Science – Passion – Technology: This is the guiding principle for research and teaching in all technological and scientific disciplines at TU Graz. Our internationally recognized scientific strengths are covered by five fields of expertise: Advanced Materials Science, Human & Biotechnology, Sustainable Systems, Mobility & Production, and Information, Communication & Computing. We are dedicated to working closely with well-known scientific institutions and businesses in Austria and abroad. Our university is the longest-established university of technology in Austria. Here, successful teams of students, talented up-and-coming scientists, ambitious researchers and a lively start-up scene enjoy an inspirational environment as well as access to top-quality equipment. And all this in one of the most innovative and livable regions in Europe.
TU Graz students can choose from a wide range of attractive science and technology bachelor and master degree courses, many of which are taught in English. Close contacts with industry leaders, state-of-the-art digital teaching and learning technologies as well as with superb research infrastructure provide the perfect opportunity for students with related interests to realize their full potential. See for yourself.See All 14 Photos
Main CampusGraz, Austria5,000 - 20,000 on Campus250,000+ residents in GrazLanguage(s) spoken on campus: German
Graz, previously named European Cultural Capital, is situated in the southeast of Austria at the focal point of southeast Europe. The city is well situated for travel. The Old Town is among the best preserved in Europe and was added to UNESCO's list of World Cultural Heritage sites in 1999. The city hosts numerous festivals, and the unique architecture representing styles ranging from the Middle Ages to the twenty-first century offers a fascinating mix of tradition and modernism.
Graz, as a vibrant community with almost 60,000 students, provides numerous opportunities for free time activities. As an ISEP student you can sign up for a student buddy, who will introduce you to the Austrian way of life. The student union organizes regulars' tables where you can meet other exchange as well as local students, and trips all around Styria (e.g. Styrian vineyards, spa, hiking, skiing) and Austria (e.g. Vienna). The Sports Institute of Graz offers inexpensive courses for students. There are also numerous opportunities to enjoy cabaret entertainment, theatre and the opera, as well as concerts in Graz. During the summer months many students like to gather in the city’s biggest park (Stadtpark) to study, play sports or music, or simply hang out.