Ideal for newly enrolled 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.
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), you can register for classes via KUSSS (Kepler University Study Support System); preparation courses are free of charge.
- These courses are not mandatory.
- Color-highlighted courses will be held in English. Grey-colored courses will be held in German only.
- Previous academic education tends to differ and preparation classes have been designed especially for newly enrolled students who wish to close gaps in some subject areas or for older students who have been out of school for a longer period of time.
- Aside from the intensive mathematics course, students cannot earn ECTS credits for taking preparation classes.
Overview of Preparation Courses
The JKU will offer the following preparation courses at the start of the 2020/2021 academic year:
Preparation course in Electrical Engineering
Preparation Courses in Mathematics
Please note that materials for the preparation course in Mathematics are next to the course description.