Bankwesen, Business Administration, Finanzwesen
Teilzeit Studium, Vollzeit Studium
Mag. Willibald Gföhler, MBA
Center for Finance
Frau Nina Staffenberger
Center for Finance
Moreover, students can be awarded with a Master of Management in Finance (MMFin) degree from the University of British Columbia (after being accepted by UBC and passing all requirements) and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the Donau-Universität Krems.
6 General Management Modules , 7 days each
11 Finance Specializations , 7 days each
Weekly blocked slots, teaching daily from 9-6,
2 years part-time
1 year full-time
Start in September 2006
2-3 weeks compulsory visit at the UBC Campus in Canada Vancouver in summer.
Our top-ranking Program, conceptualized according to the standards of special finance MBA programs of North America, is carried out in cooperation with the University of British Columbia (UBC).
Requirements / Application
The ADMISSION TEST, concerning the basical knowledge in fiancial contexts(Knowledge Assessment Test of the MBA Center)!
An Academic degree or, in exceptional cases, proof of adequate professional qualification in finance!
A good working knowledge in English!
Students with an official copy of GMAT score (minimum of 550) and a TOEFL- score (minimum of 600) are not obliged to take the Admission Test of the MBA Center.
After reviewing the application and the Admission Test, we will invite the candidate to a personal interview!
- Admission Test
- Personal Interview
- Admission Application
Enrollment to the program
Tuition / Fees
The Admission fee does not include travel expenses or accommodation expenses.
Duration of study
3 semesters full-time
4 semesters part-time
Develop a rigorous understanding of advanced financial and economic concepts and techniques.
Provide cutting edge tools for careers in banking, funds management, derivative securities, investment banking and underwriting, risk management and corporate treasury functions.
Participants in the postgraduate program will use cutting edge tools to solve business problems. In writing their Master Thesis students are expected to apply their newly acquired knowledge to analyze and solve actual problems in their companies, and to take advantage of the supervision of leading international academics.