The admission test take place for all study programmes in the summer semester, from April to June. Once your application documents have been fully reviewed, you can select one of the proposed dates for your individual admission test via the application portal starting around mid-February. You will be informed by email as soon as the dates are activated for you.
Please note that for particularly late applications the number of possible admission procedure dates will be more limited.
How can I prepare for the admission test?
Download a preparation script from our website. It covers general business administration as well as programme-specific topics; in mathematics and English, prior knowledge at the level of Austrian secondary school-leaving certificate is assumed and tested. There are no additional preparation materials here.
Do I need a calculator for the entrance test?
You may use a calculator for the mathematics part of the test and make notes on a piece of paper.
When will I be notified whether I have a place on the course?
After the online admission test, we will inform you after six weeks at the latest whether we can offer you a study place or if you are on the waiting list.
I won't take my secondary school-leaving exam until autumn. Can I still apply?
You must have completed your secondary school-leaving exam before the start of your studies. Admission to career-parallel study programmes with secondary school-leaving exam dates in autumn are not possible. If you have applied for a full-time programme, you must still pass the secondary school-leaving exam in September. Applicants with an exam date in October can unfortunately not be considered.
Can I apply for two or more degree programmes?
Yes, this is possible. In addition to the general bachelor admission test – which is only taken once - there are also programme-specific test parts. However, the bachelor admission test is only taken once.
Once you know to which programme(s) you have been admitted we request that you inform us as soon as possible of your choice of degree programme.