Let our team of experts answer any questions you may have about studying at the JKU!
There are many on and off-campus advising services available at the JKU.
Are you interested in pursuing a degree at the JKU? Are you already enrolled and have questions about your studies or need support? Then take a look at the list to see if we can help!
Studies Information and Academic Advising Services (SIBS)
The Admissions Office is the initial point-of-contact for newly enrolled students as well as students who wish to enroll, dis-enroll or re-enroll at the university. Staff at the Admissions Office can provide information about the admission requirements, educational qualifications to enroll, as well as tuition fees, etc.
Office of Examinations and Recognition Services
The Office of Examination and Recognition Services is your point of contact with regard to examinations and credit transfer. Students are supervised beginning with their first examination to the end of their studies. Among other things, staff members are available to provide information on various questions relating to their studies and credit transfer.
Ombuds Office for Students
The Ombuds Office for Students is a contact point for students who have any grievances regarding education, teaching or administrative activities (such as admission or credit transfer issues) at the JKU.
Psychological Counseling Center
Examination stress? Afraid of failing? Our team of psychologists will help you free of charge and anonymously.
Disabled / Chronically Ill Students
The JKU's indispensable student and alumni network - for more information and even more career opportunities.
Do you want to study or work but also have childcare responsibilities? Are you worried about how to do this and balance everything? Come to the JKU Childcare Center and let us help you. Learn more about our wide range of services.
FIT - Women in Engineering
FIT - the "Women in Engineering" program - helps make studies in engineering and technology attractive to young women! FIT provides support services to girls at AHS and BHS schools to learn more about science programs at the JKU as well as potential careers in engineering and sciences. Female students at the JKU can also stop by the office at any time for support and information.
Austrian Student Union (ÖH)