The FH-Bachelor Programme Military Leadership offers a variety of programmes for incoming students and lecturers.
The majority of all offers are in English language. They last from 1 week modules to the entire 3-year basic officer education.
Main effort is to increase students’ interoperability and intercultural competences.
By clicking to the respective incoming programme, you can find details.
The annual international semester, which is offered for international participation, is elaborated contentwise each year with a minimum of 24 ECTS. The contents of this international semester is published via the curriculum.
The main goal is the integration of international Officer Cadets & students into the regular Austrian military daily routine.
Internships are to be negotiated with the International Office on a case-to-case basis, latest two months prior to arrival.
Internships may cover gaining experiences in a specific field – mainly within the international environment – lasting to authoring theses on Bachelor-, Master, or PhD-level.
There is the possibility to participate in the entire Austrian Basic Officer Education.
Requirements are to be negotiated and agreed between the respective Ministries of Defence in advance.
Pre-conditions are talking German and English, medical and physical fitness and other pre-conditions according to the respective agreement. Interested persons may pass their requests via their national chains of command.
Lecturer & Staff Mobility
If you would like to teach at the FH-Bachelor Programme Military Leadership (STA – staff mobility for teaching) – or if you would like to come as a staff member (STT – staff training) – please get in contact with the international office (email@example.com).
For teachers/instructors there is the possibility within the academic programme – but we are seeking teaching personnel for the vocational training as well.
Lists of teachers and instructors of all European Union Basic Officer Education Institutions are coordinated on the EMILYO homepage within a password-protected area. For further information get in contact with the international office of your institution.