my life and see other places in the world. I chose Sweden because of the ice hockey tradition which Sweden has and my friend and I are in love with ice hockey, but I also favored Sweden because of its fabulous landscape.

It was 9 January 2014 when my friend, Jürgen, and I took a plane to Borås in Sweden to experience a life changing semester abroad. It was the first time I had to be fully responsible for myself and that in another country with another language, culture and many different people with different attitudes to life. That gave me another view of the world.

In the first few weeks, it took some time to feel at home but as we started to meet new people and get to know our surroundings, it became easier and we started to feel at home. Beside the courses which we had to attend, the university organized many events and that is also how my love story in Sweden began.

You are all familiar with the Erasmus baby statistic and a lot of students find their love during the Erasmus period. Yes, it also happened to me. It was on a so called “Tandem” where I met Stina, my girlfriend, for the first time. Tandem allows you to learn a language from a native speaker in exchange for your native language. As you can guess, I was sitting at the German table and that is where it all began. Meeting Stina, on top of all the other amazing experiences, made my stay abroad something really special. I could experience the real Swedish way of life and discover parts of Sweden I might not have seen otherwise.

Furthermore, during my stay in Sweden I got to know so many new people from all over the world. I lived in a student home with my friend. After a few weeks, we soon had our own family. We found new friends and we did a lot together. We cooked, we talked, we laughed, we traveled and we had a lot of fun.

If I had not made the choice to go to Sweden, I would not have seen so many different places. We traveled to Oslo, Stockholm, Copenhagen and we were in the north of Sweden, in Lapland, where we could see the truly fascinating northern lights.

But now back to my love story. After we first met, it took a while before we met again. I do not know if it was destiny or just luck that I met Stina, but it was the best thing that could have happened to me. After a while we got together and had a great time. For one month, I could live with Stina, in Uddevalla. But there was one thing that  was always had on my mind: the time will come when I have to go home.

The time came and it was hard to say goodbye, but knew it was not forever. I knew Stina would make a semester in Torino, so it was not so far away from my place and we managed to see each other once in a while and stay together. Consequently, I also briefly enjoyed the Italian Erasmus experience. Again, I could see something new, which I would not have seen if I had not met Stina.

After a long search, I also managed to find an internship in Sweden and so I am again in Sweden with Stina. I know it will not get easier but I know that it was the best thing that could have ever happened to me.

So take the step and go abroad. It is well worth a try. I have never regretted my choice because no one can take this experience from me, experiences which have enriched my life both personally and professionally.

Alexander Turteltaube
Final year Business Management student

The Key to Successful International Teamwork

Every year our students choose to spend a semester abroad at one of our many university partners across the globe. One of the key skills they develop during this period is the ability to work in international teams, a challenge they mastered! Here is what they think the key to successful international teamwork is:

The key to successful international teamwork is being open-minded, showing an understanding for other cultures and good English skills.

Management students, Caroline Wagner, Christina Dulle, Alina-Maria Viscusi (from left to right), spent a semester at University Kuala Lumpur Business School, Malaysia

The key to successful international teamwork is being cooperative, learning from one another and seeing things in a more relaxed manner.

Management students, Karoline Rauter and Lisa-Marie Makoru, spent a semester at Istanbul Bilgi University in Turkey.

The key to successful international teamwork is being open minded and speaking with people without any doubt about your language skills.

Management student, Sonja Hammerschmid, spent a semester in Lille at EDHEC Business School in France.

The key to successful international teamwork is learning about differences and open-mindedness.

Management student, Ivana Krizanovic, spent a semester studying in Sweden at the University of Borås.

The key to successful international teamwork is being flexible. When working in an international team, it is necessary to be able to adapt to the situation at hand, as well as to the different team members. The working approaches between the members usually differ substantially, therefore, it is always necessary to adapt and meet somewhere in the middle.

Management student, Suzana Jezercic, spent a semester studying in Cologne during her Master studies in International Business Management.

The key to successful international teamwork is being flexible. When working in an international team, it is necessary to be able to adapt to the situation at hand, as well as to the different team members. The working approaches between the members usually differ substantially, therefore, it is always necessary to adapt and meet somewhere in the middle.

Management student, Suzana Jezercic, spent a semester studying in Cologne during her Master studies in International Business Management.

School of Management International Incoming Students

Every semester, the School of Management is happy to welcome international exchange students to our program. Students from our university partners across the globe choose to spend one or even two semesters studying at Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and attend courses on either our International Program or our regular Bachelor and Master courses in English or German.  See what they think…

“Choosing CUAS as my home for one semester has left a print in my heart and I would never trade it for anything else.”

Beyza Orazova, International Exchange Student from Turkmenistan, Romanian-American University in Bucharest

“We had an awesome atmosphere both studying and partying. We were very international and organised gatherings which made my life in Austria precious.”

Ketevan Malakvadze, International Exchange Student from Georgia, Istanbul Bilgi University in Turkey

Learning by doing - das Berufspraktikum

Ein besonders wichtiger Bestandteil des Studienplans des Bachelorstudiums ist das Berufspraktikum. Im sechsten Semester arbeiten die Studierenden in Unternehmen und Einrichtungen der öffentlichen Hand. Die Aufgaben und Projekte stehen dabei in einem engen Zusammenhang mit dem gewählten Studienzweig. Durch das Berufspraktikum haben die Studierenden die Möglichkeit, das erworbene Wissen praxisorientiert anzuwenden und ihre Kompetenzen "on-the-job" zu erweitern. 

Zwingende Voraussetzung für ein erfolgreiches Praktikum ist die weitgehend selbstständige Durchführung von Projekten, unterstützt durch eine/n MentorIn am betreffenden Arbeitsplatz. Während des Praktikums steht jedem Studierenden auch ein praxiserfahrener Hochschullehrender des Studienbereichs als persönlicher Ansprechpartner zur Verfügung. Dieses „Back-up“ stellt sicher, dass die Studierenden bei auftretenden Fragen auf fachliches Know-how zurückgreifen können.

Durch die im Praktikum absolvierten Aufgaben und gesammelten Erfahrungen ergibt sich häufig ein Thema für das Verfassen der Abschlussarbeit. Zusätzlich werden wichtige erste Kontakte mit potentiellen Arbeitgebern geknüpft. Nicht selten ist es auch der Fall, dass aus dem Praktikum ein konkretes Jobangebot resultiert.  

Research

The ISMA (Interdisciplinary Studies in Management) Research Center coordinates the research activities of the Business & Management study program. The special characteristic of the research at the department is its interdisciplinarity: representatives from the fields of business administration and economics, law, political science and administration, cultural studies and computer science work closely together at the department.

Under the guiding principle of application orientation, the ISMA Research Center conducts in-house, contract and third-party funded research in close cooperation with partners from industry, the public sector and science. The satisfaction of the cooperation partners as well as a high research quota, also in comparison with other universities of applied sciences, are the result of a distinguished research. Application-oriented research and the constant feedback to practice are guarantors for current, new developments and reflective teaching, in which the students benefit directly from the research.

The interdisciplinary team of the ISMA Research Center at the Department of Business & Management is currently working in six main research areas:

  • Modernization of the Public Sector
  • Business development and international business activities
  • Regional economy and tourism
  • Sustainable development and qualitative growth
  • Digitisation and new technologies
  • Demographic and social change

OUR RESEARCH CENTERS AND RESEARCH GROUPS

IARA

Institute for Applied Research on Ageing

DTMO

Digital Transformation Modelling

TRANS_SPACE

TRANSformative Societal and Political Cultural Engagement

Faculty and Staff - Management

Dean Management, Program Director Business Management
Program Director Digital Business Management & Professor of Digital Business

FH-Prof. Dr.

 Wolfgang Eixelsberger
Head of Degree Program International Business Management Master, Professor of International Management

FH-Prof. Mag. Dr.

 Dietmar Sternad, BSc MBA
Head of Degree Program & Professor of Public Management

FH-Prof.in MMag.a Dr.in

 Kathrin Stainer-Hämmerle
Head of Degree Program Business Development & Management, Professor of Marketing & Market Research

FH-Prof. Mag. Dr.

 Alexander Schwarz-Musch
Leading Team Business Management, Professor of Business Management, Focus: Management Accounting

FH-Prof. Mag. Dr.

 Alexander Sitter
Leading Team Business Management, Professor of Business Management, Focus: Human Resources Management & Organisation

FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in

 Ursula Liebhart
Professor for Intercultural Management

FH-Prof.in Dr.in

 Eithne Knappitsch
Professor of Logistics and Change Management
Program Director of Digital Business Management

Dipl.-Ing.

 Martin Stromberger
Program Director & Professor of Hotel Management

FH-Prof. Dipl.BW FH

 Stefan Nungesser
Student Support Services
 Rita Maria Elsa Marak, BA MA
Administration of Studies - Bachelor Intercultural Management

MMag.a

 Julia Ebenberger-Fidebauer
Administration of Studies - International Business Management Master
Administration of Studies - Economy and Business Development & Management Master
Administration of Studies - Economy and Public Management Master
Planning of Schedules and Rooms
Assistenz Studienbereichsleitung
Lecturer of English
Lecturer of Slovene, coordination for foreign languages

Mag.a

 Katarina Gutownig Fürst
Senior Lecturer of English, International Coordinator
Professor

FH-Prof. DDr.

 Klaus Brugger

FH-Prof. DI Dr.

 Erich Alois Hartlieb
Professor of Public and European Law

FH-Prof. MMag. Dr.

 Florian Oppitz
Professor of Administrative Science & Applied Economics

Prof.in Dr.in

 Rahel Schomaker
Professor of Applied Economics

FH-Prof.in Mag. (FH) Dr.in

 Birgit Aigner-Walder
Stiftungsprofessur Digitale Transformation
Vice Dean, Professor of Business Management

FH-Prof.in Mag.a

 Hermine Bauer
Lecturer/Senior Researcher
 Bernhard Guetz, BA MSc.

Mag.a

 Melanie Luise Krenn, BBakk. MA

MMag.a Dr.in

 Vera Ratheiser
 Petra Regenfelder-Davis, B.A. M.A.

Mag. Dr.

 Thomas Friedrich Zametter
Research and Teaching Assistant
Senior Lecturer, Language coordination

Dr. phil.

 Colin Heller, M.A.
Senior Lecturer

Mag.a (FH)

 Stefanie Vallant
Senior Lecturer1

Dr.in rer. nat. Priv.-Doz. DI Mag.a

 Anita Kloss-Brandstätter

Dipl.-Ing.

 Jürgen Thierry
Lecturer of English

Mag.a

 Sandra Filipic-Klinar
Professor

FH-Prof. Dr.

 Helmut Richard Arnold

FH-Prof. Dipl.-Math. Dr.

 Andreas Schelling
Senior Lecturer

FH-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr. techn.

 Dominik Rauner-Reithmayer

Dipl.-Ing.

 Michael Karl Reiner, BSc
Research Assistant
Project Assistant
 Isabell Stephanie Eckert, BA
 Christina Astrid Lobnig, BA MA
 Jessica Pöcher, B.A.
Staff Marketing & PR Department
Employee CUAS Research
Part-time Lecturer

Mag. (FH)

 Sandra Wiesinger

Campus

Villach

The Villach region combines tradition, cosmopolitanism and quality of life with the advantages of an innovative business location. Villach, a small town with about 60,000 inhabitants, is an international high-tech location with groundbreaking cooperation between science and industry and is also increasingly developing into a start-up town.

Situated directly at the intersection of three cultures, Villach, situated on the Drava river, is an important traffic junction in the Alps-Adriatic region. This special geographical location and the beautiful landscape around Villach and in the federal state of Carinthia have made the region a popular holiday destination for generations, further beyond the borders. The drinking water quality of the lakes and the particularly clean air make Villach and its surroundings an environmental paradise.

In addition to its geographical advantages, Austria also leads the world in terms of its social and health care system and is considered a particularly safe, prosperous and liveable country.

Despite the above-average prosperity and the comprehensive state social benefits, Villach compares favourably with many international destinations. The "small town bonus" comes into its own here and makes everyday life affordable.

 Explore Campus Villach on a 360° Tour.

Motorway exit Wernberg, then on the B 83 approx. 2 km in the direction of Villach, after the Villach town sign the B83 passes under the A2 motorway, and then immediately right the first exit in the direction of MAGDALENEN SEE. Following the signs for Magdalenen See, the road leads through a small wooded area, always follow the road, after an S-curve past Magdalenen See (left) always straight ahead, cross the southern railway line and go uphill directly into the centre of St. Magdalene. Turn right at the top of the hill, down the road, the grounds of the technology park are already visible to the south, the chimney of the combined heat and power plant, and directly in the sharp right-hand bend turn left onto the grounds of the technology park.

 

Motorway exit Villach/Ossiacher See, then approx. 2 km in the direction of Villach, on the right is Gasthof Seehof, on the left is Lake Vassach, continue on the B33 left in the direction of east, Wernberg, Klagenfurt, always follow the B33, after approx. 4 km turn right in the direction of Magdalenen See. The road leads through a small forest, always follow the road, after an S-curve past Lake Magdalenen (left) always straight ahead, cross the southern railway line and go uphill directly into the centre of St.Magdalen. Turn right at the top of the hill, down the road, the grounds of the technology park are already visible to the south, the chimney of the combined heat and power plant, and directly in the sharp right-hand bend turn left onto the grounds of the technology park.

 

 

The bus company Kowatsch runs from Villach train station to the FH in about every 40 minutes. The timetables are coordinated with the timetables of the ÖBB.

Contact

Europastraße 4
9524 Villach, Austria

+43 5 90500 7700 
villachfh-kaerntenat

Explore Campus Villach on a 360° Tour.