About Examination Courses
he majority of faculties in Austrian public universities are entrance EXAMS FREE. The most popular courses however have limited number of places to guarantee a high quality teaching. Applicants are required to register and pass an entrance examination before the application for admission could be filed with a university. In rare cases when a number of applications is lower than the number of offered places, the entrance examination does not take place. Although a degree programme could be offered by several public universities, the entrance exam takes place on the same day. The examination results are announced in 2-3 weeks after the examination.
Intensive and focused entrance exam preparation courses. We revise the materials and simulate entrance exams together.
The entrance examination courses have its goal to revise the examination and school materials, get students effectively prepared by simulating real-life examinations and review past entrance exam tests. All applicants are required to master the German language (B2 level) and have a profound knowledge of the school subjects to be eligible for the course.
Faculties: Human Medicine, Dentistry
|Course start:||3rd of April 2017|
|Course duration:||3 months|
|Language:||German (B2 level)|
|Workload:||30h per week|
|Price (EUR):||€ 4 750|
The profound and intensive preparation for the entrance examination to Austrian medical universities. The classes take place each day, 5 days per week. The last 4 weeks of the course are devoted to the entrance exam simulations. Students complete the course with an internal exam. Over 93% of course graduates were admitted to the Austrian medical universities.
The course consists of 5 subjects: Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics and cognitive training. Three subjects tutors are assigned for course. Additionally, students undergo a psychological training, as the examination lasts 8 hours.
The entrance examination takes place on is 1st Friday of July. For students from EU 95% of places are reserved and only 5% of the places are provided for international students (aprox. 50-60 places per university). The international students compete for the places among themselves.
Medical University Graz
Medical University Innsbruck
Medical University Vienna
That is an incredibly intensive crash course. Very practical and tests based. I felt so much more confident after completing it. Absolutely the right course for the medical exam.
You never know what to expect from an exam and the stakes are very high. Take no chances and do the course. It was so easy to pass the exam after it.
Faculties: Biology, Pharmaceutics
|Course start:||2nd of August 2017|
|Course duration:||1 months|
|Language:||German (B2 level)|
|Workload:||20h per week|
|Price (EUR):||€ 1 950|
Both programmes — Biology and Pharmaceutics — are academically demanding and challenging. The entrance exam requires to have a substantial educational background in Chemistry and Biology. The entrance exam requires self-discipline, motivation and commitment. If you think passing the entrance exam is difficult, the degree courses itself are twice as challenging.
The courses are heavily Biology and Chemistry based. Tutors review the school programmes in both subjects and challenge students with entrance exam simulations.
The entrance examinations take place during the first week of September. International students compete together with EU students for a place i.e. the entrance exams would require a profound preparation.
University of Life Sciences
University of Vienna
Yes, we would be happy to assist you. Please, refer to the “Visa & Residency” section.
Yes, we do. Please, bare in mind, that you need to apply in advance (at least 6 — 8 weeks) in order not to miss the courses and / or the examination.
No, you cannot. A student need an active registration i.e. fees must be paid to be able to take part at the examination.
Absolutely. In this very case we would charge you for the “University Admission” Service. Pleaser refer to our Services for details.
You need to contact the university for details.