Important Information for prospecitve students and students in times of COVID19

 

General Information

Opening times of the administrative facilities 

Admission Department
Secure your appointments » https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.main 
» studienabteilung@uibk.ac.at (Admission Department) or +43 (0) 512 507-32602 

Examination Offices
Bookings are possible for the locations Innrain, Universitätsstraße, Technikerstraße und Landeck.
» https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.prv_main - choose your location
» pruefungsreferat@uibk.ac.at (Examination Office) or +43 (0) 512 507-96002     

Without prior arrangement of appointment, the offices still won’t be open to students!  
The Admission Department and the Examamination Offices are available by e-mail, phone or schedule appointments online.


Admission

First-time admission to 5 September 2021 (WS 2021/2022)

Compulsory online application

Select your study programme from the study programmes and start your online application.

Dates for admission: https://www.uibk.ac.at/studium/organisation/studium/

 

Registration for your study programme

Admission to the study programmes is only possible after making an appointment  (https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.main) directly at the Admissions Office. In selected cases, admission in absentia is also possible. In this case, we will send you your e-mail user ID for your student account by e-mail. You will receive your studentcard by mail.

Admission to an additional Bachelor's or Diploma Programme

The admission to an additional study programme during the period of grace (September 6 to 30 November 2021) is only possible in justified exceptional cases. In case of further questions, please contact us by e-mail: studienabteilung@uibk.ac.at.

Admission to a continuing Master’s Programme

If you have already completed a pertinent Bachelor’s Programme at the University of Innsbruck for your admission to the Master’s Programme, you can apply for admission via the student portal LFU:online in the “My study applications” section till November 30 2021.

Admission to a continuing Doctoral or PhD Programme

If you have already completed a pertinent Master’s Programme at the University of Innsbruck for your admission to the Doctoral or PhD programme, you can apply for admission via the student portal LFU:online in the “My study applications” section.

Course Organisation

Teaching and exams 

Courses in Winter Semester 2021/2022

As a prerequisite for participation in attendance appointments in teaching and research (courses, examinations, excursions, laboratory practical; conferences, symposia, scientific meetings, ...), a negative COVID-19 test must currently be presented (compulsory testing).

Persons who can present a corresponding other proof (3-G certificate) are, depending on the proof, exempt from this test obligation at the University of Innsbruck for different periods of time. 

The rooms approved for courses, examinations and scientific events comply exactly with the valid safety standards of the university. Only the marked seats may be used there (despite the reduction of the minimum distance seats remain free). As soon as you or the students are in place, the mask can be removed.

Random checks will be carried out by the security service to ensure that the required 3-G certificate is present. In addition, the course leaders are free to carry out checks themselves.

For the winter semester, an alternative offer for students is only available to those persons who cannot participate in face-to-face teaching due to travel restrictions or an isolation order (an official order of a quarantine).

Please check the online course catalogue in which form (face-to-face, partly virtual, entirely virtual etc.) the courses will be held in WS 2021/2022: https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/lfuonline_lv.home

Virtual Examinations

In the future, examinations can take place in presence and virtually. In this context, please note the guidelines of the Rectorate and the Senate for virtual oral and virtual written examinations.               

Excursions

Realisation

For more information, please refer to the course catalogue or contact your course instructor.

Application for the completion of the studies

Submission of the examination records

Please send us the completed examination records, which you can find at the respective study programme, by e-mail to pruefungsreferat@uibk.ac.at or submit it to the examination office after arranging a personal appointment: 

 https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.prv_main 

Collection of the final documents

As soon as your documents that finalise your studies have been issued, you will be contacted by the colleagues in the Examination Office by e-mail. You can have the documents sent to you or arrange a personal appointment at https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.prv_main

Electronic submission of the Diploma/Master’s Thesis

Registration of the Diploma/Master’s Thesis

The registration of the diploma or master thesis has to be filled in by by the student and signed (by the proposed supervisors) including an exposé (if required) and submitted to the Examinations Office by e-mail before the start of work or handed in by you at a personal appointment https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.prv_main

Submission of the Diploma/Master’s Thesis

Please make a personal appointment to submit your bound work: https://lfuonline.uibk.ac.at/public/sta_terminanfrage.prv_main 
The assessments/reviews must reach the Examinations Office at least one month before the defence (Defensio).

Required documents for the submission of the Diploma/Master’s Thesis

Legal basis: Pursuant of §86 par. 1 of the Universities Act 2002, one copy of the Dissertation must be sent to the University Library and the Austrian National Library.

Contact

Electronic submission of the Dissertation

Registration of the Dissertation

The form "Registration of the dissertation" has to be filled in by the student and signed (by the proposed supervisors) including the exposé and handed in to the examination office before starting the work.

Submission of the dissertation

The bound dissertation must be submitted in duplicate. The two evaluations/reviews must be received by the Examinations Office at least one month before the final examination.

Necessary documents for the submission of the dissertation to the Examinations Office

  • Form "Submission of the dissertation
    (List current e-mail addresses of the reviewers)
  • At least two physical copies of the dissertation (hard bound)

Agree in advance with the supervisor in which form the dissertation is to be submitted to the examination office (electronically and/or physically) and whether, in addition to the two physical dissertations that must be submitted, further bound copies are to be made available to the supervisor and the reviewers.

Submission of the electronic version 

Students submit these to pruefungsreferat@uibk.ac.at
If it is not possible for the student to send the file as an attachment, it can be sent via the file-hosting service https://wetransfer.com/.

Confirmations of receipt from PlagScan and the upload of the work to the University Library database must be submitted when the printed copies are handed in:

   PlagScan confirmation ( (https://www.uibk.ac.at/fakultaeten-servicestelle/pruefungsreferate/plagiat)
    Printout registration of Austrian dissertations ( (https://www.uibk.ac.at/ulb/services/erfassung-wissenschaftlicher-arbeiten)

Delivery of the physical version 

The number of physical dissertations agreed with the supervisor are to be handed over bound (no spiral binding) to the respective examination department.

Confirmations of receipt from PlagScan and the upload of the thesis in the University Library database must be submitted when the printed copies are handed in:

   PlagScan confirmation ( (https://www.uibk.ac.at/fakultaeten-servicestelle/pruefungsreferate/plagiat)
   Ausdruck Erfassung österreichischer Dissertationen (https://www.uibk.ac.at/ulb/services/erfassung-wissenschaftlicher-arbeiten)

Registration for the module "Defense of the dissertation" (viva voce).

The examination date has to be arranged by the student himself/herself with the examination senate and has to be announced to the examination office at least one month before the examination. Please use the form "Registration for the compulsory module "Defense of the dissertation (viva voce)".

Requirements for the receipt of the registration:

  • Receipt of the positive assessment of the dissertation in the Examinations Office.
  • Positive assessment of all other modules (the completed examination protocol in the respective study profile must be submitted).
    If the above criteria are met, the date will be confirmed via e-mail two weeks before the final board examination.

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Information for participants

Here you will find information about BigBlueButton » https://www.uibk.ac.at/zid/anleitungen/webconference/ ; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hso8yLzkqj8&feature=youtu.be

Contact

In case of further questions, please contact us by e-mail: av-studio@uibk.ac.at.

Digital Teaching - Distance Learning

Here you will find collected information on questions concerning

University Library

Information on Covid-19-vaccination

Vaccination appointments at the university

Archive

Leave of absence – civilian service

Students who volunteered for civilian service can take leave of absence for the current semester. Exams may not be taken during the leave of absence. Activities that are carried out in the interest of public safety and health care in connection to COVID-19 can be credited with 4 ECTS-Credits. For this purpose, please contact the Dean of Studies.
For questions relating to leave of absence, please mail to studienabteilung@uibk.ac.at.
For questions relating to the recognition of activities, please mail to pruefungsreferat@uibk.ac.at.

Prolongation of the winter semester 2019/2020

Due to the limited possibilities, the Rectorate decided to grant an additional semester to students who had not been able to obtain an ordinary degree by 30 April 2020.

Prolongation of the grace period in summer winter semester 2020 (grace period – 30 June 2020)

The Federal Ministry extended the grace period for the summer semester 2020 to 30 June 2020.

Study programmes to be discontinued (end date: 30 June 2020)

Because of the currently limited options for completing the study programme by the stipulated end date (30 June 2020), the Rectorate of the University of Innsbruck has decided to grant an additional semester for its completion. The deadline now extends to 30 November 2020.

Tuition fees

Students, who due to the currently limited possibilities, cannot complete their studies by 30 June 2020 as may be intended, have the option to have their tuition fee refunded if they successfully finish their studies by 30 November 2020 at the latest.

Studies Induction and Orientation Stage

The studies induction and orientation stage for students who have begun their studies in the summer semester 2020 will take place in the summer semester 2020 and the winter semester 2020/21.

Students who have not completed their studies induction and orientation stage by the time the C-UHV comes into force, can pass continuing courses exceeding the number of ECTS-Credits stipulated by the curricula if they would otherwise experience a delay in their study progress. The decision is made by the responsible Dean of Studies for the Director of Studies.

Excursions

  • Excursion as an elective module:
    Students do not have to make an excursion, but can choose from an alternative course offered (upon consultation with the deans of studies) or the teachers can interpret the definition of excursion more broadly.
  • Excursion as a compulsory subject:
    a) The course is planned as an EX in the curriculum - the offer must be carried out as an excursion at a later date. Please note the following point ("day excursions")
    b) The course is planned as EX/AG in the curriculum - the course can be carried out as an AG.
  • Excursions can also be arranged as day excursions at a later date (summer/autumn). If this is not possible, a solution should be worked out with the Dean of Studies. Please ensure that the overall workload is not reduced. 

Passing of the final examination before an examination board or the Defence (Defensio) resp.

Preparation

  • Candidates who do not wish to pass the examination online, will get an exam date shortly.
  • The candidates will be informed by the examiner per e-mail that the oral examination may be held online if requested.
  • Candidates who agree to an online examination, will submit a scan of an ID to the examiner.
  • An examination date will be agreed on with the candidates as well as the used medium (Skype, BigBlueButton).
  • The functionality of the used medium is (ideally) tested one day ahead of the examination.


Realisation

The examination agreed on in time and form is carried out in compliance with the following guidelines:

  • Establishment of connection
  • Checking of the room of the candidate (e.g. pan shots).
  • Candidates sit (if possible) at a table that is empty – with the exception of elements approved for the examination (e.g. books, calculators).
  • The candidate’s camera setting allows the examiner permanent eye contact and a view of the named table.
  • Before the examination begins, the candidate will be informed about which documents may be used. The candidate has to declare on oath that he/she will only use the permitted an no other aids.
  • A short report must be written on the examination.
  • At the end of the examination, the candidate must be informed of the grade and the grade must be briefly substantiated.

Financial Aid for Students in Austria

Advancement of studies: summer semester 2020 as “neutral semester” (Federal Ministry, status: 31 March 2020)

In the summer semester 2020, the course of studies is affected by the “COVID 19 crisis”, students may not be able, without their fault, to earn all required study achievements. In order to protect recipients of study grants from negative consequences, this “semester does not count” for the duration of the funding period for study grants – this does not only apply to study grants, but also mobility grants and graduation scholarships.

Recipients of study grants should not be at disadvantage. We will therefore rate the current semester as “neutral semester”. This means:

  • Payment: Of course, the grants will be paid in the summer semester 2020. Requirements for proof for examinations passed for the last winter semester will be reduced, since there were only limited options for examinations during the post-admission period.
  • Duration of entitlement: The entitlement period is extended by one semester for all students who were within the entitlement period in the winter semester 2019/2020 or the summer semester 2020. They will get the grant for a further semester if needed.
  • Academic success: Exceptionally, academic success must not be proven for the summer semester 2020. Requirements for proof of academic success that is to be presented in the winter semester 2020/21 or the summer semester 2021 are reduced accordingly.
  • Period of entitlement: Any other deadlines, e.g. for the admission to a subsequent Master’s programme, for compliance with the age limit or completing the final degree with a degree scholarship are also extended by six months in the winter semester 2020/2021.
  • Application deadlines: Application deadlines are not affected thereof.
  • Implementation: Details will be regulated by an accordant law and decree. Once they are enacted, the new regulations will be published on the website of the study grant authority.

Another important note on the study grant authority:
In the six study grant offices, they work non-stop to process your applications, but in shifts and with less staff. Of course there will be delays due to the safety-related reduction of the staff. To intensify the processing to the maximum, currently no phone-calls are taken by the authority. If students still want to leave a message for the authority, they should without fail use the contact forms provided to send the message by mail. They will get an electronic response as soon as possible.

Austrian study grant authority

Here you will find information about austrian study grant authority » https://www.stipendium.at/service/faq-haeufige-fragen/

Accident insurance for pupils and students

Students are also covered in the context of university activities that are currently taking place at home. If these activities take place at all, there is of course still insurance cover in connection to school events, school-related events, vocational (educational) orientation and the usual practical activities prescribed by the curricula. Also during the (partial) closure of schools and universities, accidents and suspected occupational diseases (also infections in relation to SARS-CoV-2) related to the school and university education are to be reported.
Information of the Allgemeine Unfallversicherungsanstalt from 4 May 2020


Information on the legal basis can be found here
» https://www.uibk.ac.at/fakultaeten-servicestelle/pruefungsreferate/recht/

Last modification: 2021-07-16



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