The Bachelor Degree Programme in Business Informatics focuses primarily on technical activities and practice-oriented training of specialists at the interface between information technology and business. The programme covers general scientific and specific technical topics in various technological areas (such as internet technologies and software engineering), applied business administration skills (paying particular attention to marketing and sales) and social skills. Strong emphasis is put on cross-linking different technologies and the understanding of relationships, whilst always taking into account economic considerations, notably in the field of electronic business processes.

University of Applied Sciences: FH CAMPUS 02 Study locations: Graz Topic: Engineering Duration of studies: 6 Semester
Organisation form: Extra occupational Graduation: BSc Number of study places per year: 40 Study language: german

Study focus

Software implementation, software engineering,
software analysis/design, software quality assurance; network engineering,
security in computer networks, web systems; Accounting, business administration, marketing management, web marketing, project management; Electronic business processes, process management
and organisational development, e-business,
knowledge management

Admission requirements

Matriculation examination, University entrance qualification exam or subject-relevant professional qualification and supplementary exams


Mode of application: The first step of a successful application is the online application. Kindly complete and submit the form online. We will then send you the completed form in PDF format for you to print out, sign and return to the Degree Programme office.

Application deadline: 31.07.2018

Dates for admission procedure: Admission examination sessions are held from January to August 2017

Admission procedure: Written test, interview

Begin of studies: 08.09.2017

Info days: 16.01.2020, 20.02.2020, 12.03.2020, 16.04.2020, 16.05.2020

Tuition fees: EUR 363,36 per semester

Work placement: practice-oriented training

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