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Our full-time bachelor degree programmes

Full speed ahead: bachelor programmes at IMC Krems

We offer a range of full-time bachelor degree programmes.

Straight to uni!

Already graduated from high school? Looking for a degree that will lay the foundations for a successful career? A bachelor degree from IMC Krems opens a lot of doors. Our graduates are in high demand in the job market. Most of them find work immediately after completing their degrees. This is because the programmes at IMC Krems have a very strong practical focus and enable you to gain work experience while you’re still at university.

The full university experience: our full-time programmes

If you take one of our full-time programmes, your timetable will mean you’re usually at university from Monday to Friday. So you’ll be able to devote your full attention to your studies – and to university life. As a member of the IMC Krems community, you can take advantage of a wide range of facilities and services, and will be studying in one of the best-loved university towns in Austria.

Complete your degree in six semesters

Our full-time bachelor programmes last six semesters and have a workload of 180 ECTS. You’ll graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Business (BA) or a Bachelor of Science (BSc). Most of our students complete their degrees in the minimum number of semesters.

One of the reasons for this is the wide range of student services we offer. We take care of a host of admin-related tasks so you don’t have to. At IMC Krems you won’t have to worry about not being able to take a course or exam because of a lack of places. Class sizes are small and you’ll receive personal support.

Checklist for our full-time bachelor programmes

Is a full-time programme right for you? We’ve put together a checklist for anyone who’s thinking about throwing themselves head first into student life. If you can answer “yes” to the following questions, then go for it!

Find out how the full-time format compares with our part-time bachelor programmes here.

Is a university of applied sciences right for you?

We plan your timetable as carefully as possible. This is one of the reasons why the majority of our students complete their degrees within the minimum number of semesters. You’ll progress through your degree together with your classmates – and classes often develop into very close-knit groups. This is an approach that works really well for most of our students. For you too?

Can you afford to do a full-time degree?

Opting for the full-time format means that you’ll spend most of your week at university. You also need to set aside time for project work and self-study, and will have to complete work placements. Think about how you’ll cover your living costs while you’re at university. Can your family support you? Are you eligible for a grant? What regular expenses do you have to meet? Would you need to get a part-time job while you’re studying?

Will you be able to plan your other responsibilities around your studies?

Our full-time degree programmes require you to regularly attend university in Krems from Monday to Friday. For many people, this means moving to Krems or the surrounding area. Click here for tips on finding a room or apartment within easy reach of the university. If you’re thinking about commuting to Krems every day, don’t forget to factor in your travel time and costs.

Will you be able to maintain the necessary motivation levels?

Doing a degree means spending a lot of time studying. The curriculum will include a range of specialist topics. This is usually a lot of fun. But sometimes it takes a great deal of hard work and mental effort. So you have to stay focused – for all six semesters. Do you think you’ll be able to follow it through right to the end?

Does the programme fit in with your career aspirations?

A bachelor degree can be the first step down a specific career path. Think carefully about which programme to apply for – and the kind of jobs it will qualify you for. Are you interested in working in the industries that the programme relates to? What are your expectations of your future job? For personal career planning advice, arrange an appointment with a member of our Prospective Student Advisory Service team. We can also put you in touch with current students and graduates, who can share their first-hand experiences with you.

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Questions about the degree programme?

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