A bachelor's degree is the university-level introduction to a subject. The degree
Bachelor of Science (BSc) qualifies you for entry to a master's degree programme.
Bachelor's degree programmes
In a master's degree programme you study a selected subject in depth and acquire practical experience. The degrees
Diplomingenieur (DI or Dipl.-Ing.) or
Master of Science (MSc) open a wide spectrum of professional opportunities and qualify you to begin doctoral studies.
Master's Degree Programmes
The Teacher Training Course for Secondary Education is composed of a bachelor's and a master's degree programme. The degree
Bachelor of Education (BEd) qualifies you for a variety of teaching activities in schools and other educational institutions. The degree
Master of Education (MEd) is the required qualification for teaching at AHS (general secondary schools).
Teacher Training Programme
When you work for a doctoral degree, you will build on the knowledge acquired in your master's degree programme and will do research in a specialised subject area culminating in your thesis. With a doctoral degree –
Doktor der technischen Wissenschaften (Dr. techn.) or
Doktor der Naturwissenschaften (Dr. rer. nat.) you are qualified to carry out research autonomously at universities and in companies.
TU Graz offers a range of continuing education from short courses leading to a certificate of participation to courses of 1 or 2 years leading to professional qualifications (state recognised, university-level certificates).
Massive Open Online Courses (moocs) cover a wider range of subjects and are open to everyone, any time, for free.
Massive Open Online Courses
As part of the joint iTalent-South East initiative, the Industriellenvereinigung Steiermark and Graz University of Technology have for the first time awarded scholarships to five young IT-talents from Southeast Europe.
On the tenth anniversary of the RoboCupJunior educational initiative, the state championships will be held in Weiz this year. TU Graz, Carinthia University of Applied Sciences and University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien are combining their forces and have confidence in the ‘RoboCupJunior...
In the winter semester 2017/18, TU Graz will be offering 14 master’s programmes just in English. What’s new – apart from the NAWI Graz master’s programmes Physics and Technical Physics – is Biorefinery Engineering, a course unique in Europe.
Karin Schaupp, chair of the University Council of TU Graz, handed over a cheque worth 1,000 euros to Team ‘kepler robotics’ of the Kepler Secondary School. The patron of the sponsoring partnership is state councillor Christopher Drexler.
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