The Sino-Austrian Center

The Sino-Austrian Center for Media & Communication Management, founded 2004, is a joint endeavour of the Fudan University in Shanghai and the University of Salzburg. Besides the Master Exchange Program it provides faculty and doctoral exchange programs as well as joint research activities.

Globalization in the field of academic studies requires increased competitiveness and enables cooperation of students all over the world. The Master-Exchange Program in “Media and Communication Management” is the heart of the Sino-Austrian Center.More
The MCM Sino-Austrian Center encourages joint research projects between the partner departments. Themes embrace cultural value studies as well as comparative studies in social media and internet communication.More
The program facilitates and supports short and longtime faculty exchange programs. Doctoral candidates from all partner departments are encouraged to gain international experience.  More

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MCM Coordinators meet their partners in China

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Ass.Prof. Dr. Ursula Maier-Rabler and Ass.Prof. Dr. Thomas Herdin, coordinators of the MCM activities at the University of Salzburg, will be in China from June 7th to June 15th to meet their partners for talks about the future development of the Sino-Austrian Center for Media and Communication Management (MCM). After two days at Fudan University in Shanghai, they will also meet representatives at Nanjing Normal University (NNU) and Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU).

Main subject of the talks will be the future development of the activities of the MCM. The Master Exchange Program has been successfully established, but further planning for faculty exchange and joint research is needed.

The trip will bring all partner institutions closer together in this network and will fuel the development of the future activities. It is made possible by the OeAD, the Austrian agency for international mobility and cooperation in education, science and research.

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Globalization in the field of academic studies requires increased competitiveness and enables cooperation of students all over the world. China’s importance in the global economy is growing rapidly and constitutes an increasing factor especially in the global media and communication industry.Mission

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Master Exchange Program.
The Master Exchange Program ‘Media and Communication Management’ is a cooperation of the School of Journalism at the Fudan University in Shanghai and the Department of Communication and the Center for Advanced Studies and Research in Information and Communication Technologies & Society (ICT&S) at the University of Salzburg.
It was established under the roof of the Sino-Austrian Center for Media & Communication Management (MCM). It allows students of these institutions, as well as selected students of further part- ner institutions to study for a semester in Salzburg and in Shanghai. Since the establishment of the MCM Program in 2007, almost 300 Chinese and Austrian students took the chance to
be part of this unique program. The academic part of the program encompasses five university courses in Media and Communication Management, a variety of field trips to major media institutions, independent media and communication initiatives, as well as cultural and communication agencies. Excursions to key players in the field of communication in selected European and Chinese cities complete the Program. Exceeding basic exchange, the MCM Program focuses on real cooperation between Chinese and European students, both on an academic and a social level. It provides the basis for intercultural learning and helps the participants to become integrated into academic and social life during their semester abroad.>more about the mcm-program
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