University starter kit
Important deadlines for students starting out at university
Everything you need to know about studying at the University of Innsbruck
Virtual guided tour
Advice and services
Introductory lectures – videos
After successfully enrolling for your study programme and receiving your registration number, student card and username and password for the University of Innsbruck’s online services, you are ready to start your very own fascinating journey into the world of knowledge – a journey that will have its ups and downs but is sure to open plenty of doors for your career ahead. Our starter kit is designed to help you take your first steps as a student at the University of Innsbruck.
The student card is the same size as a credit card and gives students access to all university facilities such as the library and the Service Point machines. Students should make sure that they go to one of the Service Points each semester to get the latest expiry date printed on their card.
The Austrian Students Union, the University of Innsbruck and their partners are keen to do everything possible to make starting out at the university as simple and pleasant as possible.
Tours of the campuses • guided tours • information events on scholarships, studying abroad, etc. • presentation of the online study platform LFU:online, lectures such as "Learning to learn", etc. • free refreshments • vouchers • and much more
For more information visit: http://www.uibk.ac.at/studium/informiert-ins-studium/
All students admitted for the first time to study on a bachelor’s or diploma programme must complete a Studies Induction and Orientation Period (StEOP). The aim of the StEOP is to provide students with an overview of what the study programme contains and how it works, thereby giving them the information they need to take an informed decision on whether or not they wish to pursue that study programme.
For detailed information about the StEOP visit: https://www.uibk.ac.at/studium/organisation/studienbeginn/steop/index.html.en
Our virtual guided tour offers new students a clear and user-friendly overview of the information they will need at the start of their first semester.
The staff at our advice and service facilities will be happy to answer any questions.
A number of introductory lectures for courses offered at the University of Innsbruck are available online. The university records the lectures in their entirety and then makes the videos available to students and other members of the public via the website and the online platform iTunes U.