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Studying According to the Building Block System

The majority of all fields of study at Universities of Applied Sciences and traditional universities offer study programmes in alignment with the "Bologna System": Bachelor Master PhD.

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Women & Engineering Brand new solutions

Thats not the right thing for girls. You dont need to do something that difficult! And youll certainly get dirty, too! When the talk is about engineering, society still has a number of prejudices and unchallenged clichs. Girls who decide to pursue studies in a technical field often still have to justify their choice.

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Promising Start to ones Career

UAS graduates not only easily find a job after their studies, they also earn well. Is this really true? The latter has been proven by a study of the International Centre for Higher Education Research of the University of Kassel for the German-speaking region.

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Research & Development Implementing innovations

Application-oriented and practical that is how research at UASs can be described. Scientific work flows directly into a new product, an improved service or is further optimised by research for practical use in the industry. Universities of Applied Sciences cooperate closely in this area with businesses in the region.

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Student Life Well-provided for, yet still independent

What does an average day look like in the life of a UAS student? The course schedule gives the day a certain rhythm and ensures that students stay on top of things and do not waste time on administrative matters which they could spend on their studies. The application and acceptance procedure eliminates any waiting for places in courses and the fight for a seat in a lecture. Yet students naturally have the right to and the desire for a life outside of completing the required curriculum. This is where the location of the UASs comes in.

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Work Placement Get a taste of professional life

UAS courses of study are hands-on and practical in multiple ways: Numerous lectures, courses and tutorials are held by professionals from the world of work; and, in addition, already during their studies students go out into every day work life and apply what they have learned. This is made possible by the work placement which is a required part of every UAS course of studies.

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International Crossing borders

Courses of study held exclusively in English, semesters abroad, and work placements far from home the longing for faraway places can be stilled at a UAS, because here the motto is: Welcome to the big, wide world!

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Study Forms - The right model for everyone

This is made possible by the Bologna Model, which was accepted by 29 states in 1999 in the Italian city of Bologna. This model was designed to provide for a common three-stage study architecture: The first degree is the Bachelors, followed by the Masters, which, in turn, is followed by doctorate studies. Where exactly is the flexibility in this study plan? Its simple: Anyone who earns a Bachelors degree at a University of Applied Sciences or a traditional university can immediately begin a relevant Masters study programme generally at any other UAS or traditional university, either at home or in another European country.

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Studying with an international focus

The opportunity to gain international experience is an important aspect of studying at a university of applied sciences, for example by completing a semester or work placement abroad, or simply by engaging in student life.

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International design award for Information Design students

Three students from the Information Design degree programme at FH JOANNEUM have received an internationally recognised award for their communications campaign for the design event Designmonat Graz 2009. Two of the coveted red dot design awards went to the student team of Christoph Almasy, Franz Xaver Daublesky and Isabella Thaller.

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