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University Enrollment Eligibility Examination for Engineering & Natural Sciences.
 

Those who wish to pursue a Bachelor's degree at the Faculty of Engineering & Social Sciences at the JKU can take the corresponding University Enrollment Eligibility Examination at the JKU. The majors are divided according to degrees in engineering or natural sciences.

 

Majors in Natural Sciences:

  • Bioinformatics (admission only until Summer Semester 2020)
  • Biological Chemistry

Majors in Engineering:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Fundamentals of Natural Sciences for Technology (NaSciTech)
  • Computer Science
  • Electronics and Information Technology
  • Polymer Engineering
  • Mechatronics
  • Chemistry and Chemical Technology
  • Technical Mathematics
  • Technical Physics

See below to view a list of the mandatory and elective subjects that must be taken.

Degrees in Natural Sciences

Mandatory Subjects

• Essay on a General Topic (written)
• Mathematics 3 (written and oral)
• English 2 (written and oral)
• Physics 2 (written and oral) or Chemistry

Electives

Select one elective from the following subjects:

• Introduction to Applied Computer Sciences
• Chemistry 1 (oral) or Physics
 

Material

Mandatory Subjects

Essay on General Topic
Students may choose from three given topics. All topics require demonstrating an understanding and knowledge of fundamental history about the Republic of Austria, the current Austrian structures, and Austria's current position in the world. Students will be given four hours to complete each topic.
 
English 2
Ability to express one's self in English both orally and in written form and correctly use basic grammar; ability to understand English at a normal level of speed and engage intelligibly in conversation of general content; ability to translate simple texts to German; ability to read and summarize short texts; ability to write about general topics in a narrative and descriptive manner.
 

Mathematics 1
Number sets; equations and inequalities; linear equations and inequality systems; vectors; matrices; determinants; elementary functions; basic concepts of differential calculus and integral calculus; introduction to probability and statistics. introduction to trigonometry

Mathematics 2

Sets of numbers; equations and inequalities; elementary functions; linear algebra (vectors, in particular) and geometry; trigonometry and trigonometric functions; sequences and series; basic concepts of differential calculus and integral calculus.

Mathematics 3
Mathematics 1, 2 as well as:
Complex numbers; algebraic structures; expansion and exactification in calculus; introduction to probability and statistics.

Physics 1
Working methods, issues and problems in the field of physics; basic quantities - derived quantities; lengths and time measurement.
Mechanics: inertial systems; model of the material point; basic quantities and basic law of mechanics; simple machines.
Vibrations and waves: harmonic vibration; harmonic wave; superposition of waves; acoustics.
Thermodynamics: temperature; internal energy; work and heat; principles of thermodynamics; gas laws; equation of state; heat engines; hydromechanics and aeromechanics; meteorology.
Electricity: electrostatics; charge - potential; current - voltage - resistance; Ohm's law; Kirchhoff's laws; performance and work; electrical fields; magnetic fields; AC; electrical machines; measuring devices; electrical lines; semiconductors.
Fundamentals of atomic physics, nuclear physics and radioactivity.
Optics: geometric optics; wave pptics; dualism particles - wave; optical devices; physiological optics.


Physics 2
Physics 1 as well as:

Development and structure of solids; atomic and nuclear physics; radioactivity; quantum mechanics; astrophysics; basic features of general and special relativity theory; worldview of physics - physics in the 20th century and current contemporary issues.

Chemistry 1
General chemistry: building blocks of matter (structure of atoms and molecules, types of chemical bonding, radioactivity); Meaning of the periodic table; the three classical states of matter; Avogadro's law; molar volume; Avogadro (Loschmidt) constant; general gas equation; chemical reactions (equations, stoichiometry, law of mass action, Le Chatelier-Braun principle); reaction rate and catalysis; solutions; dissociation and association; Acids, bases and salts; PH value; Hydrolysis, electrolysis.
Inorganic Chemistry: Hydrogen, oxygen, halogens; other important non-metallic elements and metals; compounds of these elements.
Organic Chemistry: special position of carbon; chain and annular connections; isomerism; Hydrocarbons and their derivatives (functional groups); aromatic compounds; oil; polymers(polymerization, polycondensation, polyaddition).


Chemistry 2
Chemistry 1 as well as:
General chemistry: energy conversion in chemical reactions, dimensional analysis, ion reactions, corrosion.
Inorganic Chemistry: Noble gases, sulfur, phosphorus, silicon, metals and their compounds.
Organic chemistry: nomenclature, heterocycles, optical activity, detergents, reaction types.
Introduction to Biochemistry: carbohydrates; fats; Amino acids, proteins (colloids).

Wahlfach

Als Wahlfach für die Studienberechtigungsprüfung für die Studienrichtungsgruppen an der Technisch-Naturwissenschaftlichen Fakultät wird das Wahlfach „Einführung in die Angewandte Informatik“ angeboten.
Das Skriptum kann bei Frau Brezina unter der Tel.Nr. 0732/2468-6630, angefordert werden. Ein Vorbereitungskurs für dieses Fach wird nicht angeboten.
Prüfer des Wahlfaches: A.Univ.-Prof. Dr. Wolfram WÖSS

Forms and Announcements

Engineering Degrees

Mandatory Subjects

Electives

Select one elective from the following subjects:

• Introduction to Applied Computer Sciences
• Chemistry 1 (oral)
• Chemistry 2 (oral)

Material

Mandatory Subjects:

Essay on General Topic
Students may choose from three given topics. All topics require demonstrating an understanding and knowledge of fundamental history about the Republic of Austria, the current Austrian structures, and Austria's current position in the world. Students will be given four hours to complete each topic.
 
English 2
Ability to express one's self in English both orally and in written form and correctly use basic grammar; ability to understand English at a normal level of speed and engage intelligibly in conversation of general content; ability to translate simple texts to German; ability to read and summarize short texts; ability to write about general topics in a narrative and descriptive manner.

Mathematics 1
Number sets; equations and inequalities; linear equations and inequality systems; vectors; matrices; determinants; elementary functions; basic concepts of differential calculus and integral calculus; introduction to probability and statistics. introduction to trigonometry

Mathematics 2

Sets of numbers; equations and inequalities; elementary functions; linear algebra (vectors, in particular) and geometry; trigonometry and trigonometric functions; sequences and series; basic concepts of differential calculus and integral calculus.

Mathematics 3
Mathematics 1, 2 as well as:
Complex numbers; algebraic structures; expansion and exactification in calculus; introduction to probability and statistics.

Physics 1
Working methods, issues and problems in the field of physics; basic quantities - derived quantities; lengths and time measurement.
Mechanics: inertial systems; model of the material point; basic quantities and basic law of mechanics; simple machines.
Vibrations and waves: harmonic vibration; harmonic wave; superposition of waves; acoustics.
Thermodynamics: temperature; internal energy; work and heat; principles of thermodynamics; gas laws; equation of state; heat engines; hydromechanics and aeromechanics; meteorology.
Electricity: electrostatics; charge - potential; current - voltage - resistance; Ohm's law; Kirchhoff's laws; performance and work; electrical fields; magnetic fields; AC; electrical machines; measuring devices; electrical lines; semiconductors.
Fundamentals of atomic physics, nuclear physics and radioactivity.
Optics: geometric optics; wave pptics; dualism particles - wave; optical devices; physiological optics.


Physics 2
Physics 1 as well as:

Development and structure of solids; atomic and nuclear physics; radioactivity; quantum mechanics; astrophysics; basic features of general and special relativity theory; worldview of physics - physics in the 20th century and current contemporary issues.

Chemistry 1
General chemistry: building blocks of matter (structure of atoms and molecules, types of chemical bonding, radioactivity); Meaning of the periodic table; the three classical states of matter; Avogadro's law; molar volume; Avogadro (Loschmidt) constant; general gas equation; chemical reactions (equations, stoichiometry, law of mass action, Le Chatelier-Braun principle); reaction rate and catalysis; solutions; dissociation and association; Acids, bases and salts; PH value; Hydrolysis, electrolysis.
Inorganic Chemistry: Hydrogen, oxygen, halogens; other important non-metallic elements and metals; compounds of these elements.
Organic Chemistry: special position of carbon; chain and annular connections; isomerism; Hydrocarbons and their derivatives (functional groups); aromatic compounds; oil; polymers(polymerization, polycondensation, polyaddition).


Chemistry 2
Chemistry 1 as well as:
General chemistry: energy conversion in chemical reactions, dimensional analysis, ion reactions, corrosion.
Inorganic Chemistry: Noble gases, sulfur, phosphorus, silicon, metals and their compounds.
Organic chemistry: nomenclature, heterocycles, optical activity, detergents, reaction types.
Introduction to Biochemistry: carbohydrates; fats; Amino acids, proteins (colloids).


Elective:

The requirements will be determined together with the examiner.

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