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Karl-Franzens University/University of Graz
Graz, Austria (Exchange Program) (Outgoing Program)
Program Terms: Academic Year,
Fall,
Spring
Homepage: Click to visit
Program Dates & Deadlines: Click here to view
Restrictions: Montclair applicants only
Budget Sheets Fall,
Spring
Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Program Language of Instruction: English, German
Housing Options: Homestay, Private apartment Minimum GPA: 2.5
Academic Area: Accounting, Law, & Taxation, Biology, Business, Chemistry, Economics, Education, English, Environmental Studies, History, Human Services, Humanities, International Studies, Jewish American Studies, Linguistics, Management & Information Systems, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physical Education, Psychology, Religious Studies, Science, Sociology Internship: No
Program Description:
 

 

Students applying for the Spring term should complete their MSU study abroad applications by August 1.  Uni-Graz must receive spring nominations by August 15 to guarantee student housing.  Applicants after August 1 will still be considered but may have to arrange independent housing.

 


Graz, Austria

Karl Franzens Universität/ University of Graz

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MSU is an exchange partner with the University of Graz, Austria.  Students interested in participating in a semester or a year-long programme are encouraged to apply.

View the Uni-Graz Fast Fact Sheet here - Fast_Fact_Sheet_Graz_2017-2018.pdf

From the Uni-Graz website:
The University of Graz is one of the largest institutions of higher education in Austria. With approximately 27,000 students and 3,500 employees, it makes an essential contribution to the vibrant life of the Styrian capital. Diversity and a wide scope characterize the education programs at the six faculties. Students can choose from more than 100 bachelor, masters and diploma programs.
 


Course list: Courses Taught in English

Intensive German language also available at all levels.


Graz University Information for Students (Academic Calendar, Course Information, Language Knowledge, Language Courses, Accomodations, Web pages, University Life and Things to know about Graz)
Found Here - Fast_Fact_Sheet_Graz_2017-2018.pdf
 

 

More Information on University of Graz


Language
Many courses are taught in English, however most are taught in German.   Please see specifics below.

  1. German Language Courses (included in transcript): at a reduced fee of € 160 exchange students can participate in 3-week German Intensive Courses at all levels in September/February; 60 hours total equaling 6 ECTS credits.

Treffpunkt Sprachen”, the language center at Uni Graz also offers German Semester Courses at all levels at € 60. Exchange students pay the reduced price of € 35 for one of these courses.

  1. Language of Subject Courses: Most courses are taught in German and the online course guide is published each July for the following academic year. A selection of courses at various departments is also taught in English

 

  1. Language requirement: The equivalent of two years of college German (German level B2) is desirable, if students want to follow courses in German. Students with no German proficiency can be accepted, if they find enough courses taught in English to meet their home university’s credit requirements. Participation in our pre-semester German intensive course is mandatory for these students.

Karl Franzens

 


Accommodations and Meals

Students will live in a student apartment within the city of Graz.   Housing is arranged through an independent agency, Austrian Exchange Service (ÖAD). International students are usually accommodated in dorms, in shared flats together with other students, or in inexpensive apartments. If preferred, a homestay with an Austrian  family may be arranged.

Sign up for the buddy program!

Signing up for the buddy program is a unique and guided way of stepping into student life in Graz.  Please be aware that these students are unpaid volunteers and may not be available 24/7.  You should keep your buddy informed of arrival information in Graz as well when you do not require certain services (e.g., pick-up from the airport or train station, etc).

The Welcome Events

These events are MANDATORY for all students as they provide support with important first steps.  The sessions are NOT walk-in sessions.  Students not participating in the Welcome Events will have to take care of the necessary procedures by themselves, risk not being able to sign up for classes within the relevant timeframe and are responsible for all other consequences of them missing the Welcome Sessions.

Visa / Resident Permit

Students are required to follow the procedures as indicated by the embassies /relevant authorities and International Office of Uni Graz at all times. By not following the relevant procedures students risk their stay in Austria being an illegal one. All consequences resulting from students neglecting the relevant procedures are their own responsibility.

STUDENT BLOGS
Our Student Jeff Baker has started a blog - "Great Austrian Adventure" - Visit it and share in his exciting travels in Graz, Austria!


The Global Education Department would like to highlight Ricardo Taveras, one of Montclair State University's students who has traveled abroad with the Summer School Seggau run by the University of Graz in Graz, Austria. He has been featured in the Montclairion sharing his experience to all from his trip.
“I believe education is the [solution] to almost every possible problem in society,” said Taveras.
To read the full article, click here

 

Through the exchange agreement, MSU students who are accepted to study at Uni-Graz will pay MSU tuition and fees to MSU directly while attending the program at Uni-Graz.  Additional costs to the student include room, board, insurance, airfare and other transportation, and incidentals.  Students will also pay the study abroad application fee of $400. The recommended Intensive German Language Course is an additional charge.  In most cases, students may use their financial aid.  Some additional fees may apply.

See the Karl-Franzens Universität/University of Graz website for additional information on the cost of living:
Click Here

To Apply

All students must complete the Montclair State University study abroad application process first to receive approval.  Please click on the "Apply Now" at the top of the page to begin your application.

Visa information: For more information regarding visas, please review this document: Visa-Info for US+CA students.pdf

For Further Information:

Contact the Study Abroad email alias, studyabroad@montclair.edu

Domenica Dominguez, Director of Study Abroad and International Programs, dominguezd@montclair.edu

All students must complete the Montclair State University study abroad application process first to receive approval.  Please click on the "Apply Now" at the top of the page to begin your application.

 

Global Education Center
Montclair State University
1 Normal Avenue Montclair, NJ 07043

Tel: 973 655-4216
Fax: 973 655-7654



Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Spring 2018 10/01/2017 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Academic Year 2018-2019 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Fall 2018 03/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Spring 2019 10/01/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA
Spring 2015 10/11/2018 ** Rolling Admission TBA TBA

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants will be immediately notified of acceptance into this program and be able to complete post-decision materials prior to the term's application deadline.