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See our frequently asked questions below. If you still have questions left, we are happy to inform and consult you personally.
The academic year starts every year in mid-September (in Styria, on the first Friday after school starts).
The winter semester starts in mid-September and ends in mid-February. The summer semester starts in mid-February and ends in mid-July.
Course units take place only on weekends: Fridays 13.45 – 21.30 and Saturdays 08.00 – 16.00. At the beginning of each semester, students are expected to participate in an intensive week from 13.45 to 21.30.
School graduates can also study extra-occupationally as professional activity is not an entry requirement.
The tuition fee is € 363.36 per semester and needs to be paid at the beginning of each semester. In addition, students studying in Austria are obliged to pay the Austrian National Union of Students’ fee (€ 19.20 per semester).
After completing the Bachelor Degree Programme in Business Informatics you gain the academic degree Bachelor of Science in Engineering (BSc). The degree gained after completing the Master Degree Programme in IT & Business Informatics is Diplom-Ingenieur (Dipl.-Ing. or DI).
Generally, ECTS credits from universities of applied sciences’ and universities’ course units with the same or very similar content as the corresponding CAMPUS 02 course unit can be accredited. However, ECTS credits can only be given after you have been accepted as a student to CAMPUS 02. This is why we cannot accept any credits beforehand.
More detailed information on the Admission criteria for the Bachelor degree programmes
More detailed information on the Admission criteria for the Master degree programmes
Additional information for International applicants.
When writing a motivational statement it should be clear why you have chosen the desired degree programme and what you expect from it.
The letter of recommendation is optional. Please note however, that the application process is based on a strict point scoring system. You are given points for your employer’s support.
Yes, of course.
Yes, if you have a specialised professional qualification. More detailed information can be found under Admission Criteria Bachelor Degree Programmes.
Our degree programme regularly organises information events and we would also be happy to give you advice personally.
We are afraid that we do not offer financial support; please contact the Austrian Study Grant Authority for more information (https://www.stipendium.at/english-information/)
If you have a student ID, you can also claim all student benefits.
Remember to always bring your student ID!