Lauder Business School

Introduction

Lauder Business School is a business school in Vienna, Austria, operating as a "University of Applied Sciences" in the Austrian education system. Lauder Business School (LBS) was founded in 2003 as a University of Applied Sciences with financial help from Ronald S. Lauder. There are currently 310 students enrolled in the University in one undergraduate and two graduate programs. Lauder Business School institution is a fully recognized and government-funded University of Applied Sciences. LBS degree programs are in line with the Bologna requirements, accredited by the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria and listed with the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy.

The university offers within their own language department classes in German, Hebrew, French, Chinese and Spanish. The students are required to choose at least one of those languages to develop intercultural competences.

International collaborations and research

Lauder Business School is a member of the Harvard MOC Network (Microeconomics of Competitiveness). Within this network it has established an Institute of Competitiveness (IoC), which focuses on urban competitiveness and on diversity challenges in international management. The IoC is the first of its kind in Austria. The LBS has diverse international partnerships with institutions or companies such as the Alexandru Ioan Cuza University of Iași in Romania, the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, the RHI AG, the Bank Austria Unicredit Group and the Vienna Insurance Group.

Integration of Judaism

The university itself is secular and there is no influence of religion on the business studies curriculum. But LBS is adjusted to Jews and people interested in Judaism. There are no classes on the major Jewish holidays, as well as on Austrian bank holidays.

This school offers programs in:
  • English

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Programs

This school also offers:

Bachelor

International Business Administration – Bachelor

Campus Full time 6 semesters Austria Vienna

The academic program stresses an international, competitive education in the field of business administration with a strong focus on practical application. Together with a solid intercultural education (including one foreign language) graduates are specifically prepared for employment in organisations and enterprises with an international, multicultural focus where cultural diversity is an important issue. Graduates of this program are qualified to continue their studies at the graduate level. [+]

IBA – BA The academic program stresses an international, competitive education in the field of business administration with a strong focus on practical application. Together with a solid intercultural education (including one foreign language) graduates are specifically prepared for employment in organisations and enterprises with an international, multicultural focus where cultural diversity is an important issue. Graduates of this program are qualified to continue their studies at the graduate level. Key Features: – Full-time Course of Study – 6 Semesters, 180 ECTS – One Practical Training Semester (min. 16 weeks) – Academic Degree: Bachelor of Arts – Language of Instruction: English GENERAL INFORMATION All currently offered programs at LBS are full-time study programs – meaning classes may be scheduled between 8.30 and 21.00 during the week (except for Fridays and Jewish holiday eves classes end between 15.00 – 16.00). In general it is neither possible nor recommended to combine working and studying. The published academic calendar is binding and includes important dates such as the start and the end of the academic year, and of the semesters, holidays and breaks, respectively. Be aware that the schedule (rescheduling of the classes) is subject to change. Pursuant to section 4 sub-section 2 § 3 of the Universities of Apllied Sciences Studies Act (Fachhochschul-Studiengesetz, FHStG) as amended, an FH study program is to be designed in such a way that it can be completed in the prescribed time. Principally, attendance is obligatory for all courses unless this is precluded by the teaching method. For this reason, only one FH degree program can be attended at a time. ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS, APPLICATION AND VISA The general matriculation standard (cf. section 4, sub-section 4 FHStG, as amended) is to be documented by one of the following certificates: Austrian school-leaving certificate (Maturazeugnis, Reifeprüfungszeugnis); Another type of Austrian certificate documenting the candidate’s right to attend the relevant UAS degree program. This includes a university entrance certificate and a certificate documenting a completed vocational education; A foreign certificate equivalent to one of these Austrian certificates, based on an agreement under international law; a recognized decision made by the head of the domestic UAS degree program on a case-by-case basis; Any queries with respect to your application and assessment dates can be directed to the Head of Admissions, Prof. (FH) Mag.(FH) Roksela MIHA (by phone or e-mail). Please do not forget to file your visa application on time. VISA PROCESS All applicants requiring a visa (student resident permit) should take into consideration that the process of being granted a visa might take two to three months. Therefore you are highly recommended to apply for your visa (student resident permit) as soon as you have been accepted at Lauder Business School. You are asked to prepare all the required documents in a timely fashion. For any questions or support needed, please contact Ms. Honorata Holodniak. [-]

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Contact

Address Hofzeile 18-20
1190 Vienna, Austria
Website http://lbs.ac.at/
Phone +43 1 369 1818

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