Incoming Exchange Students: Business Management Degree Programme
Exchange students who want to register for the Business Management programme at SUAS are expected to select one module from the Focus Studies pool and complement this with courses from the Extension Studies pool. Within the Focus Studies modules, course timetables are compatible. For courses from the Extension Studies pool, students are required to verify that course timetables do not overlap extensively (more than 25% of class time).
Please choose two to three courses from the modules I. Business Studies and/or II. Language and Culture (max. 10 ECTS).
I. Business Studies
- Cross Cultural Management*, 5 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Practice Project, 5 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Austrian Economy in a European Context, 5 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- International Supply Chain Management Project, 5 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Social & Sustainable Business, 3 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
* no timetable overlaps guaranteed
II. Language and Culture
- Business English I, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Business English II, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Business English III, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Specialised English:Finance and Accounting, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Specialised English: Human Resource Managament & Leadership, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Specialised English: Logistics & Operations Management, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
- Specialised English: Marketing & Relationship Management, 2 ECTS (Download Syllabus)
Please note: individual lesson times of courses from this pool may overlap. Accordingly, we recommend postponing the final selection of language and culture courses from this pool to the “Learning Agreement Session” during your orientation week at SUAS. Please include a provisional selection of language and culture courses in the learning agreement that your home university countersigns before your mobility starts. If you want to avoid timetable clashes upfront, please only pick courses from the Business Studies lecture pool.
Additional cultural and language courses are offered by the International Office. Follow this link for more information.
Please note that all information on this website and the availability of any course may be subject to change. The course information can change for example in terms of learning goals, weightings of the course components, assignments, testing methods, and required study material. Check the most updated course details with the lecturer at the start of the semester.
A minimum of 8 and maximum of 15 participants are required for the Focus Studies modules.