You want to apply for a study programme in Engineering or Business at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria but still miss pre-requisites to study?
We have the perfect solution for you!
The International Foundation Programme (IFP) offers you a focused and tailored preparation for your application to study at the FH Upper Austria.
Perfect for students who…
- are looking for a preparation programme taught in English
- miss sufficient credits in Mathematics, Physics and English to be enrolled in a study programme
- wish to fresh up Mathematics, Physics and English prior to entering a study programme
- do not meet entry requirements for studying in Austria
- wish to brush up their language skills and technical terminology
- want to learn or improve German
Mode of Study
- A-Level / High School Diploma (or equivalent)*
- Good English language skills (B2)
Programme fee: EUR 3,700.-
Please note: accommodation, travel and living cost to/in Austria are not included in the programme fee.
Duration of Studies
Mid-September until end of July
Language of Instruction
After completion of the programme, you are well-prepared for commencing your studies at the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. Please note: you will not be automatically accepted but need to apply again for the programme of your choice.
Do you want to continue your studies in Upper Austria after the foundation programme but your desired bachelor programme in English is not offered at FH Upper Austria?
No worries, with a successful completion of the IFP you are also eligible to study at one of our partner universities (University of Applied Sciences Krems www.fh-krems.ac.at/en/study/bachelor/ and University of Applied Sciences St.Pölten www.fhstp.ac.at/bcc).
They offer several bachelor programmes taught 100% in English, giving you a greater variety of study fields to choose from.
For example (there are many more!), the study programme “Creative Computing” offered at FH St.Pölten or the programmes “Medical and Pharmaceutical Biotechnology” or “Informatics” at FH Krems.