Applicants from the EU, EEA, Switzerland, or non-EU countries are subject to the same conditions that apply to applicants with Austrian citizenship.
There are, however, specific regulations regarding the translation and certification of application documents as well as the preparation of your studies.
International applicants shall contact our International Relations Office. There, they will be provided with all relevant information about their stay in Austria.
Phone: +43 512 2070 1600
Admission procedureJust like Austrian applicants, international applicants have to take part in the official MCI admission procedure and will be informed about the results after completion of the same.
Dates & deadlinesThe same deadlines apply to international applicants as to Austrian candidates. Considering that the preparation for studying at MCI requires more time for international students, as they have to search for accommodation, apply for a visa, etc., we recommend an early application.
CostsNo additional costs arise for applicants from the EU, EEA, and Switzerland in the course of application. Applicants from states other than EU and EEA member states and Switzerland are required to pay a tuition fee deposit of EUR 50 with their online application. Applications can only be processed after receipt of this deposit.The deposit will be deducted from the tuition fees when the applicant is accepted for enrollment at MCI. Should the application be rejected, the tuition fee deposit will be refunded on request (less bank charges and exchange rate differences) as long as the application for a refund is received by 31 October of the year of application. Should the applicant be accepted for enrollment at MCI but decline or fail to take up the place awarded, the tuition fee deposit will not be refunded.
Tuition feeFor nationals of the following countries, tuition fees are currently EUR 363,36 per semester plus membership fee for the Austrian Students’ Union (ÖH) EUR 20.20 :
Non-EU students are required to pay 6,250 euros’ tuition per semester in a Bachelor’s program and 7,500 euros per semester in a Master’s program.
Learning contractThe information about admission to your desired course of study will be provided by mail. Enclosed you will also find a learning contract. This sets out the rights and duties of our students and our institution. Please sign the contract and return it within two weeks.
International applicants are required to submit the same documents as Austrian candidates. There are, however, specific regulations with regard to the translation and certification of relevant documents.
The application documents have to be handed in both in the original language as well as in German or English. Documents issued by a country other than Austria additionally need to be certified. The specific rules to be observed in this context vary with the country of issue:
Additionally for Master’s Programs:
MCI undertakes no responsibility for the correctness and completeness of this information.
Applicants from non-EU or EEA countries are advised to apply early. This leaves enough time to be able to handle the visa application in good time.
Prior to beginning their studies at MCI, international students must ensure they have observed:
For students planning to use their stay at MCI also to improve their language skills, the Language Center offers a range of language courses.