Admission to Study Programmes
Admission is the term used to refer to the formal process of beginning a study programme at the University of Innsbruck. In order to be admitted to a study programme you have to register at the Admission Department in the main university building during the admission period. Here you can enroll for bachelor programmes, diploma programmes, teacher training programmes, master programmes and doctoral programmes. If you have already been admitted to study at the University of Innsbruck you can apply for admission to another study programme during the general admission period via LFU:online.
If you wish to study at the University of Innsbruck you have to register at the Admission Department (in the main university building) and bring along your photo ID and your school leaving certificate. In order to shorten the processing time in the Admission Department you can enter your personal data in advance using the university’s online study platform called LFU:online. However, you still have to register at the Admission Department in person in order to be admitted to study.
Students who have already been admitted to study at the University of Innsbruck and wish to study another subject can fill out an online application at LFU: online. This means that they do not need to go to the Admission Department in person. However, if necessary the Admission Department may request further documentation and ask the student to come to the Admission Department in person.
More detailed information about the admission processes and requirements for the various study programmes offered at the University of Innsbruck can be found in the online programme profiles.
In order to shorten the processing time in the Admission Department you can enter your personal data in advance via the University of Innsbruck’s online study platform LFU:online.
During the admission process you will be given your own username and password for the University of Innsbruck’s IT services (e-mail account, LFU:online, eCampus). Via LFU:online you can print out documents such as registration confirmations and admission records, find out more about the courses available, sign up for lectures, fill in online applications and check your exam results. The platform also provides an overview of the student records kept by the university. Therefore, it is important that you keep your password secret at all times.
If you are being admitted to study at an university in Austria for the first time you will receive a registration number. This seven-digit number will appear on all university documentation and must be used when applying for admission to any university in Austria.
During the admission process you will receive your student card. The Austrian Students’ Union fee and/or tuition fee must be paid when registering to study. This fee cannot be paid in cash. Instead, it must be paid in one of the following ways:
- bank transfer
- bank card (using )
Due to legal regulations for some study programmes special admission procedures apply. Please check the following website for more information for programme specific regulations and deadlines: