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International Evening at Wels Campus

  On Nov 29th, the fourth International Evening at Wels Campus was held. The currently twenty exchange students at the School of Engineering and Environmental Sciences represented their home universities and countries. They not only provided the Austrian students with information, but also gave them the chance to experience their home regions through culinary delights. Home-made…  Read more


Wels Campus professor completes research semester at UCLA

  Dr. Michael Rabl recently returned from a six-month research stay at  the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) with a wealth of experience, know-how and expertise. ‘This sabbatical at the institute of Professor Dr. Chih-Ming Ho enabled me to devote myself entirely to research in renewable energy’ says the Director of Studies of the degree course Innovation and Product…  Read more


New Partner Universities in Canada, Australia and the USA

  The School of Management is proud to extend its international partnership network across Northern America and Australia. Exchange between the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria and  Algoma University (Toronto), British Columbia Institute of Technology (Vancouver), Grant MacEwan University (Edmonton), Camosun College (Victoria) and Huron University College(Toronto) has…  Read more


Carolyn Mayr attends the SocNet98 coordinators’ meeting in Malaga, 19-22 October 2010

  SocNet98 is a network of European universities and universities of applied sciences that offer degree programmes in social work. Each member has been awarded the Erasmus Extended University Charter by the European Commission. Founded in Groningen, the Netherlands, in 1998, SocNet98 now consists of 18 members from 14 European countries. SocNet98 exchanges teacher and students…  Read more


INHolland is new partner university of Hagenberg

  Hagenberg students can currently choose from 57 institutions when it comes to planning a semester abroad. We are happy to announce that from now on INHolland University of Applied Sciences counts among one of our partner universities. With 34 000 students at eleven campuses in the western part of the Netherlands, INHolland consists of a consortium of four independent…  Read more


Campus Hagenberg currently hosts incomings from 12 countries

  This semester Hagenberg campus welcomes more than 20 international students from 12 countries around the world. Our incomings come from Germany, Poland, Spain, Turkey, US, Egypt, Bulgaria, Rumania, Columbia, India, Greece and Iran. The majority of our international students take classes in Mobile Computing, Software Engineering, Secure Information Systems and Media and…  Read more


Dr. Chukuka Enwemeka, Dean of the College of Health Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee visits FH OÖ, Linz Campus

  The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM)  and the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria  (UAUAS) have been partners for several years. In addition to regular exchanges of students and a teacher from Hagenberg with the School of Information Studies at UWM, Linz has hosted a two-week summer programme for students and professors from the Helen Bader School of Social…  Read more


Hagenberg has a new partner university in Belgium

  KaHo Sint Lieven in Belgium is an associate of KU Leuven and offers among others bachelors in biotechnology and ICT at the technology campus in Gent. Close collaboration between our Vice-Dean for Internationalisation and Research, Prof. Schaumüller, and Prof. Vincent Naessens from Sint Lieven in the field of secure information systems have resulted in this new bilateral…  Read more


Talks on further collaboration with Savonia University, Finland

  Prof. Arto Tipponen from Savonia University of Applied Sciences and Prof. Werner Kurschl from the Hagenberg degree programme Software Engineering met in Vienna last week and discussed how to further intensify colloaboration between their two universities. Prof. Kurschl plans to be a guest professor at the School of Engineering and Technology in Kuopio next semester.…  Read more


Delegates from Turkish university on IT campus Hagenberg

  Prof. Burcu Bakır Güngör and Prof. Cagri Gungor from Bahcesehir University in Istanbul visited the School of Informatics, Communications & Media in Hagenberg for talks about a bilateral agreement.  The two academics, who took their degrees at the Georgia Institute of Technology and focus on bioinformatics and wireless networks in their teaching and research, met with professors…  Read more

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