Information about the Admission Procedures for the
Bachelor's Programme Pharmacy
for the Academic Year 2018/2019

Workflow for the Admission Procedure


If you are interested in the Bachelor's Programme Pharmacy it is important to be aware of the following conditions: Each academic year, the University of Innsbruck makes the following number of study places available:  280 (minus 2 for "incoming students"). In order to obtain one of these study places, you need to complete the following steps:

  1. Open an LFU online account. This will give you access to the University of Innsbruck computer system, which you will need for the next steps.
    (Registration begins on 1st March 2018)

  2. Enter your data into the system and complete a short online self assessment (step 1). This is for your own orientation only. Its objective is to provide you with an impression of whether the Bachelor’s Programme Pharmacy suit you or not. It is entirely up to you what you do with the results of the online self assessment. Regardless of whether they are "good" or "bad" – they have no influence on you being granted a place of study or not.

  3. An admission test (step 2) has been planned for 31st August 2018. The word "planned" is used because the admission test will be cancelled, if there are fewer registered applicants than available places of study (278).

  4. If the admission test is necessary, i.e. there are more applicants than places, you will receive timely information about the venue and time of the test after the registration deadline.


The following Books are reccomended as preparation for the Admission Procedures:

  • Basiswissen Physik, Chemie und Biochemie Vom Atom bis zur Atmung - für Biologen, Mediziner und Pharmazeuten Autoren: Bannwarth, Horst, Kremer, Bruno P., Schulz, Andreas Ebook ISBN 978-3-642-36635-2
  • Reece, JB & Campbell NA. (2008 oder 2010), Campbell Biologie, Gymnasiale Oberstufe. Pearson Studium Verlag.

Information on the Curriculum can be found here.
For further questions please contact or +43/512 507 96001