Course Catalogue


You can find detailed information about the courses on the university’s website: http://orawww.uibk.ac.at/public_prod/owa/lfuonline_lv.home
Please use the “advanced search” function to search for courses in different languages at your faculty. Should the information not be available for the semester you are coming, please use the information of the previous year as a general guideline. You can choose each semester at the top of the page. In the course description you can find the socalled "Mode of repetition". This indicates if the course is taught every semester, annually or every 2 years. In the unlikely case that no Information about the course is available, please contact your coordinator in Innsbruck.

Online Learning Agreement (OLA)

When you complete your online learning agreement, you must include the course code. This 6-digit code can be found next to the name of each course.

 

Course codes are next to the course title:

 

 Course codes_2016

You can find the mode of repetition and the language of instruction in the detailed description of each course:

 

 Course_2016


 


1.


Get in touch with your exchange coordinator at your home university and/or the International Relations Office. They most likely have a detailed Online Learning Agreement (OLA) guide for you

2.

Follow the instructions of your home university and access your OLA via the website learning-agreement.eu.

3.

Make sure that:

  • You choose the correct academic year
  • The email address of your contact person at home is correct
  • You use the following data for the receiving institution:
    • Receiving institution name: Universität Innsbruck (A INNSBRU01)
    • Faculty/department: check your welcome-email (subject: Willkommen in Innsbruck!)
    • Contact person: Robert Natter, erasmus-incoming@uibk.ac.at

4.

Proposed mobility programme:

  • Table A     study programme in Innsbruck, list the courses you are planning to take in Innsbruck.
    • do not forget to include the course codes (see above)

  • Table B    recognition of courses at your home university

5.

Responsible Person

Your Academic Coordinator for Erasmusà check your welcome email for their name and contact data.

6.

Commitment

Make sure to sign your OLA or it will not be forwarded to your coordinator at home and after that to your coordinator in Innsbruck.

7.

Download the Erasmus+ App to track your OLA and get other useful information

Course registration


Together with your Letter of Acceptance, you will receive a username and password to register for the courses that are listed in your approved learning agreement.

In case of problems with registration, please go to the first lecture and explain to the teacher that you are an Erasmus student and had difficulties when applying.

Language Courses


We offer free German Courses for Erasmus+ students financed by the EU. Details will be sent to you by separate e-mail before you arrive.

The Language Centre of the University (ISI) offers more than 100 language courses for different languages on different levels. These courses are not free of charge and are easily recognizable by their course code, e.g. “124 XXX”. On successful completion, you will receive a grade and ECTS.

 

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