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Short Facts

Academic Degree:Master of Arts in Business / MA or M.A.
Use of the academic degree in combination with the brand “MCI” approved

Duration:4 semesters incl. Master Thesis and Final Exams
Prerequisites:Bachelor or equivalent degree in (International) Business Administration / Business & Management / (International) Economics or studies with a min. of 70 relevant ECTS points
Next start:Fall 2017 (subject to accreditation)
Application:ongoing
Language:English
Time model: Online study program with mobile learning and classroom lectures

Corporate Governance & Finance online*

The master program Corporate Governance & Finance combines knowledge of financial management and governance systems with advanced academic research skills. Based on a blended learning concept, the program employs a balanced mix of online courses and traditional classroom lectures. Corporate Governance & Finance is not a typical distance education program, but is designed to match the requirements of students who wish to remain employed while studying. The program is fully taught in English and marked by continuous interaction between students and lecturers. The clear structure of semesters assists students in planning in advance and fulfilling their professional, academic, and private commitments simultaneously. Typically, graduates of Corporate Governance & Finance will be hired in or promoted to leading positions in fields such as corporate management, compliance, business consulting, politics, lobbying, financial institutions, and research.

Structure 1st - 3rd semester:
First half of semester: Nine weeks online courses followed by max. four days attendance of classroom lectures and exams in Innsbruck
Second half of semester: Nine weeks online courses followed by max. four days attendance of classroom lectures and exams in Innsbruck

4th semester:
First half of semester: Six weeks online courses followed by max. four days attendance of classroom lectures and exams in Innsbruck
Second half of semester: Master Thesis and Final Exam
Time model Online study program, part time
Academic year Winter semester: Beginning of September – end of January
Summer semester: Mid of February – beginning of July
Content
Finance Management 12.5%
Governance Systems 12.5%
Management Behavior 12.5%
Operational Competencies 12.5%
Strategic Decision Making 12.5%
Economic Environment 10%
Advanced Academic Research 12.5%
Master Thesis and Final Exam 15%
Admission requirements Bachelor or equivalent degree in (International) Business Administration / Business & Management / (International) Economics or studies with a min. of 70 relevant ECTS points
Selection process Career background (20%)
Written entrance exam (30%)
Interview (50%)
Application Online, please consider the indicated deadlines
Contact MCI MANAGEMENT CENTER INNSBRUCK
The Entrepreneurial School®
Universitaetsstrasse 15
A-6020 Innsbruck/Austria
+43 512 2070-4200,
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Note The master program starts with a compulsory attendance at MCI in Innsbruck on the 1st of September.












































*Subject to accreditation