Apart from specialist and managerial knowledge, in order to be a successful manager one requires the appropriate leadership capabilities. With its range of postgraduate training programs, the LIMAK Austrian Business School provides you with decisive support during the development of these competences.
Accordingly, the comprehensive selection of programs on offer extends from international executive training to compact short courses.
The Global Executive MBA is directed towards managers in companies that wish to further professionalize their strategies for tapping into new markets. Stays abroad in the USA and China are part of the training.
Seven specialized Management MBA Programs offer know-how for managers and experts from differing areas:
- MBA Business Law
- MBA Digital Marketing Strategy and Communication
- MBA Digital Transformation and Change Management
- MBA Innovation and Product Management
- MBA New Business Development in the Digital Economy
- MBA Sales Management Excellence
- MBA Strategic Management and Corporate Entrepreneurship
- MBA Total Quality Management and Business Process Optimization
The International Management MBA offers you the possibility to extend your specialist management study course with an additional stay abroad in the USA or China. The study trips incorporate an ideal blend of an academic program, company visits and networking. In this way you can also acquire international experience during the specialized Management MBA.
The Master in Management (MIM) is for (junior) managerial personnel, who apart from their business management training also wish to further develop their leadership capabilities. The course will furnish you with valuable business management know-how and improve your leadership skills. Within the scope of a transfer project and a master’s thesis you will learn how to implement the content and skills acquired on a theoretical level in a practice-oriented manner.
The certificate courses represent short, extra-occupational programs lasting between nine and fifteen days, which are held in blocked modules over a period of five to six months (mostly Thursday to Saturday).
They are recognized towards a LIMAK MBA and therefore if required, the individual short courses can be completed as modules, which then gradually evolve in the direction of a Business Administration MBA (taking into account the admission requirements for the LIMAK MBA).