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Business Studies in Health Care in Austria

Given the power of an MBA and the doors it opens, the network it offers and the problem-solving skills it teaches, business students need to be more engaged in their education and to make a conscious effort to understand what they want to get out of their MBA degree.Students studying in the field of healthcare are training to be leaders, managers and professionals, focusing on the organization, st… Read more

Given the power of an MBA and the doors it opens, the network it offers and the problem-solving skills it teaches, business students need to be more engaged in their education and to make a conscious effort to understand what they want to get out of their MBA degree.

Students studying in the field of healthcare are training to be leaders, managers and professionals, focusing on the organization, structure and delivery of healthcare. There are many potential employment opportunities. Students have an opportunity to serve people in all segments of society by helping to improve personal and public health.

Austria will expose students to a variety of this country's "outstanding" culture. Austria is an excellent study abroad choice for students with an interest in the German language.

MBA Program in Health Care in Austria

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Vienna, Austria

This successful training for health leaders combines business know-how, social skills and legal knowledge

This successful training for health leaders combines business know-how, social skills and legal knowledge -
Part time MBA
Part-time
24 months
German
Sep 2021
30 Jun 2021
Campus
 
Graz, Austria

The Postgraduate School of the Medical University of Graz has been offering this master’s course since 2013 and is aimed at existing managers from the entire healthcare system ... +

The Postgraduate School of the Medical University of Graz has been offering this master’s course since 2013 and is aimed at existing managers from the entire healthcare system and cooperating stakeholders who want to deepen their know-how or are preparing for such a career. It was redesigned in 2017 on the basis of national and international developments and is still based on the four proven pillars - general management, hospital management, public health, and leadership - supplemented by especially application-oriented aspects and a science module based on the master's thesis and other publications prepared. -
MBA
German (Austria)
Oct 2021
Campus
 

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