- #704 Ranking
- 6 PhDs
- Public Institution Type
The institute was installed in the year 2000 as an endowed chair in Austria. The first institute head was Prof. Dr. Alfred Gutschelhofer (since October 2011 head of the Center for Entrepreneurship and applied Business Administration at the University of Graz) and was funded with financial aid from the regional government Upper Austria.
The JKU Linz currently offers over 60 modern academic degree programs and makes extensive efforts to ensure the curricula are up-to-date. The JKU is also a leader in Austria in the field of distance teaching and E-Learning. The university has offered a multi-media program in Law since 2002. The "Multi-Media Studies Services SoWi" program - abbreviated MuSSS - allows students at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Economics & Business to complete part of their studies via distance learning. In addition, the JKU offers continuing education programs for working students in cooperation with the FernUniversität in Hagen.
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Academic and Student Advising Services/KUSSS SupportThe office of Academic & Student Advising Services is a student support service provided by the Johannes Kepler University. New students can contact the staff for information on general questions regarding academic studies, advising students on how to best organize a program of study and addressing any other questions or concerns students may have.
Upon request, the International Office can help organize accommodations at one of the following student residence halls.
IT Services for University Faculty, Staff and Students:
Campus life is alive and well at the JKU and the list of activities and events are virtually endless! The JKUs well built infrastructure in and around campus creates an academic climate conducive to ensuring that in addition to studies, students can also enjoy recreational and social activities.
Sports enthusiasts can also find their niche! The University SPORTS Institute (USI) offers a wide range of sport activities and classes for university faculty, staff and students located in close proximity to the campus.The USI LINZ manages the disciplines of volleyball/beach volleyball, karate, Taekwondo and badminton in particular and is responsible for sending top athletes to international competitions in these areas.
University ranking: THE ranking 100 under 50 - Nr. 70
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