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You want to study at the BOKU?

Well, here are some useful information!

You want to study at the BOKU but you are not yet sure which study program?

You already know what you want to study but you want to have a closer look on BOKU?

 You just have discovered our university recently?

 

Additionally to your student representatives of the ÖH BOKU (Austrian student representation body) who will help you answer all your upcoming questions, there are:

At the introductory consultation you can ask students of all study fields at BOKU everything about studying here. It offers advice on all undergraduate studies, on the start of the studies, on the StEOP, on the timetable, on questions of study law, on questions concerning foreign students, grants, scholarships, ....

The individual introductory consultation will take place online and in presence for the winter semester 2022/2023 on "Gather Town" and at BOKU. From June 21st 2022 until September 5th 2022 you can find out more about the fields of study and receive information from the different departments. You can find more information on the BOKU homepage.

ATTENTION: This year there are no admission procedures for the Bachelor of Food and Biotechnology and the Bachelor Environmental and Bio-Resources Management

When?

Appointments can be made every:

  • Tuesday (presence) 9am-12pm
  • Wednesday (presence) 1pm-4pm
  • Thursday (presence) 9am-12pm and (online) 6pm-8pm

Where?

Online: via Gathter Town

Presence: Gregor Mendel Haus 2nd floor
Gregor-Mendel-Straße 33, 1180 Vienna

The next Info Day at BOKU will be in Spring 2023

On this day, you will have the opportunity to be directly advised by student representatives on the individual courses of study, to get insights into practice labs, to observe researchers at work, to get to know the university grounds and much more ...


You can find more information about the Open Day at the University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences here.

Every year the BeSt is held in Vienna and other Austrian cities. Students from different fields of study advise you and answer all your questions about studies you might be interested in.

BOKU is usually represented at the BeSt in Vienna. If you visit the BeSt in another city, you can check the list of exhibitors to see if BOKU is also represented.

You can find the dates of the BeSt fairs in the fair calendar.

The initiative “Studieren Probieren” offers you the unique opportunity to attend a introducing lecture in your favourite study program. You will attend a lecture accompanied by a student (sometimes even the laboratories are being visited) and afterwards you will have the chance to ask as many questions as you want.