Phone: +43 316 873 6422
ERASMUS+ INTERNATIONAL CREDIT MOBILITY
Tel.: +43 316 873 6415
ISEP AND DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAMMES WITH TONGJI UNIVERSITY
Phone: +43 316 873 6429
OverSEAs (previously Joint Study) AND MONTCLAIR STATE UNIVERSITY SCHOLARSHIP
Phone: +43 316 873 6425
MARSHALL PLAN, CEEPUS, SUMMER PROGRAMMES AND BEST OF SOUTH EAST
Phone: +43 316 873 6417
In Graz, there is plenty of accommodation for students, e.g. rooms in student housing or flat shares. Living together with other people is cheaper and helps you to get to know Austrians or other international students.
The earlier you start looking for accommodation, the more possibilities you have! Make sure that you make payments in time, otherwise you cannot be guaranteed a place.
NOTE: Accommodation for students who are coming to Graz in the framework of the ISEP network, will be organised by TU Graz, International Office – Welcome Center.
Please note that male and female students live in all student housing in Graz.
Here you can find a variety of different options:
You can also look for accommodation in Graz on the following portals:
Tip: When looking for accommodation, remember to ask what equipment is available in the room and flat. You will then know what items you need to bring with you to Graz or buy here.
Whether or not you need to apply for a visa or a residence permit for your semester abroad at TU Graz depends on your citizenship.
The language of a country tells you a great deal about the people who live there. Take advantage of this opportunity to learn a new language or improve your German skills! TU Graz recommends the language courses organised by treffpunkt sprachen, the Centre for Language, Plurilingualism and Didactics at the University of Graz. You can participate in an intensive German language course before the start of the semester and/or take a German language course during the semester. Upon successful completion of the course, you receive a certificate with ETCS credit points.
The intensive German language courses are organised by treffpunkt sprachen and take place before the beginning of the winter and summer semesters.
Cost of course: € 270,-
NOTE: You need to register for the language course at treffpunkt sprachen and register as a co-registered student at the University of Graz. You will receive further information at the TU Graz Welcome Events.
You must plan your journey so that you can take part in the compulsory Welcome Events.
Only if you are writing a research paper during your stay at TU Graz or are participating in a short programme, e.g. a summer programme, and are not participating in any courses, you can also start your stay during the semester.
Winter semester 2019/20, if you are taking the intensive German language course:
Winter semester 2019/20, if you are NOT taking the intensive German language course:
Summer semester 2020, if you are taking the intensive German language course:
Summer semester 2020, if you are NOT taking the intensive German language course:
Participating in the compulsory Welcome Events helps you to get the most out of your stay at TU Graz.
Whether or not you need to take out health insurance depends on which country you are from and how long you are staying in Graz. Make sure that you contact your insurance company in your home country before you come to Graz! If you are staying in Austria for longer than 6 months, you must take out GKK health insurance in order to receive a residence permit.
If you are planning to study at TU Graz for a maximum of 6 months, it is recommended that you take out GKK insurance in Austria.
EU, EEA and Swiss citizens:
If you have studied in an EU/EEA country or in Switzerland up until now, you can use the E-card from your home country. It is also valid in Austria. Make sure that you contact your insurance in your home country before you come to Graz!
Citizens of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia and Turkey:
These countries currently have a social insurance agreement with Austria. If you come from one of these countries, you do not need any additional health insurance in Austria. Before you leave your home country, make sure that you get the A3 form from your health insurance company. In Graz, you can exchange this form for health insurance vouchers at Steiermärkische Gebietskrankenkasse (GKK), which you need if you visit a doctor in Austria.
Citizens of all other countries:
You need to take out health insurance in Austria. You need to take out your own student insurance at Steiermärkische Gebietskrankenkasse (GKK) in Graz. Further information will be given at the TU Graz Welcome Events.
With the Austrian Student Union’s accident and liability insurance, you are insured against all damages and accidents that may occur during your degree.
This also applies to
Further information and advice is available at the Department for Social Policy at the TU Graz Student Union.
The Department for International Affairs at the TU Graz Student Union organises the mentor system. This programme brings international and national students together. Students at TU Graz help you at the beginning of your stay in this new country. They help you to choose courses, introduce you to the Graz night life, and much more. At the same time, you learn more about Austrian culture, give others an insight into your own culture and improve your language skills.
Further provisions of the Department for International Affairs at the TU Graz Student Union: