LLM in Global Business Law and Regulation

This program will provide you with specialist knowledge of the legal setting of business transactions in a global environment, from regulatory frameworks to dispute resolution. You will gain a comparative perspective through interactive classes exploring present-day issues and hands-on experience in clinical courses with local start-up companies. You will also have the opportunity to test your skills at the annual Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot competition in Vienna.

MA in Political Science / 1 year

The program targets both future academics and students who wish to pursue careers in non-academic jobs requiring considerable skills in social and political analysis, typically in the civil service, the news media, NGOs, political and cultural organizations, and private businesses. To serve this multifaceted constituency, the program puts considerable emphasis on developing research and writing skills that are valued in all work environments that require the ability to develop, probe, and convey complex ideas efficiently, logically, and lucidly.

BA in Culture, Politics and Society (CPS)

Accredited in the U.S. and Austria, BA in Culture, Politics and Society (CPS) provides an interdisciplinary Liberal Arts curriculum updated for 21st century challenges. The program is designed for the generation which has come of age after the digital revolution, living in a society flooded with information, disinformation and with technological transformations which continue to change how we learn, communicate, and relate to one another.

How to apply for a PhD in Canada

Submitted by seeta.bhardwa@… on Tue, 04/19/2022 - 10:18

Once you’ve decided to apply for a postgraduate programme, starting the application process can often be the hardest part. If you’re planning to pursue your PhD in Canada, this guide will help you understand the application process and how to write a research proposal. 

While this guide covers the main questions that students might have around applying for a PhD in Canada, it is important to check the requirements for your university and ask the admissions team if you have any questions about the process. 

BA in Quantitative Social Sciences (QSS)

Accredited in the U.S. and Austria, BA in Quantitative Social Sciences (QSS) combines the study of human societies with a rigorous foundation in mathematics, statistics, computation and data science. The program teaches the interdisciplinary skills necessary to extract scientific understanding from societal data and consists of a comprehensive training in computational data analysis and mathematical modeling, as well as core theory and methods from sociology, economics, environmental science and political science.

MA in Late Antique, Medieval and Early Modern Studies

This program is designed for students with a strong research agenda centered around late antique and medieval Latin, Byzantine and Post-Byzantine, Slavonic, South Caucasian, Eastern Christian, Arabic, Ottoman or Indian culture and a solid grounding in medieval or early modern history or a bordering discipline, such as philology, literature, philosophy or archeology. You will master the latest research methodologies and enrich your research through the study of relevant source languages.