In 1995 it opened its doors to students and was first created as a competence center for scientific specialization that focused on the pressing challenges at the time designing study courses accordingly.
Danube University Krems provides extra-occupational university courses as Master programs, studies to qualify as “Academically Accredited Experts” as well as “Certified Programs”. Both PhD studies are connected to the main research areas of Danube University Krems.
Research at Danube University Krems is centered on contemporary and future challenges society faces. In a trans-disciplinary context we build bridges between basic research and practical application, between individual disciplines and – as befits a university for continuing education – most of all to society.
Basics and application in research are combined in the four research fields:
The Dual Career Service provides practical information about required formalities (arrival, registration), ranging from child care to postgraduate courses, and assists the partner of Dual Career couples in finding a suitable job. Furthermore, the service cooperates with the Dual Career Service Support of WWTF and other institutions such as AMS (State Employment Office) and the Regional School Inspectors for Lower Austria and Upper Austria.
The Service Center for International Relations acts as a competence center and hub, assisting you with your concerns, questions, projects, and international opportunities and acting as an international first point of contact.
Our field of activity is diverse and includes, among other things:
The IT Unit offers central IT-Services for students and is available as a contact in case of technical problems. Wireless LAN (also with an eduroam account) is available at the Campus, as are freely accessible work and surf stations for students. At the time of registration every student receives his/her own e-mail address and various accounts for the University's network and services.
The Campus itself is a byword for, and a focus on student life for universities throughout the world. Since October 2005 Danube University Krems is also a campus university. Spanning an area of 34,000 square meters, the campus is utilized jointly by Danube University Krems, IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems and Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences. It is equipped with state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities, comfortable accommodations, a varied range of food services, and an arthouse cinema. Campus Krems offers the ideal environment for learning, research and living for more than 11,000 students and over 600 staff members.
Campus Sports is the central sport hub in Krems not only making offers for students and the staff of all universities and colleges on the campus, but also for the city’s inhabitants.
Campus Sports offers:
Danube University Krems combines ongoing innovation in research and teaching with the highest standards and holds the seal of quality of the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria).
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