on 24 November 2021 Starting at 09:30 - Ending at 16:30
Find out more about WU’s 16 master’s programs
Unlocking the power of communication
Communication is becoming more and more digital, with far-reaching consequences for businesses and society. BizComm teaches you how to plan design and and manage communications efficiently and effectively. You will gain comprehensive language and cultural skills and a profound know-how in strategic content management, media literacy, change management, and reputation management.
Graduates are highly qualified for positions such as communications and content managers, strategic communications consultants in diversity and change management.
Driving the digital transformation
This multidisciplinary program prepares students for working in a digital economy, focusing on how digital markets are structured and how they function. Students learn how to operate successfully in digital business contexts.
Graduates initiate, design, and implement digital innovation at organizations or start their own digital businesses.
2 tracks, 11 specializations, global study opportunities
In this internationally oriented program, you can choose between an Applied Track and a Science Track. You learn about economic theories and empirical research methods and how to apply them to economic and political questions.
Graduates are optimally qualified for a wide range of jobs in economic policy, business, and research.
An international program with a global scope
This program provides ideal qualifications for international management careers, including invaluable international experience at a CEMS partner school. With this joint degree program, you’ll double your success in the job market.
Graduates have excellent prospects for careers in senior management, strategy consulting, business development, marketing, and sales.
State-of-the-art marketing expertise with a view to the future
With new technologies and growing amounts of available data, marketing is a constantly evolving field. You will learn to apply empirical methods and concepts to systematically plan and implement successful marketing strategies.
Graduates work in a variety of areas, including analysis, planning, branding, and marketing management.
Boost your value in the financial sector
This internationally oriented program imparts quantitative expertise and a profound understanding of finance. Lay the groundwork for a career in the challenging and dynamic environment of the financial markets and your success as a future quant!
Graduates make careers in finance: in banking, risk and asset management, consulting, and research.
Get ready to tackle today’s complex economic challenges
Economic and social systems are closely linked to the physical environment. You learn how to use socioeconomic concepts and empirical methods to analyze global challenges and formulate proposals for political action.
Graduates develop solutions to socioeconomic problems – in NGOs and in the public sector, nationally and internationally.
Aim for success as a future business leader
SIMC is a top ranked master in management with a focus on strategy and innovation and a strong international orientation. The program combines theory and practice and offers students flexibility to focus on their area of interest.
Graduates quickly start their career in diverse areas, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to starting their own business.
Managing complex supply chain networks efficiently
Global supply chains are becoming more and more complex. This transdisciplinary program allows you to develop an integrated perspective and the skills needed to design and manage effective supply chains.
Graduates work at the interface of strategy, logistics, management control, and planning and process management.
Our innovative Campus WU and its state-of-the-art infrastructure provide space for discourse, exchange, and networking.
WU is centrally located in Vienna, the world’s most liveable city. It is one of Europe’s most beautiful capital cities, and is both safe and affordable.
At WU, you’ll be studying with almost 21,000 fellow students from about 110 different countries in an atmosphere of open-mindedness and diversity.