The MCI Innsbruck sees excellent teaching as a core task of the university

In addition to the clearly formulated learning objectives for each course, each degree program formulates interdisciplinary learning objectives. These explicitly define what a student at MCI should know and be able to do after completing a degree program, i.e. they define which skills should have acquired in order to be able to master professional requirements. The acquisition of interdisciplinary learning objectives is regularly reviewed by all degree programs.


In order to provide students with the best possible support in acquiring these skills, MCI Innsbruck attaches great importance to different forms and formats of knowledge transfer. Sensible didactic design, active student participation in courses and examination formats tailored to course formats are at the heart of good teaching at MCI.

In the interests of comprehensive quality assurance of teaching, every course at MCI Innsbruck is evaluated by the students. In addition, students have the opportunity to provide feedback on the formats and content of the courses in regular semester feedback meetings. The results of such feedback sessions are incorporated into the curriculum design.

Assurance of Learning

Assurance of Learning is a quality assurance framework that is externally reviewed every five years by an international accreditation organization (AACSB).

The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) is an international, American non-profit organization that was founded in St. Louis in 1916 and unites the world's best business schools under one roof, including through common quality standards.



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MCI Learning Goals Bachelor

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Information Literacy

Our graduates can find, evaluate, and responsibly use information from a variety of (digital) sources.

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Responsible Decision Making

Inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, our graduates can make decisions that are ecologically sustainable, economically responsible, and socially equitable.

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Our graduates demonstrate proficiency in applying entrepreneurial thinking and strategies to identify market opportunities, solve complex problems, and create innovative solutions, considering ethical issues.

MCI Learning Goals Master

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Responsible Leadership

Inspired by the UN Sustainable Development Goals, our graduates demonstrate a commitment to ecologically sustainable, economically responsible, and socially equitable decision-making.

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Academic Rigor

Our graduates can apply relevant theories and appropriate scientific methods in their field of work.