As part of previous studies (bachelor’s degree), 48 ECTS have been completed in chemical subjects such as fundamentals of chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry, analytical chemistry and biochemistry. A further 60 ECTS of courses must come from the area of chemistry/natural sciences such as chemical technology, process engineering, theoretical chemistry, biology, measurement technology. As part of the chemical subjects, at least 16 ECTS laboratory exercises must have been completed in the areas of basic chemistry, physical chemistry, preparative laboratory or synthetic chemistry, analytical chemistry or biochemistry.
In any case, the bachelor’s degrees in technical chemistry at the Technical University of Vienna, food and biotechnology at the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences in Vienna and chemistry at the University of Vienna are technically relevant. By completing one of these studies, proof of the qualitative admission requirements is considered to have been provided. For all other bachelor’s degrees, even if the qualitative admission requirements are met, it must be checked whether they are technically suitable.
If there is evidence of at least 150 completed ECTS credit points from a course of study, as well as confirmation from the educational institution of the expected degree, and if the qualitative admission requirements are not covered by the course content completed to date, the qualitative admission requirements are deemed to have been met for the time being, provided they are based on the curriculum for the degree being pursued must still be completed in order to complete it.