You would like to learn in a self-determined way with the highest possible flexibility alongside your job, leisure time, travel or other projects? You have a good job in the field of marketing and communication, but you are looking for new challenges or take your career opportunities to a new level? Or would you like to quickly find your way into the topic of marketing and communiation as a career changer and be able to handle the entire range of cross-media markting communication professionally?
Then the Master’s degree programm in Marketing Communication is the right choice for you!
Andreas Sagmeister, Post Production Professional, Red Bull Media HouseRead whole interview
Unlike face-to-face study, part-time distance learning does not require attendance, has no fixed examination dates or lecture times. Supported by modern distance learning technology, the multimedia teaching materials are available to you at any time in the Online-Campus. You can start the distance learning programme whenever you want. During your studies you will complete three levels, which consist of a total of 15 modules. These levels build systematically on each other. You complete one module after the other, one level after the other, until you write and present a master’s thesis at the end of your distance learning programme, online or live – as you prefer.More information
The eLearning Academy for Communication, based in Austria, offers innovative distance learning Master’s degrees in the field of marketing, management and communication that students can study from home in cooperation with the University of Applied Sciences Burgenland and its training company Austrian Institute of Management.
Students organize their master’s studies completely independently of time and place, as they work with digital materials. They get personal feedback on projects related to different modules and under continuous self-assessment (knowledge checks) while they can study from home or from wherever they want. This concept supports the industry’s call for in-service training and the social trend towards individualised forms of study. A bachelor’s degree is a prerequisite for the master’s programme. Appropriate professional experience may also qualify you for the programme.