1167 Marketing Insights
Mag.Dr. Barbara Hartl, Assoz.Prof PD Dr. Monika Koller
Weekly hours
Language of instruction
09/13/23 to 09/22/23
Registration via LPIS
Notes to the course
Day Date Time Room
Wednesday 10/11/23 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM TC.4.03
Wednesday 10/18/23 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM TC.4.03
Wednesday 11/08/23 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM Extern
Wednesday 11/08/23 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM TC.4.03
Wednesday 11/15/23 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM TC.4.03
Thursday 11/16/23 12:00 PM - 06:00 PM Extern
Wednesday 11/22/23 05:00 PM - 06:00 PM Extern
Wednesday 11/22/23 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM TC.4.03
Thursday 11/23/23 09:00 AM - 02:00 PM Extern
Wednesday 11/29/23 05:00 PM - 08:00 PM TC.5.13

This course allows students to gain insights into timely topics. The course captures the most current issues in contemporary marketing and consumer research. Hence, its content may change every semester as we invite different international experts from academia and practice to share their knowledge with our students. “Marketing Insights” provides a platform for in-depth and critical discussions of marketing and consumer research questions that are of academic, applied and societal relevance. It challenges students to apply their customer-centered knowledge to a broader context of real-world problems. Moreover, it adds to their professional training in marketing and consumer research.

Field trips to and workshops with:

  • Henkel CEE GmbH, Vienna
  • LOOP, Vienna Office
  • Spanish Riding School, Caroline Stöger-Duran, Head of Marketing & PR
  • Votiv Kino, Lisa Stolze, Marketing
Learning outcomes

The aim of this course is to strengthen competencies in the following areas:

  • Application of core topics in Marketing
  • Receiving insights into the Marketing of selected companies
  • Discussion platform with leading decision makers in the national and international Marketing landscape
  • Working with and analyzing multimedia resources
  • Working on real cases and learning how to apply theoretical knowledge in pracitice
Attendance requirements

This is an interactive course and many assignments can only be completed in case you are in class.

Important: Please only enrole in this course, if you are sure you can attend all sessions in principal. Thank you!

Students who miss classes will have a disadvantage in completing assignements. If you attend less than 80% of the overall course time, you cannot be graded.

Teaching/learning method(s)

A detailed agenda and further information about all sessions including the excursions and guest talks as well as the tasks and assessment will be provided in the first session.

The didactic approach of this course is a mix of theoretical-conceptual input and applied elements.

The course consists of the following components:

  • Group work and presentations
  • Working with internationally relevant academic papers
  • Working with multimedia resources
  • Critical discussions of current topics
  • Guest talks
  • Excursions and m.core real world experience

  • Group work and presentations (50%)
  • Group report (25%)
  • Preparatory work for the guest talks and excursions  (25%)

Grade key:

90,00 - 100,00%: Excelllent (1)
80,00 - 89,99%: Good (2)
70,00 - 79,99%: Satisfactory (3)
60,00 - 69,99%: Sufficient (4)
0 - 59,99%: Fail (5)


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Last edited: 2023-09-12