- Application for enrolment for international students
- Evidence of accomplished Bachelor/ Diploma degree (diploma and transcript of records with ECTS or contact hours)
- If applicable: APS-certificate (only for China)
- Copy of passport or ID card
- Language Certificate
- Master Business Administration: Additional form "Accomplished courses in Bachelor program"
FULL DIPLOMATIC LEGALISATION: Original documents first have to go through the internal legalization procedure within the country in which they have been issued (e.g. Ministry of Education) and the last authority has to be the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the respective country. Afterwards the documents must additionally be legalized (over-legalized) diplomatically by the Austrian diplomatic representation (embassy, consulate, honorary consulate) in the respective country.
If the original document has not been issued in English or German, a translation into German or English is mandatory.
Translations issued abroad by a legally certified translator need the FULL DIPLOMATIC LEGALISATION or have to be certified (or translated) by a sworn and officially accredited translator in Austria.
The application period ends for the winter semster on 30 November and for the summer semester on 30 April.
We recommend to not submit your Master application shortly before the grace period ends as admission for the intended semester can not be guareented. The registration is only possible till the end of the grace period!
The application process can take more than 12 weeks. Please take this into account when planning your studies. Also note that admission might not be possible in the semester applied for.
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)