This week the time had finally come. Just short of 20 students began the first week of the masters course in “Service Engineering & Management” at the FH CAMPUS02. The higher education course comprises three semesters, which students complete alongside their professional commitments. That means that by the end of 2020, the first graduates will be able to work as consultants and managers in service-orientated companies helping to develop successful business models. The course offers people with experience in the field to deepen their knowledge in both technology and business. Students focus on designing and managing IT-supported business models particularly in industry, product development and the technical service sector.
Since the Styrian Service Cluster was founded, one of its core aims has been to initiate a further education programme in the field of service. The entire Managing Board of the Cluster is therefore incredibly proud of this development. We’d like to take this opportunity to thank all of the participants and wish the students the best of luck with their education.