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Herbert Schwarzenberger

Herbert Schwarzenberger has been head of the MA in Business Administration and Psychology at Ferdinand Porsche FernFH since 2012. His academic focus is on industrial and organisational psychology, with emphasis on virtualisation of work & learning, as well as decision psychology with emphasis on taxes.

Career path

Since 2012

Programme director MA in Business Administration and Psychology, FernFH
FernFH Alumni coordinator

2011

Lecturer & researcher BA in
Business Administration and Psychology, FernFH

2009 – 2012

Freelance industrial & organisational psychologist
Health Consult Gesellschaft für Vorsorgemedizin Ges.m.b.H., Vienna

2008 – 2011

External lecturer, degree programmes Business Administration & Psychology
and Business Informatics

2006 – 2012

External lecturer, University of Vienna, Institute for Business Psychology

2003 – 2008

Freelance Business Consultant, Bereuter & Partner Consulting Ges.m.b.H.,
Vienna

2002 – 2010

Freelance Trainer & Coach, bfi Vienna

1999 – 2002

Project collaborator, University of Vienna, Institute of Business Psychology

Education

2011

PhD in Psychology, University of Vienna

2007 – 2011

Doctoral studies at the University of Vienna, Faculty of Psychology:
“Why do we pay taxes? Business Psychological Determinants
of Tax Behaviour”

2010

Certification as an occupational psychologist according to BÖP

2004

Trainer education

2001

Degree in Psychology, University of Vienna

2000 – 2001

Erasmus scholarship at the Autonomous University of Barcelona

1995 – 2001

Studies in psychology, specialising in business psychology, University of Vienna

1995

Matura in Electrical Engineering, HTBLA II, Linz

Herbert Schwarzenberger

MA in Business Administration and Psychology
Programme director