When you create an account, you are registering at the JKU for the first time. This account allows you to complete steps as outlined in the registration process. If you already have an account, proceed directly to Step 2 "Selecting a Degree Program".,
Log in using your account information and then select the degree program of your choice.
In addition, during this step we require:
Register and pay the required administrative fee before the deadline:
|Winter Semester 2022||March 1, 2022||March 31, 2022|
Once you have entered your details, you will receive a confirmation email. If you do not receive confirmation, please check your spam folder or send an inquiry e-mail to: email@example.com.
Once you are registered and have paid the administrative fee, you will also be registered for "Step 3 - Admissions Procedure".
There are 310 spots available in the Bachelor's degree program in Human Medicine (at the JKU in cooperation with MedUni in Graz) for the 2022/2023 academic year. Spots in the program will be allocated according to admission test results, taking the legal regulation requirements into account.
120 students will start their studies at MedUni in Graz and 190 students will start at the JKU Linz. Student allocation during the first four semesters of the program is carried out according to the following policy:
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Then contact us or take a look at the regulations regarding admission restrictions to the Bachelor's degree program in Human Medicine
Allocation is carried out automatically, taking the following into account
If students cannot be clearly allocated based on the above criteria, the decision will be made randomly.
You will receive an e-mail containing information about the status of your application and an invitation to the information session by May 16, 2022 at the latest. All prospective students are invited.
A recording of the information session about the 2022 MedAT admissions procedure is available online at: https://youtu.be/R3amtXetnas, opens an external URL in a new window
April 27, 2022, at 4:00 PM
Johannes Kepler University Linz
Altenberger Straße 69
On the test day, certain Covid-19 safety protocols must be observed. You will receive a test invitation per e-mail containing information about the safety protocols!
|7.15 AM||Test registration on-site begins|
|9.00 AM||Testing begins|
Approx. 12.00 - 1.00 PM
|Approx. 5.00 PM||Testing ends|
July 8, 2022
(7.15 AM - 5.00 PM)
The entrance test covers the following:
You can prepare for the entrance test online. Access the Virtual Medical Campus (VMC) at the MedUni Graz:
You will receive information about your examinations results and notification as to a spot in the program by August 8 ( the beginning of calendar week 32) to August 16, 2022 at the latest. If you are eligible for admission to the medical degree program, the e-mail will contain information about the next steps to enroll.
No. The problems have been designed in a way that they can be solved without the use of any aids. You are not allowed to use your own paper or pens. You can make notes, calculations, etc. in the examination booklet and on test day, the JKU will provide you with a ballpoint pen.
No. The MedAT test takes place at all Austrian universities on the same date for everyone. There is only one test date per year.
No. If you have signed up for the admissions procedure in Linz, you are taking the test to qualify for a spot in the medical degree program offered by the JKU Linz.
No. The MedAT admission procedure to study medicine takes place at the same time at all medical universities throughout Austria.
Yes, you can take part once a year. Your test results only apply to the particular year you signed up for the admissions procedure and do not influence any subsequent admissions procedures.
No. If you are selected for a spot in the medical degree program at the university, you must submit proof of having successfully passed the Matura or Abitur by the end of the admissions period in September. Otherwise, you forfeit your spot in the program.
No. Your school grades do not influence your admission to the program; you will be admitted based only on your MedAT test score.
No, but you will have to take an additional Latin exam at the JKU Linz or at the MedUni in Graz. However, the JKU Linz and MedUni in Graz offer courses to help you prepare for the Latin exam.
No. The spots in the program are allocated during the admissions procedure to begin studies at the start of the Winter Semestger only.
Yes. If you want to study medcine at the JKU Linz, you are required to take part in the admissions procedure.
There are exceptions providing one or more of following applies:
If you have any additional questions, please send us an e-mail.
Yes, but before that, you have to take part in the admissions procedure and get a spot in the program. Once you have been admitted to the program as a degree-seeking student student, you can submit an application for credit transfer to the JKU's Office Examinations and Recognition Services. Please note: you can only earn credit for post-secondary examinations that are included in the curriculum for human medicine.
Once you have passed the entrance examination (Step 3) and have received a spot in the program, you must apply for admission. Log in to your applicant account at JKU MyAdmission, opens an external URL in a new window and submit an application online for admission to the Bachelor's degree program in Human Medicine before the deadline:
|Start of Studies||Start||End|
|Winter Semester 2022/2023||beg. August 16, 2022||to September 5, 2022|
Please note! Once the deadline as stated above has passed, students may no longer be admitted to the program.
Upload the following documetns with your application:
The upload link will be sent by e-mail.
Please bring the original document to the corresponding course.
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Organize your studies!
What is the ideal sequence of courses? Can you swap your spot in the program? Click here for an overview of answers to these questions and more.