Department of Educational Studies and Educational Research
9020 Klagenfurt am Wörthersee
To be accepted for the university entrance exam, you must take the following steps:
Find out more about our degree programmes on the Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt degree programmes page and choose your future programme of study.
Make an appointment with the University Entrance Exam Office.
This compulsory appointment with the Director of the University Entrance Exam Preparation Course will provide you with comprehensive information about the examination and how to prepare. The course director will help you fill in the University entrance exam application form.
The subjects covered in the university entrance exam depend on your desired programme of study. They are a set component of the admissions process and are recorded on your acceptance letter. The required examinations can be taken upon being accepted for the exam.
The university entrance exam consists of the following five examinations:
a piece of written work on a general topic (essay)
two or three examinations that assess prior knowledge or skills relating to subjects covered in the desired discipline (compulsory subjects)
one or two examinations on introductory courses (lectures) for the desired programme of study (electives)
You can find an overview of subjects offered at Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt and available examination subjects in the online information brochure.
The University Entrance Exam Preparation Course offers you the opportunity to take the compulsory and elective subjects for the university entrance exam listed in your acceptance letter by attending classes and lectures.
If you have received an acceptance letter, you can register for the course at the University Entrance Exam Office during the matriculation and enrolment period.