Universities are the driving force for the future and for the development of our society. Research, education and science serve as the main and future-oriented pillars for the innovative power of our country. The University of Klagenfurt offers diverse opportunities and exciting projects aimed at promoting education and research in the country. This page provides an overview of our sponsorship opportunities and information on how you can support the University of Klagenfurt as a private person and as a company.
Selected projects & campaigns
Giving something back to the university
Did you receive a grant or scholarship while you were studying, to help you finance your semester abroad or to support you as you were completing your final thesis? Do you feel that if it hadn’t been for this support, you wouldn’t have been able to gain valuable experience and you wouldn’t be where you are today? Are you now looking to give this same support in return and help students who are pursuing their studies today? That’s a great idea!
A lecture hall or classroom sponsorship allows you to position your company directly on the campus of the University of Klagenfurt. By taking your place among the students, you can put yourself in the minds and on the radar of potential future employees.
Our bundles of benefits will get you listed on the university’s website. You’ll receive an allocation of job listings free of charge and, depending on your choice of bundle, you can secure an option to either attend as a visitor or a run an exhibitor’s booth at connect, the largest job and career fair in southern Austria.
The Klagenfurt scholarship is awarded annually and provides a monthly grant of 300 Euros to Master students, whose trajectories promise outstanding achievements in their studies and professional career.
The University of Klagenfurt runs the career programme “interactive!” to connect students and young scientists in Carinthia with potential employers at an early stage and to strengthen the Carinthian labour market.
The Karl Popper Kolleg (KPK) is a centre for research and doctoral studies founded by the University of Klagenfurt in 2015. It allows promising young researchers to collaborate with international researchers at the cutting edge of their fields.