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Join TU Wien. Prospective International Bachelor´s Degree Students

Why study for a Bachelor's degree at TU Wien?

Do you hold an international matriculation (school leaving) certificate and are you now considering starting a Bachelor's degree programme at TU Wien?
We invite interested, inspired and talented prospective Bachelor's degree students to apply to study at TU Wien. We can offer you a multifaceted and exciting but demanding range of academic programmes and courses at the highest international level. TU Wien is one of the leading universities of technology in the German-speaking world.
One particular quality feature at TU Wien is the principle of research-led teaching, which is an expression of the close relationship between teaching and research in terms of both content and personnel. From Bachelor's degree programmes onwards, the aim is to ensure inspirational and motivating contact with active researchers. The principle ensures that the subject matter covered is always state-of-the-art, and you will learn with the best academics in your chosen subject.

General information on our Bachelor's programmes

The Bachelor's degree programmes represent the first stage of a university education and provide broad, scientifically and methodologically valuable training in the basic principles that will provide a sound foundation in the subject. Graduates find themselves in a highly competitive position from which to continue their studies internationally with a Bachelor's degree in a relevant or related subject. This broad foundation, together with appropriate specialist training and consolidation, provides the capacity to gain relevant professional employment in an international environment.
Bachelor's degree programmes at TU Wien are full-time, with a standard study period of three years (six semesters) and a workload of 180 ECTS credit points.
The language of teaching on Bachelor's courses is German. For these courses, therefore, a command of the German language  of the Common European Framework of Reference, opens an external URL in a new window is required. More information you can read here.

Information on programmes, curricula, contacts for advice and information

Before applying for a Bachelor's degree programme, please read about our range of programmes and courses, conditions and required knowledge, and our expectations of you. At the TU Wien we offer Bachelor's degree programmes without restriction of study places but with VoR-Phase as reflection offer for the choice of studies, there are Bachelor's degree programmes with selection procedure or with entrance assessment. Use our Self Assessment Tests free of charge and without obligation.
You can find all of this information, together with contacts for more detailed advice, in our web pages on the range of courses available.

Application of admission to your degree programme

Once you have carefully selected a degree programme , please be informed on admission procedure .

Applications for admission must be submitted in writing to the Admission Office, presenting the required documents (see box "downloads").


Bachelor´s degree programmes, advice and entrance procedures

You can find the complete range of Bachelor's degree programmes at TU Wien, together with contact details for advice and self-assessment, here.

TU Wien offers Bachelor`s degree programmes without restriction of places including a study preparation and reflection phase (VoR-Phase) but also Bachelor`s degree programmes with limited places with selection procedure or admission procedure.

Applications and admission, tuition fees and charges

Application for admission:
Please read information on admission deadlines for study applications and admissions here.

Tuition fees and charges:
Information on tuition fees and charges are available here.

Entry to Austria, living in Austria, funding database

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