Almost 200 years of research and teaching in society’s service make Graz University of Technology one of Austria's most venerable scientific institutions. The University’s success throughout its eventful history has been based upon the achievements of outstanding personalities in science, research and their application.
Today study programmes at the Graz University of Technology comprise bachelor programmes (BSc or Bakk.techn.) and master programmes (MSc or Dipl.-Ing.). A doctoral study programme(Dr.techn. or Dr.rer.nat.) can be carried out based on a master programme. Close contacts to partners in industry and business guarantee a practical approach to education at the Graz University of Technology. Well-founded specialised knowledge and a high degree of problem-solving abilities go to form the seed capital of students on the path to their future careers. Graduates thus enjoy an excellent reputation and are frequently later encountered in leading positions. Students can rely on good support and an excellent infrastructure at Graz University of Technology. An orientation year makes the transition from school to the exciting surroundings of university easier. In keeping with the motto “committed to excellence”, Graz University of Technology offers interesting study programmes at the cutting edge. Efficient use of new technologies in the fields of e-learning, IT services, the library and administrative procedures makes day-to-day university life easier.
Courses of Study
Master's Programmes – Taught in German
Master's Programmes – Taught in English
Check more information on: http://portal.tugraz.at/portal/page/portal/TU_Graz/Studium_Lehre/Studien
Austria is a very popular country among the students. You can find almost all of the faculties you can imagine and the level of education is very high and highly recognized. In Austria you will meet many international students and thus living in here will be very colourful and diversified.
Graz is the second biggest city in Austria. It is also prestigious fair and festival centre with excellent opera and theatre. It`s oldest historical part in 1999 was added to the UNESCO list of World Cultural Heritage Sites. A large number of students (40 thousand) who learn in local higher education institutions vivify the atmosphere and is the reason why you cannot be bored in the evenings.
The name Graz probably comes from a Slavic word gradec – fortified place or a small castle. Here, on the foreground of the Alps in the 6th century Slavic and Germanic tribes fought with each other in order to seize control over the former Celtic and Roman terrains; the Germanic tribes won. However, not until the end of the10th century, when around the Mur river the March has been finally established, Graz started to play a role of a defensive, political and economical centre. In the 13th century the city was surrounded with walls and the castle was erected. During the rule of the Habsburgs Graz became one of the most important place of their empire while being their residence.
The Habsburgs patronage favored the development of science and arts. For some time the city was even a place where an outstanding astronomer Johannes Kepler lived and worked. Local school has been quickly raised to the level of university.
Graz is located in a picturesque surroundings. The river Mur is crosses it from the north to the south. The city is divided into 17 districts (Stadtbezirke). The Old Town (Altstadt) lies completely on the left bank of the river. It is dominated by the Castle Mountain (Schloßberg) where there are ruins of an old fortress with a characteristic clock tower (Glockenturm). The street of the Old Town are really narrow. Lots of them are closed to cars and that is why it is best to go everywhere by feet. The old city walls has partially survivedin the outskirts of the Old Town. The Old Town area is enclosed by the Wickenburgergasse, Parkstr., Glacisstr., Fischer-Alle, Burgring, Operring, Joanneumring and Radetzky streets. To the East there is a university and near Operaring – opera house. Along the river there are walkways and busy streets. Moving by a car in the centre is quite difficult due to high number of one-way streets.
West to the centre of the town the Eggenberg palace has been raised. It is one of the objects which are very popular among the tourists visiting Graz.
Castle Mountain is a perfect viewpoint and you can get there by a funicular railway (Schlossbergbahn which starts at Kaiser-Franz-Josef-Kai) by glass elevator or by steep stairs (Schloßbergstiege) from the at the foot of the Castle Mountain (Schloßbergplatz).
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Other admission requirements:
by September 1 for the winter semester; by February 1 for the summer semester
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