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Master Programs in Sankt Pölten in Austria 2022

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.  Students who pursue a Master generally spend one to two years in the enhanced study of their chosen field. This program is taken after receiving a bachelor’s degree,… Read more

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

Students who pursue a Master generally spend one to two years in the enhanced study of their chosen field. This program is taken after receiving a bachelor’s degree, and available areas of study include science, law, technology, finance, social sciences and the arts.

The town infrastructure has been growing rapidly, and this has resulted also to growth of education facilities and centres. Some of these facilities include St. Polten University of Applied Sciences, Philosophical-theological University and many others.

Master's Programs in Sankt Pölten in Austria

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The English-language master degree program trains experts for professional activity at the interface between industry and research. Equipped with profound knowledge in applied ... +

The English-language master degree program trains experts for professional activity at the interface between industry and research. Equipped with profound knowledge in applied computer science research, graduates of this program will help shape the digital transformation. The education with a close practical reference prepares students for a career in research, development and innovation departments of companies, research institutions, universities of applied sciences and other universities. -
Master
Full-time
2 years
English
Campus
 
Saint Pölten, Austria

EXPERIENCING MANAGEMENT BY INNOVATION How do you develop an enterprise – whether a young start-up, your family's business, or an international corporation? How can you make us ... +

EXPERIENCING MANAGEMENT BY INNOVATION How do you develop an enterprise – whether a young start-up, your family's business, or an international corporation? How can you make use of creativity and innovation in order to provide for economic growth? How can practical experience with design assist you with business management – and what can a manager achieve by employing methods of Design Thinking? The answers to these questions can be found in the interdisciplinary course Management by Innovation, tailor-made to train you – with the aid of internationally successful course formats – to be a highly qualified executive. You are aiming for a career in a renowned company? You aspire to become a successful leader, able to master the turbulence of today's economy, capable of finding quick and reliable solutions even in difficult situations? Or: you have just started your own business (or are about to do so)? Congratulations! But what comes next? What are the next steps in raising your 'young one' into a strong, healthy SME player? Regardless of the path you choose: the interdisciplinary master's course at the NDU provides you with the required skills and knowledge. You will acquire a high-quality business education, complemented by methods and practices originating in the field of design – such as the "Design Thinking" model, developed by the IDEO creative agency and Stanford University. The reason for this is: whether you are a self-made entrepreneur or a manager, creativity and innovation are in both cases key factors on the way to success. At the New Design University, you will learn to develop and foster these capacities, and to employ them with profit in an entrepreneurial context. In transdisciplinary projects, you will apply strategies, mindsets, and operation principles of creative economy onto management, and try out entrepreneurial practice already in the course of your studies. THE COURSE The course shapes the students’ entrepreneurial thinking and responsible behaviour in real-world projects. During your studies, you will put business plans and models into practice, and obtain the opportunity to launch a real start-up, developing it to success in the market. You will deal in-depth with the concept of Design Thinking and learn to apply it as a problem-solving technique in management. You will concentrate on creative techniques and strategies (e.g. rapid prototyping), innovation research and management, as well as on the importance of social responsibility. In the Entrepreneurship Laboratory, you will practise efficient business modelling and entrepreneurship research, while in the Trend Laboratory you will examine questions of strategic management and organisational development and engage in scientific trend research. NDU ADVANTAGES: INNOVATIVE COURSE FORMATS AND TRANSDISCIPLINARY PROJECTS In terms of teaching, the master’s course follows leading international universities and business schools, offering innovative course formats with small classes, interactive learning, and a strong link between theory and practice. Among the models for some of the NDU’s course formats are the successful curricula of Stanford University, MIT Sloan School of Management, and UC Berkeley. By means of transdisciplinary projects carried out in close cooperation with students from other courses (graphic design, interior design, information design, etc.) the NDU offers an excellent interdisciplinary environment for entrepreneurial high-potentials seeking to obtain profound knowledge for future executive positions. PROFESSION AND CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Thanks to their entrepreneurial profile, our graduates qualify for a wide range of potential careers. In addition to setting up one’s own company or taking over an existing business (corporate succession), typical starting positions will be in innovation management, business development, investment management, product development, or marketing. You will also have the ideal qualifications for a career as a business consultant or business analyst. -
Master
German (Austria)
Campus
 
Saint Pölten, Austria

The strong dependence on digital technologies in all areas of life and business calls for secure and resilient information and communications systems. Our new English-language ... +

The strong dependence on digital technologies in all areas of life and business calls for secure and resilient information and communications systems. Our new English-language master's degree program is the ideal preparation for an activity in the cybersecurity and resilience sector which is in strong economic demand. -
Master
Full-time
Part-time
2 years
English
Sep 2022
15 Aug 2022
Campus
 

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Saint Pölten, Austria

HUMAN BEINGS, SPACE, AND MEANING The Master’s Course combines architectural solutions with graphic design. It offers students the unique opportunity to deepen their competence ... +

HUMAN BEINGS, SPACE, AND MEANING The Master’s Course combines architectural solutions with graphic design. It offers students the unique opportunity to deepen their competence in their own field of expertise and gain valuable insight into the other field at the same time. Particular attention is paid to the implementation of real projects and the intensive contact with the business world, in order to prepare students for their professional careers in the best possible way. As a result, the course trains interdisciplinary, out of the box thinking designers who can apply their expertise in a variety of areas. The master’s degree course is open to graduates holding a bachelor’s degree in interior design, architecture, or graphic and information design. Applicants with a background in related disciplines such as landscape architecture and lighting design are also welcome. THE CONNECTION The connection between interior design and visual communication may not always be obvious, but it is omnipresent. Every exhibition requires a spatial concept (interior design) and an orientation system as well as wall lettering, accompanying publications, and suitable advertising material (graphic and information design). These elements are increasingly supplemented by interactive or time-based media (film, video, recently also virtual reality): well planned and thought through visual communication is becoming increasingly important. Another example: imagine the flagship store of a famous technology company. Branding and Corporate Design are of pivotal importance and include the design of the interior; at the same time, psychological aspects such as visitor and consumer behaviour are vital when planning and designing such premises. -
Master
German (Austria)
Campus