MCI| The Entrepreneurial School

Achieve the outstanding in Austria

  • Austria, Innsbruck
  • Founded in 1995
  • 3,700 enrolled students
  • Unique concept of an international Entrepreneurial University of Applied Sciences
  • 5 campuses
  • Eu-HEM is hosted by the Department Nonprofit, Social & Health Care Management
  • Vibrant student scene

MCI| Entrepreneurial School was founded in 1995 and hosts 3.700 students. MCI has a leading position in the international higher education. Among other things, it offers an interdisciplinary approach, practical focus and close collaboration with the business world. It offers state-of-the art knowledge relevant to both business and society. Are you ready to reach outstanding performances by challenging yourself at every level? Then Innsbruck is your go-to.

“Where else in the world do you have the possibility to be on the ski-slope, just thirty minutes after an intense and rewarding day in class? Studying at MCI has been a great experience! The schooling system in Innsbruck is more personal and practically oriented compared to other universities. Full days on-campus are no exception. What I particularly liked about the teaching in Innsbruck is the involvement of the staff and the focus on soft skills that is present at MCI.” Frank Bisselink (cohort 2017-2019)

Prepare for a job in the international field of health and social sectors

The Eu-HEM programme is hosted by The International Health & Social Management team. This department focuses on the European Union and raises important policy issues, such as:

  • Quality and access in cross-border health care services
  • Information requirements for citizens, patients, health professionals and policymakers
  • The scope for cooperation in the health and social arena
  • How to reconcile national policies with European obligations in general

The programmes offered by MCI will train you to make impact in the international social and health care sectors. It is one of the first study programmes to be awarded the Certificate for Quality in Internationalization (CeQuInt) by the European Consortium for Accreditation.

Eveline Gmainer

Eveline Gmainer

Management Center Innsbruck:

Local Coordinator

If you have any questions regarding this page, don’t hesitate to reach out to me.

innsbruck@eu-hem.eu

feel at home in innsbruck

START WITH YOUR VISA

Once you’re admitted to the programme you need to start planning your stay. If you are a non-EU citizen, you need to apply for visa and a residence permit as soon as possible. Additionally, since the 1st of September 2021 it’s mandatory to have a Green Pass (EU digital COVID certificate) as well.

WHERE YOU’LL STAY

Innsbruck is an easy place to live. With excellent infrastructure, well organised public transport and student residences near campus. There is also a great variety of housing options. The easiest way to arrange a relatively inexpensive housing is through the Austrian Agency for International Mobility and Cooperation in Education, Science and Reasearch (OeAD).

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