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Preparation Courses for New Students.

Preparation Courses for New Students in Engineering and Natural Sciences, Business Informatics and Statistics

Preparation courses provide a condensed review of material taught at higher levels schools in order to prepare students for initial university-level lectures.
New students without previous knowledge in programming will learn basic programming in order to successfully take part in university-level courses.

Preparation Courses

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Günter Sageder

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These courses are optional. Prior academic knowledge tends to differ and preparatory classes are designed particularly for newly enrolled students who wish to close gaps in some subject areas or for older students who have been out of school longer. Aside from the intensive mathematics course, students cannot earn ECTS credits for taking preparation classes.
Those who sign up for preparatory classes must be officially enrolled at the JKU. After being admitted to your major (and for any major requiring you to take the preparation courses), register for classes via KUSSS (Kepler University Study Support System). Preparation courses are free of charge.

The JKU will offer the following preparation courses at the beginning of the 2019/2020 academic year:

  • Mathematics
  • Intensive Course in Mathematics
  • Basic Concepts in Physics for Electrical Engineering and Mechanics
  • Physics Introduction Week
  • Practical Programming

Materials from the prep course in Mathematics can be found by the course description.

Course Title

Major

Course Instructor

Dates

Location

Mathematics

New students in Mechatronics, Electronics and Information Technology and Polymer Engineering. Newly enrolled students in other majors at the Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences may also take part Christiane Takacs
369.000

09.09. to 13.09.2019: 08:30-13:30

BA 9910
Mathematics New students in Business Informatics Wolfgang Windsteiger
326.999
16.09. to 19.09.2019:  08:30-15:15
20.09.2019: 08:30-11:45
MT 226
Mathematics New students in Technical Mathematics, Technical Physics and Teacher Education Studies in Mathematics, Physics. Newly enrolled students in other majors at the Faculty of Engineering & Natural Sciences and Statistics may also take part Ewald Lindner
327.027
16.09. to 20.09.2019: 10:00-16:00 MT 127
Mathematics for Teacher Education Studies New students (JKU, PH OÖ or PHDL) enrolled in Teacher Education in Mathematics Paul Schranz 16.09. to 18.09.2019: 14:00-19:00
23.09. to 24.09.2019: 14:00-19:00
PH OÖ

Fundamentals in Physics for Electrical Engineering/Mechanics

New students in Mechatronics, Electronics and Information Technology and Polymer Engineering Christian Diskus
Alexander Humer
331.700
16.09. to 19.09.2019: 08:30-15:15
20.09.2019: 08:30-11:45
HS 12

Electrical Engineering Practical Training

Third-semester students in Mechatronics, Electronics and Information Technology Bernhard Jakoby
331.013
18.09. to 20.09.2019: 13:30-16:15 MT 357

Practical Programming
(4 Courses)

New students in majors in the field of engineering-natural sciences without previous knowledge in programming; primarily for students in Bioinformatics, Computer Science, Electronics and Information Technology, Mechatronics, Polymer Engineering (beg. 5th semester) and Teacher Education Studies in Computer Science and Computer Science Management as well as new students in Business Informatics and Statistics

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17.09.2019: 17:15-18:45

HS 18
Klaus Brandner
259.047
23.09. to 26.09.2019: 08:30-16:00
27.09.2019: 08:30-13:00
S2 Z74
Stefan Pühringer
259.007
23.09. to 26.09.2019: 08:30-16:00
27.09.2019: 08:30-13:00
S3 057
Cornelia Neumüller
259.014
23.09. to 25.09.2019: 08:30–16:00
26.09.2019: 08:30-15:30
27.09.2019: 08:30-13:00
S2 053
Benjamin Mayer
259.011
20.9.:13:00-20:00, 21.9.:8:30-15:15
26.9.:15:30-20:00, 27.9.:13:00-20.00
28.9.2019: 8:30 -15:15
BA 9912

Physics Introduction Week

New Students in Technical Physics and Teacher Education in Physics

Faculty members from the Physics Dept.
322.900
23.09. to 27.09.2019  

Mathematics Intensive Course

First Semester Students in Mechatronics, Electronics & Information Technology and Polymer Engineering Alexander Humer
Markus Schörgenhumer
359.100
October - December 2019 HS 7