Together with the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe, University of Leoben hosts a workshop on Deeper Learning at TU Graz. More ...
To enable an optimal start of studies, a new booklet for first year students was developed. More ...
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The Students’ Discussion Group has been taking place regularly since winter semester 2016. In a casual atmosphere, the team of the Vice rectorate for Academic Affairs gets in contact with students directly to discuss topics concerning learning and teaching. The last Discussion Group on 28 May focused in the central part of the discussion on the topic of actively taking examinations and which measures could lead to an increase of positively taken exams.
The output of the Discussion Group, a review on the years 2016 to 2019 and further information can be found on the intranet TU4U.
Together with the European Centre for Modern Languages of the Council of Europe, University of Leoben hosts a workshop on
Deeper Learning at TU Graz. This form of knowledge transfer focuses the interactivity between teachers and learners and the joint development of facts, to eventually make learners more secure in mediated contents.
The two-day further education targets teachers and scientific staff of Austrian Higher Education institutions with an emphasis on technical subjects as well as teachers of engineering-focused secondary schools. Information: As download (in German) or contact anja.meiernoSpam@unileoben.ac.at.
When: 26 to 27 September 2019
Where: TU Graz, SR AT01104, Rechbauerstraße 12, first floor, 8010 Graz
Registrations at anja.meiernoSpam@unileoben.ac.at possible until 6 September.
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After the elections of the Austrian Students’ Union during end of May, the new students’ council has been in office since 1 July. The chair:
The current legislative term is running until 30 June 2021. An overview about the overall election results of TU Graz can be found online. Here, results for the federal representation as well as for all other Austrian universities and universities of applied sciences can be found.
On 26 June, the senatorial elections took place. Employees of TU Graz were called up to elect 13 representatives of the university professors, 6 representatives of the associate professors and 1 representative of the administrative personnel.
The term of office for the new constituted Senate starts by 1 October 2019 and runs until 30 September 2022.
Studying at TU Graz
To enable an optimal start of studies, a new booklet for first year students was developed. The brochure contains information and useful tips related to various relevant topics:
Starting with the enrolment phase in July, the booklet will be handed out to all first-year-students. You can download the booklet as PDF version.