Admission procedures according to § 14 Universities Act 2002 - information on the admission procedures for the Academic Year 2015/2016
Dear prospective students!
An amendment to the Universities Act 2002 has led to the creation of multi-stage selection procedures for certain study programmes that are subject to particularly high levels of demand. These new selection procedures have come into force in the winter semester 2013/14. That means that there is a limited number of places available on certain study programmes. The number of places available at each Austrian university is determined by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research.
Selection procedures will be carried out for the following study programmes at the University of Innsbruck for the academic year 2015/2016:
|Field of study
||Max. number of places available
|| Max. number of places
according to the regulation
|Bachelor's Programme Architecture||290||281||01.03. - 15.05.2015|
|Bachelor's Programme Biology||400||395||01.03. - 15.07.2015|
|Bachelor's Programme Computer Science||170||166||01.03. - 15.07.2015|
Management and Economics
|1.040||1.031||01.03. - 15.05.2015|
|Diploma Programme International
Economic and Business Studies
|450||387||01.03. - 15.05.2015|
|Bachelor's Programme Pharmacy 1||280||278||01.03. - 15.07.2015|
1 Pending the Senate’s decision, the diploma programme will be transformed into a bachelor’s programme by the winter semester 2015.
Further information about the payment of the handling fee to the amount of
€ 50.-- you will find in the University of Innsbruck
Announcement (University of Innsbruck Bulletin of 19 February 2014, Issue 12, No 214) or
during the online registration.
Fields of study with selection procedures will announce details of the selection test via the University of Innsbruck website at least 4 months before the date of the test. If you are interested in studying one or more of these subjects, please make sure that you are aware of how the selection procedure works. Applicants with disabilities can request different examination methods by contacting the University of Innsbruck’s representative for persons with disabilities (email@example.com).
If you are interested in the teacher training programme in Movement and Sports or the bachelor‘s programme in Sports Management, please visit the homepage of the Institute for Sports Science for more information. These study programmes have been subject to selection procedures in the past.
If you are interested in the bachelor’s or master’s programme in Psychology, please click here. These study programmes have been subject to selection procedures in the past.
Click here for information about admission to study programmes without selection procedures.
If you have any questions about selection procedures at the University of Innsbruck, please send an e-mail to Aufnahmeverfahrenfirstname.lastname@example.org.