Degree programmes with entrance exam procedure at the University of Vienna


Entrance exam procedures at the University of Vienna are carried out for bachelor, master and PHD programmes.

By clicking on a bachelor/diploma degree programme, you will get information about the entrance exam procedure. Please also read all information about the admission procedure and the required German knowledge carefully, especially if you don't know German yet.

Academic year 2018/19

The following bachelor degree programmes already had an entrance examination for the academic year 2019/20: 

(International) Business Administration, Economics, Biology, Pharmacy, Nutritional Science, Computer Science, Business Informatics, Mass Media and Communication Science, Psychology Teacher Education Programme

The admission for the summer semester 2019 is only possible if you successfully participated in the entrance examination in 2018 and fulfil the requirements for admission to a bachelor programme at the University of Vienna.

Bachelor/diploma degree programmes with an entrance exam procedure 2019/20



Save the date: Entrance exams for bachelor and diploma programmes

Please note the dates for the entrance exams of the following bachelor and diploma programmes for the academic year 2019/20.


Changes in the German requirements for the application

From summer semester 2019 onwards, applicants will have to include a proof of German knowledge at level A2 in their applications for degree programmes...


New entrance examinations from the academic year 2019/20 onwards

Following the performance agreements with the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research, it has become clear that further entrance...

Master and PhD programmes with special entrance requirements

PhD programmes

  • Logistics and Operations Management
  • Management
  • Statistics and Operations Research
  • Economics
  • Finance

Information about the entrance examination and the admission

Master programmes with Joint Curricula

Information about master programmes with Joint Curricula and the admission procedure.