Winter School At Management Center Innsbruck

The Management Center Innsbruck invites young people from all over the globe for its winter school. In the framework of the "Comprehensive University Innsbruck" concept the MCI strives to mentor motivated people, who want to build their future through goal-oriented continuing education, in their personal and professional development. Deadline to apply is December 15.

In during the winter program, the MCI offers undergraduate courses with a focus on engineering and business. In addition, credits earned during winter program can be transferred to participant’s home university (e.g. as regular courses, as electives, or simply to fulfill a study-abroad requirement).

Courses are:

Business Ethics (3 or 6 ECTS)

Entrepreneurship (6 ECTS)

Renewable Energy (3 ECTS)

Water Resources (3 ECTS)

Beverage Technology (3 ECTS)

Students from most of MCI’s partner universities won’t pay tuition fees for the winter program. All other students have to pay course fees of EUR 1,790. Please note, that the fee does not include plane tickets, visa processing fees, housing or any personal expenses (e.g. meals, traveling, etc.).

In order to apply, contact your Study Abroad Office and ask them to nominate you for the winter program. Once nominated, MCI will send you an e-mail around November end with application details.

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