Due to COVID-19 not all information services of TU Graz can be made available as usual. Here you can find out how you can get information and advice on studying at TU Graz.
Specialist information can make it easier to decide on a degree programme. At Career Information Fairs, TU Graz also provides you with information on careers, studying and continuing education, e.g.
You can find the next dates on the job, training and education fair website: BeSt3.
+43 316 873 6092
You want to study, but don’t know which degree is right for you? You can’t quite decide because you don’t know enough about career options available after graduation? You can ask all these questions at the general Student Advisory Service offered by TU Graz.
Tel.: +43 316 873 - 6078
What will I have to do in the first semesters? How much practice can I expect? And what can I actually do with my degree when I've finished? Check what you expect!
A student and a lecturer of each programme will take time for all your questions and you will get to know TU Graz during on-site appointments. Up to 10 persons can participate at each date.
You already know what you want to study and now have questions about the admission procedure, about registration and admission, the tuition fee, or the orientation phase (STEOP)? The registrar's office team is happy to help!
In the registrar's office team, you will find just the right person to answer your questions.
By students for (prospective) students: the advisors at the TU Graz Student Union offer a wide variety of support. As a prospective student, you can get advice on the registration process as well as on the contents of degree programmes you are interested in.
Are you a graduate or a skilled worker with relevant qualifications and professional experience? Do you want to develop your knowledge of technology or the natural sciences? The TU Graz Life Long Learning team gives advice on university certificate programmes and courses at TU Graz.
You will receive information about:
Would you like to test out a degree? Are you unsure which degree you will find interesting? Do you want to make sure that your first choice is right for you?
With “Trying out studying”, you have the opportunity to participate in taster courses for the degree programmes that interest you. You participate in a course accompanied by a student. Afterwards, there will be an advice session where you can ask any questions you may have.
You want to study and have a disability or a chronic disease? TU Graz offers many different types of support and is happy to advise you:
The motto of the Children's University of Graz is “get children interested in science, research and art”. Children and teenagers from 8 to 19 years of age are introduced to university life by means of lectures and workshops especially adapted to meet their needs.
CONTACT US AT TU GRAZ:
Tel.: +43 316 873 6095
CONTACT AT CHILDREN'S UNIVERSITY:
Children's University of Graz
Tel.: +43 316 380 2179
Are you looking for permanent and/or flexible childcare so that you can study at TU Graz? TU Graz Representative for Work/Studies-Life Balance gives advice and provides information on ways to combine studying with family life.
TU Graz Representative for Work/Studies-Life Balance
Phone: +43 316 873 6095
If you cannot participate in the Open Day, you can arrange an individual appointment for a group tour around TU Graz. School classes are provided with general information on degree programmes and visit selected institutes.
To make an appointment, please contact
+43 316 873 6092
A degree programme advice team, made up of students at TU Graz, comes to your school and provides information. They give a presentation on all available degree programmes, and answer questions on degrees and university life.
+43 316 873 6092
IMST (Innovations make schools top) aims to support teachers in making mathematics, computer science, natural sciences and technology classes more innovative.
Styrian school classes can register free of charge for a wide range of (online) workshops that deal with scientific and technical topics adapted to specific school levels. A special focus is on teaching digital skills.
The aim of the FEM IN TECH initiative (formerly FIT - Frauen in die Technik) is to provide female pupils with exciting access to technical and scientific studies. TU Graz cooperates with other universities, universities of applied sciences as well as colleges and initiatives in the field of education.
Next FEM IN TECH info day:
13 February 2023
Phone: +43 316 873 6096
Do you want to get up close to science and research? Do you want to get to know the world of technology? Do you want to find out more about the work of the institutes and faculties at TU Graz? Well, with a 4 to 5-week summer job at TU Graz, you can!
Every year, around 90 girls aged 15 years or over have the chance to experience technology at TU Graz during the holidays. The pupils are involved in everyday life at the institute, take part in course preparation and research activities. They are supervised by an academic member of staff - if required, even after the summer job has ended, e.g. during school projects or when choosing a degree programme or career path.
Requirements for a summer job
Application for a summer job
You can only apply for a summer job in the framework of T³UG - Teens Tackle Technology after participating at the FEM IN TECH info day at TU Graz on 13 February 2023.
Phone: +43 316 873 6092
Discovering and exploring computers through play, gaining a first insight into technology and science, consolidating self-confidence in technical skills - this is what happens at CoMaed, the summer computer courses for girls aged 10 and up. They start with a two-week all-day "Beginner" course, followed by one-week continuation courses.
If you are an international student and would like to complete a part of your degree programme at TU Graz in the framework of a mobility programme:
The International Office – Welcome Center team is your first point of call if you have any questions about your semester abroad at TU Graz.