Fachhochschule Salzburg

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Fachhochschule Salzburg

The Salzburg University of Applied Sciences or Fachhochschule Salzburg is located in Kuchl, Austria, just south of the city of Salzburg. Take undergraduate or graduate-level classes at a smaller university, with only 2700 students, in programs such as Forest Products Technology & Timber Construction or Smart Building. There are sufficient courses taught in English for one term of exchange and intensive language courses in German if you have an interest in staying longer! Founded in 1995, this university focuses on preparing its students for careers in the current market with its qualified staff from both educational and industry backgrounds. The university is considered a pioneer of future-oriented programs in such areas as Tourism, Business Management, or Forest Products. FH Salzburg also partners with more than 100 institutions worldwide, adding another international component to this international exchange!

 

Visit the Fachhochschule Salzburg website for more information! For information for incoming students, click here.

For information on Salzburg, visit their tourism website run by locals!

 

Resources

Application Process and Deadlines

Prospective students must apply through OSU GO and be accepted before completing the FH Salzburg application. See below for information on application deadlines.

 

 

Winter Semester

(OSU Fall/Winter Terms)     

Summer Semester

(OSU Winter/Spring Terms)

OSU Go Application Deadline

March 15      September 15

FHS Application Deadline

April 15      October 15

Welcome Days

Beginning of September     Middle of February

Semester Dates

September - February     February - July

 

Ernst Mach Grant

The Austrian Ministry of Science and Research offers the Ernst Mach Grant for students who plan to study at an Austrian University of Applied Sciences (including Fachhochschule Salzburg) for 4-10 months. With 1050 Euros a month, this grant allows students to cover most of their living costs in Austria.

Who can apply for the grant? 

Undergraduate and graduate students who...

  • have non-European citizenship
  • have been accepted as an exchange student at an Austrian University of Applied Sciences 
  • have excellent English or German language skills
  • are staying 4 to 10 months in Austria

Application Deadline: online application is available ONCE PER YEAR from October to March 1st

Website: https://oead.at/en/to-austria/grants-and-scholarships/ernst-mach-grant/

 

   

 

Contact Kerry Menn in the CoF International Programs Office with questions and to get started!

kerry.menn@oregonstate.edu