Johannes Kepler University

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Johannes Kepler University (JKU) is a public research university located in Linz, Austria. The university offers a variety of business-related programs, including:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business and Economics (in German)
  • Master’s degree in Management (in English)
  • Master’s degree in Finance and Accounting (in English)
  • Master’s degree in Economics (in German)
  • Doctoral program in Business and Economics

Here are some details about the university and its programs:

  • Student body: JKU has a total enrollment of around 20,000 students, with a relatively even split between male and female students.
  • Admissions: Admissions requirements vary by program, but generally include a secondary school leaving certificate or equivalent, proof of German or English language proficiency, and sometimes a personal interview. The Master’s programs in Management and Finance and Accounting also require GMAT or GRE scores.
  • Accreditation: JKU is accredited by the Austrian Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation of Higher Education.
  • Language of instruction: Programs are offered in German or English, depending on the program.
  • Faculty: The university has over 800 faculty members, including full-time professors, part-time lecturers, and researchers.
  • Tuition fees: Tuition fees vary by program, but for the academic year 2021/2022, tuition fees for non-EU citizens in the Master’s programs in Management and Finance and Accounting were €1,500 per semester, while tuition fees for EU citizens were €726 per semester.
  • Curriculum: The programs at JKU have a strong theoretical and research-based focus, with an emphasis on developing analytical skills and critical thinking. The Master’s program in Management, for example, includes courses on organizational behavior, strategic management, and marketing research.
  • Alumni: JKU has a strong reputation in Austria and is well-regarded by employers in the region. Information about the employment outcomes of JKU graduates is not readily available, but the university’s Career Center offers career counseling and networking opportunities for students and alumni.

Post-Graduate Continuing Education Programs.

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Graduate Program in Management MBA

Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Duration: 4 Semesters

Program Objective:
The program aims to convey current, subject-related ‘state-of-the-art’ knowledge through teaching concepts, theory, methods and tools in the field of general management as well as integrate this knowledge with corresponding, specific skill sets. Graduates deepen their existing knowledge of business and learn to function successfully in a dynamic, global environment.

The program has been designed for business executives and experts from the fields of business law and business management, controlling and finance, marketing and product management, sales management, HR management, quality, project and process management as well as business development in a digital economy.


Graduate Program in Global Executive MBA

Degree: Master of Business Administration (MBA)

Duration: 4 Semesters

Program Objective:
The program has been designed for company executives to improve their management skills and leadership qualities. The program focuses on strategic management and corporate entrepreneurship to better implement stronger strategic and entrepreneurial thinking at companies as well as in new business development in a digital economy. The idea is to provide a strong understanding of current digitization trends. The program is complemented by two one-week study trips to Canada/USA and China.


  • Nela Navida

    Rating: 5 / 5

    I come here for my exchange semester. When I touched down the university for the first time and walked around, I feel the ambience is great for study, it’s calm and green. Many families spend their weekend enjoying the cafe and the lake. Thus I thought it’s great either for chilling out or studying

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