ENGAGE.EU Shared Modules
Gain international experience without leaving home!
Together with its partners in the ENGAGE.EU alliance (LUISS University, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Tilburg University, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, University of Mannheim, University of National and World Economy), WU Vienna starts to offer an ENGAGE Shared Module for bachelor's students. Students from above mentioned WU partner universities can apply for the complete module or the 3 courses individually.
As a participant, you will be part of a virtual and international classroom. Benefit from international learning opportunities and exchange ideas with students from different countries!
Shared Module WU
The courses in this module are held between the beginning of October, 2022 and December, 2022. Note that each course has its own individual schedule and is held in a seminar-like mode with continuous assessment. This means that your final grade is based on several performance elements: active participation in the course, home assignments, group work, and a final exam. WU does not have a central examination period. The specific grading criteria are listed in the course description.
For the detailed course schedule and description, please click on the courses title.
Make sure you read the syllabus thoroughly as it contains information on live online sessions, the schedule and course requirements.
Note that spots per course are limited.
Students who apply for the complete module will be prioritized.
At the end of your virtual exchange, you will receive an official transcipt of records from WU and an ENGAGE-issued confirmation ('Supplement').
For credit transfer options, please check with your home institution.
Module title: Rethinking value creation: marketing, strategy and logistics in the post-digital era
ECTS credits: 18 ECTS for the complete module; 6 ECTS per course
|Course title||ECTS Credits|
|International Supply Chain Management||6|
|Advanced Strategic Management||6|
Comprehensive syllabi including the course schedules for winter semester 2022/23 will be available by June 20, 2022
Requirements - Who can apply?
The ENGAGE Shared Module is available to students studying at all ENGAGE.eu partner universities. (LUISS University, NHH Norwegian School of Economics, Tilburg University, Université Toulouse 1 Capitole, University of Mannheim, University of National and World Economy)
Students are required to be enrolled in a bachelor’s program at a partner university in the winter semester 2022; Ideally, you have completed one year of full time studies which amounts to 60 ECTS credits.
Application documents - What do I need to submit?
Confirmation of enrollment at your home university
Transcript of records
Statement of purpose
Application period - When can I apply?
The application period will run June 1 - July 1, midnight. All applicants will be informed about the outcome of their application presumably by July 25, 2022.
Application form - Where can I apply?
For the Shared Module at WU, you can apply through an application form on our website (if you cannot see the form during the application period, please refresh the page)
In the application, you can indicate whether you intend to complete the entire module or 1-2 courses individually
The selection will be based on an evaluation of your overall academic performance (transcript of records) and the statement of purpose. WU will inform its partner universities about the admitted students, so they can confirm the students' selection.
Due to technical difficulties, applications received between the 1st of June and the 7th of June cannot be processed.
Unfortunately, the data was lost. We appologize for any inconveniences and kindly ask you to resubmit you application.
The administrative fee of €20.70 (mandatory students’ union dues) must be paid for attendance of courses at WU Vienna. Apart from this amount, no other fees will be charged. Tuition fees for participating students of this initiative are waived.
For further questions, please contact Anna Rösch
Last update: May 2, 2022. We reserve the right to make changes.