Offers for Students
Offers from the University of Innsbruck
The Language Centre at the University of Innbsruck offers a wide range of language courses.
First-year students who need a Latin supplementary examination for their studies can attend a preparatory course at the Language Centre for a fee.
More info: Language Centre
University Sports Institute (USI)
With around 1000 sports courses every academic year, the University Sports Institute offers a wide range of courses for anyone interested in sports!
More info: University Sports Institute
The Green Office is the student-run office for sustainability at the University of Innsbruck.
The Green Office contributes to thinking about sustainability in all decisions, in research projects as well as in teaching, operations and governance at the University of Innsbruck. Students have the opportunity to get involved in the Green Office.
More info: Green Office
Offers from partners
Are you studying in Innsbruck and want to get to know the cultural side of Tyrol's capital city? Then you shouldn't miss these sights:
Admire the impressive tomb of Emperor Maximilian and the famous Black Mander in the Hofkirche. Marvel at the 1,000 m² giant circular painting on the Bergisel. Or travel through art history in the Ferdinandeum with masterpieces by Rembrandt, Klimt & Co.
Students from a university in the EUREGIO region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino have free access to the museums of the Tiroler Landesmuseen: https://www.tiroler-landesmuseen.at/studierende/
Football: Raiders Tirol
Staff and students of the University of Innsbruck receive free tickets for all Raiders Tirol home games this season.
The offer is valid while stocks last.
You can get the tickets on the following website: https://shops.ticketmasterpartners.com/raiders-tirol
After selecting your seat, select "Sponsorticket" and enter the code "23ELFSPONSORH92".
There is a quota of 100 free tickets per home game.
City of Innsbruck
Those who choose Innsbruck as their main place of residence enjoy advantages: for example, you can apply for rent subsidies or a residents' parking card here. Those who plan further ahead can register for a municipal flat.
The main residence registration also indirectly helps the city to fulfil its tasks via the financial equalisation scheme. Tasks from which students in turn benefit. For example, when it comes to investments in student housing, in public transport, in the expansion of the cycle path network, in cultural and educational institutions. In return, however, you also get the right to have a say in Innsbruck, because EU citizens can vote in local council elections at their main place of residence.
More information: Registration and residents' affairs, passport matters