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Overview: Prospective Students

Degree and Certificate Programmes

What can I study at TU Graz? What kinds of further education are on offer?
See the Overview of degree and certificate programmes.

Advisory Services for Prospective Students

Which degree programme is the right one for me? Where can I get information and advice about courses at TU Graz? Does TU Graz offer information for secondary-school students?
Visit Advisory Services for Prospective Students for more information.

Open Day

Would you like to get to know TU Graz, its students and the degree programmes on offer?
Get an overview at the Open Day.

Registration and Admission

How can I register to study? What are the admission requirements?
Go to Registration and Admission.

Living in Graz for Students

What is it like to live in Graz? Do international students need a visa to come to Austria? What if I get sick? And how will I find a place to live? About mobile phones and "Kaiserschmarrn", insurance and bank accounts for students – about living in Graz for students.

Financial Matters

What will I have to pay as a student? Are there allowances and grants that I can apply for?
Visit Financial Matters to find out.

Accessible Learning

What support does TU Graz provide for students with a chronic disease or disability? Where can I access advice and support?
Information is available under Accessible Learning.


GESTU-Graz is a service point for students in Graz who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Read more on page GESTU-Graz.

Student Teams

Putting theory into practice, acquiring new skills, networking with other students, staff and alumni, making friends for life: join one of the many TU Graz student teams and make it happen.

Graduate Tracking Project

What career opportunities does a degree from TU Graz offer? In which industries do graduates work and how much do they earn?
Find out on page Graduate Tracking Project

Services for Children and Young People

Explore the TU Graz and discover your passion for IT, engineering or the natural sciences – with the TU Graz Services for Children and Young People.