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Study Abroad

There are many different reasons why people choose to do a semester abroad as part of their degree. One main reason is often better career prospects. Or do you simply want to satisfy your curiosity about other countries, cultures and languages? Whatever your motives, the possibilities are endless: whether you want to study abroad for a semester, find work experience or complete your whole degree abroad – the world is your oyster!

Outgoing Student Mobility

Team of the service department International Relations and Mobility Programmes, Source: Renate Trummer, Fotogenia – TU Graz

Information and Advice

International Office – Welcome Center
Rechbauerstraße 12
A-8010 Graz
internationalnoSpam@tugraz.at
www.tugraz.at/go/international

Contact persons


Address for visitors:
International House
Lessingstraße 32
8010 Graz
Map

The International Office - Welcome Center is open again for appointments! We kindly ask you to arrange an appointment with your contact person (Contacts).

Mobility Programmes

Students at TU Graz can find detailed information about the different mobility programmes on the intranet TU4U.

Map of the World: Photo source: TU Graz

Online Study Abroad Fair

No matter whether the stay abroad is already in planning or still a pipe dream: The annual Study Abroad Fair provides students with all information on european and worldwide mobility programmes and scholarships of TU Graz.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Study Abroad Fair 2021 will take place only online. In addition to the main presentation on the different mobility options offered by TU Graz, separate question and answer sessions will be held concerning all mobility programmes. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions to the responsible programme coordinators from the International Office - Welcome Center and to receive all information needed about stays abroad.

When: March 17, 2021, at 10.00 a.m.
Where: ONLINE via Webex
Further information: in the intranet TU4U
 

Three students with luggage and backpacks on the train platform. Photo source: Lunghammer - TU Graz