Qualification Profile and Qualitative Admission Requirements
As part of preceding studies (Bachelor), 48 ECTS of chemical subjects such as fundamentals of chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry and biochemistry have been completed. Another 60 ECTS of courses must be from the close area of chemistry/science such as chemical technology, process engineering, theoretical chemistry, biology, measurement technology. Within the scope of the chemical subjects, at least 16 ECTS of laboratory exercises must have been completed in the area of fundamentals of chemistry, physical chemistry, preparative laboratory or synthesis chemistry, analytical chemistry or biochemistry.
In any case, the Bachelor studies Technical Chemistry at the TU Wien, Food and Biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences Vienna and Chemistry at the University of Vienna are eligible. By completing one of these studies, proof of the qualitative admission requirements is deemed to have been provided in any case. For all other Bachelor programs, even if the qualitative admission requirements are fulfilled, TU Wien will check whether they are eligible within the procedure of the online registration.
If there is proof of at least 150 completed ECTS credits of a study programme as well as a confirmation of the educational institution about the expected graduation and if the qualitative admission requirements are not covered by the study contents completed so far, then for such a case the qualitative admission requirements are considered to be provisionally fulfilled, provided that they still have to be completed compulsorily for the graduation due to the curriculum for the study programme pursued.