For the first time the FH Campus Wien starts the campaign: Where are you looking for your degree cou
The educational provision in Vienna and Austria has grown immensely in the past few years. Those who are interested often miss the appropriate information about the wealth of possibilities. It can very easily happen that they then look for their education in the wrong places. “We want to help people find the right education for themselves. We think it is our social responsibility to help people to expand their personal horizons with regard to their career opportunities and possibilities”, says FH Campus Wien managing director Wilhelm Behensky.
Search campaign: humour and intelligence form a credible symbiosis
In the first step, the use of humour in the “search campaign” calls the attention of young people to the possibilities at the FH Campus Wien. In the second step those interested find out, together with the FH Campus Wien, whether the courses on offer are the right ones for them. Behensky: “It is very important to us to give good and detailed advice to those interested. Because only motivated students who are committed to their studies can guarantee a high quality education. Ultimately, not only the students benefit from it but also the economy and society.
Wide-range of courses on offer in the areas of Technology and Management, Health and Social Work
The FH Campus Wien offers 16 bachelor and 3 master degree programmes in the areas “Technology and Management”, “Health” and “Social Work”. A further 10 Master degree programmes will be offered by 2010. Thus, the FH Campus Wien is increasing the number of courses on offer from the 8 existing Diploma courses to 16 bachelor and 13 master degree programmes. In March, April and May the degree programmes will invite those interested to come and see the variety of subjects on offer at the FH Campus Wien for themselves. You can find more information about personal consultations, discussions, information events and “try-out” weeks on this website.
Click through all of the motifs of the “search campaign”: