General Staff

Peer Advisor at CSBME

We are looking for a Peer Advisor at our CSBME faculty for Erasmus incomings and new master students. The employment as a Student Assistant would be from 1.10.2024 – 30.6.2025 for 2 hrs per week at the Dean's Office (Inffeldgasse 10).


  • You will support Erasmus Incomings and new Master's students: Peer Advisors serve as informed and knowledgeable academic resources throughout an academic year to enhance student access to academic support services, teach students about academic support technology, and encourage fact-based decision making for students.


  • Experience with study abroad is an advantage.
  • Master students from our curricula CS, SEM, ICE, CSS and BME are welcome to apply.

How to apply
Please send applications via email to (contact person: Sigrid Öllinger)

Grants & Open Calls

Annual meeting of the Austrian Society for Biomedical Engineering (ÖGBMT) 2024: October 24th - 25th, 2024

  • Papers: Submission Deadline extended to 14.06.2024
  • Stefan Schuy Prize of the ÖGBMT: Submission Deadline 15th of May 2024
  • Student competition "CSBME Award 2024" - Best PHD Thesis in BME: Submission Deadline 1st of June 2024


Critical Infrastructure Award

The Critical Infrastructure Award is intended to recognize young scientists in the fields of computer science, (business) informatics, communications engineering, electrical engineering and automation engineering, or similar, for outstanding achievements related to safety-critical infrastructures (e.g., transport modes, energy networks, telecommunications networks).

Deadline: The amount of the prize is 10,000 euros. Submission deadline (application deadline) is September 20, 2024.


Nano EHS, 2024

Nano EHS is a research focus of the Federal Ministry for Climate Action, Environment, Energy, Mobility, Innovation and Technology (BMK) and deals with safety and risk-related issues in the field of nanomaterials and advanced materials. Details on two different submission options can be found on the FFG-Website.

Deadline: June 14,2024 


Scholarship David-Herzog-Fund

The aim of David-Herzog-Found grants has always been and continues to be the promotion and support of intercultural understanding and learning - especially with regard to Jewish culture. The David-Herzog-Fond supports the work of scientists, students and artists through four program tracks and is supported by all Styrian universities since it was established in 2005.

Deadline: Submission is possible at any time. The management board decides every six months on applications received (June and December).


International Mobility News

Joint Courses with International Universities: Funding application deadline, 1 July 2024

Lecturers still have a few weeks time to apply for funding for their courses in winter semester 2024/25. Once approved, the programme supports students taking part in a joint course abroad. Lecturers must submit the application by 1 July for the first round of funding.  After this date, if there are spots and funding remaining, lecturers can submit a later application, but least two months before the start of the stay abroad.

Further information can be found on TU4U.  Contact:


Tip for teaching staff advising students about international mobility opportunities:

From 1 June, changes were made to the funding requirements for most self-organised student mobilities, make them accessible to more students.

  • For the Research Abroad, Internship Grant, Erasmus+ Internship and International Conference Grants programmes, the net income limit for Bachelor's and Master's students has been dropped. It remains the same for doctoral students.
  • For the mobility program Summer Schools and Academic Courses Abroad, the net income limit also falls - for students of all study cycles (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate).
  • The maximum funding period for Research Abroad has been slightly reduced (max. 2 months for Bachelor, max. 4 months for Master & max. 8 months for doctorate) and Erasmus+ internships (max. 3 months for Bachelor, Master and doctorate).


Further information on TU4U.  Contact:


T³UG holiday job program

Brief information on the T³UG holiday job program:
Pupils aged 15 and over can apply for holiday jobs at TU Graz at the Fem in Tech info day in February. The program is basically aimed at schoolgirls to get them interested in technology and science. If suitable positions are available, these are also awarded to pupils from cooperating schools of TU Graz.

The holiday workers are paid via the T³UG project. The additional expenses of your institute will be compensated by a lump sum of € 500,- in favor of your institute's global budget (L-xxxxx00001) by the Office for Gender Equality and Advancement of Women.

The following childcare times are planned for summer 2024

July 4 - July 31, 2024
July 08 - August 09, 2024
July 15 - August 16, 2024
August 1 - August 28, 2024
August 12 - September 13, 2024
September 2 - September 29, 2024

Our efforts with regard to good "matching" continue, so this year we are in the 4th round of improving an automated selection process and continue to welcome feedback and requests for improvement in order to achieve an even better allocation.

If you would like to supervise one or more holiday jobs, please register via the following link. Registration takes 10-15 minutes on average:


Contact us

Online consultation
have a look on Discord if we're online

Dean's Office
Inffeldgasse 10/II, 8010 Graz

Office Hours (on site)
Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri 09:00 - 12:00
Wed 10:00 - 11:00 and 14:00 - 16:00