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Overview: Teaching at TU Graz

Teaching at TU Graz means: teaching with the latest methods. Teaching in an international environment. Teaching with innovative learning technologies. Research-based teaching.

News about Teaching at TU Graz

Teaching at the university is a constantly evolving profession, whose members strive to offer the students the best possible education to prepare them for their future professional and academic career.
News Overview

Strategy of Academic Affairs

TU Graz offers its students an outstanding education and promotes excellence in teaching of its employees with a teaching assignment. We care about education – This strategic advancement aims at positioning TU Graz as an internationally recognized educational institution. Read more about our Strategy of Academic Affairs.

Dialogue Formats and Events

Dialogue formats and events encourage the exchange of experiences and ideas between stakeholders of TU Graz.
Dialogue Formats and Events

Higher Education Development

Teaching is a central pillar of the university. Continuous improvement of teaching is a central part of TU Graz strategy and uses innovative university teaching models.
Visit the page Higher Education Development for more details.

Higher Education Didactics

Training and further education of teaching staff at TU Graz is the basis of modern and good-quality teaching.
Visit Higher Education Didactics for more information on these activities.

Educational Technology

Innovative teaching and learning technologies are inseparable from modern teaching. TU Graz is moving forward steadily with the application of new and pioneering technologies in teaching.
Visit Educational Technology for more details.

Services for Teaching Staff

TU Graz provides support for its teachers in many ways – allowing them to maintain the high-quality of instruction offered and develop it even further – including innovative learning technologies, training and continuing education offers, and support and mentoring programmes.
Visit Services for Teaching Staff for more information.

Prize for Excellence in Teaching

Excellence in teaching is an absolute priority in the mission of TU Graz. Every two years, the university honours outstanding teachers with the Prize for Excellence in Teaching.
For information on the prize and previous winners, see Prize for Excellence in Teaching.

Cooperation in Teaching

TU Graz maintains a large and diverse portfolio of interdisciplinary partnerships with outside organisations from the worlds of academia and industry. These networks of partnerships make it possible to use the knowledge and expertise of all partners to create value for all.
Visit Cooperationen in Teaching for more information.

Student Mentoring

In the winter semester 2017/18 TU Graz will offer a student mentoring for the first time. The teachers and tutors will supervise freshmen and their first steps.
Student Mentoring

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    Teachers’ discussion group on 26 February

    The Teachers' discussion group as a proven exchange format for methods and didactics in teaching will be continued in the new Rectorate period. In February, the discussion group will be hosted at Campus Inffeldgasse. More ...

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    Comprehensive course evaluation

    Also this winter semester all courses will be evaluated at TU Graz. The measure, which covers the past summer semester and the current winter semester, serves the purpose of quality assurance. More ...

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    Diversity in teaching and research

    Diversity at tertiary education institutions is omnipresent, no matter whether one relates to the increasing heterogeneity of the students’ population or gender and diversity aspects in research projects. More ...

Stefan Vorbach
Stefan Vorbach, Vice Rector for Academic Affairs

TU Graz views its educational responsibility as pertaining to the entire student lifecycle – beginning with students interested in applying for a degree programme to our graduates. Postgraduate education and training are also becoming increasingly important, very much in the spirit of lifelong learning.

In a nutshell: The education target group at TU Graz includes everyone who wants to acquire new knowledge and skills!

Vice Rector for Academic Affairs

Stefan VORBACH
Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Phone: +43 316 873 6010
vr-lehrenoSpam@tugraz.at