Studies in General
Studying and researching at the PLUS – the best preparation for a successful start in the world of study
The Matura is just around the corner and you will soon be registering at the university. Have you already decided between classic studies such as law, medicine or teaching? Or is there perhaps more than just these three courses? By when do you have to register and how does it work? We will work out this and much more with you in individual workshops at the Paris Lodron University in Salzburg. In small groups you will research all the information about the course of your choice with the team from the high school graduate advisory service. If you still have questions, just ask them. More Infos under https://www.studieren-recherchieren.plus/ (German).
International students who are seeking a degree from the University of Salzburg can receive the relevant informations from the PLUS Office of Admissions – contact form.
- Link to homepage of studierenprobieren.at (German)
- Link to Information of PLUS Admissions Department (English)
- Link to PLUS aspiring students (English)
- Link to PLUS Support for Students (English)
- Information on “Studying at an Austrian University”, please find here: www.studyinaustria.at (English)
The Bachelor’s Program in Sociology
The BA degree in sociology conveys basic problems, topics and basic concepts, as well as the history of sociology. Our focus is on cultural sociology and sociological theory, social structure and methods, social change and special sociologies.
The Bachelor’s Program comprises 6 semesters of study and requires 180 ECTS credits for completion – one ECTS credit equals 25 hours of academic work.
- Bachelor’s Curriculum (Vers. 2016; in German)
The Master’s Program
The Master’s Program in Sociology comprises 120 ECTS credits and requires 4 semesters of study. In the Master’s program, the following specializations can be chosen:
- Cultures of modernity, private lifestyles and sociological theory
- Social change and social mobilities
- Social inequality, work society, family, intergenerational relations
- Methods of empirical social research
- Master’s Curriculum (Vers. 2016; in German)
The Doctoral (PhD) Program
For details about the admissions criteria and the program please refer to the link to the PLUS PhD Program (English).
Studies in Sociology
- Bachelor’s Degree
- Master’s Degree
- BSScAcademic degree
- MSScAcademic degree
- Academic degree
- Academic degree