• Graduation

    Academic Expert

  • ECTS-Points


  • Learning format

    Blended learning

  • Duration

    3 semesters, part time

  • On-Campus Teaching


  • Attendance

    max. 20

  • Start

    Winter semester 2024/25, 3 October 2024

  • Costs

    EUR 6.900,--

  • Admission requirements

    According to curriculum

  • Language


Due to the growing momentum of immigration into Austria and Europe the way the increasing ethnic, cultural and religious diversity is dealt with moves into the political and social limelight. Migrations affect the social, economic and cultural coherences of society and have an impact on international relations. This fact evokes uncertainty on both the individual and the social and institutional level. A scientifically sound, rational examination of the challenges migration poses upon economy, society and politics is therefore necessary.

The course aims to promote the integration of migrants and encourage mutual understanding between locals and migrants to contribute to the social cohesion within Austrian population. Social cohesion is a prerequisite for sustainable economic growth and is deemed to secure the welfare of all.
Friedrich Altenburg

Integration can be learned. We build the bridge from research to application and invite you to a change of perspective in a hotly debated topic.

Friedrich Altenburg, MSc

Study Program Manager - Department for Migration and Globalisation

You are welcome to find detailed information about the program on the German website, as the language of instruction for this program is German, or you can contact us directly.

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