The university campus is quiet and empty, the country is in lock-down mode, and it’s largely up to you to summon up the motivation and the energy to study by yourself at home. We have put together five tips to get you inspired to study.
Klagenfurt is a small and friendly city: 100,000 people live here in the most southerly provincial capital in Austria. The University of Klagenfurt, also known as Alpen-Adria Universität (AAU), is located in the west of the city, about 5 minutes away from Lake Wörthersee by bike. It’s an excellent place to study. But with “discover Klagenfurt”, we also want to show you that Klagenfurt and Carinthia (as well as the regions beyond) are wonderful places to live as well as study!
There are countless unresolved questions that may plague you in your last year of school or once you have completed secondary school: “What should I study? Where should I study?”, and so on. Did you know that the University of Klagenfurt offers state-of-the-art, innovative and future-oriented degree programmes in the field of technical sciences? So, how about pursuing a degree in technology!? You could, for instance, start with a Bachelor’s degree in Applied Informatics, Information and Communications Engineering, Technical Mathematics or Management Information Systems. To help you choose the right degree programme, we have compiled a list of 5 good reasons why a technology degree programme may be the right choice for you after all. Read more
The world is yours to enjoy with a degree in “International Business and Economics”. We asked Programme Director Dmitri Blüschke to tell us about the unique features of this English language Bachelor’s degree and to explain what distinguishes it from “traditional” business degrees.
Gain two internationally recognised degrees at the same time? It’ s easier than you think with our Double Degree programmes. Students who enrol in a Double Degree programme also spend a certain amount of time studying at the partner university. In Italy these are the Università degli studi di Udine and the Università Ca‘ Foscari di Venezia. Upon completion, the degree is recognised in both countries, i.e. in Austria and in Italy.