4students – Study Info Service is the first port of call for questions about studying at the University of Graz. We give all prospective and current students individual advice and information by phone, e-mail, Skype, Facebook and via our websites.
There are many more service and contact points at the University of Graz besides 4students which support you with more specific matters.
alumni UNI graz is a network of graduates of all fields of study as well as friends of the University of Graz, and is a hub between the university, society and business.
The Office of International Relations is available to answer your questions about international mobility and help you with organising a study period abroad.
As the interface between university and the business community, the Career Center provides a professional programme, up-to-date information and personal advice on starting a career and job prospects.
In personal advice sessions and through the range of courses it offers, the DocService offers junior researchers/doctoral students support with acquiring tacit institutional knowledge and interdisciplinary key skills.
The Austrian National Union of Students of the University of Graz is the elected student representative body at the University of Graz. The faculty and student representative bodies and the presentations give you advice on the content of your programme, help you with issues relating to study regulations and advise you on questions about study grants and scholarships.
The Coordination Centre is there to answer your questions about the teacher training programme, such as submissions, curriculum information, questions about credits etc.
The Anonymous Mailbox enables you to anonymously suggest improvements, express grievances and other problems of any kind, as well as give praise.
The Academic Affairs is responsible for every aspect of the administration of student data. Among other things, the office deals with admissions and deregistrations, issuing of the UNIGRAZCard and of confirmations of enrolment and confirmations of successful course completion.
uniIT deals with the University of Graz’s information and communication infrastructure and provides a host of special services for students which facilitate and support studying and working at the university.
unikid provides information and support with questions about combining studying and working and the role of active carer for relatives who are minors. unicare provides information and support with the issue of family care based on an academic study into how family care obligations are accommodated at the University of Graz.
The Welcome Center serves as a central service and advice point for international staff, visitors and full-time students with matters relating to their stay in Graz.
With advice and assistance, the Disability Resource Centre supports students with disabilities and chronic diseases or psychological disorders in their day-to-day student life.
Working Group for Equal Opportunities (AKGL)
The Working Group for Equal Opportunities (AKGL) is a university body established by law. Its members consist of academic and non-academic staff as well as students. students can contact the Working Group for Equal Opportunities, if they have questions relating to equal opportunities, discrimination, the advancement of women, sexual harassment or bullying.