Modern laboratories and industrial workshops, a floating café, a 60-meter tall viewing platform, a brand new Learning Center, beach volleyball courts, a soccer field, and much more. The JKU campus is a space to learn and experience new things, relax, and party. Discover the university during a campus tour - either on-site or online!
We would be more than happy to welcome you personally to campus! Just send us an e-mail telling us when you would like to come and how large your group is. In regard to your visit, please note our current safety protocols and mandates in regard to Covid-19.
You can also explore the JKU campus from the comfort of your classroom or your own home! You will need Zoom for an online campus tour - click here to learn more about Zoom's data privacy policies, opens an external URL in a new window.
Regardless of on-site or online, you can get to know Austria's most beautiful campus more up close and personal! We have something for everyone, whether you are interested in pursuing an academic degree at the JKU or you are interested in spending some free time on campus!
Book an on-site campus tour:
Book a virtual tour of the JKU campus:
No. You just need a laptop, computer, or a mobile phone with an internet connection. If you are using a smartphone, we recommend downloading the Zoom app at the App Store.
During the tour, you can ask questions in the Q&A section which is located at the bottom of the screen. Questions will be answered at the end of the tour.
No. The guide(s) will not be able to see or hear you as the camera and sound will be deactivated for participants. They can only read the name you have chosen to enter.
Naturally it would be ideal to be there on time so that you do not miss any important information. However, you can join the presentation at any time and leave at any time.
You find yourself at the JKU campus and want to learn more about individual buildings and facilities?
Use your smartphone to scan the respective QR code located on or in front of the different buildings/areas on campus and learn more about the university buildings, facilities, nature, and our contribution to sustainability. Start when and where you want to!