FAQs

Business Consultancy International | Bachelor

Application deadline is 13 June 2022 for EU citizens and nationals from the countries listed here. These candidates do not need a visa to enter and reside in Austria up to a given period (in most cases 3 months). Due to the necessary visa procedures, the application deadline for all other nationalities is 31 March 2022. Applications after these deadlines will be considered only for next year’s intake.

Latest admission procedure* during the pandemic:

  • online interview
  • on-campus computer-based standardised aptitude test / Intelligence test
  • on-campus computer-based English language assessment

*subject to change

Tuition fee for EU/EEA/Swiss/UK citizens (Studiengebühr): € 363.36 per semester

Tuition fee for third-country citizens*: € 726.72 per semester

Mandatory student union fee (ÖH-Beitrag) for all students: € 20.70 per semester

*Please note that third-country citizens need to pay a one-time registration fee € 250, which will be refunded upon enrolment (will be deducted from first semester tuition fee). Your eligibility will be checked once payment has been received.

Secondary school leaving certificate and proficiency in English. Detailed information can be found in the Admissions section.

  • A curriculum vitae (CV), including photograph
  • Letter of motivation (max. one A4 page) explaining why you wish to study in BCi
  • Secondary school leaving certificate*
  • School annual report (Jahreszeugnis) for the most recently completed year. If it is not issued in English or German, an official translation is required (no legalisation necessary)
  • Proof of citizenship (for non-Austrian citizens: copy of valid passport)

*This document might have to be officially translated into English and legalised, depending on the issuing country. Please check with the respective authority or send an email to BCi Admissions Officer, Ms. Martina Warnung (ms.martina.warnung@fhwn.ac.at).

Yes, you can. After sending your online application you will be informed about the latest submission deadline.

Yes, unless the certificate is in English or German, an official translation is required. Only certified translators can provide these.

That depends on the issuing country. Please check with the respective authority or send an email to BCi Admissions Officer, Ms. Martina Warnung (ms.martina.warnung@fhwn.ac.at).

Each country has its own procedure for the legalisation of documents, and hence different authorities taking care of it. The place to start is usually the ministry of education in the diploma-issuing country.

There is only one intake per year, in the last week of August.

We only accept online applications submitted via our website.

This depends on your citizenship. Third-country citizens (non-EU/EEA/UK/Swiss) need to pay € 250 registration fee which will be refunded upon enrolment (will be deducted from first semester tuition fee). Your eligibility will be checked once payment has been received.

Applicants who are resident more than 1000 km from Wiener Neustadt may take their admission interviews via Video-Skype. In this case, prior to your Skype interview you must additionally provide us with the SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test), with a minimum score of 1300 points / New SAT minimum score of 870 points.

If you are admitted, you must be in Wiener Neustadt at the start of the programme on 30 August 2021 (registration day). In case of late arrival, you may be refused to start the programme.

All courses in BCi are held and assessed in English.

No language certificate is required, but the candidate needs to prove his or her language proficiency (English C1 level) at the entrance examination.