In the booklet Studying at TU Graz – Information for New Students we give you some advice and many tips on how to get started.
All the best for your first semester and I hope you have a happy and successful time at TU Graz. You can look forward to exciting learning experiences that will introduce you to the cutting edge of engineering and science and the world of research and technological development.
Once you have received an admission letter you have to pre-register online and then visit the Registration Office to register in person within the admission period. After paying your Austrian Students’ Union fee and, if applicable, your tuition fees as well as getting printed an expiry date on your TU Graz card, the next steps are:
You can use a number of free resources to prepare for studying at TU Graz, even before you start. These include MOOCs, ‘massive open online courses,’ which you can take in the holidays before your first semester begins. You can sign up for them on iMooX imoox.at/mooc.
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The Booklet for New Students contains information and useful tips related to various relevant topics:
Any further questions before the start of your studies?
TU Graz holds Welcome Days before the beginning of the winter semester . At the Welcome Days you can learn about how your bachelor’s degree programme is organized and pick up important tips on how to plan your studies.
The International Welcome Days provide international degree seeking students of all levels (BSc, MSc, PhD) with an Englishspeaking introduction into everyday life as a TU Graz student.
Orientation workshop for first-semester students
Also, there will be an orientation workshop for first-semester students (in German:
Erstsemestrigentutorium), hosted by students in higher semesters who can give you lot of help getting started. It is organized by the students’ representatives for your degree programme. Of course, you can already begin to make contacts with other students at these events.
Some of the degree programmes also include orientation courses (‘Introduction to your degree programme’ or similar), which you are required to take in your first semester.