University of Klagenfurt Technology Masters Scholarship
In cooperation with the Carinthian Chamber of Commerce and Federation of Austrian Industries, scholarship holders will be supported in finding a paid internship in the first year of their Master’s degree programme. Scholarship holders shall be enabled to finance the second year of their Master’s degree programme with a paid internship, which is also part of the curriculum.
The positive development of the regional labour market in the ICT sector has resulted in an increasing demand for skilled professionals.
The University of Klagenfurt is responding to this demand by training highly qualified specialists in the ICT sector and awarding the University of Klagenfurt Technology Scholarships, which aim at:
increasing the number of highly qualified ICT professionals,
enhancing diversity in the Federal State of Carinthia and at the University of Klagenfurt,
increasing the number of international students at the University of Klagenfurt, and
promoting the University of Klagenfurt’s internationalization efforts.
Based on an agreement with the University of Klagenfurt the Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research – OeAD has published the call for applications, will accompany the selection process, award the scholarships and offer its services to the selected scholarship holders before and during their stay in Austria.
have completed a Bachelor’s degree relevant for one the Master’s degree programmes listed below in one of the following countries/regions: Albania; Algeria; Belarus; Bosnia and Herzegovina; Bulgaria; Croatia; Democratic Republic of Congo; Egypt; Estonia; Greece; Israel; Jordan; Kosovo; Latvia; Lebanon; Libya; Lithuania; Montenegro; Morocco; North Macedonia; Palestinian territories; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Russian Federation; Serbia; Slovenia; Syria; Tunisia; Turkey; Ukraine; United States of America; Uzbekistan
can prove very good English language skills (B2 or C1, depending on the desired study programme – Common European Framework of Reference for Languages – CEFR),
are not resident in Austria at the time of application, and
want to pursue one of the following Master’s degree programmes at the University of Klagenfurt:
Master in Mathematics
Master in Game Studies and Engineering
Master in Informatics
Master in Information Management
Master in Information and Communications Engineering (ICE):
Branch of Study Autonomous Systems and Robotics
Branch of Study Networks and Communications
Branch of Study Business Engineering
Area of study:
Computer Science and Business Information Systems
Electrical Engineering and Information Engineering
Monthly scholarship for the duration of max. 12 months: EUR 650*
One-time lump sum for travel costs between EUR 25 and EUR 600
Scholarship holders will be exempted from paying tuition fees for the Master’s degree programme at the University of Klagenfurt.
Scholarship holders will be provided assistance when booking accommodation and applying for student health insurance in Austria
Authority awarding the scholarship: OeAD-GmbH with financial support provided by the University of Klagenfurt.
Given a sufficient number of applications, 50% of available scholarships will be awarded to female applicants.
APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCEDURE
The following documents have to be uploaded with the online application:
Completed application form for admission to one of the Master´s degree programmes listed above
For applicants from non-EU countries/regions: Proof of admission to their selected programme of study at a state or state-recognised university in their home country/regions – “eligibility letter”* (does not apply to Master’s degree in Game Studies and Engineering)
Bachelor Certificate** and Transcript of Records of Bachelor’s degree programme
Complete Bachelor Thesis (copy of original)
Abstract of Bachelor Thesis in German or English
Proof of English skills***: Level B2 or C1, depending on the desired study programme (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages, CEFR) – C1 level is required for the Master’s degree in Game Studies and Engineering
Scan of passport (data page with name and photo)
Two letters of recommendation by university lecturers from the university at which the Bachelor’s degree is being pursued/was earned (stamped by faculty/department).