Staff members can be reached by e-mail and by telephone. You are also welcome to meet us in the office during working hours.  For specific concerns, we recommend you make an appointment in advnace with the appropriate person on our team.

We invite you to meet us virtually:

Use the online consultation hour of the International Relations Office every Tuesday and Thursday from 10am to 11am! (does NOT take place on public holidays!)
Participation in the ONLINE consultation via Microsoft TEAMS under this LINK

A special CIVIS Consultation hour with Egzona Krasniqi for students interested in CIVIS is held Thursdays from 10am to 11am. (NOT on public holidays!)
Participation via Microsoft TEAMS:  CIVIS Consultation Hour 


Support for students with physical, mental or health impairments:


Studying in Salzburg

Dear Students,
We are very pleased that you are interested in studying with us at the University of Salzburg!
Our University is the largest higher education institution in the federal state of Salzburg, with almost 2,800 employees and around 18,000 students. We have over 50% of academic staff and approximately 38% of our students come from international backgrounds.
Salzburg is one of the safest cities in the world, and the University’s excellent student-to-staff ratio provides students with a supportive environment and a wonderful learning culture. The University’s twenty sites are located in and around Salzburg’s historical center, which is a UNESCO listed world heritage site. Situated in the heart of Europe, Salzburg offers fantastic connections to neighbouring countries and to some of Austria’s most beautiful alpine national parks. It is also a culturally vibrant city, home to world-famous performing arts and music festivals. Operating in this setting, the University of Salzburg offers international students and scholars abroad a unique range of experiences.
The university of Salzburg, unlike other universities, offers a distinctive contrast between historical and modern features. It was first founded in 1622 as a Catholic Benedictine University by the former Archbishop of Salzburg Paris Lodron, who was born in the small northern Italian city of Rovereto. During the Napoleonic Wars, at the beginning of the 19th Century, the University was closed down and was not reopened, even after Salzburg became part of the Austrian Empire. Many of our institution’s building are within walking distance of each other or in purpose-built research and teaching facilities nearby. Some of these buildings date back to the time of the university’s original founding, whilst others are newly built with striking modern designs. All buildings are equipped with up-to-date facilities for teaching, learning and research.
We hope that you have an interesting and enjoyable time at our University, as well as in Salzburg itself!

sincerely 
The International Relations Office of the University of Salzburg

The number of international students coming to study at the University of Salzburg has increased over the past several years. Approximately 30 percent of all students studying at the university are foreign nationals. They either attend regular courses within the framework of an exchange program, or are pursing a full-time degree. 
Information for Exchange Students Who Want to Study at the University of Salzburg within the Framework of a Bilateral Agreement
The information on the following pages is directed primarily towards those who are full-time students at a university abroad and want to spend one semester or a whole year at the University of Salzburg within the framework of an exchange program (without seeking a degree from the University of Salzburg).
Information for International Students Who Want to Earn a Degree from the University of Salzburg
The international students who are seeking a degree from the University of Salzburg can find the relevant information on the homepage of the  Student Service Centre. For more information on “Studying at an Austrian University” go to  www.studyinaustria.at.