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Bewerbung Master Class 2019/20

Apply for the Master Class Central and Eastern Europe 2019/20

Apply by October 17, 2019 for the 2-semester supplementary program focusing on the area of management and business in CEE.

If you have a vivid interest in Central & Eastern Europe and you want to gain relevant qualifications for a career in CEE please send your application by October 17, 2019 to kerstin.kvapil@wu.ac.at.

  • Application form

  • Letter of motivation (max. 3500 signs)

  • CV including a photo

  • Consolidated Grade Record

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The program is free of charge (students might be asked to pay a financial contribution to travel costs)

Please find the courses of the Master Class CEE in the online course catalogue.

When selecting new candidates, we particularly pay attention to the following components:

  • Active studies at WU graduate level (master or doctoral student)

  • Vivid interest in CEE-topics

  • Very good study performance

  • Personal initiative

  • Basic knowledge of a CEE-language is desired but not mandatory

  • Solid knowledge of English (program language is English)

  • Great time-management while handling a complementary study program

  • Desire to be part of a team (class) and to share knowledge

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Master Class CEE 2019/20

Statements of former MC CEE students:

"By joining the Master Class CEE I had the great opportunity to deepen my knowledge about the CEE region and studying and working together with a group of motivated and like-minded students. Besides our classes I liked the research project we worked on as we had the chance to get an impression of how university research projects are conducted. I especially enjoyed the nice atmosphere in our team, which made it easy to work together and which made this year an unforgettable one."

"Being a part of Master Class CEE was the best experience I had during my master studies. Getting the first-hand information about business activities from top managers of well-established companies in the CEE region, conducting a research project on opportunities and challenges in CEE countries, and having two field trips to Hungary and Bulgaria was something that made this program so unique. What is more, we had the pleasure of working with a highly diverse team of master and Ph.D. students from Austria and CEE countries, which created a great team spirit and an outstanding working atmosphere."