Building bridges to the future ...
... since 1669! Founded over 350 years ago, the University of Innsbruck today is the most important research and educational institution in western Austria, offering a wide range of programmes across all disciplines. Located in the heart of the Alps, it offers 28,000 students and 5,500 employees the best conditions.
From 11 to 22 March, we inform online about our Master's programmes.
The University of Innsbruck offers more than 160 degree programmes which can be supplemented with practical elective packages.
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10 reasons to study at the University of Innsbruck
There are many good reasons to study at the University of Innsbruck. Innsbruck also has a lot to offer.
An international team of scientist including Giovanni Cerchiari from the University of Innsbruck demonstrated laser cooling of positronium, a matter-antimatter system composed of an electron and a positron, which is the antimatter counterpart. This milestone marks a pivotal advancement in our understanding and manipulation of antimatter establishing a foundation for forthcoming experiments and technological advancements.
A new study proposes a framework to standardize biomarkers of aging and accelerate clinical use. Co-author Chiara Herzog from the European Translational Oncology Prevention and Screening Institute at the University of Innsbruck explains how this could improve the life expectancy and health of the population.
Karl Benedikt Hase (1780–1864) is recognised as one of the foremost Greek scholars in the French academia of his time. The LAGOOS project has at its core the discovery of 9 volumes of the private diary of Hase, written in Ancient Greek and preserved at the Goethe- und Schiller-Archiv, Weimar. Specialists of Late Antique and Byzantine history and literature applaud the outstanding value of his work as an editor and commentator.
Innovation drives economic growth and higher living standards. In the tech sector, critics see innovation increasingly threatened by the market power of big tech companies, while others highlight their innovation capabilities. This lecture explores the impact of competition-boosting antitrust actions on innovation, focusing on two US antitrust cases against AT&T in the 1950s and 1980s.
We collect knowledge for the development of habitats and natural areas in mountains worldwide.
We drive forward biomolecular and biomedical developments.
We are driving digitalisation in research.
We utilise the synergies between physics, chemistry, earth sciences, pharmaceutics and civil engineering.
We ask questions about cultural dynamics and transformations.
We explore the workings of nature - from elementary particles to galaxies.
We contribute to solving complex, data-intensive problems in all scientific fields.
Together, we get to the bottom of the big questions facing society across disciplinary boundaries.
Shaping the future
Many people have found their calling in research, teaching or administration at the University of Innsbruck. Join us in shaping the future and work in an international, diverse and family-friendly working environment. As an employee of the University of Innsbruck, you will also benefit from numerous benefits, such as