The combination of business, management and digitalization with European business law, a strong international focus and innovation belong to the core elements of this exemplary master program.
Practical relevance, close ties with the business world, project-based teaching and learning, case studies, strong corporate partnerships and attractive double degree options allowing students to earn an extra degree from one of the multiple MCI partner universities in London, Edinburgh and Milan make this study program an ideal springboard for ambitious young decision makers.
Graduates of the International Business and Law Master’s degree from the MCI - The Entrepreneurial School have a thorough understanding of the interrelations between business and law in global corporate processes.
With their legal and economic problem-solving competence, our graduates fulfill the qualification requirements to become decision makers in the field of international management. Moreover, graduates of International Business & Law have acquired relevant communication skills, know how to negotiate in English, and are familiar with practical issues.
MCI study programs stand out due to the quality of their content, relevance to the business world, and their international orientation. The close cooperation with partners from industry and integrative internships enable students to gain practical experience as early as in their Bachelor’s studies. In addition to providing expert knowledge, MCI places great importance on encouraging personal development and the development of social and intercultural competencies.
In order to ensure the transfer of learning and to enable students to develop relevant competencies, MCI has defined clear cross-curricular learning goals. These describe, in detail, the knowledge and skills acquired by our graduates on completion of their studies at MCI.
- Industrial sector
- Trading companies
- Tax advisory and auditing
- Business consultancy
- Banks and insurance companies / investment counselling
- Communications and information transmission
- Interest groups / public administration
- Higher education
Graduates of the program are conferred the academic title of Master of Arts in Business, in short MA or M.A. This is attested by a leaving certificate, the Master diploma, the international diploma supplement, and further documents where relevant. MCI Alumni are entitled to combine their academic degree with the brand “MCI” to provide trust and orientation in an increasingly intransparent international education market.
- Contemporary Research And Practice
- Fundamentals Of Digital Management
- Intellectual Property
- International & Global Marketing
- International Private Law
- Introduction To International And Global Management
- Introduction To International Economics
- Legal Terminology
- Management Strategy
- Organizational Behaviour
- 24 months
Start dates & application deadlines
- Apply before
Application Deadlines 2019/20
- Date 1: 17.11 (2019)
- Date 2: 02.02 (2020)
- Date 3: 29.03 (2020)
- Date 4: 31.05 (2020)
More informationGo to the programme website
DisciplinesEuropean Law Business Law Legal Studies View 5 other Masters in European Law in Austria
The program accepts:
- Graduates of relevant Bachelor programs. For example: Management & Law, Business Law, Law & Economics, Economics, Business Administration, International Business Administration.
- Graduates of other Bachelor or post-secondary programs comprising courses in Strategic Management / Business Administration, Marketing, Controlling / Accounting and Law (totaling a minimum of 120 ECTS).
International15000 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 7500 EUR per semester and a duration of 24 months.
EU/EEA726 EUR/yearTuition FeeBased on the original amount of 363 EUR per semester and a duration of 24 months.
Check the programme website for information about funding options.
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