Not only in the start-up phase does a training company need support, but also in the day-to-day operation the mutual exchange with partner companies is of importance. To this end, KL University has started to build up an appropriate network.
Danube University Krems
Danube University Krems is Austria’s leading university for continuing education, with over 8,500 students from 90 countries. It has three faculties offering a wide range of postgraduate higher-education courses. The Faculty of Health and Medicine accounts for nearly the half of the curriculum.
IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems
IMC Krems achieved university of applied sciences status in 2002. It has around 2,500 students working towards bachelor’s and master’s degrees in business, health studies and life sciences. Some degree programmes are taught entirely in English.
University of Basel
Founded in 1460, the University of Basel is Switzerland’s oldest university. It became fully autonomous in 1996. The university’s shareholders are the cantons of Basel-Stadt and Basel-Landschaft. With over 13,000 students – one-fifth of them from abroad – the University of Basel is one of the top ten universities in the German-speaking world.
NÖ Landesgesundheitsagentur is Austria’s largest healthcare provider with 27 hospital locations and 50 care- and support-centres united under one roof.
Province of Lower Austria
The Culture and Science Department of the Office of the Lower Austrian State Government represents the province in the planning of tertiary education services. Day-to-day operations are the responsibility of GFF - Gesellschaft für Forschungsförderung Niederösterreich m.b.H. and Life Science Krems GmbH.