Starting March 16, all law courses will be offered online.
By order of the federal government, all in-person classes at Austrian universities – including the JKU Linz – have been temporarily suspended. In order to avoid any delay in studies for students, the JKU Faculty of Law will now offer all classes for approximately 7,000 students online starting March 16. The JKU’s multi-media Diploma degree program in Law makes the switch to online classes possible. The online program has enabled students to study law online via distance learning for over 20 years now, with no time and location constraints. However, for the time being, the examination procedure for tests and exams requiring on-site presence will remain suspended.