MOREclassic.

Support services for refugee students enrolled in a university preparation program.

The MOREclassic program is for refugees who have been admitted to a degree program at the JKU but must take and pass required supplementary examinations (German, Mathematics, History) as part of a university preparation program.

Taking part in the MOREclassic program means:

  • Receiving a scholarship to pay for tuition fees
  • Reducing the course fees in the university preparation program by 5% (asylum-seekers, those with subsidiary protection status) and or 15% (those with asylum status)
  • Travel allowance
  • Regularly scheduled information meetings and get-togethers to meet people and exchange information

The application period for the academic year 2021/2022 begins in June 2020.

Contact Person

Gala Dojcinovic, BA

E-Mail

more@jku.at

Phone

+43 732 2468 3053

Location

Aubrunnerweg 9, 1st floor

Consultation Hours

By arrangement

Who is eligible to apply for the MORE classic program?

  • ​​​​​​You are seeking asylum and hold a residence permit card in accordance with § 51 AsylG, entitled to asylum, subsidiary protection in accordance with § 52 AsylG or tolerated according to § 46a FPG and
  • you are already enrolled at the JKU or hold a valid letter of admission and would like to start studying and
  • you have been asked to pass one or more supplementary examinations as part of a pre-study program

If all of this and more applies to you, then you are eligible to apply to the MOREclassic program.


How can I apply to the MOREclassic program?
 

Applications for the 2021/2022 academic year will be accepted beginning July 1, 2021.

To apply, fill out the application form below and send it to: more@jku.at along with the other required documents.

In order to submit a more successful application, please complete and sign the application form and include a letter of intent stating why you wish to take part in the MOREclassic program.
If you are selected for an interview, you will receive detailed information about the procedure.


What documents are required?
 

  • A valid letter of admission issued by the JKU or confirmation of enrollment
  • A completed and signed application form
  • A letter of intent
  • A copy of your KeplerCard (if available)
  • Your most recently acquired language proficiency certificate for German
  • A copy of your residence card / passport

Supplementary Examinations and Preparation Courses at the JKU

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