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TU Graz at a Glance

As the name suggests, TU Graz is located in the centre of Graz, the second biggest city in Austria. With eight institutions of higher education, Graz is a real student city and is regarded as one of the cities of central Europe and the European Union with the highest quality of life. Get an initial idea of the services and structures of the University. Learn more about strategy, goals, achievements and people from our print and online publications.

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Facts and Figures

  • 3,485 staff total*

    • of which are academic staff 1,705*
    • of which are mandated instructors/student assistents 787*
    • of which are non-academic staff 995*

  • 13,373 regular students (WS)*
  • 7 faculties
  • 94 institutes
  • 3 campus locations in Graz
  • 158.9 mio € federal budget 2018
  • 78.9 mio € income from third-party funds 2018
  • Rectorate, Senate, University Council
  • Organisation Chart

(*as of 31/12/2018)

Research

TU Graz combines its research into five Fields of Expertise. Through the promotion of Lead Projects, TU Graz is developing existing top research areas.

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Fields of Expertise, Source: TU Graz

Core Areas of Research: 5 Fields of Expertise

TU Graz combines its research into five Fields of Expertise in which researchers work in an interdisciplinary way.

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TU Graz in International Rankings

Shanghai Ranking 2019

  • Computer Science & Engineering: ranking group 101-150
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering: ranking group 101-150
  • Biomedical Engineering: ranking group 201-300
  • Materials Science & Engineering: ranking group 201-300
  • Nanoscience & Nanotechnology: ranking group 201-300
  • Biotechnology: ranking group 301-400
  • Chemistry: ranking group 301-400
  • Earth Sciences: ranking group 301-400
  • Chemical Engineering: ranking group 301-400
  • Energy Science & Engineering: ranking group 301-400
  • Mathematics: ranking group 401-500

QS World University Rankings 2019

  • Rank 363

QS World University Rankings by Subject 2019

  • Architecture: ranking group 151-200
  • Mechanical, Aeronautical & Manifacturing Engineering: ranking group 151-200
  • Chemical Engineering: ranking group 201-250
  • Materials Sciences: ranking group 201-250
  • Computer Science & Information Systems: ranking group 251-300
  • Electrical & Electronic Engineering: ranking group 301-350
  • Mathematics: ranking group 301-350
  • Chemistry: ranking group 301-350
  • Biological Sciences: ranking group 451-500
  • Physics & Astronomy: ranking group 451-500

Times Higher Education (THE) World University Ranking 2019

  • Ranking group 401-500

THE Ranking 2018 – subjetcs

  • Computer Science: ranking group 176-200
  • Engineering & Technology: ranking group 201-250
  • Physical Sciences: ranking group 301-400

Leiden Ranking 2019

  • PP Top 10%: world rank 220
  • PP industry: world rank 9

U-Multirank 2019

  • 11 A rankings, 10 B rankings

Research

  • EU H2020 programme: about 61 projects

    • of which ERC grants: 6

  • 10 Christian Doppler-Laboratories
  • 2,333 publications in 2018
  • 24 patent applications, 3 patents granted in 2018
  • Leading position in Austrian Competence Centres (COMET programme) as cooperation of science and industry/business; participation in

    • 5 out of 5 K2-Centres
    • 14 out of 20 K1-Centres
    • 9 out of 17 K-Projects

  • Research sponsored by the  Austrian Science Fund (FWF):

    • Participation in 3 Special Research Areas
    • 4 START projects
    • 4 doctoral programmes
    • about 60 single projects

Teaching and Studies

TU Graz offers bachelor’s, master’s, teacher training and doctoral programmes as well as postgraduate programmes. Master’s programmes held in English are a key prerequisite for the exchange of international students and teaching staff.

Tuition and Studies at TU Graz:

  • 18 Bachelor's programmes (of which 6 NAWI-Graz study programmes)
  • 33 Master's programmes (of which 16 in English and 15 NAWI-Graz study programmes)
  • Doctoral programmes in 14 Doctoral Schools (all of them taught in English)
  • 8 Postgraduate programmes

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Internationale students of TU Graz by regions

Students

  • 13,373 students total

    • of which women: 3,269 (24,3 %)
    • of which men: 10,104 (75,6 %)
    • of which 21,3 % international students

  • 2,008 beginners total in WS 2018/19
  • 1,958 graduates 2018/19 (bachelor's, master's, diploma, doctoral progammes)

(*as of 31/12/2018)

Cooperations

Successful research lives from cooperation with strong partners – worldwide. TU Graz cultivates a variety of collaborative models.

Public-private Partnership

  • With renowned companies
  • From endowed professorships to shared research infrastructure

Public-public Partnership

  • Cooperations with universities, research and educational institutions
  • Shared teaching
  • Cooperative research activities and shared use of expensive research infrastructure

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Public-private Partnership

Partner companies 2018:

  • 18 endowed professorships
  • 21 Lecture hall and seminar room sponsorships as well as career partners
  • 10 Sponsors of scholarships abroad from 13 Technology and Society Forum members
  • 38 Members of the Technology and Society Forum (Alumni Assossiation)
Map showing the cooperation partners of TU Graz

Public-public Partnership

In the global competition for scarce resources and the brightest minds TU Graz erlies on strategic cooperations. TU Graz works together extensively with 6 renowned universities in all fields.

More on the international partnerships of TU Graz with universities and research institutions

Past and Present

Founded by Archduke Johann in 1811 TU Graz writes history – then as now.

TU Graz can look back on more than 200 years of science, passion and technology.
Enjoy reading about the people and events shaping life at TU Graz today in print and online news News+Stories.