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Our part-time bachelor degree programmes

Combine work and study: open up a host of new career opportunities with a bachelor degree from IMC Krems

We offer a range of bachelor degree programmes in part-time formats.

Give your career a boost!

You want to take your career to the next level by becoming an expert in your field? A part-time bachelor programme will give you lots of new opportunities to climb the career ladder – while enabling you to stay committed to your job. No matter whether you want to develop within your current company, or go off in a totally new direction, a bachelor degree from IMC Krems will give you the platform you need.

Uni on Fridays and Saturdays

Our part-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). Lectures take place on Fridays and Saturdays, plus a few additional days at the university during the semester.

It’s even possible to combine a full-time job with one of our part-time programmes. We'll provide you with the support you need to make it happen.

Outstanding organisation

At IMC Krems, we go the extra mile for our working students. We know that balancing work and study isn’t always easy. The e-learning elements of our programmes enable flexible learning. Plus: we take care of a host of admin-related tasks so you don’t have to. After all, you come to us to study.

This is a tried and tested approach: the majority of our students are able to complete their degrees in the minimum number of semesters.

Checklist for our part-time bachelor programmes

Part-time or full-time? Many of our bachelor programmes are offered in both formats. We’ve put together a checklist for anyone who’s thinking about combining work with studying at IMC Krems. If you can answer “yes” to all five of the following questions, then go for it!

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

Have you found the right degree programme for you?

Would you like to advance at your current company or make a career change? How well does the programme you’re considering fit in with your plans? We think this is a decision that you need to consider very carefully. For personal career planning advice, arrange an appointment with a member of our Prospective Student Advisory Service team.

Can I rely on the support of my family and friends?

There will be times during the programme when you won’t have very much free time. Talk to your partner. Get the support of your family so you can rely on their help. The people close to you will also have to adapt if you decide to combine work and study.

Will my employer support me?

It’s a big help if your employer is supportive of your decision to study part-time – by offering you more flexible working hours, for instance. Let your boss know what the benefits for the company will be: you’ll work on practical cases and will often be able to immediately apply what you’ve learned to your work. After all, the focus is on applying academic knowledge at a university of applied sciences!

Will I be able to cope?

We’ll give it to you straight: holding down a job and studying is no walk in the park – handling both takes a lot of energy. You need to be committed to make it through six semesters. We’ll back you in your decision to take this big step and support you with a range of services designed to make it as easy as possible.

Will I be able to find the time?

You’ll have to regularly attend university in Krems two days a week if you take one of our part-time bachelor programmes. On top of that there’s also project work and study time to fit in at home. It really helps if you can temporarily free yourself up from as many other commitments as possible.

Questions about the degree programme?

Prospective Student Advisory Service


Do you have questions regarding the entry requirements, the admission procedure and more? Our Prospective Student Advisory Service is happy to help.

+432732802222information@fh-krems.ac.at

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