ETIT STUDENT SERVICES

Commencement of courses WS 21

There is currently NO entrance exam for the bachelor’s degree course in Electrical Engineering and Information Technology. All information regarding admissions procedures and registration are available here: https://www.tuwien.at/en/studies/admission/online-registration

The admission period for the 2021 winter semester runs from 12 July to 5 September.

The bachelor’s degree course begins on 1 October with a Welcome Day (10:00 am, Lecture Theatre EI7, Gußhaus campus). All important information regarding commencement of courses and the students beginning their first year of study will be provided at this time. The Electrical Engineering Faculty (FET), opens an external URL in a new window is then holding an introductory tutorial, which will include assigning groups for the courses. The Welcome Day provides great support for you as you begin your studies, so be sure to attend! You will need to show your 3G verification pass and ID pass to gain entry. For faster access, you can upload your 3G verification here. Once uploaded, the pass can be accessed at tiss.tuwien.ac.at/3g, opens an external URL in a new window

When attending our Welcome Day on 1 October, please arrive at the Gußhaus campus promptly at 9:00 am. NO registration required! (If you already have a CONFIRMED registration, please bring a printed copy as your seat number will still be valid.) Otherwise, simply come to the Gußhaus campus.

The study programme handbook (PDF), opens an external URL in a new window (only in german) contains all the key information for entrants to the Electrical Engineering course for both the winter semester 2021 (WS) and the summer semester 2022 (SS).

It is important for all new students to attend the Mathematics/AK Maths alignment course!

https://akmath.tuwien.ac.at/home/, opens an external URL in a new window

Funding grants are used to fund the scientific or artistic work of students. Please refer to the published bulletin, opens an external URL in a new window for details of the tendering criteria.

Please submit the application form (PDF), opens an external URL in a new window to:


Christoph Neuherz
E-Mail: christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at
Phone: +43 1 58801 35001

If, during your final year of study (01.10. - 30.09), you achieve an average grade less than or equal to 2.00 for all courses completed, you may apply for a merit-based scholarship. Please refer to the published bulletin, opens an external URL in a new window window for details of the tendering criteria.

Please submit the application form (PDF), opens an external URL in a new window with all the necessary attachments by 15.10.2021 to: christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at


Christoph Neuherz
E-Mail: christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at
Phone: +43 1 58801 35001

Courses from other higher education institutions can be credited to your course at TU Wien if course content is largely equivalent. Please complete the credit form for this purpose and contact the course manager to confirm equivalence. After obtaining the course manager’s signature on the form, please send it, together with any certificates, to: christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at

Credit form (PDF), opens an external URL in a new window

Further information on credits can be found in the University Act § 78.

If you would like to study abroad for a year or a semester, all the information you need is available here: https://www.tuwien.at/en/studies/international/studying-abroad

For the Erasmus programme: https://www.tuwien.at/en/studies/international/studying-abroad/mobility-programmes/europe/erasmus-studies

The following criteria apply for participation in the Erasmus programme as part of your degree:

You must have a minimum of 80 ECTS credits, including the entire STEOP and the following core subjects:

  • VO+UE Elektrotechnik 2
  • VO+UE Mathematik 2
  • VU Programmieren 1

Application periods: The main application period runs from 1 February to 15 March for the WS later that year and the SS of the following year.
                                    The application period for places remaining in the SS of the following year runs from 1 July to 15 October.

NOTE: For organisational reasons, registration is also ONLY possible in the main application period for the SS for the following partner universities:

  • Aalto University  (Finland)
  • University of Tampere (Finland)
  • University of Oulu (Finland)
  • NTNU Trondheim (Norway)
  • KTH Stockholm
  • Lund University (Sweden)
  • TU Denmark
  • Université de Bruxelles

Applications for a place on the Erasmus programme can be made in TISS “Mobility Services”

The Erasmus Coordinator for the ETIT faculty is: gabriele.plepelits@tuwien.ac.at Phone: 01 58801 35002

You can find the informations under the site "Information for Foreign Students".

1. Assign courses in TISS (Teaching-LVACockpit-Graduation)

2. Please submit the following documentation to christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at

3. Collection of graduation documents

  • After around 2 weeks, the Dean’s office will notify you regarding collection of your graduation documents

 

1. Assign courses in TISS (Teaching-LVACockpit-Graduation)

2. Please submit the following documentation to christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at

3. Submission of thesis to the Dean’s office (please agree date with Christoph Neuherz)

4. Approximately one week before the final examination before an exam committee, you will receive the exact details of the date by mail

5. Final examination before an exam committee

6. Collection of graduation documents

  • After around 2 weeks, the Dean’s office will notify you regarding collection of your graduation documents

7. Graduation (ask the Dean of Studies for dates)

PhD program

At the beginning of the doctoral program, the planned dissertation must be submitted to the Dean's Office for approval by means of the form "Anouncement of a doctoral thesis (PDF)", opens an external URL in a new window by e-mail to christoph.neuherz@tuwien.ac.at. This form also contains the dissertation agreement between the doctoral candidate and the supervisor, as well as the 18 ECTS courses to be completed as part of the doctoral program. The courses must be thematically related to the dissertation and have an in-depth, subject-specific character.

For more information about the doctoral degree, please visit the subpage "Doctorate degree".

Dean of Students Office of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology

[Translate to English:] Dekanat

Erzherzog-Johann-Platz 1, 4. Stock (FB 04 06)
1040 Wien