Public Management offers a practice-oriented education tailored to suit the public sector, culminating in an academic degree. It opens up opportunities of participation in the development of social framework conditions and structures. The degree program combines economics, law, politics and administration and supports the change towards modern, efficient and sustainable administration management. Important parameters for local authorities and quasi-public companies includes: limited resources, increasing quality demands, service-oriented performance, flexible processes.
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Office hours during the semesterTue to Thur, 8.00 a.m. to 1.00 p.m.Fri and Sat, 8.00 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.At recess weekends
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Application period for academic year 2018/19
1st January to 21st May 2018
tuition fee / semester:
+ ÖH premium + contribution
* Tuition fees for students from third countries € 727 per semester
You may be working in the public sector already. You wish to complement your extensive experience with theoretical know-how and advance your professional career. You certainly have an interest in this field, even should you not have any professional experience yet. You are keen to learn more about government, law and economics. The government is a service provider in many fields, with economic and service-oriented responsibilities. To you, this means meeting citizens eye to eye. Processes to you equates to benefits to users and the potential of saving resources. Public Management to you is a challenge in terms of creativity and communication which you readily accept. You would like with your know-how to contribute to improving the interfaces between local authorities, international and EU institutions on the one hand and the public sector and private companies on the other.
Since we are located in the Oktogon at Schloss Laudon in the 14th District of Vienna, together with the Federal Academy of Public Administration, you stand to benefit from our most important cooperation partner, the Federal Chancellery. Numerous experts in Federal Government and others from divested companies lecture in our degree programs. The Public Management program is an academic program tailored to suit the public sector and was developed together with the Federal Chancellery; it is practice-oriented and comparable to other studies and internationally in terms of the Bologna process. Practical relevance is also guaranteed through our Campus Lecture evenings, with lectures presented by prominent experts. We have strong ties nationally and across Europe.
Public Management is the first Austrian degree program tailored to suit the public sector, combining economics, law, politics and administration. Compared to studies such as law or economics, it is interdisciplinary, practice-oriented and tailored to suit practical needs. You may complete the degree program part-time, in the minimum period. A special focus is on sustainability.Great potential is lying underutilized in the public sector - not only in the field of energy supply but also in public procurement, public transport and in many other areas. Sustained economic activity in the public sector has an exemplary effect and also a broad spread.
Your degree program rests on four important pillars: government and administration in the international context, integrated administrative management, economics and budgeting as well as personal development:
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Lector: Mag.Dr. Stephan Schulmeister
Lector: Mag. Andreas Celec, Mag. Armin Puller
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Basic principles of administrative law
written exam on the last day of the course
Lecture, working on daily legal problems, self-study of the given script and case studies from practical experience
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Lector: Dr.in Stefanie Mayer
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Lector: Steven Ann De Kruijff, FinstSMM MBA, Kelly James, FH-Prof.in Mag.a Dr.in Andrea Zimpernik
PresentationsBusiness vocabularySpeaking/Fluency practice
Your mark will consist of these components:•Classroom attendance and performance: 50%•E-Learning tasks: 50%Grading scheme:0 - 59%Grade 560 - 70%Grade 471 - 80%Grade 381 - 90%Grade 291 - 100%Grade 1
DiscussionsReadingLanguage introduction and practiceelearning
Lector: Mag. (FH) Stefan Kranabetter, Mag.a Ursula Rosenbichler
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Lector: Mag. (FH) Markus Stix
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Lector: MMag.a Heidrun Maier de Kruijff
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Lecturing but mainly practical examples.
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Lector: PD Dr. Peter Biegelbauer
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Lector: Mag.a Ursula Rosenbichler
Lector: Mag. Roland Schneider
Lector: Mag.a Dr.in Julia Dahlvik, MA, Dr.in Stefanie Mayer, DI Michal Sedlacko, PhD MSc
Semester datesWintersemester: 9th September 2016 to 29th January 2017Summersemester: 10th February to 17th June 2017Number of teaching weeks18 per semester
*Subject to approval by the relevant bodies
Timesevery two weeks, in blocks, Fri. and Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Language of InstructionGerman
Joining in the first semester
Equivalence is determined by international agreements, validation or in individual cases, a decision by the head of the academic section.
Following university entrance qualification exams will be accepted:> legal> social sciences> economics> philosophical> art and scientific education
Joining in the third semester
Your declaration of consent that you will inform your employer about your enrollment for a study program.
The selection process consists of a written test and an interview with the selection committee.
Interimistischer Studiengangsleiter Public Management T: +43 1 606 68 77-3810 firstname.lastname@example.org
Lehre und Forschung
Interimistischer Studiengangsleiter Public Management
Lehre und Forschung, Koordinator des Kompetenzzentrums für Verwaltungswissenschaften
We work closely with the Federal Chancellery, well-known public sector companies, universities, institutions and schools. This guarantees you contacts for internships, employment or participation in research and development. You can find information about our cooperation activities and much more at Campusnetzwerk. It's well worth visiting the site as it may direct you to a new job or interesting event held by our cooperation partners!