Master's Degree in Teacher Education Studies
Secondary Level (General Education)

You have a Bachelor's degree in education in your back pocket? Earn a Master's degree and make your dream of becoming an educator come true.

The Master's degree program in Teacher Education Studies, Secondary Level (General Education) is offered in cooperation between Upper Austria and Salzburg. The program allows you to combine two subject areas covered during your Bachelor's degree or one subject area and the specialization "Inklusive Pädagogik" from your Bachelor's program.

The Master's degree qualifies you to teach at the following schools:

  • General secondary schools (AHS),
  • Vocational secondary or higher schools (i.e. HAK, HAS, HLW, HTL) 
  • (New) middle schools (NMS)
  • Polytechnic schools (PTS) 
  • Special education schools

Master's Degree Teacher Education Studies
Secondary Level (General Education)


Master of Education (MEd)


4 Semesters


120 Punkte


German (Level C1)


Upper Austria and Salzburg (Cluster Mitte)



You want to become an educator? Detailed information about becoming an educator
in Upper Austria and Salzburg (Cluster Mitte)
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Subject Area Combinations for Students in Upper Austria

The Master's degree program in Teacher Education Studies, Secondary Level (General Education) requires combining two subject areas from the Bachelor's degree program in Teacher Education Studies, Secondary Level (General Education).


Admission to Studies

The new "LiLes" Service Center

The LiLeS (Linz Secondary School Teacher Training) Service Center is located on the main square in Linz. Your point of contact to

  • register to enroll in a degree program
  • learn more about the admissions procedure
  • be admitted to studies
  • learn more about the courses

The LiLeS is responsible for these tasks on behalf of the JKU (as well as all Linz educational institutions in the Central Cluster), and admits students to the program in Linz.

Admission Requirements

Students interested in the program must fulfull the following admission requirements in order to enroll in the Master's degree program in Teacher Education Studies, Secondary Level (General Education):

  • Successful completion of a Bachelor's degree in Teacher Education Studies, Secondary Level (General Education) as part of the "Cluster Mitte" development association
  • or a comparable degree earned at a recognized post-secondary educational institution in Austria or abroad.
    Submit an application of admission at the JKU Admissions Office. Register for the program (admission to studies) at the LiLeS Service Center.
  • If you completed your Bachelor's degree as part of a different development network than "Cluster Mitte", you will be asked to prove your artistic aptitude (Module C) by passing a current admissions examination. This applies to teaching the following subjects:
    • Art education
    • Instrumental music education
    • Design: Technology, textiles, media design, music education as well as discontinuing subject areas: textile design and design - UF Technisches Werken.
  • If the program language is not your first language, you must also submit proof of language proficiency in German, Level C1.

Still have questions?

Then contact us!

LiLeS Service Center


Hauptplatz 6
4020 Linz


+43 732 7898 3506


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After completing your graduate degree, you can continue your education by pursuing an advanced degree:


Still Have Questions?

Do you need help registering or do you have questions about the program? Contact the JKU's Office of Student Information and Academic Advising (SIBS)!

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