Kursangebot

Dear Aurora students!

The course you are interested in is open to all Aurora partner Universities students and therefore follows its own registration procedure.

In order to successfully register for this course as a student from one of the Aurora partner universities, we have compiled some information for you below. Please read it carefully. At the bottom of the page, you will find the link that leads you to the registration for your chosen Aurora course. 

Registration and application for the course

In order to be able to attend the course as a student and to receive a certificate upon successful completion, you will be enrolled and registered for a course as a "non-degree seeking student", if you have not already registered for a course at Universität Innsbruck.

If courses have a limit on the number of participants (e.g. interactive formats such as excursions, practical courses, seminars, lectures combined with exercises, etc.) a ranking of applications will be necessary. This is done - among other things - according to the principle "first come - first served", provided that the documents are submitted in full. Please refer to the description of the respective courses in the course catalog if this is applicable.

  Detailed information on the   process sequence incl. deadline 

Additional information

Tuition fee & Austrian Students´Union Fees   For Aurora students from other Aurora universities, the Rectorate waives the tuition fees (EUR 363.36). The fees for the Austrian Students´ Union (currently EUR 20.70) will be paid from the Aurora funds.

Access data  After admission to Universität Innsbruck and successful course registration, Aurora students (apart from regular students of Universität Innsbruck) will receive their access data for the IT services of Universität Innsbruck (LFU: online, OLAT, etc.) via e-mail and can thus use all student resources.

Course recognition   The admission to Universität Innsbruck or a possible admission to a course does not guarantee that the achieved learning outcomes or grades will be recognized at the home institution for the respective study program.

We, therefore, urgently suggest that you seek clarification as early as possible with the person and/or department responsible for recognition of courses at the respective home institution (e.g., Dean of Studies, Associate Dean of Studies ...)!

Certificates  Grades are entered via LFU:online as for all other regular courses at Universität Innsbruck. After successful completion of the course, all students can download/print their official transcripts/certificates via LFU: online.

Data query 

For complete registration or application for the desired course, Universität Innsbruck, as well as the Aurora home university, require personal and/or specific (contact) data.

Please note that the application or registration for the Aurora course can only be considered if all required data has been provided in full. Note that all data that is provided will only be used for administrative purposes and registration of the course!

Forms and specific data for admission

Registration form: Completion of the form is mandatory for all Aurora students except the students from Universität Innsbruck, please date and sign it (original signature). The information is used to record the data required for enrollment as a "non-degree seeking student" at Universität Innsbruck.

  Here you can find the registration form

Matriculation number/registration number: The Matriculation and/or registration number enables the universities to uniquely identify the student, even if this is not possible based on name or a combination of name and date and place of birth. To avoid any duplicate enrollments, any (previous) Austrian matriculation number must be provided.

Digital copy of your passport: Proof of identity

Confirmation of enrollment from the home university: To provide proof of current enrollment in a degree program at one of the Aurora universities

Note: Students are asked to upload their data in separate files and give their consent that this data will be further processed by their respective home institution and UIBK.

Data/Information for the course  

Ranking of the applications may become necessary for courses with a limited number of participants (see the description of the respective course in the course catalog). In order to be able to rank the applications and also to give the course instructors the opportunity to adjust to the participants, certain courses require letters of motivation, a short CV, an abstract of the planned thesis or similar (see description of the respective course in the course catalog).

Please design your application documents in a meaningful and concise manner and observe any character requirements.

Creating the Registration Files

For successful application/registration, all documents (e.g., completed registration form + scan of passport + letter of motivation) must be uploaded separately (.pdf).

Follow-up questions  

If you have any further questions, please contact the Aurora Office Team in Innsbruck by email, indicating the course you are interested in (course number + title): aurora-courses@uibk.ac.at.

We look forward to welcome you as a student of the Universität Innsbruck!



  Take a look at our FAQs!

We hope to answer some of the questions you might have.
Please do not hesitate to contact us if the information you are looking for is not available on this website.

FAQ

1. Where can I find the information about the course offerings at Universität Innsbruck?

Here you can find an overview of the current open Aurora courses at Universität Innsbruck.
Furthermore, all Aurora students can check the course catalog of Universität Innsbruck to find out which courses have been classified or opened as Aurora courses.
For this purpose, a special "Aurora" section has been created in the UIBK Course Catalog (Courses (uibk.ac.at): course catalogue >> Interdisciplinary and Additional Courses >> Aurora>> respective course >> course description).

2. How can I successfully register for the course as a student from one of the Aurora partner universities?

In order to successfully register for the course as a student from one of the Aurora partner universities, please read the information carefully and follow the steps described here. At the bottom of the page, you will find the link that leads you to the registration for your chosen Aurora course.

3. Where can I find a complete guide to the Aurora courses application process?

Detailed information on the process sequence incl. deadline can be found here.

4. What is the timeline for summer semester 2022 registration?

Timeline for the Bachelor and Master courses :

  • publication of course catalog begins from 01.01.2022
  • general admission period is between 01.-05.02.2022
  • course registration for Bachelor and Master courses 02.-21.02.2022
  • semester/course period 03.-02.07.2022

 
Timeline for the Doctoral Course 645.900: Borders and Places. The Spatial Dimension of Culture:

  • publication of course catalog begins from 07.01.2022
  • general admission period 07.01.-05.02.2022
  • grace period 06.02.-30.04.2022
  • course registration (Bachelor/Master) 01.02.-21.02.2022
  • semester/course period 07.03.-02.07.2022

5. What kind of data should be provided?

In order to complete the registration or application for the desired course at Universität Innsbruck you need to provide your personal and/or specific (contact) data. These are:

      • registration form
      • matriculation number/registration number
      • digital copy of your passport
      • confirmation of enrollment from the home university

6. What does confirmation of enrollment from the home university mean and how can I get it?

A Confirmation of Enrolment is an official document that can be used to verify your status as a student and to provide proof of your current enrollment in a degree program at one of the Aurora universities. Usually it is an electronic document which you can receive from the Office of Student Affairs, Admissions Office or Secretary's Office.

7. What does the matriculation number mean?

The matriculation number is a unique number assigned to each student when he/she matriculates the first time to the university.
On the first admission to a course at an Austrian University, each student is allocated a matriculation number. The matriculation number appears in all documents (certificates, student identification, confirmation of study).

8. I have already sent all the necessary application documents, but still have not received the confirmation letter and my access data. Is there a problem with my application?

After your submission, our team makes a check of the uploaded documents and sends the confirmation letter if all requested documents are complete. Please be aware that the document review process can take some.

The access data is sent after admission to Universität Innsbruck and successful course registration at least one week prior to the course start date. Aurora students (apart from regular students of Universität Innsbruck) will receive their access data for the IT services of Universität Innsbruck (LFU: online, OLAT, etc.) via e-mail and can thus use all student resources.

9. Are there are any fees for the course?

For Aurora students from other Aurora universities, the Rectorate waives the tuition fees (EUR 363.36). The fees for the Austrian Students´ Union (currently EUR 20.70) will be paid from the Aurora funds.

10. Where can I find the OLAT-Instructions?

Here you can find a short instructions on how to use Learning Management System OpenOlat including the most important options.

11. How does the Academic Calendar at Universität Innsbruck look like?

The University’s academic year consists of two semesters. The first semester, the winter semester, lasts from the beginning of October until the end of January. The second semester, the summer semester, lasts from the beginning of March until the end of June/first week of July.
The Academic Calendar including exact dates can be found here.

12. I have successfully completed the course, how does the recognition of the learning outcomes work?

Grades are entered via LFU:online as for all other regular courses at Universität Innsbruck. After successful completion of the course, all students can download/print their official transcripts/certificates via LFU: online (student portal >> my examinations >> exam results).
The admission to Universität Innsbruck or a possible admission to a course does not guarantee that the achieved learning outcomes or grades will be recognized at the home institution for the respective study program. We, therefore, urgently suggest that you seek clarification as early as possible with the person and/or department responsible for recognition of courses at the respective home institution (e.g., Dean of Studies, Associate Dean of Studies ...)!


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Summer Semester 2022      800.860               Environment & Care: Canadian Perspectives
                                                                             
(Bachelor Level, online, lecture, 3 ECTS Credits)
                                                                           
                                                                               Registration is closed


Summer Semester 2022      800.870              Social Entrepreneurship & Innovation focusing Sustainability & Climate Change
                                                                             
(Master Level, blended format/short term mobility, course, 5 ECTS Credits)                                                                                             
                                                                              Registration is closed


Summer Semester 2022      800.871              Educational Inequality
                                                                           
 (Master Level, online, lecture, 5 ECTS Credits)
                                 
                                                                             Registration is closed


Summer Semester 2022      800.872              Climate Protection
                                                                             
(Master Level, online, lecture, 2,5 ECTS Credits)

                                                                             Registration is closed


Summer Semester 2022      645.900              Doctoral Seminar: "Borders and Places" 
                                                                             
(PhD Level, short term mobility, seminar 5 ECTS Credits)                                                                      
                                                                              Registration is closed


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