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  1. 1. Study ProgrammesA brief Guide for International StudentsVienna, January 2012
  2. 2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Editor and Publisher: OeAD [Österreichische Austauschdienst]-Gesellschaft mit beschränkterHaftung Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Re­earch [OeAD-GmbH] | 1010 Wien | sEbendorferstraße 7 | Head Office: Vienna | FN 320219 k | Commercial Court Vienna | DVR 4000157 | ATU64808925 |Editors: Öffentlichkeitsarbeit | Public Relations | Editorial and responsible: Dr. Felix Wilcek | Translation: Mag. IrmgardSchmoll | 1010 Wien | Ebendorferstraße 7 | T +43 1/534 08-0 | F +43 1/534 08-999 | info@oead.at | www.oead.at |Graphic Design: Fineline, graphic-design & typography | 1040 Wien | Cover Design: Cover: © BADER & TEAM/TheGentlemen Creatives | Wien | Printed by: Paul Gerin Druck GmbH & Co. KG | 2120 WolkersdorfProduced and financed with the support of the Federal Ministry of Science and Research.
  3. 3. Foreword  Welcome to Austria In this publication you will find tables of the degree programmes at the Austrian uni- versities and universities of applied scienc- es. Further information about ­ppli­­ a cation requirements and procedures is available from the institutions mentioned in this bro-Are you interested in studying chure.in Austria ? General information about Austria is avail­ able from the Austrian representative autho­ rities (embassies, consulates) and AustrianBecause of its rich cultural past and pre­­ sent 1 cultural forums , Austrian tourist offices  2Austria is cherished by people all over the ­ and Austrian commercial ­attachés 3. world. Detailed information concerning the oppor­The varied landscape is of great importance ­ tuni­ies in the field of higher ­ du­ ation in t e cfor tourism, there are many skiing resorts; ­ Austria can also be found at:  in the summer there are lots of opportuni­ www.bmwf.gv.at (homepage of the Austri-ties for hiking and climbing or for water an Federal Ministry of Science and Research),sports on the numerous lakes. www.studyguide.at (guide to all Austrian univer­ities and universities of applied sci- sOther factors for a stay in Austria are the ences) or www.studienwahl.at.great social security, the economic stabilityand the great hospitality of the Austrians. The information from this brochure along with numerous additional references andThe Austrian educational system offers you links can also be found on the homepage ofa broad spectrum of educational oppor­u­ the OeAD-Austrian Agency for Internatio­ tnities. This is why Austria is an ideal place nal Cooperation in Education and Researchfor studying and living. www.oead.at. This new edition of the ›Study in Austria‹bro­hure will provide a general overview cand serve as a basic guide: By providing in-formation about entry and residence regu-lations, general conditions for ad­ ission mand necessary steps to take after arrival in 1 www.bmeia.gv.atAustria we want to help you plan your stu­ 2 www.austria.infodies in Austria. 3 www.wko.at
  4. 4. Table of Contents Foreword – Welcome to Austria 3 Higher Education Institutions in Austria 6 Universities and Universities of the Arts 6 Private Universities 7 University Training Courses / University Level Courses 8 Universities of Applied Sciences 8 University Colleges of Teacher Education 9 Studying and Residence in Austria 10 Application for Admission to Study in Austria 10 Entry and Residence Conditions 12 Arriving in Austria – The Stay 15 Accommodation 15 Registration 15 Health Insurance for Students 15 German Language and University Preparation Courses 16 Working in Austria 17 Further Information 17 Student Ombudsman 18 The Costs of Studying in Austria 19 Living Costs 19 Tuition Fees 19 Scholarship Programmes 20
  5. 5. Tables Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities (Diploma, Bachelor & Master Programmes) 23 Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities of the Arts (Diploma, Bachelor & Master Programmes) 63 Doctoral Programmes at the Austrian Universities and Universities of the Arts 73 Degree Programme Studies at the Universities of Applied Sciences (Diploma, Bachelor & Master Programmes) 77Addresses Universities 106 Universities of the Arts 109 Medical Universities 110 Private Universities 111 Universities of Applied Sciences 112 University Colleges of Teacher Education 114 University Preparation Programmes 116
  6. 6. Higher Education Institutions in Austria*Universities andUniversities of the ArtsApart from the traditional comprehensiveuniversities, which offer a wide variety ofdisciplines, there are a number of techni-cal and medical specialist uni­ersities as vwell as a university centre for postgradu-ate edu­cation.Austria’s six universities of the arts offerprogrammes in music, applied, performingand fine arts as well as in the visual artsand design. Though the common language Academic calendarof instruction remains German, an increas-ing number of programmes is offered in The academic year in Austria as a rule beginsEnglisch, see: on October 1st and ends on September 30th ­ of the following year. It consists of:www.oead.at/international-programmes  > winter semesterThe total number of students is approxi­ (October 1st to January 30th),mately 284.085 (of whom international stu-  > summer semesterdents 67.117). (uni:data, winter term 2010) (March 1st to September 30th) and periods during which no lectures are* for addresses see appendix  held (Christmas, semester and summer1 Austrian bachelor programmes, university level breaks). (Exceptions from this schedule courses with school leaving certificate as prerequi- site for admission, Fachhochschule bachelor pro- are possible; please enquire at the edu­ grammes and undergraduate programmes at pri- ­ cational institution of your choice.) vate universities are recognised as undergraduate studies / ISCED 5A; diploma ­degree pro­grammes, master programmes, ­ niversity level courses with u Structure of study programmes 1 completed bachelor degree as prerequisite for admission, Fachhochschule diploma programmes, In the last few years the Austrian university Fachhochschule master programmes, graduate system has introduced the European three- programmes at private universities as graduate ­ tier system of degrees according to the Bo- studies  /ISCED  and doctoral (Dr./PhD) pro- 5A grammes, licentiate and doctoral programmes at logna process. private universities, university level courses with Besides, the old two-tier system still ex­ completed diploma degree or master degree as prerequisite for admission as postgraduate stud- ­ ists in some subject areas and uni­ ersities v ies /ISCED 6. (for example medicine).
  7. 7. Study Programmes  6 | 7 Private Universities Austrian private universities offer innova- tive and high quality education and provide students with personal attention at the highest academic level. Continuous internal and external evaluation of teaching and re- search as well as active promotion of the arts assure constant university quality de- velopment.Bachelor and master study The Austrian private universities refine exis-programmes ting and establish new degree programmesMost degree programmes are divided into based on current and future educational needs.> bachelor studies, which conclude with the degree of Bachelor. Periodic external re-accreditation reviews ECTS credits: 180 (in special cases: 240) supplement internal quality management> master studies, which require the and provide graduates with excellent chan­ successful completion of a bachelor ces for their future careers. study programme and conclude with the academic degree of Master. The Conference of Austrian Private Univer- ECTS credits: at least 120 sities (OePUK) serves as official representa- tive for its members both in Austria andDoctoral studies (Dr. / PhD) abroad.Doctoral studies are based on the success- The curricula of the Austrian private uni-ful completion of diploma or master degree versities as well as the academic degreesprogrammes. Succesful candidates demon- awarded by them differ from university tostrate their capacity to create an original university.piece of research work. They conclude with www.privatuniversitaeten.atthe degree of Doktor/in or PhD. Duration: atleast 3 continuous years without the award Information about these institutions andof ECTS credits. their programmes is available on the home­ page of the Federal Ministry of ­ cience and S Research (BMWF) and from the private uni-Traditional diploma programmes versities directly. The number of studentsThese programmes conclude with the is approximately 6.301 (of whom interna-award of a diploma: Magistra or Magister in tional students: 2.188). (uni:data, wintermost disciplines or Diplomingenieur(in) for term 2010)engineers. ­Duration: 4 – 6 years. www.bmwf.gv.atwww.uniko.ac.at www.akkreditierungs­rat.at
  8. 8. Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) Fachhochschulen (FH) Universities of Applied Sciences offer their students professional-oriented higher edu- cation. This is reflected in their curricula, which include mandatory career-oriented practical training units or job-based intern- ships. The number of students per year and programme is limited, and for this reasonUniversity Training Courses most of the programmes have an entranceUniversity Level Courses procedure which has to be successfully completed.Universitätslehrgänge UAS offer full-time and part-time study pro-University training/level courses are further grammes. Part-time programmes are de-education courses at universities. signed for working students and take theirThere are various levels (undergraduates – specific situation into account. For the com-postgraduates). Very often they last 2 – 4 se- pletion of all UAS programmes a relevantmesters. The contents, goals, structure and thesis and an examination are required.duration of these courses are determined by The academic degrees awarded are ­Bachelorthe universities, which are responsible for and Master. In the ­ echnical fields Master of tthe individual curricula and can provide in- Science or Diplom­ngenieur(in) (equivalent iformation about these opportunities. Upon to a Master of Science) are awarded. Gradu-the completion of postgraduate university ates of UAS Master’s programmes may en-courses academic titles such as Master of rol in doctoral programmes at universities.Advanced Studies (MAS) or Master of Busi- In line with the Bologna Process Universities ­ness Administration (MBA), among others, of Applied Sciences have offered Bache­or’s lmay be conferred. An overview of the cour­ and Master’s programmes since 2003.ses on offer can be found at:www.bmwf.gv.at/startseite/studierende/ > UAS bachelor study programmes:studieren_in_oesterreich/postsek_ 3 years Bachelorbildungseinrichtungen/universitaeten/ > UAS master study programmes:weiterbildung_an_universitaeten/ 1 – 2 years Master
  9. 9. Study Programmes  8 | 9 University Colleges of Teacher Education The Austrian University Colleges of Teacher Education offer a three-year (six-­semester) Bachelor of Education (BEd) degree in com- bination with a teaching qualification for primary, secondary or special needs schools. Some of them also offer BEd degrees for polytechnic schools and for teaching re- ligious education. The University College of Agriculture and Environment offers a B ­ achelor of Education in combination with a qualification for teaching in schools of ag- riculture. Graduates of higher secondary educationThe University of Applied Sciences is a rela- are accepted at the University Colleges aftertively young type of tertiary ­ ducation com- e going through a screening procedure andpared to universities. It is mainly financed after successfully completing a four-weekby the Federal Government. information period.The first degree programmes were estab­ The study programme comprises courses inlished in 1994/95. At present (i.  in the e. educational science, subject studies relevant2011/12 academic year) 359 UAS degree for the respective teaching qualification andprogrammes in areas such as Business, En- practical school experience.gineering and IT, Social Scien­­ Law, ces,Media and Design, Health Sciences and There are nine state-run University CollegesCultural Sciences are offered by 21 insti- e.g. in Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salz-tutions (see list on page 106). About 50 de- burg, Tyrol, Styria, Vorarlberg, Carinthia andgree ­programmes are offered entirely in two in Vienna and five private ones main-English. tained by the dioceses of Graz, Innsbruck, Linz and Vienna and by a foundation inThe total number of students is approxi- ­Burgenland.mately 38,000. 13% of the students goabroad for a period of study or a ­ rofessio- (total number of students 9.521, winter pnal placement. term 2010/11; bmukk)
  10. 10. Studying and Residence in AustriaApplication for Admissionto Study in AustriaYou have to send the application and ne­ce­s­sary documents to the university, theuniversity of applied sciences (Fachhoch­ 30th for the winter semester, April 30th forschule / UAS) or the UAS degree programme the summer semester, higher tuition fees !)(applications submitted to the Austrian re­ apply.presentative authorities will be forwardedto the educational institution – applications > Programmes with entrance examina-must arrive at the university on time, please tion (e.g. Medical universities, universi-bear in mind that forwarding may take ties of the arts, UAS degree programmes):some time; submission of the application Please enquire in good time about ­appli-at the representative authority does not ex- cation deadlines, special requirements andtend the deadlines!). Some universities offer dates for the entrance examinations! (Clos­a ›registration of data‹ via Internet and ing date for application for entrance exami-will then send specific information to you nations can be up to 6 months before thevia e-mail. beginning of the semester). Please check on the website of the university if an onlineClosing dates / deadlines pre-registration is necessary.> Universities:  All documents have to ar- Necessary requirements: 2rive at the Austrian university by September1st for the winter semester and February 1st 1. Application for admission: on univer­for the summer semester. These deadlines sity application form (can be downloadedcannot be extended. Since it takes a while from the uni­versities’ home­pages or elseto process the applications it is advisable the universities will send it to you), statingthat you submit the application as early as the discipline you wish to study. possible. 1 diplomatic staff; spouses and children of accre­For foreigners who ›have the same status as dited foreign correspondents; persons who them­Austrians‹1 and for nationals of EU and EEA selves or those liable for their support have hadmember countries as well as for Swiss na- their centre of life in Austria for at least 5 years im- mediately prior to application; certain recipientstionals the general application deadlines of grants; holders of school leaving certificates ofof each university (approx. mid/end of Oc- Austrian schools abroad; statutory acknowledgedtober for the winter semester and mid/end refugees. 2 The requirements for admission to Universityof March for the summer semester, depend- Training Courses / University Level Courses differing on the individual universities) and an from course to course and should be enquiredadditional application period (November about at the individual courses.
  11. 11. Study Programmes  10 | 112. Proof of nationality in combinationwith an official ID document with photo orvalid travel document.3. General university entrance qualifica- tion:> for bachelor and diploma degree the university may limit admissions either studies: secondary school leaving 3 or by introducing an entrance examination certificate  equivalent before admission or by carrying out a se-> for master studies: bachelor or lection procedure until two semesters after equivalent degree admission (detailed information is available > for doctoral studies: diploma, master from the universities concerned). or equivalent degree 5. For many programmes proof of profi-4. Specific university entrance qualifica- ciency in German is necessary and tion (for universities): proof of the right should also be included in the applicationto direct admission to study the chosen documents, if available (e.g. German exami-field and level of study in the country in nation within the school leaving examina-which the document qualifying for universi- tion, language course diplomas). See ›Ger-ty studies was issued (not applicable to EU/ man language courses‹ on page 16.EEA citizens). Foreign documents have to be presentedThe groups of persons specified in footnote1 in the original (and in photocopy) and have(1see page 10) will not need such a proof for to be legalised 4. If documents are drawn upbachelor and diploma degree studies. in languages other than German, legalisedIn some study programmes, e.g. medicine, translations have to be added, translationsdentistry, ­ sychology the rector’s office of done abroad also have to be legalised. p 4 Legalisation is done by the Ministry for Foreign ­3 If the foreign certificate is not fully equivalent Affairs of the individual countries and then by the to the Austrian school leaving certificate, the Austrian representative authority in that country Austrian university will prescribe supplementary or – after prior legalisation by the re­ resentative p examinations, which have to be passed before ad- authority in Austria of the ­ ountry of issue of the c mission to degree programme studies. Austria has document – by the ­ ustrian Ministry for Foreign A concluded agreements of equivalence of school Affairs (legalisation office) (only for original docu- leaving certificates with several countries. Further ments). Documents from certain countries either information is available from the Austrian univer- require only an apostille or no legalisation at all. sities or NARIC (National Academic Recognition ­ Detailed information is available from the Aus- Information Centre). trian representative authorities.
  12. 12. Entry and Residence Conditions a)  Nationals of EU and EEA member coun­ tries as well as Swiss nationals do not need visas or residence permits. When staying in Austria for longer than 3 months they, however, have to apply for a confirmation of registration (Anmelde­bescheinigung) at the immigration office (Landeshaupmann,Universities of the arts and UAS degree Magistrat, Bezirks­hauptmannschaft) within­ rogrammes often do not require proof ofp 4 months of entry to Austria.the general or specific university entrance b)  Other foreigners have, if they are stay-qualification; instead, prospective students ing for longer than 6 months, to apply forhave to pass an entrance examination or a residence permit for study purposes (›Auf­pro­duce proof of relevant professional enthaltsbewilligung Studierende‹) 5 at thequa­lification. Information about the pre­ Austrian representative authority beforerequisites (these differ from one institution entry to Austria after receipt of the noti-to the other) is available from the universi- fication of admission. The application willties of the arts, the universities of applied be sent to Austria and the decision has tosciences and UAS degree programmes. be awaited in one’s home country (there-If all prerequisites are met, the educational fore the application should be submittedinstitution will send the notification of ad­ at least 3 months before the intended ar-mission or the invitation to sit an entrance rival in Austria). Exception: Applicants whoexamination to the address specified by are allowed to enter Austria without a visathe applicant. Students may be admitted as (information about this is available fromdegree programme students or – if supple­ the Austrian embassies) may apply for andmentary examinations are required and receive the residence permit from the Immi-in the case of university training courses  gration Office once they are in Austria. /university level courses (Universitätslehr­gänge) – as non-degree programme stu-dents. On arrival in Austria students have to 5 For stays of up to 6 months maximum a visa isenrol in person with the university or UAS sufficient, this, however, cannot be renewed indegree programme. Austria.
  13. 13. Study Programmes  12 | 13The following documentshave to be submitted:1. a fully completed and signed application form (available from the representative authority; can also be If you have to sit an entrance examination downloaded from the Internet) at an Austrian university of the arts, the pro-2. valid passport (must be valid cedure for students who may not enter Aus- for the whole duration of your stay tria without a visa will be the following: in Austria) > 1. On the basis of your application3. passport-sized colour photograph the theuniversity will issue a conditional (between 3.5 x 4.5 cm and 4.0 x 5.0 cm) letter of admission (bedingter ­Zulassungs-4. birth certificate6 be­scheid). Together with the conditional5. certificate of good conduct letter of admission and all other necessary (where available) documents you have to apply for a resi-6. health insurance for the period dence permit at the competent Austrian of entry to beginning of studies representation authority. Since the pro- (see ›Health insurance for students‹) cessing of the application has to be awaited7. notification of admission of the in your home country you should apply at Austrian educational institution least three months before the scheduled8. proof of sufficient financial means entrance examination. Sufficient finan- to cover one’s living costs for 12 months cial means and accommodation have to be in advance (for students up to 24 years shown credibly, e.g. confirmation of alimo- of age: € 450/month; ny payments of parents, pre­iminary rental l for students over 24 years of age: contract, reservation of a room in a student € 814/month (these amounts ­contain dormitory. the rent for accommodation of up to € 260.35 in 2012), e.g.: > 2. In case the Austrian authority ap- savings bank book / account in Austria / proves of your residence permit application declaration of guarantee of a person you can apply for a visa D to travel to Aus- living in Austria / Travellers Cheques tria. The visa D will be issued for 4 months.9. proof of accommodation The visa allows you to come to Austria to (rental agreement, accommodation take part in the entrance exam. agreement with a student hall of residence). The issue of the residence permit is subject to a fee (€ 120), additional 6 For legalisation and translation of fees may be applicable. documents see above
  14. 14. … no > 3. If you pass the entrance exam you housing have to provide the letter of admission stress! (Zu­lassungsbescheid / Aufnahmebestäti­ gung) and documents that prove sufficient finan­ ial means and accommo­ ation to the c d compe­ent Austrian authority to get your t residence permit. You have to pick up your resi­ ence permit within the validity period d of your visa! Students who may enter Austria without a visa may sit the exam without a visa and may apply afterwards for their residence permit in Austria within their visa-free stay.The OeAD Housing Office provides accom- Family members of studentsmodation in flats and student halls of resi-dence for recipients of OeAD grants, for Eras- In case of spouses or minors accompany-mus students, visiting lecturers and guests. ing the student a separate application for each person must be submitted. Proof ofParticularly in the summer months adequate health insurance, accommoda-(July – September) we have free capacities even for tion in Austria and a separate documentlarge groups (~ 200 places). Prices on request. showing the financing of the stay in Aus- tria must be produced for the whole fam- ily (€ 1,221.68 per month for couples,Examples: Guesthouse of the Vienna € 122.41 per month per child in 2012). Fam-Universities & Universities of Applied ily members are not allowed to take upSciences, 1020 Vienna, Molkereistraße 1 gainful employment in Austria.OeAD-Guesthouse Moserhofgasse8010 Graz, Moserhofgasse 41b Important notice: Entering Austria with a tourist visa (visa C) is not recommended because with such a visa you cannot apply For other flats look for a residence permit in Austria. A visa can- on our Homepage! not be renewed in Austria. For a renewal of the residence permit an ad­ditional confirmation of the success- ful course of study (›Studienerfolgsnach- > OeAD-Wohnraumverwaltungs GmbH weis‹) is necessary: examinations equalling Ebendorferstraße 7 | 1010 Vienna 8 hours/week or 16 ECTS credits per aca- housing@oead.at demic year.
  15. 15. Arriving in Austria – The Stay Study Programmes  14 | 15AccommodationThe Austrian Exchange Service (OeAD) andthe Austrian Student Union (Österreichi­sche Hochschülerschaft / ÖH) offer reason-ably priced accommodation for students.For details consult:OeAD: www.oead.at/housingÖH: www.oeh.at Attention: Nationals of EU/EEA countries and Swiss nationals have to apply addi-Youth hostels: www.oejhv.or.at tionally for a confirmation of registrationThe International Offices of the universities (Anmeldebescheinigung) if they stay inprovide help in finding private accommo- Austria for more than 3 months.dation. Health Insurance for StudentsRegistration Students admitted to an Austrian ­ niversity uIn Austria it is compulsory to register with or university of the arts or UAS degree pro-the municipal authorities (Meldeamt: Ge- gramme as regular degree programme stu­meindeamt, Magistratisches Bezirksamt) dents may take out a comprehensive healthwithin three working days of entering the insurance with one of the local ­ ublic carri- pcountry. For this you need a registration ers (Österreichische Gebietskran­kenkasse).form (Meldezettel, available from the regis­ This insurance is only available to ­ ustrians Atration offices or from the Internet), which and foreigners who have established a legal ­must be completed by you and signed by residence in Austria (and fulfil several re­your landlord  landlady. (In youth hostels /  qui­rements regarding duration of stu­dies,and hotels this registration is carried out change of study programmes, income, studyby the management when you check in.) A programmes already completed).change of address also has to be reported Forms to apply for this insurance coverageto the registration office within 3 working are available at the respective Gebiets­kran­days. kenkasse branch offices and the AustrianPlease do not forget to inform the registra- Student Union (ÖH – Öster­eichische Hoch- rtion office when you leave Austria. schülerschaft).
  16. 16. The insurance premium for this coveragecurrently amounts to € 49,85 (as of 2012)per month for students. Students can con-sult all physicians who have a contract withthe Gebietskrankenkasse. Students from Please enquire directly at the university orEU/EEA countries who are in possession of UAS of your choice to find out whether ora valid health insurance in their home coun- not the certificate / diploma you hold is alsotries need the ›European Health Insurance accepted as sufficient proof!Card‹.Students who do not meet these require- University Preparation Programmesments have to take out insurance with pri-  Vorstudienlehrgänge of the OeADvate insurance companies or the local in- In addition many universities offer the pos-surance carriers (Gebietskrankenkassen) sibility to attend language courses at thethem­selves (higher premium)! University Preparation Programmes (›Vor­ studienlehrgänge‹) of the OeAD located in Vienna, Graz and Leoben (addresses see ap- German Language and pendix). By attending these programmes University Preparation Courses students can prepare for supplementary examinations (e.g. in mathematics or Ger-The main language of instruction at Aus- man …), which they have to take to be ad- trian universities and UAS is German, only a mitted to a degree programme. Students few programmes are taught in English, see: can also begin their studies without know- www.oead.at/international_programmes. ledge of German and be admitted to univer- In order to be admitted to a degree program­ sity studies after passing the supplementary me you have to prove sufficient know­ed­ e examination in German (or other subjects). l g of German. At some universities you need Other institutions and organisations also proficiency in German corresponding to offer a variety of German language courses level B2, at others corresponding to level for foreigners. For more information consult C1 of the Com­ on European Framework of m Campus ­Austria, the association of Austrian­ Reference for Languages. There are differ­ language schools: ent diplomas that are accepted, e.g. the­›Österreichisches Sprachdiplom Deutsch‹, Campus Austria | c/o WIHOK Austria’s officially recognised examination Alser Straße 4 | 1st courtyard system for German as a foreign language 1090 Wien/Vienna with licensed examination centres all over info@campus-austria.at the world: www.osd.at. www.campus-austria.at
  17. 17. Study Programmes  16 | 17Working in Austriaa)  For students who are EU or EEA or Swissnationals there are no restrictions con-cerning work in Austria as long as the fiscal c)  In case your study plan recommends orand national insurance regulations are met. requires the proof of a vocational intern­Important exception: Students from Bul- ship (Berufspraktika) you will not need agaria and Romania still need a work permit working permit. A vocational internship isbefore taking up gainful employment (de- an employment (practical training) whichtails see in the following). Students from is required by the study plan of an AustrianEstonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, educational institution with public status.Slovenia, the Czech Republic and Hungary The employer has to notify (Anzeige­be­stä­do not need a work permit since May 2011. ti­gung) the employment service (Arbeits­ marktservice) and the competent authori­ y tb)  Students from third countries need a for taxes (Abgabenbehörde) at least 2 weekswork permit to work in Austria. The per- before the beginning of the employment.mit is to be obtained by the employer be-fore the student starts working. The workpermit is granted for students in a bachelor Further Informationprogramme for up to 10 hours per week, forstudents in a master programme for up to The Austrian Student Union (Österreichi­20 hours per week. Work in the field of sci- sche Hochschülerschaft / ÖH) is the legalence and research or on the basis of a con- representative body of all students in Aus-tract for work and labour (self-employment, tria: www.oeh.at›Werkvertrag‹) (by which you are not fully Social and cultural institutions as well as theemployed and have to take care of your in- public transport providers offer reductionscome tax and health insurance yourself) for students. The Austrian Student Uniondoes not require a permit. Further informa- (Österreichische Hochschülerschaft) in-tion is available from the employment ser- forms students about these reductions andvice (Arbeitsmarktservice / AMS www.ams. provides information about all matters con-or.at). Please note that your stay in Austria cerning their studies.cannot be financed exclusively by suchemployment! Your work must not com- The University Sports Departmentspromise your stu­ ies. Non-compliance with (USI  – Universitäts  Sportinstitut) offer a d - these regulations may lead to expulsion wide range of opportunities for practisingfrom Austria! sports at reasonable prices.
  18. 18. Solutions For mobile Researchers EURAXESS – Researchers in Motion www.ec.europa.eu/euraxess EURAXESS Austria www.euraxess.at Student OmbudsmanFor general questions and individual prob-lems related to studying or doing research atAustrian universities, universities of appliedsciences or university colleges of teachereducation as well as for several aspects ofstudent life in Austria (entry and residencerequirements, housing, etc.) a central stu-dent ombudsman office (›Studierendenan- Studierendenanwaltschaftwaltschaft‹) is available for Austrian and in- Minoritenplatz 5 | 1014 Wien/Viennaternational students. Students can consult  Toll free telephonethe webpage (www.diesan.at) or address in- (Mon – Fri  9 am – 4 pm)dividual enquiries or complaints to this of-  T 0800/311 650fice. Cases are dealt with free of charge and san@bmwf.gv.atin full confidentiality. www.diesan.at
  19. 19. The Costs of Studying in Austria Study Programmes  18 | 19Living CostsIn the following table you will find an esti-mate of the monthly living costs for stu­dents (in euros). These figures only serve asa guideline and cannot be seen as binding.Under accommodation costs a place in astudent hall of residence has been used as > The student union membership feethe basis of calculation. ›ÖH-Beitrag‹ is € 16,86 per semester and is compulsory for all students.Accommodation € 310(including heating and electricity) > The student accident insurance fee is € 0.36 per semester Food € 220 (as at February 2009).(excluding luxuries and tobacco) An exemption from paying tuition fees isStudies € 270 possible in special cases (e.g. for partici-and personal requirements pants in exchange programmes and univer-(books, culture, recreation) sity partnerships, students from the leastTotal  per month € 800 developed countries). Students from other developing countries and Central and East- ern European reform countries may be ex-Tuition Fees empted or apply for a full or partial refund of the tuition fees according to the universities’ ­Universities and own rules. Further information is available atUniversities of the Arts www.oead.at/studienbeitrag.> For Austrian students and students who Universities of have the same status as Austrians (i.e. ­ Applied Sciences (UAS) nationals of all EU and EEA member countries) and who have not exceeded are entitled to charge tuition fees. For more the minimum duration of their study details please contact the institution of your programme plus two semesters no fee choice directly. is payable. In the case of University Training Courses> For all other students, including state­ | University Level Courses (Universitäts­ less persons and those with un­ lear na- c lehr­gänge) | Private Universities & Uni­ tio­nality: € 363.36 per semester. (This versity Colleges of Teacher Education the regulation is valid until February 2012, tuition fees differ from one institution to after February 2012 contact the univer- the other and should be enquired about at sity or visit www.oead.at/studienbeitrag) the individual institutions.
  20. 20. > appear – Austrian Partnership Pro­Scholarship Programmes gramme in Higher Education and Re­ search for Development, 2010 – 2014;Various scholarship programmes are offered for selected master programmes andby Austrian organisations. doctoral studies ; only for ADC (AustrianPlease note that there are hardly any scho­lar- Development Cooperation) key regionsships for an entire study programme in Aus- and priority countries in the South. tria. www.appear.at Please note that most grant / scholarship pro­- ERASMUSgrammes do not permit gainful employ-ment! Join more than 4,000 Erasmus students who study in Austria every year  Erasmus !Unilateral Scholarship Programmes is the European flagship programme for higher education and training, involving 33With a number of unilateral scholarship countries. The programme supports stud-pro­grammes the Republic of Austria pro- ies & work placements for students as wellvides the possibility for foreign students, as teaching & training for HEI staff. It is partgra­ uates, post-docs and university teach- of the EU Programme for Lifelong Learn­ ders to study or carry out research work at ing which also provides funding for schoolAustrian universities. education, vocational and adult education.The most important of such scholarships are www.lebenslanges-lernen.at the following: www.oead.at/erasmus> Ernst Mach Grant (all fields of study), CEEPUS www.oead.at/mach Students, post-graduate students and tea-> Franz Werfel Grant for young uni- chers from the countries participating in versity teachers of German language CEEPUS (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and ­Austrian literature, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, www.oead.at/werfel the Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montene-> Richard Plaschka Grant for university gro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovak Repub- lecturers in the field of history who lic and Slovenia) have the opportunity to are ­ rimarily occupied with Austria-re- come to Austria in the framework of exist­ p lated topics, ing networks (or as Freemovers). www.oead.at/plaschka www.oead.at/ceepus
  21. 21. Study Programmes  20 | 21 There are two categories of ERASMUS MUNDUS students: > Category A: Students from third coun- tries who have lived in Europe for less than 12 months in the last 5 years. > Category B: ›European students‹ or students from third countries who have lived in Europe for more than 12 months in the last 5 years. ERASMUS MUNDUS Masters Courses with Austrian Participation for the winter term 2012/13:ERASMUS MUNDUS II – Masters Cour- > ASTROMUNDUS – Astrophysics ses and Joint Doctorate Programmes (University of Innsbruck, coordinator)ERASMUS MUNDUS offers a full-time > MIND – Erasmus Mundus Master’sscholarship for excellent students – not programme in Industrial Ecologyonly from Austria or Europe but from all (University of Graz, coordinator)over the world – who have successfully ap- > MARIHE – Research and Innovation inplied for an ERASMUS MUNDUS Masters Higher Education (Danube UniversityCourse or an ERASMUS MUNDUS Joint Krems, coordinator)Doctorate Programme. > EMGS – Global Studies – A EuropeanAn ERASMUS MUNDUS study course lasts Perspective (University of Vienna,between 1 – 2 (Masters) or 3 – 4 (PhD) years. partner)A minimum of three European higher edu-cation institutions (EU or EEA) are actively > EMLE – European Master in Law andinvolved. Students need to study at least at Economics (University of Vienna,two different European higher education in- partner)stitutions. > MScEF – Master of Science in EuropeanFurthermore, it is possible for third country Forestry (BOKU, partner)universities (not EU or EEA) to participate > IMHS – International Master in Horti-in the consortium of an ERASMUS MUNDUS cultural Sciences (BOKU, partner)study course and therefore host EM stu-dents for one semester. Internships in en­ > EMPCL – European Master’s Program interprises and at research institutions are Computational Logic (Vienna Universitypossible, too. of Technology, partner)
  22. 22. ERASMUS MUNDUS Masters Course without financial support: Winter term 2012/13> EM-ABG – European Master in Animal Breeding and Genetics (BOKU, partner)ERASMUS MUNDUS Joint Doctorate Pro-grammes with Austrian Participation forthe winter term 2012/13:> ICE – Interactive and Cognitive Environments (University of Klagenfurt, partner) Subscription to the Austrian ERASMUS MUNDUS Students Newsletter: emstudentinfo@oead.at www.oead.at/erasmus-mundus- studentsAktionenThere are three bilateral ›Aktionen‹ be-tween the Slovak Republic, the Czech Re-public, Hungary and Austria providing scho-larships as well as project-oriented sup-port. www.oead.at/aktionenJoint Study ProgrammesThe universities have funds for Joint StudyProgrammes, university partnerships andshort-term study grants abroad at their dis-posal. For detailed information about these andother scholarships consult the online scho-larship database grants.at maintained bythe OeAD. www.grants.at
  23. 23. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master
  24. 24. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt 1 University of Natural Resources and Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben Life Sciences, Vienna University of Vienna University of Graz 2 University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna University of Linz 3 WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen A  African Studies | Afrikanistik BA African Studies | BA Afrikanistik ♦ MA African Studies | MA Afrikanistik ♦ Agriculture | Landwirtschaft ♦ BA Agricultural Sciences | BA Agrarwissenschaften MA Agricultural Biology | MA Agrarbiologie ♦ MA Agricultural & Food Economy MA Agrar- & Ernährungswirtschaft ♦ MA Applied Plant Sciences MA Angewandte Pflanzenwissenschaften ♦ MA European Master in Animal Breeding & Genetics (DDP) (EM-ABG) ♦ ♦ MA Livestock Sciences | MA Nutztierwissenschaften MA Ecological Agriculture MA Ökologische Landwirtschaft ♦ Ancient History & History of the Classical World | Alte Geschichte & Altertumskunde BA Ancient History & History of the Classical World / Ancient Studies | BA Alte Geschichte & ♦ ♦ ♦ Altertumskunde / Altertumswissenschaften MA Ancient History & History of the Classical World | MA Alte Geschichte & Altertumskunde ♦ ♦ ♦ Anthrozoology Anthrozoologie – Mensch-Tier-Beziehung BA Anthrozoolgy BA Anthrozoologie – Mensch-Tier-Beziehung ♦ Applied Business Administration Angewandte Betriebswirtschaft BA Applied Business Administration BA Angewandte Betriebswirtschaft ♦
  25. 25. Study Programmes  24 | 25 Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦ - -♦  in co-operation with Diploma degree programme■● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation [SSTA]► Individual study programmeBA Economy & Law | BA Wirtschaft & Recht ♦MA Applied Business Administration MA Angewandte Betriebswirtschaft ♦MA International Management ♦Applied Cultural SciencesAngewandte Kulturwissenschaft BA Applied Cultural SciencesBA Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft ♦ BA Cultural SciencesBA Kulturwissenschaften ♦ MA Applied Cultural SciencesMA Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft ♦MA CREOLE Cultural Differences & Transnational ♦ Processes (DDP) Applied GeosciencesAngewandte Geowissenschaften BA Applied GeosciencesBA Angewandte Geowissenschaften ♦ MA Applied GeosciencesMA Angewandte Geowissenschaften ♦Archeology | ArcheologienBA Archeology | BA Archeologien ♦ MA Archeology | MA Archeologien ♦ Architecture | Architektur BA Architecture | BA Architektur ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Architecture | MA Architektur ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Building Science & Technology ♦ Art History | Kunstgeschichte BA Art History | BA Kunstgeschichte ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦
  26. 26. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Art History | MA Kunstgeschichte ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Art Science | AA Kunstwissenschaften ♦ Astronomy | Astronomie BA Astronomy | BA Astronomie ♦ MA Astronomy | MA Astronomie ♦ B Bioinformatics | Bioinformatik MA Bioinformatics | MA Bioinformatik ♦ Biology | Biologie BA Biology | BA Biologie ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ BA Ecology & Biodiversity BA Ökologie & Biodiversität ♦ BA Physiology / Cytobiology BA Physiologie / Zellbiologie ♦ BA Genetics | BA Genetik ♦ MA Anthropology | MA Anthropologie ♦ MA Botany – Botany / Plant Biology MA Botanik-Botanik / Pflanzenbiologie ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Evolution Biology | MA Evolutionsbiologie ♦ MA Genetics – Genetics & Developmental Biology MA Genetik – Genetik & Entwicklungsbiologie ♦ ♦ MA Microbiology | MA Mikrobiologie ♦ MA Molecular Biology | MA Molekulare Biologie ♦ MA Molecular Microbiology & Immunobiology MA Molekulare Mikrobiologie & Immunbiologie ♦ MA Molecular Cytobiology & Developmental Biology ♦ MA Molekulare Zell- & Entwicklungsbiologie
  27. 27. Study Programmes  26 | 27 Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of LinzDegree programmes and their specificationsStudien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Environmental Protection &Biodiversity Management ♦ MA Naturschutz & Biodiversitätsmanagement MA Ecology | MA Ökologie ♦ MA Ecology & BiodiversityMA Ökologie & Biodiversität ♦ MA Ecology / Environmental BiologyMA Ökologie / Umweltbiologie ♦MA Ecology & Evolutionary BiologyMA Ökologie & Evolutionsbiologie ♦ MA Palaeobiology | MA Paläobiologie ♦ MA Plant Sciences | MA Pflanzenwissenschaften ♦ ♦ – ♦ –MA Behavioral PhysiologyMA Verhaltensphysiologie ♦ MA Behaviour, Neuro- & Cognition SciencesMA Verhaltens-, Neuro- & Kognitionswissenschaften ♦ MA Zoology – Zoology / Animal BiologyMA Zoologie – Zoologie / Tierbiologie ♦ ♦ ♦ Biology & Environmental Ecology (SSTA)Biologie & Umweltkunde (Lehramt) ● ● ● ● Biomedical Engineering BA Biomedical Engineering ♦MA Biomedical Engineering ♦ ♦Biomedical Technology | Biomedizinische Technik ►Biomedicine & BiotechnologyBiomedizin & Biotechnologie BA Biomedicine & BiotechnologyBA Biomedizin & Biotechnologie ♦MA Biomedicine & BiotechnologyMA Biomedizin & Biotechnologie ♦
  28. 28. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen Biotechnology & Bio­processing Technology Biotechnologie & Bioprozesstechnik MA Biotechnology | MA Biotechnologie ♦ – ♦ – Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (SSTA) Bosnisch/Kroatisch/Serbisch (Lehramt) ● ● Business Administration | Betriebswirtschaft BA Business Administration BA Betriebswirtschaft ♦ ♦ MA Business Administration MA Betriebswirtschaft ♦ ♦ Business Informatics | Wirtschaftsinformatik BA Business Informatics | BA Wirtschaftsinformatik ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Business Informatics | MA Wirtschaftsinformatik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Master of International Business Informatics (DDP) ♦ MA Master of Internat. Business Informatics (DDP) MA JMP Digital Business Management ♦ Business Information Management Betriebliches Informationsmanagement ► Business Law | Wirtschaftsrecht ■ BA Business Law | BA Wirtschaftsrecht ♦ ♦ MA Law & Business for Engineers MA Recht & Wirtschaft für Techniker/innen ♦ MA Business Law | MA Wirtschaftsrecht ♦ MA Taxation | MA Steuerwissenschaften ♦ Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies Byzantinistik & Neogräzistik BA Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies BA Byzantinistik & Neogräzistik ♦
  29. 29. Study Programmes  28 | 29 Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies MA Byzantinistik & Neogräzistik ♦ C Catholic Religion (SSTA) Katholische Religion (Lehramt) ● ● ● ● Catholic Religious Education Studies Katholische Religionspädagogik BA Catholic Religious Education Studies BA Katholische Religionspädagogik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ MA Catholic Religious Education Studies MA Katholische Religionspädagogik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ Catholic Theology Fachtheologie (Katholische Theologie) ■ ■ ■ ■ Celtic Studies | Keltologie ► Chemistry | Chemie BA Chemistry | BA Chemie ♦ ♦ ♦ – – ♦ BA Biological Chemistry | BA Biologische Chemie ♦ MA Chemistry | MA Chemie ♦ ♦ ♦ – – ♦ MA Biological Chemistry | MA Biologische Chemie ♦ MA JMP Biological Chemistry ♦ Chemistry (SSTA) | Chemie (Lehramt) ● ● ● ● ● Civil Engineering | Bauingenieurwesen BA Civil & Environmental Engineering Sciences BA Bau- & Umweltingenieurwissenschaften ♦ BA Civil Engineering & Infrastructure Management BA Bauingenieurwesen & Infrastrukturmanagement ♦ BA Civil Engineering – Environment & Economy BA Bauingenieurwissenschaft – Umwelt & Wirtschaft ♦ MA Civil & Environmental Engineering Sciences MA Bau- & Umweltingenieurwissenschaften ♦
  30. 30. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Civil Engineering – Constructive Engineering MA Bauingenieurwesen – Konstruktiver ♦ ♦ Ingenieurbau MA Civil Engineering – Construction Engineering & Geotechnology | MA Bauingenieurwesen – ♦ Bauwirtschaft & Geotechnik MA Civil Engineering | Construction Engineering ♦ MA Civil Engineering – Infrastructure Planning & Infrastructure Management | MA Bauingenieur- ♦ wesen – Infrastrukturplanung & -management MA Civil Engineering – Geotechnology & Hydraulic Engineering | MA Bauingenieurwissen- schaften – Geotechnik & Wasserbau ♦ MA Civil Engineering – Environment & Traffic MA Bauingenieurwissenschaften – Umwelt & Verkehr ♦ MA Domotronics | MA Domotronik ♦ BA Industrial Engineering – Civil Engineering BA Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – ♦ Bauingenieurwissenschaften MA Industrial Engineering – Civil Engineering MA Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – ♦ Bauingenieurwissenschaften Classical Archaeology | Klassische Archäologie BA Archaeologies | BA Archäologien ♦ BA Classical Archaeology BA Klassische Archäologie ♦ BA Classical Archaeology & Archaeology of the former Roman Provinces | BA Klassische & Provinzialrömische Archäologie ♦ MA Archaeologies | MA Archäologien ♦ MA Classical Archaeology MA Klassische Archäologie ♦ ♦
  31. 31. Study Programmes  30 | 31 Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of LinzDegree programmes and their specificationsStudien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Classical Archaeology & Archaeology ofthe former Roman Provinces | MA Klassische &Provinzialrömische Archäologie ♦ Classica et OrientaliaAlte Geschichte und Orientalistik BA Classica et OrientaliaBA Alte Geschichte und Altorientalistik ♦ MA Classica et OrientaliaMA Alte Geschichte und Altorientalistik ♦ MA European Master in Classical Cultures ♦ Classical Philology | Klassische Philologie BA Classical Philology | BA Klassische Philologie ♦ MA Classical Philology (Greek Studies)MA Klassische Philologie (Gräzistik) ♦ MA Classical Philology (Latin)MA Klassische Philologie (Latinistik) ♦ MA Latin Philology of the Middle Ages &Modern Times | MA Lateinische Philologie desMittelalters & der Neuzeit ♦ MA Ancient History of Literature, Mind &Reception | MA Antike Literatur-, Geistes- & ♦ Rezeptionsgeschichte Classical Philology – GreekKlassische Philologie – Griechisch BA Greek | BA Griechisch ♦ MA Greek | MA Griechisch ♦ Classical Philology – LatinKlassische Philologie – Latein ■ BA Latin | BA Latein ♦ MA Latin | MA Latein ♦
  32. 32. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen Cognition Sciences | Kognitionswissenschaft MA Middle European interdisciplinary master programme in Cognitive Science (DDP) ♦ MA Middle European interdisciplinary master programme in Cognitive Science (DDP) Comparative Literature Studies Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft BA Comparative Literature Studies BA Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft ♦ MA Comparative Literature Studies MA Vergleichende Literaturwissenschaft ♦ ♦ MA Comparative Literature & Cultural Studies MA Vergleichende Literatur- & Kulturwissenschaft ♦ Computational Logic MA Computational Logic (DDP) ♦ Computational Sciences BA Computational Sciences ♦ Computer Science Management Informatikmanagement BA Information Management BA Informationsmanagement ♦ BA Software Development – Business BA Softwareentwicklung – Wirtschaft ♦ MA Software Development – Business MA Softwareentwicklung – Wirtschaft ♦ MA Information Management MA Informationsmanagement ♦ Computer Sciences | Informatik BA Computer Sciences | BA Informatik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ BA Applied Computer Sciences BA Angewandte Informatik ♦
  33. 33. Study Programmes  32 | 33 Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of LinzDegree programmes and their specificationsStudien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Informatics didactics | MA Informatikdidaktik ♦ – ♦ – ♦BA Media Informatics | BA Medieninformatik BA Medical InformaticsBA Medizinische Informatik ♦BA Software & Information Engineering ♦BA Technical InformaticsBA Technische Informatik ♦BA Business InformaticsBA Wirtschaftsinformatik ♦ MA Applied Computer SciencesMA Angewandte Informatik ♦MA Computer Sciences | MA Informatik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦MA Computational Intelligence ♦MA Computer Graphics / Digital Image Processing ♦MA Computergraphik /Digitale Bildverarbeitung MA International Business Informatics (DPP)MA International Business Informatics (DPP) ♦ MA Media Informatics | MA Medieninformatik ♦ ♦MA Medical InformaticsMA Medizinische Informatik ♦ ♦MA Scientific ComputingMA Scientific Computing ♦ MA Software Engineering / Internet ComputingMA Software Engineering / Internet Computing ♦ MA Technical InformaticsMA Technische Informatik ♦MA Business InformaticsMA Wirtschaftsinformatik ♦ MA Networks & SecurityMA Netzwerke & Sicherheit ♦
  34. 34. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Software Engineering ♦ MA Pervasive Computing ♦ Computer Sciences & Information Management (SSTA) ● ● ● – ● ● – ● ● Informatik & Informatik­management (Lehramt) Cultural & Social Anthropology Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie (Völkerkunde) BA Cultural & Social Anthropology BA Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie ♦ MA Cultural & Social Anthropology MA Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie ♦ Czech (SSTA) | Tschechisch (Lehramt) ● D Dentistry | Zahnmedizin ■ ■ ■ Descriptive Geometry (SSTA) Darstellende Geometrie (Lehramt) ● ● Dutch Studies | Nederlandistik BA Dutch Studies | BA Nederlandistik ♦ BA Dutch Language, Literature & Culture in a Central European Context (DCC) ♦ MA Dutch Studies | MA Nederlandistik ♦ E Economic & Social Sciences    Wirtschafts- & Sozialwissenschaften BA Economic & Social Sciences BA Wirtschafts- & Sozialwissenschaften ♦ MA International Management (CEMS) ♦ MA Management ♦ MA Finance & Accounting ♦ MA Quantitative Finance | MA Quantitative Finance ♦ MA Socio-Economics | MA Soziökonomie ♦
  35. 35. Study Programmes  34 | 35 Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of LinzDegree programmes and their specificationsStudien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Strategy, Innovation & Management Control ♦ MA Supply Chain Management ♦ MA Taxation and AccountingMA Steuer- und Rechnungslegung ♦ Economic Sciences | Wirtschaftswissenschaften BA Economics | BA Wirtschaftswissenschaften ♦BA Economic Sciences – Management &Economics | BA Wirtschaftswissenschaften –Management & Economics ♦ MA Accounting, Auditing & Taxation ♦MA Applied EconomicsMA Angewandte Ökonomik ♦ MA Banking & Finance ♦MA Economics ♦ MA Finance and Accounting ♦ MA General Management ♦ MA JMP Global Business ♦ MA Management and Applied Economics ♦ MA Organization Studies ♦MA Quantitative Economics, Managementand Finance ♦ MA Strategic ManagementMA Strategisches Management ♦ Economics (also SSTA)Wirtschaftspädagogik (auch für Lehramt) ■MA Economics | MA Wirtschaftspädagogik ♦ ♦ ♦Education | Pädagogik BA Education Science | BA Bildungswissenschaft ♦ BA Education | BA Pädagogik ♦ ♦
  36. 36. Degree Programme Studiesat the Austrian UniversitiesDiploma, Bachelor & Master Univ.2 of Veterinary Medicine Vienna WU 3 (Economics/Business) Vienna Univ.1 of Natural Resources Vienna Vienna University of Technology Graz University of Technology Medical University Innsbruck Medical University Vienna University of Klagenfurt Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Leoben University of Vienna University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen BA Education Science | BA Erziehungswissenschaft ♦ BA Education Sciences BA Erziehungs- & Bildungswissenschaft ♦ MA Adult- and vocational education MA Erwachsenen- & Berufsbildung ♦ MA Education Science | MA Bildungswissenschaft ♦ ♦ MA Education Science | MA Erziehungswissenschaft MA Education Sciences MA Erziehungs- & Bildungswissenschaft ♦ MA School Pedagogy | MA Schulpädagogik ♦ MA Social Pedagogoy/Integration Pedagogoy MA Sozialpädagogik / Integrationspädagogik ♦ ♦ MA Further Education – Lifelong Learning MA Weiterbildung – Lebensbegleitende Bildung ♦ MA Inclusive Education ♦ Egyptian Studies | Ägyptologie BA Egyptian Studies | BA Ägyptologie ♦ MA Egyptian Studies | MA Ägyptologie ♦ Electrical Engineering – Audio Engineer Elektrotechnik – Toningenieur BA Electrical Engineering – Audio Engineer BA Elektrotechnik – Toningenieur ♦ MA Electrical Engineering – Audio Engineer MA Elektrotechnik–Toningenieur ♦ Electrical Engineering | Elektrotechnik BA Electrical Engineering BA Elektrotechnik (und Informationstechnik) ♦ ♦ MA Automation Engineering MA Automatisierungstechnik ♦ ♦ MA Computer Engineering | MA Computertechnik

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