How do I apply?
Each applicant with a foreign secondary school leaving exame or an degree of an university abroad has to apply for admission to a bachelor, master or doctoral programme in writing.
You find information about the required documents in the leaflet to each application form (form and leaflet).
The admission procedure is supported and processed by the Admission Office.
International Students (except EU/EEA-citizen), who wish to start or continue their studies at Vienna University of Technology, need to submit their complete application for enrolment (with all required documents) for
- winter semester until 5th September
- summer semester until 5th February
EU/EEA-citizen are adhered to deadlines of the general admission period.
Secondary School Leaving Certificate/academic degree
If you decided to study at Vienna University of Technology you have to proof the possession of the general university entrance qualification, possession of the special university entrance qualification (except EU/EEA-citizen) and proficiency in German language.
The general university entrance qualification for a bachelor degree programme is established by proof of a secondary school leaving certificate (equivalent to an austrian certificate), for a master or doctoral programme by proof of succesful completation of a relevant degree programme at a recognized domestic or foreign university, university of applied science or at an equivalent institution.
Langugae of Instruction
The langugae of instruction at Vienna University of Technology is German. Therefore, German language knowledge on level B2/2 (according to CEFR) is an admission requirement. Find further information here.
Special University Entrance Qualification
Non-EU-citizen have to provide proof of their right to study the chosen degree programme at a recognized/accredited university in the country that issued the secondary education diploma/the degree. The certificate of special entrance qualification is sometimes called “admission statement”. Read more about it here.
In general, the tuition fee is € 363.36 per semester, respectively € 726.72 for non-EU nationals. Apart from this amount, you will also need to pay the students‘ union fee incl. insurance (€ 18,50 per semester). Read more about it here.