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Bachelor's Programmes Computer Science and Business Informatics
- Programme Codes
UE 033 521 - Bachelor's Programme Informatics (new as of winter semester 2023)
UE 033 526 - Bachelor's Programme Business Informatics
UE 033 535 - Bachelor's Programme Computer Engineering
UE 033 532 - Bachelor's Programme Media Informatics and Visual Computing (to be discontinued)
UE 033 533 - Bachelor's Programme Medical Informatics (to be discontinued)
UE 033 534 - Bachelor's Programme Software & Information Engineering (to be discontinued)
- Duration of Programmes
Bachelor of Science (BSc)
You want to help shape our future, but wonder how? With the study of computer science you decide for an exciting education, for progress and further development of information and communication technologies (ICT). Perhaps you will soon make an important contribution to society or individuals through your knowledge and developments.
At TU Wien, you will receive a high-quality education in all fundamentals of computer science and will be taught by internationally recognized researchers.
Changes to the Programmes with 2023W
Starting with the winter semester 2023, there will be a new Bachelor's Programme Informatics with seven specializations.
The studies Media Informatics and Visual Computing, Medical Informatics and Software & Information Engineering will no longer be offered to new students.
It is important to us that everyone who is interested in Informatics can study with us - regardless of their educational background. Therefore, during the application process, we do not test programming or Computer Science skills, nor do we expect you to have experience with computers. Instead, we test your ability to solve problems, think logically and understand texts. The application process takes place only once a year, regardless of whether you want to start in the winter or summer semester.
For the latest information, please visit the Admission Procedures page.
Bachelor's with Honors
As an extension of a regular Bachelor's Programme in Computer Science and Business Informatics, students with outstanding academic performance can earn a Bachelor's Degree with Honors based on the Anglo-American model. The goal of the Honors Program is to provide individual support to particularly talented students and to inspire them to pursue scientific research at an early stage. Students do not begin their Bachelor's with Honors degree in their first semester. Students with excellent academic records may apply for admission to the Bachelor with Honors program after their third semester.
The Bachelor's with Honors degree requires 45 to 60 ECTS of additional coursework. Students create an individual honors programme in consultation with a mentor.
Graduates not only receive a certificate of completion, but also a personal letter of recommendation signed by the Rector confirming that he/she is one of the top students at TU Wien.
Possible Master's Programmes
After completeing your Bachelor's Programme at TU Wien, you can enroll in one of the following Master's Programmes:
- Business Informatics, english
- Data Science, english
- Logic and Computation, english
- Media and Human-Centered Computing, english
- Medical Informatics
- Software Engineering & Internet Computing
- Computer Engineerin, english
- Visual Computing
You can find more information about our Master's Programmes on the site Master's Programmes Computer Science and Business Informatics.
Discontinued Bachelor's Programmes
The Bachelor's Programmes Media Informatics and Visual Computing, Medical Informatics and Software & Information Engineering will no longer be offered to new students as of the winter semester 2023.
Media Informatics and Visual Computing (to be discontinued)
The Bachelor's Programme Media Informatics and Visual Computing combines the teaching of technologies and methods in the fields of computer vision, computer graphics, visualization and augmented/mixed/virtual reality with education in the design of innovative interfaces.
In the programme, students learn design technology, mathematical and formal foundations. In addition to a critical understanding of the theories and principles of computer science, the course offers theoretical basics and practical applications of design thinking and design practice. Social, cognitive and cultural foundations complement the holistic course offerings. Furthermore, dealing with the issues of media informatics requires an interdisciplinary basic education, which also includes knowledge and skills for the creative and applied design of media and their production processes.
Bachelor's Programme Medical Informatics (to be discontinued)
The Bachelor's Programme in Medical Informatics combines the teaching of technologies and processes in areas such as life sciences (physics, chemistry, biology), software and requirements engineering, IT planning and IT operations, data protection and process engineering with education in basic medical principles. The program based on information technology, medical, mathematical and formal foundations. In addition, dealing with the issues of medical informatics requires an interdisciplinary basic education, which also includes knowledge and skills in clinical thinking such as diagnostic processes and documentation.
Bachelor's Programme Software & Information Engineering (to be discontinued)
Software Engineering deals with the development of software, from analysis, design and implementation to quality assurance and maintenance. Information Engineering deals with the generation, collection, processing, distribution and presentation of information. Based on scientific principles and methods, the Bachelor's Programme Software & Information Engineering links the entire process of software development with the transfer of knowledge in the field of information processing.
If you start one of the expiring Bachelor's Programmes Media Informatics and Visual Computing, Medical Informatics or Software and Information Engineering up to and including the summer semester 2023, you have the choice to either complete this programme in the following five years, or to switch to the new Bachelor's Programme Informatics starting in the winter semester 2023.
Please contact the Admission Office of the TU Wien for this purpose.
Courses that continue in the new Bachelor's Programme Informatics do not have to be credited separately - this happens automatically.
Courses that do NOT continue in the new Bachelor's Programme Informatics must be credited within the first two semesters after admission to the new Bachelor's Programme. To do so, fill out the form for the recognition of exams (PDF), opens an external URL in a new window completely and bring it with the official signed certificates to the Dean's Office of the Faculty of Informatics, opens an external URL in a new window.
Questions about the Programme?
Student Union Computer Science
Treitlstraße 3, Mezzanine
Student Union Business Informatics and Data Science
Treitlstraße 3, 1st floor
Registration for the Bachelor's Programme
For information on admission to the programme, please visit the Admission Procedure page.
Dean's Office of Faculty of Informatics
Dean of Academic Affairs - Computer Science
Associate Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Vice Deans of Academic Affairs - Computer Science
Ao.Univ.Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Associate Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Dr.techn.
Dean of Academic Affairs - Business Informatics
Ao.Univ.Prof. Mag.rer.soc.oec. Dr.rer.so
Vice Deans of Academic Affairs - Business Informatics
Assistant Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Mag.rer.soc.oec. Dr.rer.soc.oec. Dr.techn.
Self Assessment Test
To provide you with a realistic self-assessment you can take this self-assessment test, opens an external URL in a new window. The included tests and questionnaires provide you with an overview of the requirements we deem necessary for successful studies.