Study abroad in Austria
Where else can you experience three languages and cultures in just one day? Where else can you enjoy the view of the Alps in the morning and then breathe the scents of the Mediterranean in the afternoon? Enjoy the experience of studying a bachelor’s or master’s degree in southern Austria.
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Our international programs
Engineering & IT
School of Management
Master of Science degree programs:
- Applied Data Science
- Communication Engineering
- Electrical Energy & Mobility Systems
- Health Care IT
- Industrial Power Electronics
- Integrated Systems and Circuits Design
- Systems Design
Master / Certificate Courses:
- Management of Conservation Areas
- Smart Materials
Bachelor’s degree program:
- Intercultural Management
Master’s degree program:
- International Business Management
7 steps to your study place
1. Find out about the tuition fee
for the degree program of your choice.
At Carinthia University of Applied Sciences you pay EUR 363.36 per semester plus an annual adjustment about EUR 20.
2. If you need a visa,
keep in mind that this process can take a few months.
3. Do you need financial aid?
There are scholarships and various possibilities for receiving financial support while studying in Austria. For detailed information on scholarships and various possibilities for receiving financial support while studying in Austria it is suggested to visit the scholarship database of the Austrian Agency for International Mobility and Cooperation in Education, Science and Research (OeAD). Details including deadlines and application forms can be found under www.grants.at/en/
4. Have you taken care of your accommodations?
We are happy to support you in finding a nice place to stay during your studies in Austria.
5. Do you have health insurance for your stay in Austria?
It is recommended that international students take an additional health insurance for Austria. More information about the Austrian national insurance system can be found in our “International Student Guide”
6. Is it possible to work during your studies?
Under certain conditions students are allowed to work in Austria.
7. Please pay attention to the application deadlines…
… and make sure that your application documents are legalized correctly!
More detailed information you can find here
For EU citizens:
We have three application periods starting in November each year:
1st period: November 1 – March 15
2nd period: March 16 – May 15
3rd period: May 16 – July 15
For Non-EU citizens:
We accept only applications that are submitted in periods 1 and 2.ö
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