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Facts & Figures

11 "Management" degrees at Campus Steyr

In Steyr, the first university of applied sciences degree programme started  in 1995 with 40 students studying "Production and Management" (PMT).  We have grown in the meantime and currently offer 11 successful bachelor- and master’s degrees at the Steyr School of Management.

"International Logistics Management" (ILM) followed in 2000, and in 2001 Process Management Health and Care“ (PMG), „e-Business (eBIZ)  in 2002 and in the winter term of 2003 the part time “e-Business” degree programme and "International Technical Sales Management" (ITV) went into operation. With the transition to the bachelor system in 2005 ITV changed its name to "Global Sales Management" (GSM). In October 2007 the bachelor degree programme “Accounting, Controlling and Financial Management" (CRF) started.  These 6 university of applied science degree programmes last six semesters at the end of which students earn the academic qualification of “Bachelor” (B.A. or B.Sc.).

In the autumn of 2007 the first subsequent master’s degree course was offered in the form of "Supply Chain Management" (SCM) which was followed by "International Marketing Management" (IMM) and "Operations Management" (OMT) in 2008. The university of applied science master’s degrees last 4 semesters and entitles holders to register for a doctoral degree course at a university either at home or abroad. 

In 2010 the master in "Accounting, Controlling and Financial Management" was started, the bachelor degree “e-Business” was renamed "Marketing and Electronic Business" and English became the sole language of instruction with "Global Sales Management".

In 2011 the new part-time master’s degree course "Digital Business Management" went into operation, a degree which is offered in partnership with Johannes Kepler University Linz.  The master’s degree "International Marketing Management" (IMM) was renamed "Global Sales and Marketing" (GSM) and is run as a full-time degree course offering two specialization areas and a compulsory semester abroad. Like its bachelor degree counterpart (formerly Global Sales Management), instruction is 100% in English.

475 study places for students starting their studies in the academic year 2014/15

The number of study places for students starting a degree course increases with the transition to the two tier bachelor-master system.  The number of study places for new students are divided up as follows:

  • PMT Bachelor: 50 full-time
  • ILM Bachelor: 55 full-time and part-time
  • PMG Bachelor: 40 full-time and part-time
  • MEB Bachelor: 50 full-time and part-time
  • GSM Bachelor: 45 full-time
  • CRF Bachelor: 40 full-time and part-time
  • SCM Master: 60 full-time and part-time
  • OMT Master: 40 full-time and part-time
  • GSM Master: 35 full-time and part-time
  • CRF Master: 30 full-time and part-time
  • DBM Master: 30 part-time

Current Student & Graduate Numbers

In the academic year 2014/15 there are more than 1250 students at Campus Steyr including exchange students.

The PMT degree course (which first started in 1995) has produced graduates for 15 years running.  ILM brought its first graduates (Mag. FH) on to the market in July 2004, in July 2005 came the first PMG graduates and in 2006 the first e-business graduates. The first ITV (now GSM) graduates finished in summer 2007. 2009 saw the first graduates of the master’s degree in Supply Chain Management and 2010 master’s degree graduates of Operations Management and International Marketing Management. The first bachelor degree graduates in Accounting, Controlling and Financial Management were also released into the economy. 2012 saw first graduates in the master’s degree in Accounting, Controlling and Financial Management.

Currently, more than 3300 Steyr graduates are working in the economy and in the health sector.

Study Abroad

In the academic year 2014/15 approximately 180 students from Steyr will be completing a semester broad either to gain practical experience or to study at one of our partner universities of which we now have about 102.

In turn, each year approximately 150 students from all over the world choose to spend their semester abroad in Steyr.