Faculties of Humanities - Ancient Greek, Ancient History, Art History, Archaeology, Cultural Studies, English & American philology, European Ethnology, French, Gender Studies, German Philology, History, Italian, Latin, Linguistics, Musicology, Philosophy, Russian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovene, Spanish
Institute of Translation Sciences- Arabic, English, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Serbo-Croatian, Slovene, Spanish, Turkish
Natural Sciences - Astronomy, Biology, Botany, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics, Meteorology & Geophysics, Mineralogy-Crystallography, Mining Geology, Paleontology, Petrology, Physics, Psychology, Technical Geology, Toxicology, Zoology
Social and Economic Sciences - Business Administration, Economics
Catholic Theological Faculty
Environmental and Regional Sciences and Education - Education, Geography, Economic Pedagogy, Sports Science, Sustainable Development
Engineering and other Technical Fields - The University of Graz has a unique cooperation with the Technical University of Graz (TUG), where our exchange students can co-enrol at the TUG and take courses from there at no extra cost. Students can also get a transcript from the TUG.
Incoming exchange students can take German Intensive Courses in September or February for a period of three weeks. For more information, click HERE.
University of Graz can also accept students with less or no German background provided they find enough courses offered in English to meet their home university's requirement. For more information on the English-taught courses at the University of Graz, click HERE.
Apart from the intensive German courses, Graz offers a range of German language courses during the semester (grammar, conversation, oral text competence, presentation techniques, Austrian literature and civilization, Austrian German, Business German). Students will have to pay a small fee for each course (30 Euro). For more information, click HERE.
The language center of the University of Graz also offers a language partner program and supports students in finding language buddies.
ISEP students enrolled at University of Graz may also sign up for courses offered at Technische Universität Graz at no further cost. Also, there are no course restrictions for exchange students. However, placement in some fields (psychology, sports sciences) and labs may be difficult.
Academic year: Early October to late June
Semester 1: Early October to late January (3 week Christmas break in December and January). Students participating in the intensive German course must arrive by September 5, 2013.
Semester 2: Early March to early July (3 week Easter break in April and May). Students participating in the intensive German course must arrive by Febrary 7, 2013.
Application deadlines: June 1 (Semester 1) and November 1 (Semester 2)
The duration of the program is of one semester or of a full academic year. All students who wish to go on this exchange must first apply and be accepted to the UNO International Student Exchange Program (see our site for Outgoing students). Once accepted, students then complete the requirements to apply to the program at University of Graz. The exchange agreement between UNO and University of Graz allows students to pay tuition at their home institution but they must pay all other expenses, such as housing, transportation, insurance, meals, etc. Please click here for more information on housing in Graz.
Various other essential information for exchange students is also available on the university's Welcome Guide.