Tax Management is the first academic education specializing in tax law and economics for the multi-faceted world of finance and tax. The degree program is practice-oriented, interdisciplinary and internationally recognized. It combines national, international and EU tax law with business administration and management. This will launch you on a career path in financial administration for international corporations or in business consulting. You may use this as a starting point for the examination as tax consultant.
Susanne Kunst Mag.a Sandra Schmalz, BSc Yasemin MorkocFavoritenstraße 226, A.1.121100 Vienna T: +43 1 606 68 77-3700 F: +43 1 606 68 77-3809 firstname.lastname@example.org
Office hoursTue. to Thu. 8.30 a.m.–12.00 noon, Fri. 8.30 a.m.–3.00 p.m.
Application period for academic year 2019/20
1st April - 20th June 2019
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution**
* Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727 per semester
**for additional study expenses (currently up to €83 depending on degree program and year)
You may already be working in financial administration. You wish to complement your extensive experience with theoretical know-how and advance your professional career. Even you do not have any professional experience yet, you are strongly interested in government, law and economy, especially in accounting, finance and taxation. You are intrigued by numbers, especially in commercial applications such as bookkeeping and accounting. You would like to learn more about the taxation principles these are based on and the options for their interpretation. You enjoy working in a team or in a consulting capacity and have excellent social skills . You also see the degree program as a way to build a network of strong professional contacts.
Our curriculum is also based on close cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Finance. The degree program was developed together with the Federal Ministry of Finance and the Institute of Austrian Certified Public Accountants. The content reflects theoretical know-how and practical experience in the business consulting professions. Numerous experts from the Federal Government and others from chambers and companies lecture in the degree programs. In the second semester you will complete a 9-week internship and will have the opportunity to benefit from the experience gained at a position offered by the Federal Ministry of Finance in one of its tax offices. Apart from internships and study trips, you will also have the opportunity to exchange expertise with lecturers and student colleagues in financial administrations, certified public accountant chambers and accounting departments of large companies and to establish a strong personal network for your future career. Practical relevance is also guaranteed at our Campus Lecture evenings, which are open to all and feature contributions from prominent experts.
Tax Management is the first degree program to offer an academic education specializing in tax law on a national, European and international level, globally comparable to other studies in terms of the Bologna process. The special feature of this degree program, compared to university studies such as law or economy, is that it is interdisciplinary, practice-oriented and tailored to suit. You may complete the study program part-time, in the minimum period. Cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Finance furthermore ensures a practice-oriented and cutting-edge syllabus. The graduate may follow one of two equivalent career paths: in public financial administration on the one hand and in tax and business consulting or accounting for large companies on the other. You will also benefit from our cooperation with the Federal Ministry of Finance should you opt for a private company career. For the more you know about the fiscal authority, the better your advice to taxable clients.
In the degree program you will acquire professional and scientific skills in the areas of tax and law, business and auditing and also personality and interaction.
Lector: Lawrie Moore-Walter, MBA, MA, Mag.a Sylvia Trinkl
- Business and financial English, terminology of the public sector, tax terminology- Description of professional sectors in English- Talking about oneself, talking about professional aims, small talk in business-related situations, socializing- selected grammar topicsThis covers the following four language proficiencies:1) Listening comprehension (using audio-visual media)2) Reading (reading for gist, reading of subject-related and economic articles)3) Writing (business correspondence with focus on new media, text creation, analyses, comments, etc.)4) Speaking (students are able to communicate in English by using special tax-related terminology)
Oral and/or written examination
Lecture immanent character
Lector: Manfred Krumpl, MA
general Substantive Tax LawIncome TaxCorporate Income TaxVATFurther charges
Lector: Markus Scheiblauer, BA MA
> AVG> Constitutional framework> Competence during the administrative procedure> The party during the administrative procedure (incl. preclusion)> Drain and discharge the procedure> Legal protection> BAO> BFGG
Lector: Mag.a (FH) Eva M. Schrittwieser
> legal basics of the Austrian financial administration> organizational structure of the Austrian financial administration> cooperation between the organizational units> recent projects with effects on the whole organization
lecture-immanent examination character
Lector: Manfred Baschiera
> Information and communications technology (ICT): basics (hardware, software, network, internet), ICT applications, ICT practice> databases for tax experts> office basics: Word, Excel
Lector: Dr. Andrea Prenner, Mag. Rosa Luise Rüf, MSc, Mag. Petra Zinn-Zinnenburg
> introduction to basic theories and models of communication> experience and reflexion of personal communication patterns
lecture-immanent examination character, written homework
Lector: Dr. Renate Augusta, Mag. Lisa Mandl, MAS, Dr. Christian Sommer
Motivatings to learn and reasons for learning, learning strategy - types of learners - learning styles;structuring, comprehension, appliance:to acquire a good knowledge in this field, comprehend the content, memory techniques, memory training, memory aids, memory tricks, electronically-based learning, relaxation techniques, effective exam preparationTheory of Andragogy and Adult Education> Action-oriented dimensions> Process knowledge and development> Methodology and didactics / conception and design of learning opportunities> Process stages in adult learning»Identify needs (determining what the individual needs to learn in order to achieve its objectives)»Developing (develop a strategy and resources in order to achieve the learning objectives)»Implement (Implement the learning strategy and use the learning resources) »Evaluate (Achieving the learning objective and rate the learning process).
Brainstorming, team work, presentations, exercises, field reports
Lector: Mag. Elke Schüttelkopf, MSc MBA
Concepts and meaning of Presentation> Function and effect of activation and visualization> Success Factors of effective presentations> Appearance, language and body language> Dealing with stress and stage fright> Use of presentation media> Planning of a presentation> Preparation and performance of Presentations > Improve your own self-presentation and the personal presentation style> feedback rules, giving and taking feedback> Intercultural aspects of communication> Meaning of the gender aspect in presentations(different communication behavior, but also language of men and women)> Get to know> Build trust> Promote group building> Promote cooperation> Remove speech inhibition, appear before the group and talk
Lector: Peter Dworzak, MA
> history and basic structure of the European Union> EU law
Lector: Mag. Dr. Manfred Elmecker, Dipl.Kfm. Eduard Müller, Mag.a (FH) Eva M. Schrittwieser
> definition Tax Compliance> Criteria for Tax Compliance> models and strategies of the Austrian financial administration, international organizations and other authorities to raise Tax Compliance
Lector: Roman Schmidl, MA
> What means law? Legal standards and norms of morality, morality and religion; Objective law versus individual right; Hierarchy of law; Abstract, concrete, individual and general standards; Private Law versus Public Law> Constitutional Law including financial constitution, substantive law, formal law, constitutional history> Basic principles of the Constitution; Outline of the BV-G; Territory, -folk, -language, symbols; Authorities and their institutions; Competence Article; Special competence matters; Indirect federal; Abolishing of appeal> Federal legislation; National Council; Election principles, electoral processes; Constitution, presidents, committees, clubs; Bundesrat> Federal Assembly; Legal Status of MPs> The way the federal legislation; in the National Council; in the Bundesrat; Participation of NR at the enforcement> Federal Executive; Principles of implementation; Supreme organs of management; President of the Confederation; Federal government> The jurisdiction; Legislation and implementation of the country; Monitoring equipment; Financial compensation; Court of Auditors; Office of the Ombudsperson; Administrative jurisdiction
Lector: Manfred Krumpl, MA, Beate Krumpl, BA
Lector: Mag.iur. Carl-Georg Vogt, MBA
> public sector employment law/contract agents law> basics of constitutional law > types of public employment> basics and legal sources of labour law> contents of the contract of employment> rights and obligations in the contract of employment
exam and short presentation
Lector: Dr. Reinhard Schelch
> organisation of customs> tasks of customs administration> types of taxation > prohibitions and restrictions> legal sources> product - community product/non-community product> customs provisions> customs procedure> customs declaration> simplified procedure
Lector: Daniela Linzer, MA, Herbert Richter, BA MA
> General provisions> facts> illegality> debt> penalties> deadlines> Facts in financial offenses> Financial criminal proceedings
Lector: Manfred Krumpl, MA, Beate Krumpl, BA, MMag. Dr. LL.M. Mario Perl
Deepening and consolidating the knowledge acquired in the 1st semester
> BAO> Submission Legal principles and definitions> Tax authorities> Parties and their representation> Obligations of taxpayers
Lector: Mag. Bernd Walzer
> general business studies> subject, history, economic principle> companies as socioeconomic systems> goals, terms, organization, management> company property and its use> legal basics, legal forms> the issue of location> disposal> instruments in marketing> types of market and pricing> investment and financing> fundamental investment decisions (equity and borrowing)
Lector: Mag. Helga Rohner, Mag. Bernd Walzer
> content, tasks and legal basics of cost accounting> Generally Accepted Accounting Principles> provisions of accounting principles> evaluation of assets and liabilities> organization of double entry accounting> booking of sales tax> booking of business cases> booking of capital assets> inventories> changes in inventories and evaluation
Students> are able to get an insight into the work routine of an internship (professional action, organisationspecific options for action, teamwork) and link previous theoretical knowledge with specific situations from everyday working life to the context of practice.
Practical / constructive permanent performance monitoring and documentation
Lector: Mag. (FH) Alexandra Tschögl, MA, Georg Wlachojanis, MA
> Reflection of the practical activities in the implementation of theoretical teaching and learning contents> Feedback> Cooperation in Teams> Discussion of activities of professional practice
Practical application and exercise of previously acquired knowledge.
Lector: Mag. Robert Pernegger
Lector: Mag. Michael Schwarzinger
Simple Examples concerning taxation of individuals and calculation of income and basics of v.a.t.
Short lectures followed by discussions on examples
Lector: Robert Vojta, MA
In particular, the following topics will be developed:- Components of an annual financial statement- Contents of the balance sheet and income statement- Disclosure provisions of the Austrian Commercial Code (UGB) and their objectives - Use and origin of funds ("what does the company do with its funds and where do they come from?")
Joint practice-oriented development of the focal points on the basis of concrete annual financial statements of Austrian companies prepared in accordance with the Austrian Enterprise.
Simple Examples concerning corporation tax and basics of v.a.t.
The workshops are complementary to the course "Basic Accounting". Emphasis is placed on a simple introduction of the income statement, balance sheet and cash flow statement. Special focus lies on VAT, discounts, inventories, accrued liabilities.
Lector: KR Hannes Mitterer, Markus Scheiblauer, BA MA
>Origin of the delivery claim in particular with more unrestricted / of limited tax duty >Whole guilt and liability regulations >Judgement >Economic approach, abuse and income addition regulations >Relation to foreign countries inkl VO §48 BAO >Objective and local competence of delivery authorities incl. AVOG >Parties and their representation
Lector: Markus Patloch-Kofer, MSc, Mag. Reinhard Reschny, Mag. Helga Rohner, Dr. Katharina van Bakel-Auer
>Annual accounts and annual accounts components of individual businesses, people and corporations >Assessment of property and debts >Write-off capital goods and their entry>Elimination of assets and their entry >Assessment of demands and their entry>Deferrals and their entry > Accruals and their entry > Balancing of accounts and balance sheet
Lector: Dr. Hans Blasina, Mag. Michael Schwarzinger
>Bases of the Income Tax Act in 1988 > Income types>Operational income, especially income from commercial operation >Profit inquiry types >Profit inquiry (balance) >Investment furtherances >Assessment, write-off >External-operational income KESt, ImmoESt, wage tax
Students are assessed according to their participation in class and the written exam.
ILVBesides lectures, students are invited to do research at home. There will be a written exam.
Lector: Armin Ahari, LL.M., BSc, Dr. Stephan Foglar-Deinhardstein
>General Private Law >General part > Basics of Family Law and Law of Succession >Basics of Property Law >Basics of Law of obligations >Special Private Laws > Basics of Corporate Law> Basics of Company Law
>Fields of application of the KStG 1988 >AG, GmbH, cooperatives >Private foundations>Associations >Public bodies >Commercial businesses>Group taxation >Deposits, distributions>Participation yield freeing, intercorporate privilege
Students are assessed according to their participation in class and the Module Exam.
ILVThe teacher holds a lecture in the field of the systematic interpretation of the Austrian Law on Corporate Taxation; practice-relevant topics will be discussed.
Factors and influences of successful teamwork (communication flow, idea exchange, coordination, linking of activities and relations within the organisation / interfaces) > Team as a foundation of a learning and fair organisation >Reflecting students` experiences with teamwork, compared with knowledge from teamworks and group work >Recognition and diagnosis of group processes and their meaning for the development and work ability of groups > Recognising the function of the control of groups and learning to intervene purposefully
lecture-immanent examination character, written team analysis
Lector: Manfred Baschiera, Wolfgang Medlitsch
Queries in RIS (BGBl, federal law, VwGH) Queries in Findok Queries in Lexis Nexis,LindeOnline, MANZ/RDB Queries in the commercial register, central trade register, register of associationsQueries in the land register Queries in Ediktsdatei
Lector: Mag. Dietmar Kirchmayr
>Basics of statistics >Distributions >Samples and population>Sampling procedure and fundamentals of probability calculation>Estimation methods (mean value-, differences- and relational estimation) >Stratified sample procedures >Sequential test
Lector: Mag. Andreas Feckter, Mag. Alexandra Graf, Mag. Robert Pernegger
> Value Added Tax Act>VAT Regulations
>Improving, consolidating and further developing specific Business and Financial English skills>Communication training and exercises to improve Business and Financial English vocabulary>Improving general as well as specific foreign language and business skills>Selected areas of grammar >Talking about special tax management terminology by using authentic materials to improve all core competences (reading, speaking, listening, writing)
Lector: Dr. Hans Blasina, Dr. Margret Kronegger, Dr. Albert Posch
>Basics of scientific methods and theories >The role of theories, models and experiments in knowledge acquisition >Introduction to general concepts of statistics and probability calculation >Practical application of statistical methods in selected examples >Analysis of statistical material and statistical statements >gender-sensitive formulation of questions relevant for research in the field specific to their profession
> Minutes, Memorandum-file inspection,> Handling-Notices>Notifications including Notification Act> Time Limits and Letter of Rights>compulsory disclosure, duty of truthfulness and duty to give notice> keeping of books and records> collection, review, field audits> duties to assist, especially cooperation with Courts, Regional Authorities and the "ÖNB"> Seperate assessments> duty assessment> assessment prescription (inception, suspension, prolongation, absolute prescription)
Lector: Mag. Martin Bammer, Dr. Hans Blasina, Dr. Andrei Alexandru Bodis, Gabriela Dax-Csörgeö, BA, Peter Dworzak, MA, Mag. Andrea Ebner, Renate Macho, BA, Markus Scheiblauer, BA MA, Mag. Michael Schwarzinger, Markus Stachna, BA MA, Mag. Erich Wolf
> current problems and issues concerning Income Tax Law> preparation of the 1st Bachelor´s thesis
Lector: Dr. Franz Philipp Sutter
> Selective presentation of most recent changes ino tax lawso tax regulationso remissions of the Federal Ministry of Financeo tax case law (BFG, VwGH, VfGH, EuGH)> interlinked thinking> Updating the textbook knowledge of tax
Lector: Wolfgang Ginzel, Mag. Caroline Mansfeld, Bettina Naber
Group 1- BMD:> introduction to the program> accounting> inventory management> payroll accounting (master data, detecting the cover, net settlement and DN-transfer, off-site accounting, monthly closing and settlement, annual reports) > cost accounting (master data, cost center-payers, invoices, sales invoices, bank transactions, imputed costs, reconciliation of financial accounting to cost accounting, analysis of accounting data)>annual (final papers, annual take -over)> income and expenditure account ( data acquisition and master data, cash, bank and purchase ledger, fixed asset accounting)
Lector: Dr. Barbara Redlein, Stefan Schedl
>Introduction to the program, >master data management (maintenance of G / L account master data, display of vendor, customer and asset master data), >cost elements and cost Centers> document processing (SAP document principle, processing of G / L accounts, maintenance and cancellation of documents)> processing of parked documents, reference documents, Recurring entries, definition documents (passive and active limits)>account analysis,>theses >reports
Lector: Mag.a Birgit Kriegner, Dr. Andrea Prenner, Mag. Rosa Luise Rüf, MSc, Mag. Petra Zinn-Zinnenburg
Basics of conflict managementTypology of conflictsDistinction between social conflicts and differencesImpairment of perception through deformation of feeling and thinkingConflict-related behavioral tendenciesDrama-Triangle and conflict dynamicsEscalation levels and de-escalation techniquesModels of conflict resolutionBasics of mediation and its various stages
Lector: Mag. Andreas Feckter, Mag. Alexandra Graf
> preparation, presentation and discussion of practical cases for VAT
* Insight into the basics of cognitive science* Constructivist epistemology and systems thinking* Importance of meta-cognition in problem-solving situations* Levels of Listening* Overview of selected systemic holistic methods of problem solving* Lateral thinking, intuition and creativity* Widening of perspectives and creation fo ideas through application of creativity techniques
Lector: Mag. Norbert Haferl, Mag. Josef Christian Kormesser
> introduction into "reorganization tax"
> EU-System directive> VO 282/2011/EU> Administrative Cooperation> Domestic Market Regulation> Special Forms of Taxation> cross-boarder VAT-topics
Lector: Mag. Daniel Pfau, Dr. Franz Philipp Sutter
> Fundamental Principles of the Law of the Union ( supranationality, primacy of application, direct applicability)> Institutional law (EC, ECJ, EU Council, European Parliament)>EU-fundamental freedoms>overview of fiscally relevant secondary law> EU-prohibition on aid> OECD/ EU against harmful tax competition
module exam (with the lecture Austrian Constitutional Law)
Lector: MMag. Dr. LL.M. Mario Perl, Mag. Gottfried Schellmann
> Focus on Business law:> Uniform Commercial Code (UGB)> Stock Corporation Act (AKtG)> GMBH Act> Private Foundation Law (PSG)> Cooperatives Act> Reorganization Tax Law, especially transfers and mergers
> hierarchy of the legal system ( legal position of the Law of the Union)> Fundamental Principles (esp. Principle of Legality)> legislative procedure> Procedure of legal protection incl. preliminary ruling procedure> Administrative Jurisdiction> High Courts> Supreme Authorities and their parliamentary scrutiny
modul exam (with the lecture law of the Union)
> securities and provisions on liability> assurance (securing- cooperation with tax inspection, revenue assurance)> Limitation of due taxes>ordinary appeals- complaint- complaints procedure- BFG procedure- appeal on part of an administrative authority> repeal according to § 299 BAO> resumption of the procedure
lecture immanent character
Lector: Mag. Florian Rosenberger
> bilateral and multilateral Agreements and international tax law> OECD model tax convention> double taxation agreements> international tax law> impact of EU law on austrian national law
Lector: Dr. Hans Blasina, Mag. Andreas Kallina, Mag. Norbert Roller
> Identifying causalities in tax law> Eliminating insignificant facts> Applying tax law> Concentrating on the essential
Lector: Mag. Andreas Kallina
> Selecting topics for the BA2 Thesis> Choosing the area of specialisation for the BA2 thesis
Lector: Mag. Andreas Kallina, Dr. Eva-Maria Kerstinger, MMag. Andrea Scheiber, Mag. Martin Schwaiger, Markus Stachna, BA MA, Beatrix Stieber, MA
> Solving case studies in tax law> Identifying Relations> Applying ESTG 1988 and KStG 1988 in a practical way
Lector: Mag. Andreas Feckter, Mag. Lorenz Genser, Mag. Robert Pernegger
> adapting, presenting and discussing cross-border VAT issues
Lector: Gerda Apfelthaler, MA, Robert Vojta, MA
>Ermittlung von Grundlagen für die Kennzahlenanalyse>Nutzung der Rechnungslegungsvorschriften des UGB zur Informationsverarbeitung und –auswertung >Funktionen von Kennzahlen (Entscheidungs-, Kontroll-, Steuerungsfunktion) >Ermittlung und Interpretation von Kennzahlen, insbesondere von Erfolgskennzahlen (EBIT, Handelsspanne, Net operating profit after tax, Cash flow)Liquiditätskennzahlen (Cash Ratio, Anlagendeckung, Geldflussrechnung)Rentabilitätskennzahlen (Umsatzrendite, Return on Investment, Return on Capital Employed)Kennzahlen zur Kapitalstruktur (Eigenkapital-, Fremdkapitalquote, Verschuldungsgrad) Kennzahlen zur Umschlagshäufigkeit (Lager-, Kreditoren-, Debitoren-, Kapitalumschlagshäufigkeit)
Teamwork and presentation 25%Mitarbeit 15%graduation work 60%
Lector: FH-Prof. Dr. Dieter Christian, Manfred Krumpl, MA, Dr. Christian Massoner, Georg Wlachojanis, MA
> presenting chosen facts regarding the annual account according to UGB and discussing their fiscal procedure simultaneously> discussing accounting standards according to UGB> discussing chosen questions regarding income-and sales tax, transport tax and other fees using linked examples
Lector: Dr. DIpl. Ing. Angela Bitto-Nemling, Laura Vana, MSc, Mag. Dr. Marcus Wurzer
> short revision of the topics dealt with in Statistics 1> introduction to the statistical Software R> analysing categorial data: numeric data (frequency tables), visualisation (simple, side-by-side, staked bar charts, Spineplot) and statistical tests (Chi-squared tests, Odds Ratio)> analysing metric data: numeric data (measures of location and dispersion), visualisation (histogram, boxplot, scatter diagram) and statistical tests (Pearson-and Spearman-correlation, linear regression)> analysing categorial and metric data: numeric data, visualisation ( side-by-side boxplots, spinogram) and statistical tests (t- test, U-test, variance analysis, analysis of variance by ranks, logistic regression)> presentation of further statistical procedures
lecture immanent examination character
Lector: Mag. Stefan Haas, Hon.-Prof. Dr. Helmut Loukota
> OECD- Transfer Pricing Guidelinesmethods selection, methods application, benchmarkingdocumentation requirements (national, OECD, EU- Masterfile concept)adjustments of profits national/internationalcorresponding adjustments, mutual agreement procedure > Action plan concerning the BEPS-Project (Base Erosion and Profit Shifiting)>function relocation directive> facilities (profit determination and- allocation)
Lector: Harald Polt, Mag.a (FH) Eva M. Schrittwieser
> new developments regarding administrative management in Austria> new developments regarding the organisational- and operational structure of financial management> new developments regarding the organisational- and operational structure of public accountants and tax advisers
lecture immanent character (team presentation)
Lector: Ing. Mag.(FH) Gottfried Hennig, Anton Rosenegger, BA MSc
> introduction into research of library databases and others> instruments and the right search criteria> independent empirical work with primary material > processing research results, including them in your own conceptual contexts and using them to solve real problems
Lector: Gerda Apfelthaler, MA, Mag. Andreas Kallina, Dr. Eva-Maria Kerstinger, Dr. Erik Pinetz, Michael Reither, MA, Mag. Martin Schwaiger, Markus Stachna, BA MA, Beatrix Stieber, MA
> Selected issues of income and corporate tax law> Bi- and Multilateral Convention Law and National Foreign Tax Law> Double taxation agreements> national foreign tax law (eg § 48 BAO)> Focus on deepening knowledge in the above-mentioned fields of law using practical case studies (based on case studies prepared by students)
> Bachelor thesis 2, consisting of the following areas of law:> Selected issues of income and corporate tax law> Selected issues of reorganization tax law> Bi- and Multilateral Convention Law and National Foreign Tax Law> Impact of EU law on national Austrian law> OECD Transfer Pricing Guidelines
lecture-immanent examination character (bachelor thesis 2)
Lector: Mag. Andrea Ebner, KR Hannes Mitterer, Mag. Bernhard Renner, Markus Scheiblauer, BA MA
> Bachelor thesis 2, which consists of the following main areas of procedural law:> Obligations of the taxpayer,> Audit,> Evidentiary proceedings,> Limitation,> Legal protection, in particular appeal proceedings, annulment of decisions, resumption of proceedings
Lector: Mag. Andreas Feckter, Mag. Andreas Gelke
Selected chapters of national VAT lawSelected chapters of the internal marketFocus on deepening knowledge in the above-mentioned fields of law using practical case studies (based on case studies prepared by students)
> Bachelor thesis 2, which consists of the following areas of law:> Selected priorities of national VAT law> Selected priorities of the internal market> Processing of selected ECJ judicates
> Selected issues of procedural law (in particular external auditing, legal remedies)> Focus on deepening knowledge in the above-mentioned fields of law using practical case studies (based on case studies prepared by students)
Lector: Mag. Lisa Mandl, MAS, Dr. Friedrich Stanzel, MMag. Helgar Thomic-Sutterlüti
> Fundamentals of personnel policy and management> HR policy and internal marketing> Foundations of modern leadership> Leadership theories and leadership models> Leadership styles in overview> Role of the supervisor in different contexts> Leadership and motivation> Selected leadership methods> Solution-oriented discussion in everyday management> Target agreement - an instrument of corporate management> The management control loop (planning phase - implementation phase - evaluation phase)> Personnel policy instruments of employee leadership> Management Principles
Lector: Manfred Baschiera, Erwin Mantler
Overview of the relevant European and international legal and business databases
immanent examination character
Lector: Mag. (FH) Ulrike Danzmayr, Dr. Adrianus Jan Gijsbert Silvius, Mag. Dr. Dagmar Adelheid Silvius-Zuchi
> Basics of project management> Project concept and roles in a Projectcommunication in Projects
Lector: Hubertus Notter, BA, Andreas Schnitzler, Dr. Beat Seeberger
> Get to know the ACL user interface> Create data definitions> Working with data fields> Important analysis functions (conversion, date, financial functions, logical and mathematical functions)> Important menu functions (Classify, Statistics, Benford, Merging / merging files)> Generate reports with ACL
Lector: Dr. Andrei Alexandru Bodis, Mag. Andrea Ebner, Mag. Alexandra Graf, Markus Scheiblauer, BA MA, Mag. Michael Schwarzinger
Special, selected contents from tax law
> Development of win-win solutions> The structured procedure of negotiation> Partnership communication> Prejudices and their effects> Safe handling of subjective views on one and the same problem situation> Negotiation training with individual feedback> Exercises and role plays on case studies> Actively listening, asking, repeating and summarizing> Systemic questioning techniques> Gender aspects in negotiation technology
Deepen and consolidate the technical competence in the field of business and financial English> Expand vocabulary on tax issues> Deepen language and business skills in the foreign language> Selected areas of grammar> Terminology work in the technical language context using authentic materials
Number of teaching weeks18 per semester
TimesEvery 14 days, in blocks, Fri. and Sat.
Language of InstructionGerman
The degree program prepares you for challenging tasks in financial administration, tax consulting and in international companies with accounting systems in accordance with IFRS (International Financial Reporting Standards). The program is excellent starting point for the tax consultant examination. As a graduate will find excellent career opportunities in all areas of finance, tax, accounting and business consulting. You will be suited for a position with professional responsibility in financial administration, certified public accountancy chambers and accounting departments of major companies. Your tasks in financial administration will include auditing of national companies, participation in performance management in finance departments or tax administration in project management and project management for small to medium-sized projects. On the European or international level, you will contribute your tax expertise in EU institutions and international organizations, be part of project teams and will prepare transnational benchmarking studies.
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases a decision by the head of the academic section.
To apply you will require the following documents:
It is not possible to save incomplete online applications. You must complete your application in one session. Your application will be valid as soon as you upload all of the required documents and certificates. In the event that some documents (e.g. references) are not available at the time you apply, you may submit these later via email, mail or in person by no later than the start of the admission process.
The selection process consists of a written test and an interview with the selection committee.
Selection Committee: Dr. Friedrich Stanzel Mag. Roland Macho Mag.a Sylvia TrinklDr. Dieter Christian Susanne Kunst Dr. Andreas Berger Wolfgang Medlitsch Mag. Daniel Pfau Mag.a Eva Schrittwieser Dr. Hannes Schuh Dr. Christian Sommer Mag.a Margarete Wais
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Research and Development
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