TU Wien Informatics

First Steps In Your Studies

Everything you need to know to get your bearings, and not miss any important dates.

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Bachelor

Entry

The first step on the way to a bachelor degree is the TU Wien admission procedure, which includes an entrance exam.

Since access to all TU Wien bachelor programs is restricted, you need to participate in the admission procedure organized by our university.

The TU Wien Admission pages describe the process in detail.

Upon successful completion of the admission procedure, you need to apply for actual admission to our university (i.e. the formal start of your studies at TU Wien), which is also a prerequisite for all further steps.

Admission takes place directly in your Online Application in TISS.

Should your native language not be German, you need to prove your proficiency. Please see the TU Wien Language Requirements page for all the details.

Preparation

To help you get started, we offer a number of events that take place before the official start of your studies.

To facilitate a successful start into your curriculum, we offer the online course “Programming with Processing” for self-study. Please note that this course takes places before the official beginning of the semester.

In this supplemental led online course the topics of the online course “Programming with Processing” are consolidated. We provide additional exercises and answer all your questions.

We offer a Preparatory Course for Informatics, known as Prolog, to help you prepare for your studies and to balance the different requirements of newcomers.

Courses

Your studies consist of a variety of courses for which you must register in order to attend.

This year’s course registration schedule will be announced soon.

For reference, here’s last year’s information: Course registration begins on September 14, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. and ends between September 30, 2020 at 11:55 p.m. and October 6, 2020. at 11:55 p.m. (sometimes later for group registrations). Please register with your student account via TISS.

This year’s Beginners' Day will be announced soon.

For reference, here’s last year’s information: Our Beginners' Day offers an introduction to informatics as a field of study and a field of work. It should arouse your interest in further studies and enable you to better classify the content presented later in your student life.

Master

Admission

The first step in your master program is your admission to TU Wien.

Admission to our master programs requires a bachelor degree received from a university of applied sciences or through another equivalent study at a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Austria or abroad.

The TU Wien Admission pages describe everything in detail.

Should your native language not be English, you need to prove your proficiency. Please see the TU Wien Language Requirements page for all the details.

Welcome!

Our info event to get you started.

This year’s Masters' Welcome will be announced soon.

For reference, here’s last year’s information: Our Masters' Welcome provides an overview of our master programs and helps you get started. The course is aimed primarily at newcomers and especially at those who have not completed a bachelor program at TU Wien.

Doctoral

Entry

The first step towards your doctoral degree is to find a supervisor for your thesis.

Our Research Focus and Professors pages are good starting points to familiarize yourself with our faculty and research areas.

Admission to our doctoral program requires successful completion of a relevant master’s degree program. If you hold a relevant master from TU Wien, you can enroll for a doctoral study right away. For the others, the TU Wien Admission pages describe everything in detail.

Please also note that additional admission requirements may apply if you want to pursue your doctorate as part of one of our doctoral colleges.

All our doctoral courses are held in English, including those taught by our internationally renowned guest professors. Therefore we expect, of course, that you are fluent in English.

Help and Advice

We Help!

Oh my, so many new things all at once! No problem, we are here for you and help.

Our Study Services team will be happy to help you with administrative matters such as credit transfers, transitional provisions, scholarships, and graduation. On their contact page you’ll also find the office hours of the deans of studies.

The student council offers a wide range of consulting services:

The TU Wien Corona website provides current information, rules of conduct, and recommendations for action relating to the coronavirus. Further information on the subject is published on the TU Wien coLAB Wiki.

Please help to minimize the risk of infection!

COVID-19 is not the only thing that makes your first year of study exciting and full of surprises. We have put together a small list of useful links so that you do not miss any important announcements and news.

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