[Translate to English:] Studieren an der TU Wien

Teaching at TU Wien - Imparting Competence

The education offered by TU Wien is rewarded by high international and domestic recognition. The chances for graduates for getting an attractive employment are very prosperous. The high demand for graduates of the TU Wien from economy and industry, governmental as well as research institutions are manifest evidence for this.

By establishing TUcareer, opens an external URL in a new window, the Career-Center, in 2004 TU Wien made it even more easy for graduates to start a career.

Modern studies with great flexibility

The content of the teaching courses are actualized continuously and adjusted to the requirements by industry and economy. The contents in technical and natural sciences are completed by an offer of courses covering personality development and so called “soft skills” (e.g. foreign languages, management know-how, etc.). Students of the TU Wien are very flexible because of their solid know-how in technical and natural science. They get a solid basic knowledge in combination with a specific knowledge which can be chosen by each student subject to their personal interests. Great emphasis is also put on the participation of students in current research projects.

Multiplex range of studies

Students of the TU Wien can choose between several fields of study. They are offered with one exeption (teacher training programme) as bachelor and master programmes. Bachelor programmes last for 6 semesters. Master programmes can be completed within further 3 or 4 semesters following a bachelor programme or equivalent postgraduate degree.

According to its status as a university, TU Wien offers postgraduate doctoral programmes as a follow up to all master programmes. Besides the already well established doctoral programmes of Technical (DSc Tech) sciences and Science (DSc) social and economic affairs (DSocEcSc) has been introduced in 2004 as a new doctoral programme.

More emphasis is at the moment and will in the future be put on at the following three important accents: internationalization of education, e-learning and continuing education. These tasks are fulfilled by the approved International Office, the Teaching Support Center and the Continuing Education Center.

A detailed information on the admission is provided under Admission Office

Start of studies at the TU Wien

If you would like to study at the TU Wien in the winter semester 2019/2020, you will need comprehensive information about the planned admission procedures and deadlines: https://studienbeginn.tuwien.ac.at, opens an external URL in a new window

Starting in the winter semester 2019/20, there will be either admission or selection procedures (limited places) or a study preparation and reflection phase (VoR phase) for self-orientation (non-limiting) for all Bachlor courses at the TU Wien. Details can be found here, opens an external URL in a new window


TU Wien MINT-Map gives an overview on support and information possibilities for prospective students.


A swift and successful study depends on many factors. TU Wien attempts to offer all study beginners a wide range of support measures. These measures are intended to enable the new students from the beginning to network and face challenges as well as to avoid known difficulties.

Take advantage of the offer or become actively part of the support offers (eg mentoring).

Vice Rector Academic Affairs

Ao.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.

Kurt Matyas

Vizerektor Studium & Lehre

Phone: +43 1 58801 406400 Call Kurt Matyas

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Assistent VR Academic Affairs