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  1. Study Programmes A Brief Guide for International Students Vienna, March 2017

  2. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: Editor and Publisher: OeAD [Österreichische Austauschdienst]-Gesellschaft mit beschränkter Haftung. Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Re search [OeAD- GmbH] | 1010 Vienna | Ebendorferstraße 7 | T +43 1/534 08-0 | F +43 1/534 08-999 | info@oead.at | www.oead.at| Head Office: Vienna | FN 320219 k | Commercial Court Vienna | DVR 4000157 | ATU64808925 |Responsible for the content: Eva Müllner |Translation: Mag. Irmgard Schmoll |Graphic Design and Cover Design: FH JOANNEUM – University of Applied Sciences Graz | Bettina Hoffellner, Daniela Bisail | Illustration: Daniela Bisail | Printed by: one2print/DI Hans A. Gruber KG | Produced and financed with the support of the Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy | Vienna 2017

  3. Preface Welcome to Austria In this publication you will find tables of the degree programmes at the Austrian universities and universities of applied sciences. Further appli cation requirements and procedures is available from the institutions mentioned in this brochure. information about Are you interested in studying in Austria ? General information about Austria is avail able from the Austrian representa- tive autho rities (embassies, consulates) and Austrian cultural forums1, Austrian tourist offices2 and Austrian commercial attachés3. Because of its rich cultural past and pre sent Austria is cherished by people all over the world. The varied landscape is of great importance for tourism, there are many skiing resorts; in the summer there are lots of opportuni- ties for hiking and climbing or for water sports on the numerous lakes. Detailed information concerning the oppor tuni ties in the field of higher edu cation in Austria can also be found at: www.bmwfw.gv.at (website of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy), www.studyinaustria.at (com- prehensive information about studying in Austria) or www.studienwahl.at/en (all degree programmes in Austria, incl. search for programmes taught in English). Other factors for a stay in Austria are the great social security, the economic stability and the great hospitality of the Austrians. The Austrian educational system offers you a broad spectrum of educational oppor tu- nities. This is why Austria is an ideal place for studying and living. The information from this brochure along with numerous additional references and links can also be found on the website of the OeAD − Austrian Agency for Internatio- nal Cooperation in Education and Research www.oead.at. This new edition of the ›Study in Austria‹ bro chure will provide a general overview and serve as a basic guide: By providing information about entry and residence regulations, general ad mission and necessary steps to take after arrival in Austria we want to help you plan your stu dies in Austria. conditions for 1 www.bmeia.gv.at 2 www.austria.info 3 www.wko.at

  4. Table of Contents Preface – Welcome to Austria Higher Education Institutions in Austria Universities and Universities of the Arts Private Universities Certificate University Programmes for Further Education 7 Universities of Applied Sciences University Colleges of Teacher Education Studying and Residence in Austria Application for Admission to Study in Austria Entry and Residence Conditions Arriving in Austria – The Stay Accommodation Registration Health Insurance for Students German Language and University Preparation Courses 14 Working in Austria Student Ombudsman The Costs of Studying in Austria Living Costs Tuition Fees Scholarship Programmes 3 6 6 7 8 9 10 10 11 13 13 13 14 15 17 18 18 18 19

  5. Tables Addresses Universities Universities of the Arts Medical Universities Private Universities Universities of Applied Sciences University Colleges of Teacher Education University Preparation Programmes Diplomatic Academy of Vienna & IST Austria Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities (Diploma, Bachelor & Master Programmes) Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities of the Arts (Diploma, Bachelor & Master Programmes) Doctoral Programmes at the Austrian Universities and Universities of the Arts Degree Programme Studies at the Universities of Applied Sciences (Diploma, Bachelor & Master Programmes) 23 65 77 81 111 115 116 117 118 121 122 122

  6. Higher Education Institutions in Austria* Public Universities Apart from the traditional comprehensive universities, which offer a wide variety of disciplines, there are a number of techni- cal and medical specialist uni versities as well as a university centre for postgradu- ate edu cation. Structure of study programmes In the last decades the Austrian university system has introduced the European three­tier system of degrees according to the Bologna Process. Besides, the old two­tier system still ex­ ists in some subject areas and uni versities (for example medicine). Austria’s six universities of the arts offer programmes in music, applied, performing and fine arts as well as in the visual arts and design. Though the common language of instruction remains German, an increas- ing number of programmes is offered in English, see: Bachelor and master study programmes Most degree programmes are divided into Æ Bachelor programmes, which con- clude with the degree of Bachelor. ECTS credits: 180 (in special cases: 240) Æ Master programmes, which require the successful completion of a bachelor study programme and conclude with the academic degree of Master. ECTS credits: at least 120 www.studienwahl.at/en The total number of students is 280,445 (of whom international students: 73,795). (Statistik Austria 2015/16) Academic calendar The academic year in Austria as a rule be- gins on October 1st and ends on September 30th of the following year. It consists of: Traditional diploma programmes These programmes conclude with the award of a diploma: Magistra or Magister in most disciplines or Diplomingenieur(in) for engineers. Duration: 4 – 6 years. Æ winter semester (October 1st to January 30th), Æ summer semester (March 1st to September 30th) and periods during which no lectures are held (Christmas, semester and summer breaks). (Exceptions from this schedule are possible; please enquire at the edu­ cational institution of your choice.) Doctoral studies (Dr. / PhD) Doctoral studies are based on the successful completion of diploma or master degree pro- grammes and are conceived to demonstrate the ability of autonomous research. Doctor- al programmes conclude with the degree of “Doktor/in” or ›PhD‹. The duration is at least three years without the award of ECTS credits. * for addresses see appendix

  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. Certificate University Program- mes for Further Education Universitätslehrgänge Certificate university programmes for fur- ther education are the main form of con- tinuing education offered at universities and universities of applied sciences. An in- ternationally common master degree (MA, MSc, MBA,... depending on the discipline) is awarded when the certificate university programme for further education is com- parable to the respective master degree programme with regard to admission con- ditions, content and scope of the curricu- lum. Usually these programmes comprise 90 to 120 ECTS credits. Most programmes are part-time programmes, therefore the duration varies from one up to three or four years. The Austrian private universities refine exis- ting and establish new degree programmes based on current and future educational needs. Periodic external re-accreditation reviews supplement internal quality man- agement and provide graduates with excel- lent chan ces for their future careers. The Conference of Austrian Private Univer- sities (OePUK) serves as official represent- ative for its members both in Austria and abroad. The curricula of the Austrian private uni- versities as well as the academic degrees awarded by them differ from university to university. In all other cases the title ›Akademischer …‹ or ›Akademische…‹ (›Academic….‹) togeth- er with an attribute characterising the field of the certificate university programme for further education may be awarded if the programme comprises a minimum of 60 ECTS credits. www.privatuniversitaeten.at Information about these institutions and their programmes is available on the web- site of the Federal Ministry of Science, Re- search and Economy (www.bmwfw.gv.at) and from the private universities direct- ly. The number of students is 10,202 (of whom international students: 4,017). (Statistik Austria 2015/16) An overview of the cour ses on offer can be found at: www.studienwahl.at/en

  8. Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) Fachhochschulen (FH) Universities of Applied Sciences offer their students professionally-oriented higher education. 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 reason most of the programmes have an entrance procedure, which has to be successfully completed. UAS offer full-time and extra-occupation- al study programmes. Extra-occupational programmes are designed for working stu- dents and take their specific situation into account. For the completion of all UAS pro- grammes a relevant thesis and an examina- tion are required. Æ UAS bachelor programmes: 3 years Bachelor UAS master programmes: 1 – 2 years Master At present more than 600 UAS degree programmes in areas such as Business, En- gineering and IT, Social Scien ces, Media and Design, Health Sciences and Cultur- al Sciences are offered by 21 institutions (see list on page 82). About 80 degree programmes are offered entirely in English. The academic degrees awarded are Bachelor and Master. In the technical fields Master of Science or Diplom -Ingenieur(in) (equiv- alent to a Master of Science) are awarded. Graduates of UAS master’s programmes may enrol in doctoral programmes at uni- versities. In line with the Bologna Process Universities of Applied Sciences have of- fered bache lor’s and master’s programmes since 2003. The total number of students is approx- imately 48,051. 17% of the students go abroad for a period of study or a professio- nal placement.

  9. Study Programmes 8 | 9 University Colleges of Teacher Education The 14 Austrian university colleges of teacher education, nine state-run univer- sity colleges as well as five private institu- tions, offer qualifications and continuing further education programmes for peda- gogical and especially teaching professions. Æ Bachelor and master degree for teaching qualification at primary level Æ Bachelor and master degree for teaching qualification at secondary level (secondary school) Æ Bachelor degree programmes alone as well as bachelor and master degree programmes for teaching qualification at secondary level (vocational schools) Range of studies: Teaching qualifications are established as four-year (eight-semes- ter, workload 240 ECTS credits) bachelor's (Bachelor of Education, BEd) and at least one-year (two semester, at least 60 ECTS credits) master's (Master of Education, MEd) degree programmes. Master degree programmes with teaching qualification for secondary schools may only be offered in the form of a joint study programme with one (or several) universities. Further information All Austrian University Colleges of Teacher Education: www.ph-online.ac.at (in German only) Austrian Federal Ministry of Education (BMB): www.bmb.gv.at Public university colleges of teacher edu- cation establish the following degree pro- grammes: (total number of students 14,500 - 990 from abroad; Statistik Austria 2015/16)

  10. Studying and Residence in Austria Application for Admission to Study in Austria You have to send the application and ne­ ce s sary documents to the university, the university of applied sciences (Fachhoch- schule / UAS) or the UAS degree pro- gramme (applications submitted to the Austrian re presentative authorities will be forwarded to the educational institution – applications must arrive at the university on time, please bear in mind that forward- ing may take some time; submission of the application at the representative authority does not extend the deadlines!). Many uni- versities offer a ›registration of data‹ via Internet and will then send specific infor- mation to you via e-mail. Attention: In some study programmes, e.g. architecture, biology, economy, infor- matics, medicine, dentistry, psychology the university may limit admissions ei- ther by introducing an entrance examina- tion before admission or by carrying out a selection procedure until two semesters after admission (detailed information is available from the universities concerned). For many programmes proof of proficien­ cy in German is necessary and should also be included in the application documents, if available (e.g. German examination with- in the school leaving examination, lan- guage course diplomas). See ›German lan- guage courses‹ on page 14. Foreign documents have to be presented in the original (and in photocopy) and have to be legalised2. If documents are drawn up in languages other than German, legalised translations have to be added, translations done abroad also have to be legalised. Closing dates/deadlines and necessary requirements 1: At universities the closing dates for applica- tion for the winter semester are September 5th, for the summer semester February 5th. Further information about differing admis- sion periods and admission procedures (e.g. for study programmes with entrance ex- aminations), general and specific universi- ty entrance qualification and the necessary documents can be found at www.oead.at, www.studyinaustria.at, ginn.at and on the website of the university of your choice. 1 The requirements for admission to Certificate Univer- sity Programmes for Further Education differ from course to course and should be enquired about at the individual courses. 2 Legalisation is done by the competent authorities of the issuing countries and then by the Austrian rep- resentative authority in that country or – after prior legalisation by the re presentative authority in Austria of the country of issue of the document – by the Austrian Ministry for Foreign Affairs (legalisation office) (only for original documents). Documents from certain countries either require only an apostille or no legalisation at all. Detailed information is available from the Austrian representative authorities. www.studienbe University application forms can be down- loaded from the universities' websites or else the universities will send them to you.

  11. Study Programmes 10 | 11 Entry and Residence Conditions a) Nationals of EU and EEA member countries as well as Swiss nationals do not need visas or residence permits. When stay- ing in Austria for longer than 3 months (90 days) they, however, have to apply for a confirmation of registration (Anmelde- bescheinigung) at the residence authority (Landeshauptmann, Magistrat, Bezirks- hauptmannschaft) within 4 months of entry to Austria. Universities of the arts and UAS degree programmes have different application deadlines and often do not require proof of the general or specific university entrance qualification; instead, prospective students have to pass an entrance examinationor pro duce proof of relevant professional qua lification. Information about the pre- requisites (these differ from one institution to the other) is available from the universi- ties of the arts, the universities of applied sciences and UAS degree programmes. b) Other foreigners have, if they are stay- ing for longer than 6 months, to apply for a residence permit for study purposes (›Auf enthaltsbewilligung Studierender‹) 3 at the Austrian representative authority before entry to Austria after receipt of the notification of admission. The application will be sent to Austria and the decision has to be awaited in one’s country of residence (therefore the application should be sub- mitted at least 3 – 6 months before the in- tended arrival in Austria). If all prerequisites are met, the education- al institution will send the notification of admission or the invitation to sit an en­ trance examination to the address speci- fied by the applicant. Students may be admitted as degree programme students or – if supple mentary examinations are required and in the case of certificate uni- versity programmes for further education (Universitätslehr gänge) – as non-degree programme students. On arrival in Austria students have to enrol in person with the university or UAS degree programme. Exception: Applicants who are allowed to enter Austria without a visa (informa- tion about this is available from the Aus- trian embassies) may apply for and receive the residence permit from the residence authority once they are in Austria. 3 For stays of up to 6 months maximum a visa C for a maximum of 90 days or D (91 days to 6 months maximum) is sufficient, this, however, can neither be applied for nor renewed in Austria.

  12. If living with relatives or friends, an ›Accommodation Agreement‹ must be filled in and enclosed with the application. The following documents have to be submitted: Important notice: Entering Austria with a tourist visa (visa C) is not recommended because with such a visa you cannot apply for a residence permit in Austria. A visa can- not be renewed in Austria. 1. a fully completed and signed application form (available from the representative authority; can also be downloaded from the Internet) 2.valid passport (must be valid for the whole duration of your stay in Austria) 3. passport-sized colour photograph (3.5 x 4.5 cm) 4.birth certificate6 5.certificate of good conduct 6.health insurance for the period of entry to beginning of studies (see ›Health insurance for students‹) 7.notification of admission of the Austrian educational institution 8.proof of sufficient financial means to cover one’s living costs for 12 months in advance (for students up to 24 years of age: € 491.43/month; for students over 24 years of age: € 889.84/month (these amounts contain the rent for accommodation of up to € 284.32 in 2017), e.g.: savings bank book / account in Austria / declaration of guarantee of a person living in Austria / Traveller's Cheques 9.proof of accommodation (rental agreement, accommodation agreement with a student hall of residence, assignment of the right of use accommodation). The issue of the residence permit is subject to a fee (€ 120), additional fees may be applicable. For a renewal of the residence permit an ad ditional confirmation of the success- ful course of study (›Studienerfolgsnach- weis‹) is necessary: examinations equal- ling 8 hours/week or 16 ECTS credits per academic year. For details see: www.oead.at/entry Students with entrance examination If you have to sit an entrance examination at an Austrian university of the arts, the procedure for students who may not enter Austria without a visa will be the following: 1. On the basis of your application the university will issue a conditional letter of admission (bedingter Zulassungs­ be scheid). Together with the conditional letter of admission and all other necessary documents you have to apply for a resi- dence permit at the competent Austrian representative authority. Since the pro- cessing of the application has to be awaited in your home country you should apply at least three months before the scheduled entrance examination. Sufficient financial means and accommodation have to be 6 For legalisation and translation of documents see page 11

  13. Study Programmes 12 | 13 Arriving in Austria – The Stay Accommodation The Austrian Exchange Service (OeAD) and the Austrian Student Union (Österreichi- sche Hochschülerschaft / ÖH) offer reason- ably priced accommodation for students. For details consult: shown credibly, e.g. confirmation of alimo- ny payments of parents, pre liminary rental contract, reservation of a room in a student dormitory. 2. In case the Austrian authority approves of your residence permit application you can apply for a visa D to travel to Austria. The visa allows you to come to Austria to take part in the entrance exam. OeAD: www.housing.oead.at ÖH: www.oeh.at Youth hostels: www.oejhv.or.at The International Offices of the universities provide help in finding private accommo- dation. 3. If you pass the entrance exam you have to provide the letter of admission (Zu­ lassungsbescheid / Aufnahmebestäti­ gung) and documents that prove sufficient finan cial means and accommo dation to the compe tent Austrian residence autho- rity to get your residence permit. You have to pick up your resi dence permit in Austria within the validity period of your visa! Registration In Austria it is compulsory to register with the municipal authorities (Meldeamt: Ge- meindeamt, Magistratisches Bezirksamt) within three working days of entering the country. For this you need a registra- tion form (Meldezettel, available from the regis tration offices or from the Inter- net), which must be completed by you and signed by your landlord / landlady. (In youth hostels and hotels this registration is carried out by the management when you check in.) A change of address also has to be reported to the registration office with- in 3 working days. 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 (90 days). Family members of students In case of spouses or minors accompany- ing the student a separate application for each person must be submitted. Proof of adequate health insurance, accommo- dation in Austria and a separate document showing the financing of the stay in Aus- tria must be produced for the whole fam- ily (€ 1,334.17 per month for couples, € 137.30 per month per child in 2017). Fam- ily members are not allowed to take up gainful employment in Austria. Please do not forget to inform the registra- tion office when you leave Austria. Attention: Nationals of EU/EEA countries and Swiss nationals have to apply addi- tionally for a confirmation of registration (Anmeldebescheinigung) if they stay in Austria for more than 3 months.

  14. Health Insurance for Students Students admitted to an Austrian univer- sity or university of the arts or UAS degree programme as regular degree pro- gramme stu dents may take out a com­ prehensive health insurance with one of the local public carriers (Österreichische Gebietskran kenkasse). This is only available to Austrians and for- eigners who have established a legal residence in Austria (and fulfil several re qui rements regarding duration of stu- dies, change of study programmes, income, study programmes already completed). Forms to apply for this insurance coverage are available at the respective Gebiets kran­ kenkasse branch offices and the Austrian Student Union (ÖH – Öster reichische Hoch- schülerschaft). German Language and University Preparation Courses The common language of instruction is German, but an increasing number of programmes is offered in English (about 12% of the degree programmes at public universities in 2014). Programmes taught in English, see: www.studienwahl.at/en insurance In order to be admitted to a degree program me you have to prove sufficient know led ge of German. At some univer- sities you need proficiency in German corresponding to level B2, at others cor- responding to level C1 of the Com mon European Framework of Reference for Lan- guages. There are differ ent diplomas that are accepted, e.g. the ›Österreichisches Sprachdiplom Deutsch‹, Austria’s officially recognised examination system for Ger- man as a foreign language with licensed examination centres all over the world: www.osd.at. The insurance premium for this coverage currently amounts to €56.74 (as of 2017) per month for students. Students can con- sult all physicians who have a contract with the Gebietskrankenkasse. Students from EU/EEA countries who are in possession of a valid health insurance in their home countries need the ›European Health Insurance Card‹. Students who do not meet these require- ments have to take out insurance with private insurance companies or the local insurance carriers (Gebietskrankenkassen) them selves (higher premium)! Please enquire directly at the university or UAS of your choice to find out whether or not the certificate / diploma you hold is also accepted as sufficient proof!

  15. Study Programmes 14 | 15 Working in Austria a) For students who are EU or EEA or Swiss nationals there are no restrictions concerning work in Austria as long as the fiscal and national insurance regulations are met. Students from Croatia still need (probably until 2020) a work permit before taking up gainful employment. University Preparation Programmes Vorstudienlehrgänge of the OeAD In addition, many universities offer the possibility to attend language courses at the University Preparation Programmes (›Vor studienlehrgänge‹) of the OeAD lo- cated in Vienna, Graz and Leoben (ad- dresses see appendix). By attending these programmes students can prepare them­ selves for supplementary examinations (e.g. in mathematics or German …) which they have to take to be admitted to a de- gree programme. Students can also begin their studies without knowledge of Ger- man and be admitted to university studies after passing the supplementary examina- tion in German (or other subjects). b) Students from third countries need a work permit to work in Austria. The per- mit is to be obtained by the employer be- fore the student starts working. The work permit is granted for students in a bach- elor's programme and the first stage of a traditional diploma degree programme for up to 10 hours per week (presumably there will be changes in 2017), for students in a master's programme and the second stage of a traditional diploma degree pro- gramme and doctoral candidates for up to 20 hours per week. Work in the field of science and research or on the basis of a contract for work and labour (self-em- ployment, ›Werkvertrag‹) (by which you are not fully employed and have to take care of your income tax and health insur- ance yourself) does not require a permit. Further information is available from the Public Employment Service (AMS, www. ams.or.at). Please note that your stay in Austria cannot be financed exclusively by such employment! Your work must not compromise your stu dies. Non-compliance with these regulations may lead to expul- sion from Austria! Other institutions and organisations also offer a variety of German language cours- es for foreigners. For more information consult Campus Austria, the association of Austrian language schools: Campus Austria Bauernmarkt 18 1010 Wien/Vienna info@campus-austria.at www.campus-austria.at For details see: www.oead.at/working

  16. Further Information The Austrian Student Union (Österreichi­ sche Hochschülerschaft / ÖH) is the legal representative body of all students in Aus- tria: www.oeh.at c) In case your study plan recommends or requires the proof of a vocational intern­ ship (Berufspraktika): A vocational intern- ship is an employment (practical training) which is required by the study plan of an Austrian educational institution with public status. In this case you will not need a work permit but your employer has to submit a notification (Anzeige be stä ti gung) to the AMS (Public Employment Service Austria) and the competent authori ty for taxes (Ab­ gabenbehörde) at least 2 weeks before the beginning of the employment. Please note: The internship can only be started, if there are no objections on the part of the AMS. Social and cultural institutions as well as the public transport providers offer reduc­ tions for students. The Austrian Student Union (Österreichische schaft) informs students about these re- ductions and provides information about all matters concerning their studies. Hochschüler­ The University Sports Departments (USI – Universitäts - Sportinstitut) offer a wide range of opportunities for practising sports at reasonable prices.

  17. Study Programmes 16 | 17 Student Ombudsman For general questions and individual prob- lems related to studying or doing research at Austrian universities, universities of applied sciences or university colleges of teacher education and for other aspects of student life in Austria (entry and residence requirements, housing, etc.) a central stu- dent ombudsman office (›Ombudsstelle für Studierende‹) is available for Austrian as well as international students. Ombudsstelle für Studierende Mail address: Minoritenplatz 5 Office: Herrengasse 16 | 1014 Wien/Vienna Toll free telephone Mon – Fri 9 am – 4 pm: T 0800 311 650 info@hochschulombudsmann.at www.hochschulombudsmann.at Students can consult the webpage (www. hochschulombudsmann.at) or address in- dividual enquiries or complaints to this of- fice. Cases are dealt with free of charge and in full confidentiality. Study Programmes 16 | 17 SOLUTIONS FOR MOBILE RESEARCHERS EURAXESS – Researchers in Motion www.ec.europa.eu/euraxess EURAXESS Austria www.euraxess.at

  18. The Costs of Studying in Austria Living Costs In the following table you will find an esti- mate of the monthly living costs for stu­ dents (in euros). These figures only serve as a guideline and cannot be seen as binding. Under accommodation costs a place in a student hall of residence has been used as the basis of calculation. Æ Degree programme students (ordentliche Studierende) from third countries who possess a residence permit for students: 726.72 euros per semester (from the first semester; but no increased tuition fees in case of pay- ment during the additional enrolment period). All other degree programme students from third countries (espe- cially those who have a residence title other than a ›residence permit student‹ (›Aufenthaltsbewilligung Studieren- der‹) or belong to a specific group of persons): 363.36 euros per semester (after the tuition fee-free period). Details see at www.studyinaustria.at/tuition-fees Accommodation (including heating and electricity) Food (excluding luxuries and tobacco) Studies and personal requirements (books, culture, recreation) Total per month € 400 € 250 € 300 € 950 Tuition Fee regulations as of the summer semester 2013 Æ The student union membership fee (›ÖH­Beitrag‹) is € 19.20 (2017) per semester and is compulsory for all students. Universities and Universities of the Arts Æ Degree programme students (ordent- liche Studierende) who are nationals of an EU or EEA country and who exceed the scheduled duration of their bachelor or master or doctoral/PhD programme or a section of their diploma degree programme by more than two semesters: € 363.36 for each semester. If the tuition fees are paid during the additional enrolment period, they increase by 10%. An exemption from paying tuition fees is possible in special cases (e.g. for participants in exchange programmes and university partnerships, students from the least developed countries). Students from other developing countries and Central and Eastern European reform countries may be exempted or apply for a full or partial refund of the tuition fees according to the universities’ own rules.

  19. Study Programmes 18 | 19 Universities of Applied Sciences (UAS) are entitled to charge tuition fees. For more details please contact the institution of your choice directly. Æ Franz Werfel Grants for young univer- sity teachers of German language and Austrian literature. www.oead.at/werfel Æ Richard Plaschka Grant for doctoral students (pre-doc) and university lecturers (post-doc) in the field of his- tory who are primarily occupied with Austria-related topics. www.oead.at/plaschka Other Higher Education Institutions In the case of Certificate University Pro­ grammes for Further Education (Univer- sitätslehrgänge), Private Universities & University Colleges of Teacher Education the tuition fees differ from one institution to the other and should be enquired about at the individual institutions. Æ APPEAR – Austrian Partnership Programme in Higher Education and Research for Development, 2015 – 2020; for doctoral studies ; only for ADC (Austrian Development Cooperation) key regions and priority countries in the South. www.appear.at Scholarship Programmes Various scholarship programmes are of- fered by Austrian organisations. ERASMUS+ in Higher Education Join more than 6,000 Erasmus+ students who study or do a traineeship in Austria every year! Erasmus+ is the European flag- ship programme for education, training and youth, involving 33 programme coun- tries as well as global partners for certain activities. Students may apply for a study abroad period or for a traineeship of up to 12 months per academic cycle. Appli- cations have to be addressed to the home university. Funding for students from Erasmus+ partner countries (third coun- tries worldwide) is available under specific conditions. In addition to grants for stu- dents, the programme provides support for teaching and training activities of HEI staff. Erasmus+ also provides funding for school education, vocational and adult education. www.bildung.erasmusplus.at www.erasmus.at Please note that there are hardly any scho lar- ships for an entire study programme in Austria. Please note that most grant / scholarship pro - grammes do not permit gainful employ- ment in Austria! Unilateral Scholarship Programmes With a number of unilateral scholarship pro grammes the Republic of Austria pro- vides the possibility for foreign students, gra duates, post-docs and university teach- ers to study or carry out research work at Austrian universities. The most important of such scholarships are the following: Æ Ernst Mach Grants (all fields of study). www.oead.at/mach

  20. An Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Pro- gramme lasts between 1 – 2 (Master's) years. A minimum of three European higher education institutions (EU, EEA, FYRoMacedonia or Turkey) are actively in- volved. Students need to study at least at two different European higher education institutions. CEEPUS Students, post-graduate students and teachers from the countries participating in CEEPUS (Albania, Bosnia and Herze- govina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, the Kosovo, Macedonia, Moldo- va, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Ser- bia, Slovak Republic and Slovenia) have the opportunity to come to Austria in the framework of institutional net­ works (or as Freemovers). www.oead.at/ceepus Universities from Erasmus+ partner coun- tries (third countries worldwide) may par- ticipate in the consortium of an Erasmus Mundus study course and host EM stu- dents for one semester. Internships in en­ terprises and at research institutions are possible, too. Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Degrees Erasmus Mundus offers a full­time schol­ arship for excellent students from all over the world – who have successfully applied for an Erasmus Mundus Master's Course or an Erasmus Mundus Joint Doctorate Programme. Depending on the country of origin and the duration of the programme the students can receive a scholarship of up to € 49.000. www.bildung.erasmusplus.at/ erasmus-mundus

  21. Study Programmes 20 | 21 Erasmus Mundus Joint Master's Pro- grammes with Austrian Participation for the winter term 2016/17 Æ ASTROMUNDUS – Astrophysics (University of Innsbruck, coordinator) Æ MARIHE – Research and Innovation in Higher Education (Danube University Krems, coordinator) Æ Media AC – Media Arts Culture (Danube University Krems, coordinator) Æ DCLead – MSc Digital Communication Leadership (University of Salzburg, coordinator) Æ EMGS – Global Studies – A European Perspective (University of Vienna, partner) Æ EMLE – European Master in Law and Economics (University of Vienna, partner) Æ 4CITIES – Unica Euromaster in Urban Studies (University of Vienna, partner) Æ CARTO – E+ JMD Cartography (Vienna University of Technology, partner) Æ EUCOMOR – Erasmus Mundus Master of Comparative Morphology (VetMed Vienna, partner) ... and additionally for the winter term 2017/18 Æ MScEF – Master of Science in European Forestry (BOKU, partner) Æ EMMIR – European Master in Mi- gration and Intercultural Relations (University of Graz & University of Salzburg, partner)

  22. Aktionen There 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/aktionen Joint Study Programmes The universities have funds for Joint Study Programmes, university partnerships and short-term study grants abroad at their dis- posal. For detailed information about these and other scholarships consult the online scho­ larship database grants.at maintained by the OeAD. www.grants.at

  23. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, Bachelor & Master

  24. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Life Sciences, Vienna 2 University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna 3 WU (Vienna University of Economics and Business) Medical University Graz University of Innsbruck University of Salzburg University of Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz 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 & Food Economy MA Agrar- & Ernährungswirtschaft MA Agricultural Crop Sciences MA Nutzpflanzenwissenschaften MA JDP European Master in Animal Breeding & Genetics (EM­ABG) MA Livestock Sciences | MA Nutztierwissenschaften MA Organic Agricultural Systems & Agroecology MA Sustainability in Agriculture, Food Production & Food Technology (JMP) Ancient History & Classical Studies | Alte Geschichte & Altertumskunde BA Ancient History & Classical Studies | BA Alte Geschichte &Altertumskunde MA Ancient History &Classical Studies | MA Alte Geschichte & Altertumskunde Ancient Studies | Altertumswissenschaften BA Ancient Studies BA Altertumswissenschaften Applied Business Administration Angewandte Betriebswirtschaft BA Applied Business Administration BA Angewandte Betriebswirtschaft BA Economy & Law | BA Wirtschaft & Recht ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  25. Study Programmes 24 | 25 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Applied Business Administration MA Angewandte Betriebswirtschaft MA Economy & Law MA Wirtschaft & Recht MA International Management Applied Cultural Studies Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft BA Applied Cultural Studies BA Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft BA Cultural Studies (JDP) BA Kulturwissenschaften (JDP) MA Applied Cultural Studies MA Angewandte Kulturwissenschaft MA CREOLE Cultural Differences & Transnational Processes (DDP) Applied Geosciences Angewandte Geowissenschaften BA Applied Geosciences BA Angewandte Geowissenschaften MA Applied Geosciences MA Angewandte Geowissenschaften Archaeology | Archäologien BA Archaeology | BA Archäologien MA Archaeology | MA Archäologien Architecture | Architektur BA Architecture | BA Architektur MA Architecture | MA Architektur MA Building Science & Technology Art History | Kunstgeschichten ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦

  26. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ BA Art History | BA Kunstgeschichte MA Art History | MA Kunstgeschichte MA Theory of Art | MA Kunstwissenschaften Astronomy | Astronomie BA Astronomy | BA Astronomie MA Astronomy | MA Astronomie Bioinformatics | Bioinformatik BA DDP Bioinformatics MA Bioinformatics Biology | Biologie BA Biology | BA Biologie MA Anthropology | MA Anthropologie MA Biology | MA Biologie MA Botany | MA Botanik MA Ecology & Ecosystems MA European Master in Comperative Morphology MA Evolution Biology | MA Evolutionsbiologie MA Genetics & Developmental Biology MA Genetik & Entwicklungsbiologie MA in Human­Animal Interactions (interdisciplinary) MA Microbiology | MA Mikrobiologie MA Molecular Biology | MA Molekulare Biologie MA Molecular Microbiology, Microbial Ecology & Immunobiology MA Molekulare Mikrobiologie, Mikrobielle Ökologie & Immunbiologie B ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  27. Study Programmes 26 | 27 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Molecular Cytobiology & Developmental Biology MA Molekulare Zell- & Entwicklungsbiologie MA Environmental Protection & Biodiversity Management MA Naturschutz & Biodiversitätsmanagement MA Ecology & Biodiversity MA Ökologie & Biodiversität MA Ecology & Evolutionary Biology MA Ökologie & Evolutionsbiologie MA Plant Sciences | MA Pflanzenwissenschaften MA Behavioral Physiology MA Verhaltensphysiologie MA Behaviour, Neuro­ & Cognition Sciences MA Verhaltens-, Neuro- & Kognitionswissenschaften ♦ MA Zoology – Zoology / Animal Biology MA Zoologie – Zoologie / Tierbiologie Biology & Environmental Ecology (SSTA) Biologie & Umweltkunde (Lehramt) BA Biology & Environmental Ecology (SSTA) BA Biologie & Umweltkunde (LA) MA Biology & Environmental Ecology (SSTA) MA Biologie & Umweltkunde (LA) Biomedical Engineering BA Biomedical Engineering MA Biomedical Engineering Biomedicine & Biotechnology Biomedizin & Biotechnologie BA Biomedicine & Biotechnology BA Biomedizin & Biotechnologie ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦- -♦ ♦ ♦♦ ●●●● ● ● ♦♦ ♦ ♦

  28. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Biomedicine & Biotechnology MA Biomedizin & Biotechnologie Biotechnology & Bio process Engineering Biotechnologie & Bioprozesstechnik MA Biotechnology | MA Biotechnologie Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (SSTA) Bosnisch/Kroatisch/Serbisch (Lehramt) BA Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (SSTA) BA Bosnisch/Kroatisch/Serbisch (Lehramt) MA Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian (SSTA) MA Bosnisch/Kroatisch/Serbisch (Lehramt) Business Administration | Betriebswirtschaft BA Business Administration BA Betriebswirtschaft MA Business Administration MA Betriebswirtschaft Business Education (also SSTA) Wirtschaftspädagogik (auch für Lehramt) MA Business Education | MA Wirtschaftspädagogik ♦ ♦ Business Informatics | Wirtschaftsinformatik BA Business Informatics | BA Wirtschaftsinformatik♦ MA Business Informatics MA Business Informatics | MA Wirtschaftsinformatik ♦♦ MA JMP Digital Business Management Business Information Management Betriebliches Informationsmanagement Business Law | Wirtschaftsrecht BA Business Law | BA Wirtschaftsrecht MA Business Law | MA Wirtschaftsrecht ♦ ♦- -♦ ●● ● ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ■ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ► ♦♦ ♦ ♦

  29. Study Programmes 28 | 29 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Law & Business for Engineers MA Recht & Wirtschaft für Techniker/innen MA Taxation | MA Steuerwissenschaften Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies Byzantinistik & Neogräzistik BA Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies BA Byzantinistik & Neogräzistik MA Byzantine & Modern Greek Studies MA Byzantinistik & Neogräzistik Catholic Religion (SSTA) Katholische Religion (Lehramt) BA Catholic Religion (SSTA) BA Katholische Religion (Lehramt) MA Catholic Religion (SSTA) MA Katholische Religion (Lehramt) Catholic Religious Education Katholische Religionspädagogik BA Catholic Religious Education BA Katholische Religionspädagogik MA Catholic Religious Education MA Katholische Religionspädagogik MA Advanced Theological Studies MA Theologische Spezialisierung Chemistry | Chemie BA Chemistry | BA Chemie BA Biological Chemistry MA Chemistry | MA Chemie MA BiologicalChemistry | MA Biologische Chemie ♦ MA JMP Biological Chemistry ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● C ● ♦♦♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦♦-♦ ♦♦-♦ -♦ -♦ ♦ ♦

  30. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen Chemistry (SSTA) | Chemie (Lehramt) Chemistry (SSTA) | Chemie (Lehramt) Chemistry (SSTA) | Chemie (Lehramt) Civil Engineering | Bauingenieurwesen BA Civil & Environmental Engineering BA Bau- & Umweltingenieurwissenschaften BA Civil Engineering & Infrastructure Management BA Bauingenieurwesen & Infrastrukturmanagement BA Civil Engineering & Industrial Engineering BA Bauingenieurwissenschaften u. Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen MA Civil Engineering MA Bauingenieurwissenschaften MA Environmental Engineering MA Umweltingenieurwissenschaften MA Civil Engineering MA Bauingenieurwesen MA Civil Engineering – Constructive Engineering MA Bauingenieurwissenschaften – Konstruktiver Ingenieurbau MA Civil Engineering – Environment & Transportation MA Bauingenieurwissenschaften – Umwelt & Verkehr MA Geotechnical & Hydraulic Engineering MA Industrial Engineering – Civil Engineering MA Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – Bauingenieurwissenschaften MA Infrastructure Management MA Infrastrukturmanagement Classical Archaeology (see also Archaeologies) Klassische Archäologie (siehe auch Archäologien) ● ●●● ● ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  31. Study Programmes 30 | 31 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen BA Classical Archaeology BA Klassische Archäologie BA Classical Archaeology & Archaeology of the former Roman Provinces | BA Klassische & Provinzialrömische Archäologie MA Classical Archaeology MA Klassische Archäologie MA Classical Archaeology & Archaeology of the former Roman Provinces | MA Klassische & Provinzialrömische Archäologie Classical & Oriental Studies Classica et Orientalia BA Classical & Oriental Studies BA Classica et Orientalia MA Ancient History & Ancient Oriental Studies MA Alte Geschichte und Altorientalistik MA European Master in Classical Cultures Classical Philology | Klassische Philologie BA Classical Philology | BA Klassische Philologie MA Classical Philology (Greek) MA Klassische Philologie (Gräzistik) MA Classical Philology (Latin) MA Klassische Philologie (Latinistik) MA Latin Philology of the Middle Ages & Modern Times | MA Lateinische Philologie des Mittelalters & der Neuzeit MA Ancient History of Literature, Mind & Reception | MA Antike Literatur-, Geistes- & Rezeptionsgeschichte Classical Philology – Greek Klassische Philologie – Griechisch ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  32. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen BA Greek | BA Griechisch MA Greek | MA Griechisch Classical Philology – Latin Klassische Philologie – Latein BA Latin | BA Latein MA Latin | MA Latein Cognition Sciences | Kognitionswissenschaft 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) Computer Sciences / Informatics | Informatik BA Computer Sciences | BA Informatik BA Applied Computer Sciences BA Angewandte Informatik BA Business Informatics BA Wirtschaftsinformatik BA Media Informatics and visual computing BA Medieninformatik and Visual Computing BA Medical Informatics BA Medizinische Informatik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  33. Study Programmes 32 | 33 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ♦ BA Software & Information Engineering BA Technical Informatics BA Technische Informatik MA Applied Computer Sciences MA Angewandte Informatik MA Applied Image and Signal Processing (JMD) MA Business Informatics MA Wirtschaftsinformatik MA Computational Intelligence MA Computational Science MA Computer Sciences | MA Informatik MA Didactics for Informatics MA Informatikdidaktik MA Media Informatics | MA Medieninformatik MA Medical Informatics MA Medizinische Informatik MA Scientific Computing MA Scientific Computing MA Software Engineering / Internet Computing MA Technical Informatics MA Technische Informatik MA Visual Computing Computer Science Management Informatikmanagement BA Information Management BA Informationsmanagement BA Software Development & Business Management BA Softwareentwicklung – Wirtschaft MA Information Management MA Informationsmanagement ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦- ♦ -♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  34. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Software Development & Business Management MA Softwareentwicklung – Wirtschaft Computer Sciences / Informatics & Informatics Management (SSTA) Informatik & Informatik management (Lehramt) BA Computer Sciences / Informatics (& Informatics Management) (SSTA) BA Informatik (& Informatikmanagement) (LA) MA Computer Sciences / Informatics (& Informatics Management) (SSTA) MA Informatik (& Informatikmanagement) (LA) Cultural & Social Anthropology (Ethnology) Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie (Völkerkunde) BA Cultural & Social Anthropology BA Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie MA Cultural & Social Anthropology MA Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie Czech (SSTA) | Tschechisch (Lehramt) BA Czech (SSTA) | BATschechisch (LA) MA Czech (SSTA) | MA Tschechisch (LA) Dentistry | Zahnmedizin Descriptive Geometry (SSTA) Darstellende Geometrie (Lehramt) BA Descriptive Geometry (SSTA) BA Darstellende Geometrie (LA) MA Descriptive Geometry (SSTA) MA Darstellende Geometrie (LA) Dutch Studies | Nederlandistik BA Dutch Studies | BA Nederlandistik MA Dutch Studies | MA Nederlandistik ♦ ●●●● ●● ● ● ♦ ♦ ● ● ■■■ D ● ● ● ♦ ♦

  35. Study Programmes 34 | 35 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen E Economic & Social Sciences Wirtschafts- & Sozialwissenschaften BA Economic & Social Sciences BA Wirtschafts- & Sozialwissenschaften MAExport & Internationalisation Management MA Export- und Internationalisierungsmanagement MA Finance & Accounting MA International Management (CEMS) MA Management MA Marketing MA Quantitative Finance | MA Quantitative Finance MA Socio­Ecological Economics and Policy MA Socio­Economics | MA Soziökonomie MA Strategy, Innovation & Management Control MA Supply Chain Management MA Taxation and Accounting MA Steuer- und Rechnungslegung Economic Sciences | Wirtschaftswissenschaften BA Economics | BA Wirtschaftswissenschaften BA Economics, Health and Sports Tourism BA Wirtschaft, Gesundheits- und Sporttourismus MA Accounting, Auditing & Taxation MA Applied Economics MA Angewandte Ökonomik MA Banking & Finance MA Economics MA Finance and Accounting MA General Management ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  36. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA DDP General Management STUSTS Tainan – JKU Linz MA DDP General Management ESC Troyes – JKU Linz MA JMP Global Business MA JMP Global Business Russia/Italy MA JMP Global Business Russland / Italien MA Management and Applied Economics MA Organization Studies MA Strategic Management MA Strategisches Management Education | Pädagogik BA Education Theory | BA Bildungswissenschaft BA Education | BA Pädagogik BA Education Theory | BA Erziehungswissenschaft BA Education Theory BA Erziehungs- & Bildungswissenschaft BA Special Inclusive Education (SSTA) BA Spezielle Inklusive Pädagogik (LA) MA Adult and vocational education MA Erwachsenen- & Berufsbildung MA Education Theory | MA Bildungswissenschaft ♦ MA Education Theory | MA Erziehungswissenschaft MA Education Theory MA Erziehungs- & Bildungswissenschaft MA Further Education – Lifelong Learning MA Weiterbildung – Lebensbegleitende Bildung MA Inclusive Education MA School Pedagogy | MA Schulpädagogik ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  37. Study Programmes 36 | 37 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Social Pedagogoy/Integration Pedagogoy MA Sozialpädagogik/Integrationspädagogik Egyptian Studies | Ägyptologie BA Egyptian Studies | BA Ägyptologie MA Egyptian Studies | MA Ägyptologie Electrical Engineering | Elektrotechnik BA Electrical Engineering (& Information Energeering) BA Elektrotechnik (& Informationstechnik) MA Electrical Engineering | MA Elektrotechnik MA Electrical Engineering & Business MA Elektrotechnik – Wirtschaft MA Embedded Systems MA Energy & Automation Engineering MA Energie- & Automatisierungstechnik MA Microelectronics & Photonics MA Mikroelektronik & Photonik MA Telecommunications Electrical Engineering – Sound Engineering Elektrotechnik – Toningenieur BA Electrical Engineering – Sound Engineering BA Elektrotechnik – Toningenieur MA Electrical Engineering – Sound Engineering MA Elektrotechnik–Toningenieur Engineering Sciences | Ingenieurwissenschaften BA Engineering Sciences (DDP) BA Ingenieurwissenschaften (DDP) English & American Studies Anglistik & Amerikanistik BA English & American Studies ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  38. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen BA English & American Studies BA Anglistik & Amerikanistik MA Anglophone Literatures & Cultures MA English & American Studies MA Anglistik & Amerikanistik MA DDP in English & American Studies MA English Language & Linguistics MA English Studies & the Creative Industries English (SSTA) | Englisch (Lehramt) BA English (SSTA) | BA Englisch (LA) MA English (SSTA) | MA Englisch (LA) Environmental Systems Sciences Umweltsystemwissenschaften BA Environmental Systems Sciences – Business Administration | BA Umweltsystem- wissenschaften – Betriebswirtschaft BA Environmental Systems Sciences – Economics BA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Volkswirtschaftslehre BA Environmental Systems Sciences – Geography BA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Geographie BA Environmental Systems Sciences – Science & Technololgy BA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Naturwissenchaft & Technologie MA Environmental Sciences (E) MA Environmental Systems Sciences – Economics MA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Volkswirtschaftslehre MA Environmental Systems Sciences – Geography MA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Geographie ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ● ● ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦- -♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  39. Study Programmes 38 | 39 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Environmental Systems Sciences – Science & Technololgy MA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Naturwissenchaft& Technologie MA Environmental Systems Sciences – Sustainability­Oriented Management MA Umweltsystemwissenschaften – Nachhaltigkeitsorientiertes Management MA JDP Industrial Ecology MA Sustainable Development (DDP) Equine Sciences | Pferdewissenschaften BA Equine Sciences | BA Pferdewissenschaften Ethnology (see Cultural & Social Anthropology) Völkerkunde (siehe Kultur- & Sozialanthropologie) European Cultural Anthropology (Ethnologia Europaea) Volkskunde (Ethnologia Europaea) BA European Ethnology | BA Europ. Ethnologie MA European Ethnology | MA Europ. Ethnologie ♦♦♦ European Union Studies MA European Union Studies Finno­Ugric Studies | Finno – Ugristik BA Hungarian Studies | BA Hungarologie BA Finnish Studies | BA Fennistik MA Hungarian Studies | MA Hungarologie MA Finno­Ugric Studies | MA Finno-Ugristik Food Science & Biotechnology Lebensmittel- & Biotechnologie BA Food Chemistry & Biotechnology BA Lebensmittel- & Biotechnologie ♦- -♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦ ♦--♦ ♦ F ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  40. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ♦ MA Biotechnology | MA Biotechnologie MA Food Science & Food Technology MA Lebensmittelwissenschaft & -technologie MA Safety in the Food Chain Forestry & Wood Sciences | Forst- & Holzwirtschaft BA Forestry | BA Forstwirtschaft BA Wood & Natural Fibre Technology BA Holz- & Naturfasertechnologie BA Environmental & Bioresources Management BA Umwelt- & Bioressourcenmanagement MA Alpine National Hazards / Watershed Regulation MA Alpine Naturgefahren / Wildbach- & Lawinenverbauung MA Forestry | MA Forstwissenschaften MA Wood Technology & Management MA Holztechnologie & Management MA Environmental & Bioresources Management MA Umwelt- & Bio-Ressourcenmanagement MA Mountain Forestry MA MSc European Forestry (DDP) MA NAWARO; Material & Energetical Use of Renewable Raw Materials (DDP) MA NAWARO; Stoffliche & energetische Nutzung nachwachsender Rohstoffe (DDP) French (SSTA) | Französisch (Lehramt) BA French (SSTA) | BA Französisch (LA) MA French (SSTA) | MA Französisch (LA) Gender Studies MA Gender Studies ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ● ● ♦ G

  41. Study Programmes 40 | 41 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ♦ MA Gender, Culture and Social Change MA Gender Studies (JDP) MA Interdisciplinary Gender Studies MA Interdiszipl. Geschlechterstudien Geography | Geographie BA Geography | BA Geographie MA Geography | MA Geographie MA Applied Geoinformatics MA Angewandte Geoinformatik MA Cartography & Geoinformation MA Kartographie & Geoinformation MA Geography: Global Change – Regional Sustainability | MA Geographie: Globaler Wandel – regionale Nachhaltigkeit MA Geography & Regional Research (Geographical Systems Sciences) MA Geographie & Regionalforschung (Geograph. Systemwissenschaften) MA Mountain & Climate Geography MA Gebirgs- & Klimageographie MA Sustainable Urban & Regional Development MA Nachhaltige Stadt- & Regionalentwicklung MA Urban & Regional Planning MA Raumforschung & Raumordnung Geography & Economics (SSTA) Geographie & Wirtschaftskunde (Lehramt) BA Geography & Economics (SSTA) BA Geographie & Wirtschaftskunde (LA) MA Geography & Economics (SSTA) MA Geographie & Wirtschaftskunde (LA) Geosciences | Erdwissenschaften ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ● ●

  42. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ♦♦-♦ ♦♦-♦ ♦- -♦ -♦ BA Geosciences | BA Erdwissenschaften BA Geology | BA Geologie MA Geosciences | MA Erdwissenschaften MA Geology | MA Geologie Geo­Spatial Technologies MA Geo­Spatial Technologies German Philology | Deutsche Philologie BA German Philology / German Studies BA Deutsche Philologie / Germanistik BA German Philology & Transcultural Communication | BA Deutsch & transkulturelle Kommunikation MA Austrian Studies – Cultures, Literatures, Languages MA German Philology / German Studies MA Deutsche Philologie / Germanistik MA German as a Foreign Language & Second Language | MA Deutsch als Fremd- & Zweitsprache ♦ MA DDP German Philology in the Intercultural Context MA DDP Germanistik im interkulturellen Kontext MA JMD Medieval & Modern German Philology MA JMD Deutsche Philologie des Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit German (SSTA) | Deutsch (Lehramt) BA German (SSTA) | BADeutsch (LA) MA German (SSTA) | MADeutsch (LA) Global Studies MA Global Studies ♦ ♦ -♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ♦ ● ●

  43. Study Programmes 42 | 43 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Global Studies on Management & int. Science♦ MA International Development MA Internationale Entwicklung Greek (SSTA) | Griechisch (Lehramt) BA Greek (SSTA) | BA Griechisch (LA) MA Greek (SSTA) | MA Griechisch (LA) Healthcare & Nursing Gesundheits- & Pflegewissenschaft BA Nursing | BA Pflegewissenschaft MA Nursing | MA Pflegewissenschaft History | Geschichte BA History | BA Geschichte MA History | MA Geschichte MA JDM Europe, Digital Media, Arts and Cultural Heritage Studies (EuroMACHS) MA Global History MA Globalgeschichte MA Historical Research, Complementary Historical Sciences & Archive Sciences MA Geschichtsforschung, Historische Hilfswissenschaften & Archivwissenschaft MA History of South­Eastern Europe (DDP) MA Geschichte des südöstlichen Europa (DDP) MA Interdisciplinary Eastern European Studies MA Interdisziplinäre Osteuropastudien MA MATILDA: European Master in Women’s & Gender History (DDP) MA JDP South­Eastern European Studies ♦ ●●●● ● ♦ ♦♦♦♦ ♦♦♦♦ ● H ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  44. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen History, Social Studies & Political Education (SSTA) | Geschichte, Sozialkunde & Politische Bildung (Lehramt) BA History, Social Studies & Political Education (SSTA) | BAGeschichte, Sozialkunde & Politische Bildung (LA) MA History, Social Studies & Political Education (SSTA) | MAGeschichte, Sozialkunde & Politische Bildung (LA) Home Economics & Nutrition (SSTA) Haushaltsökonomie & Ernährung (Lehramt) BA Home Economics & Nutrition (SSTA) BA Haushaltsökonomie & Ernährung (LA) MA Home Economics & Nutrition (SSTA) MA Haushaltsökonomie & Ernährung (LA) Horticultural Sciences MA Horticultural Sciencess Hungarian (SSTA) | Ungarisch (Lehramt) BA Hungarian (SSTA) | BAUngarisch (LA) MA Hungarian (SSTA) | MA Ungarisch (LA) Industrial Energy Engineering Industrielle Energietechnik BA Industrial Energy Engineering BA Industrielle Energietechnik MA Industrial Energy Engineering MA Industrielle Energietechnik Industrial Engineering & Management – Mechanical Engineering Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – Maschinenbau ●●●● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ♦ I ♦ ♦

  45. Study Programmes 44 | 45 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen BA Industrial Engineering & Management – Mechanical Engineering BA Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – Maschinenbau MA Industrial Engineering & Management – Mechanical Engineering MA Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – Maschinenbau MA Production Science & Management Industrial Engineering & Management – Technical Chemistry Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – Technische Chemie MA Industrial Engineering & Management – Technical Chemistry MA Wirtschaftsingenieurwesen – Technische Chemie Industrial Environmental Protection, Waste Disposal Engineering & Recycling | Industrieller Umweltschutz, Entsor gungs technik & Recycling BA Industrial Environmental Protection & Process Engineering | BA Industrieller Umweltschutz & Verfahrenstechnik MA Industrial Environmental Protection & Process Engineering | MA Industrieller Umweltschutz & Verfahrenstechnik Industrial Logistics | Industrielogistik BA Industrial Logistics | BA Industrielogistik MA Industrial Logistics | MA Industrielogistik Information Technology | Informationstechnik BA Information Electronics BA Informationselektronik BA Information Technology BA Informationstechnik MA Information & Communications Engineering ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  46. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Information Electronics MA Informationselektronik International Business Administration Internationale Betriebswirtschaft BA International Business Administration BA Internationale Betriebswirtschaft MA International Business Administration MA Internationale Betriebswirtschaft International Business Administration & Chinese Internationale Betriebswirtschaft & Chinesisch International Economic & Business Studies Internationale Wirtschaftswissenschaften Islamic Religion | Islamische Religion BA Islamic Religion (SSTA) BA Islamische Religion (LA) Islamic Religious Education Studies Islamische Religionspädagogik BA Islamic Religious Education Studies BA Islamische Religionspädagogik MA Islamic Religious Education Studies MA Islamische Religionspädagogik Italian (SSTA) | Italienisch (Lehramt) BA Italian (SSTA) | BAItalienisch (LA MA Italian (SSTA) | MAItalienisch (LA) Japanese Studies | Japanologie BA Japanese Studies | BA Japanologie MA Japanese Studies | MA Japanologie Jewish Studies | Judaistik BA Jewish Studies | BA Judaistik ♦ ♦ ♦ ► ■ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ♦ ♦ ♦ ● ● J

  47. Study Programmes 46 | 47 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ♦ MA Jewish Studies | MA Judaistik MA Jewish Cultural History MA Jüdische Kulturgeschichte MA Jewish Studies – History of Jewish Cultures (DDP) | MA Jüdische Studien – Geschichte jüdischer Kulturen (DDP) Korean Studies | Koreanologie BA Korean Studies | BA Koreanologie MA Korean Studies | MA Koreanologie Land & Water Management Kulturtechnik & Wasserwirtschaft BA Land & Water Management BA Kulturtechnik und Wasserwirtschaft MA Applied Limnology Aquatic Ecosystem Management MA Environmental Sciences – Soil, Water, Biodiversity MA Land & Water Management MA Kulturtechnik und Wasserwirtschaft MA Water Management & Environmental Engineering Landscape Design & Landscape Planning Landschaftsplanung & Landschaftspflege BA Landscape Planning & Landscape Architecture BA Landschaftsplanung & Landschaftsarchitektur MA Landscape Planning & Landscape Architecture MA Landschaftsplanung & Landschaftsarchitektur Latin (SSTA) | Latein (Lehramt) BA Latin (SSTA) | BA Latein (LA) MA Latin (SSTA) | MA Latein (LA) ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ K L ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ●

  48. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen ■■■■ ■ ♦♦♦ ■ Law | Rechtswissenschaften Law – Integrated diploma programme Integriertes Diplomstudium d. Rechtswissenschaften Law & Economy | Recht & Wirtschaft BA Law & Economy | BA Recht & Wirtschaft MA Law & Economy | MA Recht & Wirtschaft Linguistics | Sprachwissenschaft BA Linguistics | BA Linguistik BA Linguistics | BA Sprachwissenschaft MA Applied Linguistics | MA Angewandte Linguistik♦ MA General Linguistics: Theory of Grammar & Cognitive Linguistics | MA Allgemeine Linguistik: Grammatiktheorie & kognitive Sprachwissenschaft ♦ MA Indo­European Studies and historcal Linguistics | MA Indogermanistik & historische Sprachwissenschaften MA Linguistics | MA Linguistik MA Linguistics | MA Sprachwissenschaft Materials Sciences | Materialwissenschaften MA Advanced Material Science MA Materials Sciences | MA Materialwissenschaften MA Materials Sciences & Nano Sciences MA Material- und Nanowissenschaften MA Material Sciences (DDP) MA Materialwissenschaften (DDP) MA Chemistry and Physics of Materials Materials Sciences & Technology Werkstoffwissenschaft BA Materials Sciences & Technology BA Werkstoffwissenschaften ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ M ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  49. Study Programmes 48 | 49 ♦ Curriculum of the study programme available (Bachelor or Master programme) ♦- -♦ in co-operation with ■ Diploma degree programme ● Secondary School Teacher Accreditation (SSTA) ► Individual study programme DDP Double degree programme JDP Joint degree programme JMP Joint master programme 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Materials Sciences & Technology MA Werkstoffwissenschaften Mathematics | Mathematik BA Mathematics | BA Mathematik MA Mathematics | MA Mathematik Mathematics (SSTA) | Mathematik (Lehramt) BA Mathematics (SSTA) | BAMathematik (LA) MA Mathematics (SSTA) | MAMathematik (LA) Mechanical Engineering | Maschinenbau BA Mechanical Engineering | BA Maschinenbau MA Mechanical Engineering | MA Maschinenbau Mechanical Engineering – Mining Montanmaschinenbau BA Mechanical Engineering – Mining BA Montanmaschinenbau MA Mechanical Engineering – Mining MA Montanmaschinenbau Mechatronics | Mechatronik BA Mechatronics | BA Mechatronik MA Mechatronics | MA Mechatronik Media & Communication Studies Publizistik- & Kommunikations wissenschaft BA Communication Studies BA Kommunikationswissenschaft BA Media & Communication Studies BA Medien- & Kommunikationswissenschaften BA Media & Communication Studies BA Publizistik & Kommunikationswissenschaft MA Communication Science ♦ ● ● ♦♦-♦-♦ ♦ ♦ ●●●● ● ● ♦♦ ♦♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦

  50. Degree Programme Studies at the Austrian Universities Diploma, 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 Vienna University of Leoben University of Graz University of Linz Degree programmes and their specifications Studien mit ihren Spezifikationen MA Communication Studies MA Kommunikationswissenschaft MA Media, Communication & Culture MA Medien, Kommunikation & Kultur MA Media & Communication Studies MA Publizistik & Kommunikationswissenschaft MA Media & Convergence Management Media Sciences | Medienwissenschaften MA Media | MA Medien MA Web Sciences | MA Webwissenschaften Medicine | Humanmedizin BA Medicine | BA Humanmedizin Metallurgy | Metallurgie BA Metallurgy | BA Metallurgie MA Metallurgy | MA Metallurgie Meteorology & Geophysics Meteorologie & Geophysik BA Athmosphere Science BA Athmosphärenwissenschaft BA Meteorology | BA Meteorologie MA Atmosphere Science MA Atmosphärenwissenschaft MA Meteorology | MA Meteorologie Mining | Bergwesen BA Mineral Resources Engineering BA Rohstoffingenieurwesen MA Mining & Tunnelling MA Rohstoffgewinnung und Tunnelbau ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦- -♦ ■■■ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦