Studying in Salzburg

The number of international students coming to study at the University of Salzburg has increased over the past several years. Approximately 30 percent of all students studying at the university are foreign nationals. They either attend regular courses within the framework of an exchange program, or they are full-time, degree seeking students.

Information for Exchange Students Who Want to Study at the University of Salzburg within the Framework of a Bilateral Agreement

The information on the following pages are directed primarily towards those students who are full-time students at a university abroad and want to spend one semester or a whole year at the University of Salzburg within the framework of an exchange program (without seeking a degree from the University of Salzburg).

Information for International Students Who Want to Earn a Degree from the University of Salzburg

The international students who are seeking a degree from the University of Salzburg can find the relevant information on the homepage of the Student Service Centre. For more information on “Studying at an Austrian University” go to www.studyinaustria.at.

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  • The "ditact - women's studies IT 2015" opened on Monday, August 24, at the Unipark Nonntal, University of Salzburg.
    From 10 to 12 September, 2015, in cooperation with the Department of Psychology at the University of Salzburg , a joint meeting will take place of the Fachgruppe Geschichte der Psychologie der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Psychologie and der Gesellschaft für Kulturpsychologie. The venue is the Bibliotheksaula of the University of Salzburg. All interested persons are cordially invited!
    The motto of the "3rd Salzburg Summer School ", which will be held 7 – 9 September, is „... und Schule gelingt!“. This year, the social changes in schools, the new media and current educational reforms are at the center.
    The foreign policy editor of the Salzburger Nachrichten,Dr. Helmut Müller, has a discussion with the ORF-foreign correspondents Karim El-Gawhary and Mathilde Schwabeneder on the refugee catastrophe and its consequences. WHEN: Wednesday, September 16, 2015, 19:00. WHERE: University of Salzburg, Große Universitätsaula, Max Reinhardt Platz in the festival district. Registration is required!
    Wolfgang Schlager – Scale Invariance of Sediment Patterns –Expression of Fundamental Principles. In 2015, Wolfgang Schlager was awarded the Jean Baptiste Lamarck-Medal of the European Union of Geosciences in recognition of his contributions to the study of marine carbonates (http://www.egu.eu/awards-medals/jean-baptiste-lamarck/2015/wolfgang- Schlager /).
    How different personality types respond to potential existential threats. Psychologists at the University of Salzburg have investigated these possibilities through the development of an internationally acclaimed socio-psychological and neuropsychological model.
    Four summer interns of the Computational Systems Group arranged the song "Bad Romance" by Lady Gaga in a software tool called "Antescofo".
    Univ.-Prof. Dr. Aho Shemunkasho, Professor of History and Theology of the Syrian Christianity in the Department of Bible Studies and Church History in cooperation with Mag.a Magarita Paulus from the Parish Leopoldskron-Moos have organized a German language course for refugees from Syria and Africa.
    The 3rd "Erwin Kräutler Prize for Contextual Theology and Interreligious Dialogue" will be presented in an award ceremony to Dr. Eneida Jacobsen on 6 October 2015.
    From Josefine Golla and Karl Rothauer, the Portrait of Leonidas Ndayisaba subtitled ""Wie ein Burundier Österreich nach Afrika mitnimmt " shows the situation in Burundi in 2014, that is before the 2015 riots erupted.
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