Krems University Austria


IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems

The IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems is an international focused university located in the heart of the Wachau region in Austria. Since 1994 the IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems has taken on a pioneering role in the development of innovative solutions and practice-oriented degree programs. It is the first Austrian University of Applied Sciences that introduced a mandatory internship semester abroad and English as the sole language of instruction. In the past 20 years IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems has established a network of 111 partner universities in over 30 countries and cooperation with a steadily growing number of tourism and hospitality enterprises all over the world.

At IMC Krems, students enjoy high-quality education, personalised coaching by a committed team of academic staff and an international atmosphere, some of the reasons why it ranks top in international student surveys in Europe.

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The IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems is characterised as a centre for international and practice-oriented higher education. The high educational quality of the degree programs in Krems is based on internationalisation and the teaching of modern tourism management approaches.

We offer Tourism and Leisure Management programs at both Bachelor and Master levels. State of the art curricula, that reflect current challenges in the global tourism and leisure industry, lay the foundation for a high employability of IMC graduates on the national and international market.

The focus is on the following areas:

  • Business Administration and Management including Event Management, Project Management, Entrepreneurship
  • E-Tourism, Soft Skills and Languages
  • Research Methodologies
  • General and Specialized Tourism Studies, such as Hospitality Management, Sports Tourism, Cultural Tourism, Business & Congress Tourism, Health and Spa Tourism

World silent as fascists join Israel government

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Urgent action is needed to stem the growing threat to international peace and security that Israel presents. In a frightening but long expected move, Israeli prime minister Ehud Olmert has brought the Yisrael Beitenu party into his coalition government. Yisrael Beitenu is a dangerous extremist party with fascist tendencies. It has made clear that a Jewish supremacist state is more important than a democratic one.
Hebrew University professor Ze'ev Sternhell, a leading Israeli academic specialist on fascism and totalitarianism, was quoted by the Scotsman newspaper as terming Lieberman "perhaps the most dangerous politician in the history of the state of Israel

Tim Butcher: The wars over our sense of identity are still raging on  — Evening Standard
An Edwardian Baedeker travel guide to Austria-Hungary sits next to my desk, its pages containing a link to the global catastrophe of the First World War 100 years ago.

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