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Campus Tours

Would you like get a taste of campus life? The JKU offers campus and institute tours for schools classes. School students have a unique opportunity to learn more about the university and the campus, a place usually frequented mostly by students and faculty members. We can also add a visit to the main campus library and the Juridicum library.

JKU Campus Tours

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The JKU offers tours for up to groups of 15 people (such as school classes, businesses, associations, etc.) in either German or English. The tours are an opportunity to visit buildings and institutes on campus (such as the Science Park, lecture halls, auditoriums, research facilities, the university cafeteria, etc.) that mostly visited by JKU students, faculty, and staff. Tours are available all year and are free of charge. Length: Approx. 1 hour.

We can also arrange a tour of the Life Science Park Huemerstraße 3-5) as well.

Sign up by sending an e-mail to: bernadette.weinreich(/\t)jku.at

 

Institute Visits

Studierende am Campus

111 institutes at the JKU conduct research and experiments, work, and focus on teaching! From the "Institute of International Management" to the "Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer", the university offers a variety of innovative and interesting fields of research. We can gladly organize institute visits for groups of up to 20. Institute tours are free of charge, approximately an hour long, and must be booked at least 4 weeks in advance. Some institutes unfortunately do not offer tours!

Overview of Institutes - http://www.jku.at/content/e213/e108/

 

Science Park Live

Sience Park

After a construction period of two and half years and at a cost of approximately 30 million Euros, the 143 meter long Mechatronics Building is the latest show piece at the JKU campus. In the form of a bent body and similar structure as found in bridge construction, the first of three JKU Science Park buildings is a visual masterpiece. The building is 143 meters long and has close to 20,000 m2 of gross floor space for approximately 250 employees to conduct top quality work in research and teaching.

If you would like to learn more about the Science Park, we can organize visits for groups of 15+, which also includes a presentation and tour of the building!