International Study Programmes

The University of Innsbruck offers a number of study programmes, which are carried out in cooperation with international partner universities. An integrated part of these programmes is a period abroad at the partner institution.

Graduates of these programmes benefit from increased chances on the job market, not least through the intercultural experience of the integrated stay abroad. Carefully selected academic mobility partners offer the opportunity to specialize in subjects, which might not be offered at the home university. In addition, language and cultural skills can be improved.

Diploma Programme International Economic and Business Studies

This Diploma programme offers a unique opportunity for motivated students combining Business and Economic Studies. The international focus is supported by high level knowledge of two languages and a compulsory year abroad at a non-German teaching university. Dealing with other languages and cultures supplements the aim of this programme in a meaningful way and enables the graduates to follow any international Career.


Erasmus Mundus Master Astrophysics

The main objective of the master's programme is to provide top-ranked students with an excellent background in Astrophysics, to introduce them to the world of modern astrophysical research, and foster their future careers in this field. At the same time, in the spirit of the Erasmus Mundus programmes, we promote cultural exchanges between non-European and European students and academics.


European Master in Classical Cultures

The international master's programme covers the Mediterranean and the Middle East from the beginnings of written cultures to late antiquity with approaches form the methods of history, philology and archaeology. The study programme involves twelve universities in nine European countries. The participants study at least at two different universities and receive the academic degree "Master of Arts" from both these universities.


Master's Programme Linguistic and Literary Varieties in the Francophone World

This Joint Study Programme offered by the University of Innsbruck and the Université Paris Descartes aims at imparting a high level of active competence in the French language. Furthermore, excellent cultural and intercultural competence related to the Francophone language and culture, as well as the ability to work independently are nurtured.


Master's Programme in Environmental Management of Mountain Areas (EMMA)

The double degree Master's Programme in Environmental Management of Mountain Areas has an interdisciplinary focus, and is offered in cooperation with the Faculty of Science and Technology of the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano. The programme is suitable for graduates of the bachelor's programmes in the fields of biology, environmental engineering, natural sciences and technologies, agriculture and forestry, and for other graduates with a thematically relevant bachelor’s degree.


Master's Programme in Environmental Meteorology

The master's programme Environmental Meteorology is offered jointly by the University of Innsbruck and the University of Trento (Italy). The language of instruction is English. The programme qualifies graduates for employment in the public sector, in meteorological services, in the private sector (e.g. energy demand analyzes, air hygiene, hydrological applications, agriculture and forestry, environmental surveys) and in other related sectors, in which aspects of environmental meteorology are relevant.


Doctor of Philosophy Programme Italian Law/Dottorato di ricerca in materie giuridiche

The joint doctoral programme in Italian law from the University of Innsbruck and the University of Padua qualifies for independent, methodically impeccable scientific work, and equips the graduates with a high level of linguistic and intercultural competence for higher professional positions.


European Doctorate in Teacher Education (EDiTE)

The European Doctorate in Teacher Education (EDiTE) is a four-year project, supported by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme, the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement (n. 676452).

Under the project, fifteen Early Stage Researchers from eleven countries are employed by five partner universities, where they work closely with supervisors and pursue individual research projects in the framework of the EDiTE joint research programme.


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