Part time Bachelor in Aged Care in Austria

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Aged Care

A bachelor’s degree is a higher education program that can be obtained in about four years. Many bachelor programs are offered in person as well as on online so that even students who live in remote areas or who cannot attend school full-time can advance their education.

The basic characteristic of Austrian higher education system is a four-year course. After completion of undergraduate degree, the university often have scholarships for those students who may want to further studies to master’s and even to doctorate levels.

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Bachelor Aging Management Services

Ferdinand Porsche Fern FH
Online Part time 3 years September 2017 Austria Austria Online Vienna Wiener Neustadt + 2 more

The Humboldt Bildungsges.mbH with the online campus in Vienna is the largest distance learning institution in Austria and has a well-50th [+]

Part time Bachelor Degrees in Aged Care in Austria. The Studies Interdisciplinary and practical The interdisciplinary orientation and methodological and didactic design of the course you will acquire extensive knowledge and useful skills. They acquire knowledge and understanding the phenomenon of aging, to structures, processes and contexts of social and health, into the links between demographic, social and economic aspects. They deal with Factors influencing health and quality of life in old age, Policies aimed at promoting health and quality of life in old age, new technologies to support the everyday life of older people. You gain competencies in Organizational and change management, Project and process management, Interface and network management, Communication, facilitation and coaching Corporate governance. Career opportunities In combination with your professional experience gives you the interdisciplinary nature of the program multiple perspectives. Fields of activity, for example, Accompaniment of organizations in the implementation of strategies to promote health and quality of life in old age, Advising individuals or communities in the age-appropriate design of housing, living environments, and recreational and tourism opportunities, Advice on the benefits and uses of technical assistance systems and Project management and coordination tasks in the establishment of technical assistance systems. Target groups People who work in the following areas: health and social services, in the field of technology (especially ICT) or in sectors of the economy where the social and health needs of older people play an important role. [-]