Intended study programme at University of Graz:
- English Master's without entrance restriction
- English Master's with entrance restriction
Nationality: EU/ EEA
University entrance qualification: obtained in Germany
The following study programs are offered in English and do not need an additional entrance procedure:
- master program Political and Empirical Economics
- master program Political, Economic and Legal Philosophy (PELP)
Please mention your intention to study the study program in English on your application form! If it is not explicitly mentioned, the application will automatically be considered for the German study program.
For the master's programs, you have to hand in proof of English knowledge instead of a German certificate.
We accept the following English certificates:
- TOEFL iBT (score of at least 87)
- IELTS (score of at least 6.5)
- Cambridge Proficiency English CPE or
- Cambridge Advanced English CAE (score of at least 180/ Grade C or better)
Besides the language certificate all country specific requirements are the same as for master programs in German.
- Application for enrolment for international students
- Evidence of accomplished Bachelor/ Diploma degree (diploma and transcript of records with ECTS or contact hours)
- Syllabus of accomplished degree with course description and ECTS or contact hours per semester
- Copy of passport or ID card
The selection procedure is organised by Graz University of Technology.
Information on the selection procedure and the deadlines are available on the webpage of NAWI Graz.
The written application for your chosen university is to be presented only after you have positively completed the selection procedure. Those who positively complete the selection procedure then receive information on the written application.
Regular students with an EU/ EEA nationality only pay the student union fee of currently € 19.70 per semester as long as they study in the minimum study duration (+ grace semester).
More information on tuition fee and on possible waivers are available here.
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Wednesday 2 pm - 4 pm
(Wednesdays is closed during semester breaks and days when courses and exams are not being held)