On April 5, Lauder Business School launched its one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary project that will pioneer an outstanding concept of marketing: space marketing. Professor (FH) Ing. Mag. Robert Kotal CFP ®EFA®, the LBS space trailblazer, presented the details of the high-altitude flight project to an audience of fellow space-enthusiasts, students and distinguished guests.
Lauder Business School ranks second in Vienna’s and fourth in Austria´s Universities of Applied Sciences
INDUSTRIEMAGAZIN, the leading magazine in Austria for the manufacturing industry, and its service providers, recently released the 2022 ranking of Austria’s best Universities of Applied Sciences, and we rank 4th.
Lauder Business School partners with the TU Wien Space Team and K-Sat Stuttgart for a one-of-a-kind interdisciplinary project that takes business to a whole new (atmospheric) level: the stratosphere!
New study highlights intensive cooperation between technical universities and Austrian companies. Compared to other countries, the results show that the cooperation intensity between firms and universities in Austria is very high. 98% (!) of the leading Austrian companies (“Leitbetriebe”) are engaging in various forms of cooperation projects with universities.
Lauder Business School will host an exchange program for students attending the International Masters of Business Administration (IMBA) at Bar-Ilan University. Following the conclusion of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Lauder Business School and Bar-Ilan University based in Israel, that sealed the intent of academic cooperation between the two institutions, Lauder Business School will host an exchange program for the IMBA students of Bar-Ilan University this summer.
LBS students had the opportunity to participate in an online panel discussion on “Pharmaceutical Industry and the Economic Recovery” co-organized by the LBS Student Union (ÖH) and Lauder Business School. The panelists were two renowned speakers; the Head of Governmental Affairs at MSD, Mag. Walter Hatzenbichler M.E.S, and the General Secretary from the Ministry of Digitalization and Economics, Mag. Florian Frauscher. The discussion was in light of the pandemic outbreak and its consequences, during which Mag. Hatzenbichler led the topic from the viewpoint of the pharmaceutical industry and R&D of vaccinations, and Mag. Frauscher from the standpoint of the government and re-allocations of the budget to combat the pandemic economic consequences.