Gain an overview of TU Graz by taking a look at numbers and facts. Find out more in the university’s publications – in print and online. Get an overall picture in TU Graz Compact.
What does TU Graz stand for? What are the university’s aims? What makes the university unique? Click here to find out about the Mission Statement.
Find out about the TU Graz Key Objectives and Focus Areas.
What does diversity mean to TU Graz? Which measures does the university implement? Find out about how the university promotes diversity under Diversity.
Who does TU Graz cooperate with, to make it possible to achieve more? For further information see Cooperation Ventures in Research and Teaching.
TU Graz works together closely with partners from science and business by means of participations. Here you can find out about the TU Graz Corporate Portfolio.
All employees contribute to the high standards of research and teaching at TU Graz. Quality Management is described on this page.
The University Act and the Statute form the basis of work in research and teaching. Here, you can find out about the Organisational Basis.
TU Graz has an impressive history. Find out more under History.
TU Graz spreads across 3 big campus locations: the
Alte Technik campus, the
Neue Technik campus and
Inffeldgasse campus. Learn more about the buildings of TU Graz.
The TU Graz Bulletin is where TU Graz publishes its official decisions, regulations and announcements, such as regulations, vacant positions, grants and curricula: University Gazettes
In accordance with the requirements of the federal government, no in-person courses are currently taking place at TU Graz, and employees are working from home or are on leave of absence. All buildings are closed to the public.
For his pioneering research in the field of cross-laminated timber, Gerhard Schickhofer, head of the Institute of Timber Engineering and Wood Technology of TU Graz, has been awarded the 2019 Marcus Wallenberg Prize. The award is worth some 200,000 euros.
For many people a mission to Mars would be a dream. For Michael Müller, physics student at TU Graz, this was a dream come true – at least almost. He reports on his experiences as a field crew member of the AMADEE-18 Mars Simulation project in Oman – from his arrival on the ‘red planet’ to the...