Application, Admission to the AAU & Letter of Acceptance
Incoming Double Degree students have to apply for admission directly at the Admission Office.
Incoming exchange students have to be nominated by their home university exclusively via our Mobility Information System (MOBIS). Once we have accepted your online nomination in MOBIS, you will receive more detailed information, such as your username, a link to set a password to access MOBIS. Please upload and submit your application within the given deadline.
Application documents sent via e-mail or post will not be accepted. Application Deadlines:
June 1st for winter semester
Nov. 1st for summer semester
Once your application has been proceeded and approved, the AAU’s Admission Office will send you the Letter of Acceptance (“Bescheid”) to the e-mail address indicated in MOBIS.
The International Office is responsible for the formal revision of the Learning Agreement before the academic coordinator signs it.
The winter semester officially starts on October 1st and ends on January 31st.
The summer semester officially starts on March 1st and ends on June 30th.
Please note that some exams might be scheduled after the official end of the semester (depending on the courses you choose).
The first week of the semester is your Orientation Week. Attendance is only mandatory on our Welcome Day. You will receive a more detailed schedule of the upcoming semester’s Orientation Week prior to your arrival.
You can register for courses only after enrolling personally at the Admission Office and paying the ÖH fee (obligatory fee for all students in Austria commissioned by the Austrian National Union of Students). Please note that course registration is not possible prior to your arrival in Klagenfurt and that you cannot transfer the ÖH fee in advance.
List of courses
The Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt offers a wide range of degree programmes.
Courses offered by the Department of English and American Studies are not open for students who want to work on a basic level of English. The Department requires a minimum level of B1/B2 (European Framework) for regular courses taught in English.
German Language Course
Attending the German Language Course is not compulsory for incoming exchange students. German language courses are considered as an extra-curricular programme and therefore are not free of charge.