Language of instruction: German
This bachelor program aims to develop and train managers for health and social services.
If you are interested in the health sector - promotion of health and management - this is the right program for you!
Bachelor’s programme - 6 semesters, Economics degree focusing on health promotion
Bachelor of Arts in Business - BA
|Available study places|
|Place of study||7423 Pinkafeld, Steinamangerstraße 21|
|Language of instruction||German (min. level B2)|
“A“ levels (or equivalent qualifications), university entrance examination or vocational matriculation examination, preparatory course with an accreditation exam.
For more information, see details (in German)
The Health Management and Health Promotion degree programme distinguishes itself through
- its focus on health promotion, which is unique in Austria.
- a wide field for graduates in the labour market thanks to expansive basic health sciences training coupled with management and law. The curriculum is further enriched by courses covering topics such as nutrition, sports, sociology and psychology.
- the possibility to obtain recognised additional qualifications within the framework of the course study. These include Nordic walking basic instructor, project management, the European Business Competence License (EBDL) and the European Computer Driving License (ECDL).
- the possibility to actively participate in model projects.
Potential employers include facilities within the health care and social systems such as hospitals, health resorts, sanatoriums, social insurance organisations, health tourism facilities, public administration and health promoting facilities and
Some of the other fields open to graduates of this programme include medical technology, teaching, as well as representation in various committees, in safety related fields such as occupational health and safety or in NGOs.
Graduates of this programme work primarily in such areas of the health care and social system as the following:
Health care management
as management assistants, quality managers, human resource assistants, supervisors
as health promoters, consultants
as project managers, process managers