Admission – Austrian students

Study programmes at Montanuniversität begin in the winter and summer semester. However, it is best to begin in the winter semester. All students with school-leaving certificates can study at Montanuniversität.

Anyone without a school-leaving certificate may sit the equivalency test to determine if they are ready for undergraduate studies (bachelor's programmes) at university. You can take equivalency tests for engineering and mining studies at Graz University of Technology.

There is no selection process and the number of places is unlimited.

Students can only be enrolled and matriculated during the matriculation periods. (There are no exceptions to this rule!)

Please bring the following documents when registering for the first time:

You will need to bring the originals of the following documents:

  • Passport or birth certificate/proof of citizenship combined with an ID-card
  • School-leaving certificate or equivalent certificate
  • If transferring from another Austrian university, you will also need to bring: leaving certificate and student statistics form.

Admission to Montanuniversität Leoben

  1. In order to speed up the admission process, it is important to pre-register online.
  2. Once you show evidence of the above mentioned documents at the Study Support Center (Peter Tunner-Straße 23/II) you will receive registration folder and a form, which you will need to fill in in order to complete your admission.
  3. The students' union membership fee VAR_OEH_GEBUEHR_EN per semester) needs to be paid as quickly as possible. You must use your reference number for the payment to be made.
  4. Once the transaction has gone through, you can sign into your MU-Online account and sign-up for classes. For the first access to your MU-Online account, you will need the pincode given to you at registration.

Please note: This pin is only valid for 7 days!

If your pin has expired, you can get a new one from the Registrar`s Office. A manual on how to activate your MU-Online account can be found in the userguide.