Getting started is easy! Let us show you step-by-step how to start your studies at Johannes Kepler University.
How does the admissions procedure work, how do I sign up for classes? What deadlines, opens an external URL in a new window to be aware of? You will find the answers to these questions and more here as well as step-by-step instructions.
If you have questions about the admissions and enrollment procedure, simply contact the Admissions Office, opens an external URL in a new window.
If you have questions about academic degree programs, contact the Office of Student Information & Academic Advising Services, opens an external URL in a new window.
They will be happy to help you!
Keep up-to-date by following us on the JKU’s social media channels! You can learn more about start-of-the-year events ranging from preparation courses and info sessions held before the start of the semester, to meeting new, fellow classmates during your first Austrian Student Union Mensa party.
Start Your Studies – A Step-by-Step Guide
- 1. Register To Enroll and pay the Austrian Student Union fee REGISTER
- 2. Access the JKU’s IT Services IT SERVICES
- 3. Course Registration INSTRUCTIONS
- 4. Student Platform myJKU LEARN MORE
To help you at the start your studies, the JKU and the Austrian Student Union have organized various events for new students.
- SIBS Info Day to Start Studies LEARN MORE
- JKU Austrian Student Union ServicesNew Student Advising, Welcome Day and New Student Tutorium LEARN MORE , OPENS AN EXTERNAL URL IN A NEW WINDOW
Take advantage of special academic preparation classes offered at the JKU so you can start off on the right foot! New students enrolled in the following undergraduate degrees can take part:
- Degree programs in Engineering & Natural Sciences, opens an external URL in a new window
- Bachelor’s degree in Business Informatics, opens an external URL in a new window
- Bachelor’s degree in Statistics and Data Science, opens an external URL in a new window
- Bachelor’s degree in Teacher Education Studies Secondary Level (General Education) in STEM Subjects, opens an external URL in a new window
The courses are free of charge and attendance is not mandatory.
Learn more by looking at the curriculum and the course catalog
Which classes do I have to take and in which order? How exactly do I move forward with my studies? The answers to these questions and more is available in the curriculum and in the course catalog for your respective degree program. These documents are also available online on the page for the major you are interested in.
Studies Introduction and Orientation Phase (StEOP)
All newly enrolled students in a Bachelor’s or Diploma degree program, opens in new window are required to completed the StEOP (Studies Introduction and Orientation Phase) requirements. The StEOP requirements include completing mandatory courses at the start of your studies. To learn more about these courses, see your respective curriculum, opens an external URL in a new window.
There are no StEOP requirements for students enrolled in the Bachelor’s degree program in Human Medicine, opens in new window.
Studies from A to Z
University has created a handy A-to-Z list to help you find information about your studies. If you can’t find the answer to your question here, please do not hesitate to contact our Student Information and Academic Advising Services or the Admissions Office. University is here for you!
Credit Transfer for Examinations
Are you perhaps changing majors or you were at a vocational high school and would like to see if you can get academic credit for exams you have previously taken? You can get detailed information here.
Dates and Deadlines
When can I sign up for classes? What are the vacation/holiday dates? Important information about the university’s academic calendar is available here.
Study & Work
Do you wish to earn an academic degree while you work or hold down a part-time? Are you getting student financial aid or any other kind of financial aid support? Talk with Austrian Student Union representatives to make sure you don’t exceed the income limits! Exceeding the limit may mean you will be required to return some of the financial aid amounts.
Source: Johannes Kepler University Linz