Name of Institution
MCI Management Center Innsbruck
Type of Agreement
The MCI Management Center Innsbruck was founded in 1995/6 and offers 29 programs on the undergraduate, postgraduate and executive level. With 3,000 students, 800 teachers, 200 partner universities, and some 7,000 graduates and employers worldwide, and an unbroken record of top places in polls and rankings, the Entrepreneurial School® is in demand as an international benchmark and partner for research, teaching and management training.
Innsbruck is an alpine city with approx. 130,000 inhabitants; about 30,000 students live in the city.
The Tyrolean Mountains within grasp, the region’s unbeatable sports- and leisure facilities, the proximity to Germany, Switzerland and Italy and Innsbruck’s long-standing academic tradition all guarantee a unique ambience for students. At its central locations, MCI offers an outstanding infrastructure with attractive and well equipped lecture halls, computer labs and group working rooms, with state-of-the-art workstations and research facilities, student hostels in the vicinity, a wide choice of good places for eating out, convenient parking and excellent public transport.
Biotechnology Business & Management for Professionals; Business & Management; Food & Bioresource Technologies; Management & Law; Management, Communication & IT; Mechatronics; Nonprofit, Social & Health Care Management; Social Work; Environmental, Process & Energy Engineering; Tourism Business Studies; Industrial Engineering & Management; and Business Administration Online.
Bioresource & Food Engineering; International Business & Management; International Business Law; International Health & Social Management; Health Economics & Management EU-HEM; Biotechnology; Entrepreneurship & Tourism; Management, Communication & IT; Mechatronics & Smart Technologies; Social Work, Social Policy & Management; Environmental, Process & Energy Engineering; and Industrial Engineering & Management.
Courses Taught in English
More than 100 courses taught in English per year. Full offer at https://international.mci.edu/en/students/international-exchange-students/courses-in-english
Erasmus Student Network Innsbruck offers events and activities in and around Innsbruck.
Orientation program, language courses, buddy program, tandem program, and more.
Innsbruck has a long history as a university town and offers a variety of housing options including student dormitories, private rooms, and shared apartments. Prices vary depending on size, location, and equipment.
The Austrian Agency for International Mobility and Cooperation in Education, Science, and Research (OeAD) arranges rooms in student dormitories for a small monthly fee. This is the easiest and most convenient way for exchange students to find relatively inexpensive housing.
MCI cooperates with the dormitory “Internationales Studentenhaus” (ISH). Exchange students can also book a room at ISH via MCI. Finding private accommodation in Innsbruck is not always easy, especially at the beginning of a new semester. Nevertheless, students who are willing to invest considerable effort may be able to find a room in a shared or a studio apartment.
If students need a place to stay for a few days, they can book a reasonably priced room in one of the following youth hostels: www.youth-hostel-innsbruck.at www.hostelmarmota.com www.nepomuks.at You will also find further information on housing here.
Expected Monthly Expenditures
Average monthly cost of living in Innsbruck:
Accommodation (including utilities): approx. EUR 350 Food: approx. EUR 300 Personal expenses: approx. EUR 350
In total, the average monthly cost of living for students is approximately EUR 1,000. This is a rough estimate only and may vary depending on a student’s lifestyle.