Are you interested in studying at the University of Graz? We will tell you everything you need to know. We will show you what study programmes there are, how to enroll and how studying exactly works.
Monday, February 5, 3.30 - 4.30 pm
Wednesday, February 14, 7 - 8 pm
Monday, February 19, 3.30 - 4.30 pm
Study what you enjoy
Advice from friends and family is, of course, well-intentioned, but only you know what will bring you joy. Get inspired, but don't be persuaded. After all, you are studying - for yourself.
Gather information before studying
Do you already know what specific study programmes there are? Quite a few! Try to find out what's in store for you before you start. You've come to the right place for that.
School grades don't always tell you much. Maybe you like a subject, but there were other reasons why you couldn't excel. That can change during your studies!
Research and research-oriented teaching are distinguishing features here.
Shaping the future
Examine the past, reflect on the present and devise solutions for the future.
Understanding begins with questioning – not just any questions, but the right ones.
A great little city
A bit of everything, plenty of charm, compact and convenient layout.
Rich in arts and culture
From the Literaturhaus to the art gallery, or the island theatre on Murinsel to the Lendwirbel neighbourhood festival
Easy access to the mountains, nearby towns and cities or to head south.
4students - Study Info Service
The information hub 4students is available to all prospective and current students at the University of Graz. It is the central point of contact for questions about studying here. Call, write an e-mail or come by in person – 4students is happy to help with your questions.
International students, who have chosen Graz as their destination for a mobility period, can get in touch with the Welcome Center. They offer help and support concerning your application for admission or information on requirements for entry to Austria and offer practical tips for getting started here as a student.
Students with health impairments or chronic illnesses are given the best possible support for day-to-day student life. The Disability Resource Centre provides individualised advice and support with finding accommodation and ensuring students can access information or any necessary adaptation of exams.
Looking after children or caring for relatives while studying is very challenging. What is the best way to combine studying with active care responsibilities? Information and support are available from unikid & unicare.
If you are interested in doctoral studies/an academic career, DocService offers an extensive range of help and services including personal advice sessions and various courses teaching key skills for planning and carrying out a research project for a doctoral thesis.
- Welcome Center
- Disability Resource Centre (ZIS)
- unikid & unicare
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