FAQs

MedTech - Functional Imaging, Conventional & Ion Radiotherapy | Master

No! The summer school is mandatory and constitutes an important part of the application process.

The summer school is mostly conducted via e-learning, and will conclude with workshop sessions at the university’s Campus 1 in Wiener Neustadt over several days at the end of August. The exams will be also take place during this workshop week. The positive assessment of the summer school is a prerequisite for admission to our degree programme. The final decision on admission is based on your performance at the summer school together with your interview result and your personal statement.

The choice is yours. You can either come to an interview at the university, or conduct it online, using the WebEx teleconferencing tool.

Yes! On-site presence is mandatory for exams, workshops and hands-on experience usually two times per semester. Attendance is also mandatory for the workshop week in August.

No, it is the sole responsibility of the student to make sure they have a visa, if necessary. The on-site presence dates are not sufficient for applicants to be eligible for a student visa. Please check with the Austrian embassy or consulate closest to your home for other visa opportunities and the respective requirements.

Attendance times will be announced with sufficient lead time for you to take care of your visa application.

No, the University of Applied Sciences does not reimburse any of your travel Costs.

There are several options of accommodation in the vicinity. We can offer you a list with corresponding links. Please contact us for further information.

The programme is scheduled extra-occupationally. As a rule, online courses take place in the evening and are recorded as well, so that they can be accessed at any time. Thus, time for studying can be organised flexibly. Nevertheless, homework, term papers and exam preparation take a lot of time. With appropriate support from your family and/or your employer (e.g. a reduction of working hours), the workload is compatible with work and family.