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Study Internationally

Whether it's a semester or internship abroad or studying in English on campus, an IT and media degree program in Hagenberg is the ticket to the big wide world for many and offers the opportunity to get to know other nationalities and cultures.

Hello World, Here We Come!

Studying internationally not only brings contacts and new friends all over the world as well as insights into other cultures, but above all gives you a head start in the competition for the best jobs. Global thinking and knowledge of other cultures are of great importance for the IT and media experts of today and tomorrow. The School of Informatics, Communication and Media offers students many opportunities to gain international experience and strengthen their intercultural skills: through a semester abroad at one of the many partner universities of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria worldwide, an internship abroad, participation in international events (including on campus), as well as lectures and courses by visiting professors from abroad. Two degree programs in Hagenberg are taught entirely in English. Individual courses are offered in English across the other degree programs in Hagenberg. In addition, there is the possibility of completing a double degree program and thus simultaneously acquiring two academic titles at different universities, one at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and the second at the partner university.

Facts

Studying Abroad

All students at the Hagenberg Campus who decide to spend a semester abroad have around 140 partner universities in 50 countries to choose from. They can choose between various locations in Europe, North and South America, Asia and Oceania. They are supported by the International Office team at the FH Upper Austria Campus Hagenberg.

International Flair on Campus

Around 60 exchange students from a wide variety of countries come to Hagenberg every year to study here for one or two semesters. There are also degree-seeking students from all over the world who complete their entire degree program in Hagenberg. This mix of different cultures and different languages offers the opportunity for intercultural exchange directly on the Hagenberg campus and thus also for those students who do not complete a semester or internship abroad.

Exchange student Jan making a group selfie with fellow international students

International Office at Hagenberg Campus

is in charge of international relations at the School of Informatics, Communications and Media. This comprises partner university cooperations, as well as all outgoing and incoming student and staff mobilities and international projects and activities on Campus.

Address

International Office
University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria
School of Informatics, Communications and Media
Softwarepark 11
4232 Hagenberg
Austria

IO Hagenberg Team

Mag. Christina Huber-Beran

Head of

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
09:00 – 11:00 am 09:00 – 11:00 am 09:00 – 11:00 am 09:00 – 11:00 am 09:00 – 11:00 am
01:00 – 02:00 pm 01:00 – 03:00 pm 01:00 – 03:00 pm

For International Degree Seeking Students

Language Courses

Language courses will be offered again in the summer semester 2024. The courses are expected to take place from March 15, 2024 on 9 evenings (18 EH) and will take place with a minimum of 10 participants (subject to financial possibilities).

Registration is binding
and possible from March 8 to 11, 2024 on our website. The course fee (EUR 50 for students of the FH Upper Austria, EUR 60 for Alumniclub employees and members of the Förderverein, EUR 120 for external participants, free of charge for FH Upper Austria employees) is to be transferred after the announcement of the course start (from March 12, 2024), payment details will follow in the confirmation email.

Spanish 2

(for graduates of Spanish 1 and slightly advanced students): Wednesday, 18:05-19:40, course leader: Ramon Costa-Luza, course book: Gloria Bürsgens, Araceli Vicente Álvarez: Perspectivas - Curso rápido A1/A2, ISBN 9783060242658.

Japanese 2

Thursday, 18:00-19:35, Course leader: Ingrid Eder-Brunnhofer

Japanese 4
Thursday, 19:40-21:10, Course leader: Ingrid Eder-Brunnhofer (this course takes place online)

Korean 2

(graduates of Korean 1 and slightly advanced learners): Monday, 18:00-19:35, course leader: Seongjoon Lim

Sign Language 2 (graduates of Sign Language 1 and slightly advanced): Tuesday 18:00-19:35, course leader: Elisabeth Brunn

The language courses do not end with an examination. A certificate of attendance will be issued if at least 75% of the course participants are present.
Please obtain the required course books yourself, these are not included in the course fee.If you have any questions, please contact Barbara Gotschi via E-Mail.