More than 12,000 students take advantage of the wide range of studies offered by Graz University of Technology in the fields of engineering and science. The university currently offers 18 bachelor’s, 35 master’s and two teacher training programmes as well as a number of postgraduate courses.
Students can rely on good support and an excellent infrastructure. Efficient use of new technologies in the fields of e-learning, IT services, the library and administrative procedures makes day-to-day university life easier. Well-founded specialized knowledge and a high degree of problem-solving abilities are the seed capital of the 1,700 annual graduates launched on their future careers.
Cooperation as a factor of success
Scientists carry out research and development at the highest level in the seven faculties and their more than 100 departments. Excellent contacts with industry and business can be seen in numerous participations in scientific competence
centres and research networks. Co-operations with scientific partner institutes act as a further dynamo to success.
founded in | 1811
number of teachers | 1,411
number of students | 12,573
percentage of foreign students | 15.3%
number of BA-programmes | 18
number of MA-programmes | 34
number of annual graduates | 1,953
Mechanical Engineering and Economic Sciences
Electrical and Information Engineering
Technical Mathematics and Technical Physics
Technical Chemistry, Chemical Process Engineering and
Computer Science and Biomedical Engineering
Fields of Expertise
Five nationally and internationally visible fields of competence make up the scientific fingerprint of Graz University of Technology:
- Advanced Materials Science
- Human & Biotechnology
- Information, Communication & Computing
- Mobility & Production
- Sustainable Systems
With NAWI Graz the University of Graz and Graz University of Technology have created a co-operation that is unique in Austria. NAWI Graz stands for joint teaching, research and doctorate programmes in the natural sciences. Joint degree programmes have been established in the fields of chemistry, technical and molecular biosciences, mathematics, physics and geosciences.
TU Graz cultivates a worldwide network of partners from industry and business,
universities and non-university research institutes. Individual cooperations in teaching and research, interdisciplinary research projects, student and staff mobility and strategic partnerships are continuing the strong international orientation.