For ukrainian students

Prerequisite for studying at the TU Wien.

Required documents 

The basic requirement is a German language skill at the level A2 GER. The application for admission to the course can only be made if the proof of German proficiency is provided. All types of certificates and evidence are accepted. 
In order to be able to complete the admission, you need language skills at level C1 (proof, opens in new window). 
If you do not reach the German language skills at level C1 by the end of the admissions process, you will be admitted to preparatory studies at the Vienna universities. There you will have the possibility to attend relevant German courses and complete the supplementary German exam. After that you can start your studies.

Next to your proofment of the German language, we need your school certificate/your degree or proof of the exams you passed during your studies in Ukraine (with a translation into German/English by a court-sworn translator). A list of translators can be found on the website of the Austrian Ministry of Justice, opens an external URL in a new window. A certification of the documents (apostille) is not required. 

To verify your identity, we also need an official identification document from you, e.g. passport.

Please note that the processing time can take up to several weeks due to the high number of applications! Therefore, submit the application as early as possible in order not to miss any deadlines! Please inform yourself about the admission deadlines.

Futher informations on the admission procedure with international qualifications can be found here, opens in new window.

Admission procedure in the Bachelor's Programme

Starting from winter semester 2019/2020, 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 Bachelor's Programme at TU Wien.

Information on the admission procedures and the VoR phase can be found in the description of the study program.

What can I do as a non-degree student at the TU Wien?

You have the opportunity to attend individual (english) courses at the TU Wien without being enrolled in a bachelor's, master's or doctoral program. To do so, you have to apply for non-degree studies (attending individual scientific courses or subjects, without finishing a complete study at the TU Wien). A separate application is not required for this. All you have to do is complete the online study application. In addition, we require official proof of identity, such as your passport.

Due to legal requirements in Austria, the courses completed as part of the non-degree program cannot be recognized for a bachelor's, master's or doctoral degree.

If you have not yet met all the requirements to start studying at the TU Wien, we recommend you to contact the OeAD. There you will find regularly updated informations, that will help you to start your university education. Among other things, you will find German courses, if you are new to the german language. Follow the link below for more information. 

Information about Ukraine | OeAD, Austria's Agency for Education and Internationalisation, opens an external URL in a new window


The TU Wien opens its premises and infrastructure to students from Ukraine, to be used as a place to study.

Free networkconnection (eduroam) is available. 

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Check out, 48 hours in advance, which study rooms or lecture halls at the TU Wien are available.


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Find a seat to study in one of our libraries. PC- Working desks are also availble.

Contact points for students/scientists from Ukraine


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Agency for Education and Internationalisation


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Scholarships and donations for students.


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The Federal Agency for care and support services (BBU) mediates under the phone number. +43 1 2676 870 9460 Accommodations throughout Austria.

Counseling center for migrants in Vienna

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Questions related to residence law can be advised here (e.g. changing residence permits, getting the residence status, or the red-white-red card). Depending on the case, the change of your residence status might be useful. We recommend you to make an appointment.

Can you offer a shelter or are you looking for one? If so, please contact Stefanie Madsen


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Information platform #ScienceForUkraine for scientists

Scholarships offered by TU Wien

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Apply for a Free Europe scholarship for Ukrainian war refugees in Austria at the TU Wien Academy for Continuing Education. Deadline: 31.07.22

Futher financial aid programmes can be found on the page below. 

Futher contacts:

Learn German in Vienna

  • The Austrian Integration Fund (ÖIF) offers free language courses. If you would like to attend a German course in Vienna, visit the integration center of the Austrian Integration Fund, Landstraßer Hauptstraße 26, 1030 Vienna for a consultation.
  • The "German Conversation" series is an offer from the main library: the aim is to be able to handle simple conversations in the german language. In addition to discussions, this appointment offers help with filling out forms, advice on everyday topics and finding your way in the new environment. From March 31, these events will take place every Thursday at 11 a.m. Registration is required at the “College 1 information desk” on site or at


Additional Information can be found here:

Scholarship programme Ernst Mach – Ukraine

The special scholarship programme Ernst Mach – Ukraine helps Ukrainian students to continue their studies in Austria. The scholarship is open to Ukrainian students who are already enrolled in a regular study programme at an Austrian higher education institution as well as students, scientists and researchers from Ukraine who wish to continue their studies or projects here. Our programmes from A to Z | OeAD, Austria's Agency for Education and Internationalisation, opens an external URL in a new window

In addition you can apply for the ÖH emergancy aid, opens an external URL in a new window. As many students from Ukraine are currently unable to access their bank accounts and are facing enormous losses of income, the Austrian Student’s Union (ÖH) offers financial aid up to 1000 € per person to students who are affected by the war. Any person who has Ukrainian or Russian citizenship or who can prove to date that they have been financially supported by relatives from the two countries can apply for funding.


On Wednesday, January 25, 2023 at 10:30 am, there will be an online consultation on the Ernst Mach Scholarship - UKRAINE.

This event will be an opportunity to clarify any kind of questions regarding the Ernst Mach Fellowship - Ukraine. The online consultation will be held in Ukrainian. Participants are asked to check in advance if their questions are already answered in the FAQ, opens an external URL in a new window about the scholarship. Detailed information on the application process and scholarship requirements can also be found in the video, opens an external URL in a new window recording the webinar.

Full scholarship by Enery

To support people affected from the war in Ukraine our partner Enery Development, an internationally operations-led renewable power infrastructure company, offers one full scholarships for the MSc Renewable Energy Systems

During their studies participations of this program will be trained to become experts in planning and evaluating international projects in the field of alternative energy systems such as solar, wind or geothermal projects. They will also be provided with in‐depth knowledge and expertise on legal, technical and economic aspects of sustainable energy production on regular field trips and excursions.

We are looking for Mentors for Ukrainian students

We are planning to expand our proven Mentoring Program from the winter semester 2022/23 especially for Ukrainian students in order to help them get used to the TU quickly and to provide them with the best possible support in their everyday studies. We are now looking for students who would like to support Ukrainian students as mentors. We look forward to receiving your application to by July 17, 2022.

Raise a Roof make a donation for Student Housing in Ukraine!

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In Ukraine, thousands of students are currently fleeing to the west of the country. With each passing day, the chances of finding affordable housing are worsening. We want to help the students in Ukraine by collecting donations for the UAS (Ukrainian Association of Students), which will be used for new and improved housing in Ukraine.


Recognition of the qualifications brought along

The nationwide contact points for people with qualifications acquired abroad (AST contact points, opens an external URL in a new window) advise everyone who has a qualification from abroad. Fixed counseling locations are listed at, opens an external URL in a new window, opens an external URL in a new window, but additional counseling locations are offered depending on the federal state. For all Ukrainians who want to discuss professional recognition, the counseling service is still possible. However, AST funding for the translation costs is only possible after receipt of the expellee ID card.

Since the AST deals with professional recognition, the clarification of university recognition (recognition of Matura for the purpose of studying, recognition of a study achievement for the purpose of further studies) must be clarified directly at the universities.

In the context of recognition and flight (topic: missing documents), the following must be observed in particular:

Various residence permits for researchers and students

  • Residence Permit Researcher
  • Researcher Mobility
  • Researcher Mobility Program
  • Researcher job search and family community (with researcher mobility)

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The oead database entry and residence provides information about possible residence titles:, opens an external URL in a new window