Master in Business Administration
Fees as of 31st of January 2024
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)
*Tuition fees are adjusted bi-annually, in January and June according to inflation index. Please see your study contract or Guidelines on Fees for more information
Mathias Corvinus Collegium and Modul University Vienna partner up to support students on their higher education journey. More details about upcoming MCC scholarships for the next intakes will be communicated soon!
Amount: Up to 100% of total tuition
Below reductions valid from: 31st January 2024
Full Tuition Fee Payment
Amount: 3% of total tuition
Eligibility: Applicants who opt to pay their full tuition fees in one.
One Academic Year Tuition Payment Reduction
Amount: 1.5% of the tuition for 1 year
Eligibility: Applicants who opt to pay ahead the tuition fee for one academic year.
Amount: 10% of the total tuition fees for following siblings
Eligibility: If you are a sibling of a current student at MU Vienna and also want to study at MU. This reduction is not related to a specific study program.
Exchange Alumni Grant
Amount: 8% of total tuition
Eligibility: If you have visited MU Vienna as an Exchange Student and decide to continue your study at MU.
Amount: 10% of total tuition
Eligibility: The admissions committee may grant a reduction of 10% to outstanding candidates. This grant is up to the discretion of the admissions committee and no extra application is required.
Amount: depending on your grade point average (GPA)
GPA>95%: 40% of tuition
GPA>90%: 35% of tuition
GPA>85%: 30% of tuition
GPA>80%: 25% of tuition
GPA>70%: 15% of tuition
GPA<70%: 10% of tuition
Eligibility: If you achieved an undergraduate degree at MU and choose to continue your studies at MU you are eligible for the Alumni Grant.
If you pursue a graduate study and work in Austria at the same time you are entitled to get educational tax back. For more information please click here.
Further resources for financial assistance
If you are looking for funding for your graduate studies, check out the resources below.
Fund of Excellence – Student Funding Program from Erste Bank Österreich Funding Program
The OeAD, the Austrian agency for international mobility and cooperation in education, science and research administers a database of scholarships and research grants: www.grants.at
Additionally, the following website of the Austrian government provides general information about financial aid for students: www.stipendium.at
If you have any additional questions regarding the scholarships, please do not hesitate to contact the Admissions Office.
Applicants from non-EU countries applying for a "Residency Permit Student" in Austria should keep in mind that the immigration authorities require all applicants to present proof of having sufficient financial means to cover their cost of living for the first year (min. EUR 11.000). The overall amount that must be presented in advance at the time of applying!
See more details here: Living costs when studying in Vienna