Montanuniversität Leoben is characterized by a lively exchange between students and teaching staff. This close connection and the support on offer enable students to quickly overcome the challenges of everyday study life. For us, community and cooperation is not just a promise, but part of our university culture.
Trying out studying
This program is only available in German.
Take advantage of this unique opportunity to get a taste of courses in your chosen degree program. The project, in cooperation with the Austrian National Union of Students (ÖH), allows you to get a taste of campus life, take part in lectures and clarify all your questions in a counseling session.
You can find all further information here (only in German).
Montanuniversität Leoben organizes the "MINT @ Leoben" event in late summer before the official start of the semester to optimally prepare you for your studies. Within a week, you will learn the basics in subjects such as mathematics, chemistry, physics, mechanics and information technology.
Either on site or online, from the comfort of your own home.
Here you will receive free support in the subjects of mathematics, IT, chemistry, physics and mechanics directly from experienced higher-semester students, our peer tutors.
In small groups, you can not only learn effectively, but also prepare yourself optimally for exams.
Registration and any contact via: peerteaching(at)unileoben.ac.at
In the ÖH Leben tutoring project at Montanuniversität, experienced students look after first-year students, also known as 'Schwammerl'.
In addition to valuable study tips, the tutors promote a pleasant university experience, offer city tours, games evenings and university parties to strengthen the community.
Registration for participation via tutor(at)oeh.unileoben.ac.at.
Online self-study course MOOC
Mechanics MOOC: Basic concepts of mechanics for technical applications
Are you interested in technical and scientific issues? Then a degree in engineering is just right for you.
The online self-study course "Basic concepts of mechanics for technical applications" will give you an insight into the technical terms used in mechanics. Mechanics is a fundamental pillar of engineering degree courses.
This course is aimed at prospective graduates of general or vocational schools who are still in the process of deciding on a course of study. Using an illustrative example from the field of engineering, participants will gain an initial insight into the specialist terminology and practice of this exciting subject. So that you are optimally prepared for an upcoming engineering degree course.