MBA in Film, TV & Digital Media Management

Study in London and Vienna

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The Film, TV, and Digital Media industries are reshaping at a rapid pace. Adapting to new business models, media platform convergence and changing viewing habits presents producers with a range of opportunities, as well as challenges.

Our MBA in Film, TV & Digital Media Management is designed to support you in assessing the effect of developments like emerging workflows, globalisation and audience tastes on your business, projects and career. Led by experts and working alongside peers you’ll explore ways to identify new markets, extended storytelling approaches and interact with growing, profitable digital applications like games.


Study programme contents:

  • Module 1: Business Models & Finance
  • Module 2: Management Information & Control
  • Module 3: Management & Leadership
  • Module 4a: Production Management
  • Module 4b: London Production Workshop
  • Module 5a: Technology
  • Module 5b: London Technology Workshop
  • Module 6: Distribution
  • Master´s Seminar - Master´s Thesis

The Study Programme in Brief:

Academic title: Master of Business Administration (MBA) "Film, TV & Digital Media Management".
Deadline for applications: 17th June 2019 
ECTS: 90 ECTS on degree completion
Costs: € 4,200,- / semester (VAT-exempt, excl. travel costs and accommodation), instalment rates possible on request. Subsidies by the Austrian Film Institute for Austrian nationals or nationals of the EEA with a residence in Austria are possible.
Languages of instruction: English
Start of studies: October 2019
Duration of studies: 3 semesters, 501 teaching units
Study places: work-and-study 25/year
Study periods: The courses will be offered in clusters. Teaching units will be available at London South Bank University and at University of Applied Sciences BFI Vienna and long-distance (webinars, etc.).
Target groups: audio-visual media experts 
Admission requirements: a recognized university degree (at least a bachelor’s degree) and three years’ work experience in the media or a five-year leading position in the audio-visual media, a good command of English; written application, and participation in an admission interview. 


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