Cooperations

Corporate Partners

Partnering with your Company

Close collaboration with businesses is a critical success factor for FHWien der WKW. Well-suited cooperation partners support us in providing our students with effective, practical and relevant training. We have a varied range of cooperation opportunities available to our business partners.

Cooperations with FHWien der WKW

Working together in research, teaching and employer branding

Cooperation opportunities range from research and business field projects, to the awarding of theses and the provision of internship places, tailor-made employer branding packages and sponsorship opportunities.

Find the right type of partnership opportunity and contact us. I look forward to working with you!
Ing. Mag. (FH) Michael Heritsch, MSc, Chief Executive Officer

Knowledge Transfer

We regularly participate in the exchange of knowledge with our corporate partners. We also offer exclusive insights into the newest developments in research, development and teaching. The input and participation of our corporate partners guarantees the quality and business relevance of our various public events.

Events are addressed to students, graduates and/or the general public, depending on the subject area and format.

Examples of events with corporate partners

  • Expert symposiums
  • Lectures
  • Discussion panels
  • Conferences

Have a look at our current events.

Alumni & Career Services

The Alumni & Career Services bring together graduates, students, teachers and companies. Regardless of year and field of study, we create the opportunity to make valuable personal and professional contacts.

Be it via our online job platform “Career Center”, on Career Day or with Business Insight events. With the alumni meetings and the Alumni Night, we offer a networking platform for graduates.

For cooperation partners, the Alumni & Career Services offer the ideal opportunity to make contact with graduates and students and to present their company. You can currently reach around 5500 contacts via our network.

Cooperations with Study Programs

Our Study Programs cover the two areas of communication and management with 18 Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs as well as continuing education programs like the International MBA in Management & Communications. In this way, corporate partners have the opportunity to communicate with students.

The spectrum of possible cooperation stretches from business field projects, to the support and awarding of theses, to joint events. In this way, corporate partners are afforded a variety of ways to position themselves within FHWien der WKW.

Research & Development

We will support you in all matters relating to research projects and inform you of the correct contact person for your research questions.

Take a closer look at the range of services offered by our research team.

Successful Partnerships

The leading business schools have firmly integrated the subject ‘Business Ethics’ into their curricula and have reinforced their research capacities in this field. This trend has been pioneered by FHWien der WKW. Collaborating with leading Austrian businesses facilitated the appointment of the Endowed Chair of Corporate Governance & Business Ethics, FH-Prof. Dr. Markus Scholz in 2012.

The endowed chair is anchored at the Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy (IBES). IBES researches in the areas of “Business Ethics” and “Strategy”. Further information is available at https://ibes-eu.org/.

Institute for Business Ethics and Sustainable Strategy

We are grateful to our corporate partners:

  • Berndorf AG
  • Blaguss Reisen GmbH
  • Hofer KG
  • KALLCO Bauträger GmbH
  • Kapsch Group
  • Josef Manner & Comp AG
  • Ulreich Bauträger GmbH

The Endowed Chair conducts interdisciplinary research in close cooperation with partner organizations (universities, business, government, NGOs). The team around Markus Scholz carries out basic-research projects, generates case studies and transfers the results of their research in application-oriented contexts. In various follow-up projects, the results are transferred into feasible recommendations for action, which are then implemented by businesses in their own projects. This example of a cooperation model between science and business makes a significant contribution to the training of future managers.