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Graz University of Technology (TU Graz)

Country: Austria

City: Graz


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Graz University of Technology
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Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) has built up an impressive record of achievements in teaching and research over the last 200 years. The research activities range from high-quality basic research and application-oriented research to industrial implementation. Co-operation projects with science and business play an important role. TU Graz consolidates its competence thematically in the five “Fields of Expertise” by carrying out top research in important areas for the future from Human and Biotechnology to Mobility and Production or Advanced Materials Science. Some 13,000 students from almost 100 countries worldwide study at TU Graz in seven faculties and 100 institutes. Based on scientific bachelor’s programmes, the TU Graz concentrates on research-oriented master’s and PhD programmes. Graz University of Technology produces top performers and managers much in demand.

TU Graz is a modern, future-oriented educational and research institution with a distinctive international profile. TU Graz offers 18 bachelor’s programmes, 33 master’s programmes - 14 of which taught in English - and English doctoral degree programmes. The traditional strong networks existing between TU Graz and representatives of international industry and economy allow students to gain practical experience throughout their studies. Strong focus is placed on educating students in entrepreneurship but also on supporting student’s developments in terms of their key skills and personalities. Thus, the university also supports the various student initiatives and interdisciplinary teams of students in different research areas, from automotive to robotics or neuroscience. Many of these teams make incredible achievements in international competitions. All this further enhances the already excellent career prospects for TU Graz graduates in research and industry. In terms of teaching, TU Graz is also blazing news trails and uses the latest teaching and learning technologies to support interactive and creative study.

With the projects NAWI Graz and BioTechMed Graz TU Graz works with other universities to achieve synergy effects in teaching and research. NAWI Graz is a partnership with the University of Graz which involves sharing of teaching, research activities and doctoral programmes. BioTechMed Graz pools competences of the University of Graz, the Medical University of Graz and TU Graz and makes them more visible in the worlds of research and industry.

Architecture | Civil Engineering | Mechanical Engineering and Economic Sciences | Electrical and Information Engineering | Technical Mathematics and Technical Physics | Technical Chemistry, Chemical and Process Engineering and Biotechnology | Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering


Master’s Degree Programmes – Taught in English

  • Advanced Materials Science
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Biorefinery Engineering
  • Biotechnology
  • Chemical and Pharmaceutical Engineering
  • Computer Science
  • Geotechnical and Hydraulic Engineering
  • Information and Computer Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Physics
  • Production Science and Management
  • Software Engineering and Management
  • Technical Chemistry
  • Technical Physics


Master’s Degree Programmes – Taught in German

  • Architecture
  • Biochemistry and Molecular Biomedical Sciences
  • Chemical and Process Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering and Structural Engineering
  • Civil Engineering – Infrastructure
  • Construction Management and Civil Engineering
  • Earth Sciences
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Business
  • Environmental Systems Sciences/Natural Sciences – Technology
  • Geomatics Science
  • Geospatial Technologies
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering and Business Economics
  • Molecular Microbiology
  • Plant Sciences
  • Space Sciences and Earth from Space


Bachelor’s Degree Programmes – Taught in German

  • Architecture
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Chemical and Process Engineering
  • Chemistry
  • Civil Engineering and Construction Management
  • Computer Science
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering and Audio Engineering
  • Environmental Systems Sciences / Natural Sciences-Technology
  • Geodesy
  • Geosciences
  • Information and Computer Engineering
  • Mathematics
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering and Business Economics
  • Molecular Biology
  • Physics
  • Software Development and Business Management
  • ©Lunghammer - TU Graz


Presentation video

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).


Interesting Places

  • Domkirche cathedral of gothic architecture
  • Gothic and Baroque churches with Stadtpfarrkirche among others
  • Mariahilfkirche
  • The Renaissance Landhaus
  • Rathaus (Town Hall from the 19th century)
  • Uhrturm – the clocktower, symbol of Graz
  • Armoury from the 17th century
  • Schlossberg demolished fortress
  • Basilica Mariatrost
  • Museums especially Joanneus Folk Museum with the crown of Styria`s princes and European paintings

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Graz University of Technology (TU Graz)
Rechbauerstraße 12
8010 Graz

Phone: +43 316 873 6419


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