Admission Procedure 2020/2021

This page provides an overview of the admissions procedure in 2020/2021.

Please note that only the master programmes and the PhD programmes are offered in English.
The language of instruction in all other programmes (Veterinary Medicine, Equine Sciences and Bachelor's Programme Biomedicine and Biotechnology) is German.

 
 

Important dates for the admission procedure 2020/2021

Here you find the most important dates concerning the admission procedure 2020/2021.
Detailed information you will find further down on this site.
Please note that the directive of the rectorate 1 (only in German) had to be changed due to COVID-19 regulations.

  • Aptitude Tests:

    Please note that you received a personal invitation via E-Mail. If you didn’t receive your personal invitation, please check your spam folder and contact us via E-Mail: zulassung(at)vetmeduni.ac.at.
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    The dates of the aptitude tests are available for download below.

  • Important information
    Master's Programme Comparative Biomedicine (PDF, 86 KB) 3
    Veterinary Medicine and Bachelor's Programmes (PDF, 60 KB) 4

  • Please note that for reasons of security, you are not allowed to participate if you show signs of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Disinfectants will be on site.

  • The aptitude test Interdisciplinary Master's Programme in Human-Animal Interactions was cancelled! See § 7 (2), directive by the office of the rector of the Vetmeduni Vienna on the restrictions on admission to the IMHAI. All applicants, who are assigned for a university place, will receive an email within the next weeks, where the next steps for admission will be announced.
     
  • Obtaining of legalized copies* indicating the registration number (Diploma Programme in Veterinary Medicine and the Bachelor's Programme in Equine Science and Biomedicine and Biotechnology only): until July 15, 2020 (postmark)

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Veterinärmedizinische Universität Wien
z.H. Zulassung
Veterinärplatz 1
1210 Wien
Austria

 

Legalization of Foreign Documents in Higher Education

Documents which have to be presented during the formal admission admission processse must meet the requirements of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Science and Research.

Information regarding the Legalization of Foreign Documents in Higher Education (“Beglaubigungsliste Hochschulwesen“) can be found at the following link 5.

Please note the Information regarding tuition fee (PDF, 77 KB) 6
 

 

Ranking lists 2020/2021

(Updated on: 19.08.2020)

The ranking lists for the Diploma Degree Programme in Veterinary Medicine, for the Bachelor's Degree Programme Biomedicine and Biotechnology and for the Bachelor's Degree Programme Equine Science for 2020/2021 are now available for download:

The ranking list for the Master's Programme in Comparative Biomedicine is now available for download:

 

Admission

(Updated on: 19.08.2020)

If you have been assigned a place at our university, you can arrange an appointment online 11.

 

Dates of aptitude tests 2020/2021

(Updated on: 25.06.2020)

Dates of aptitude tests for all studies are now available for download:

The dates of the aptitude tests cannot be postponed.

 

 

End of the Online Registration 2020/2021

(Updated on: 25.06.2020)

The Online Registration was closed on June 5th, 2020, 1:00 p.m., fees must have been received by June 12th, 2020.

 

Admissions procedure for the diploma study Veterinary Medicine and the bachelor studies Equine Science and Biomedicine and Biotechnology

(Updated on: 26.05.2020)

detailed explanation of the admissions procedure for the diploma study Veterinary Medicine and the bachelor studies Equine Science and Biomedicine and Biotechnology for the academic year 2020/2021 was published in the University Gazette dated 26.05.2020 (only in German).

 

Admissions procedure for the Master's Programme Comparative Biomedicine and the Interdisciplinary Master's Programme in Human-Animal-Interactions

(Updated on: 26.05.2020)

detailed explanation of the admissions procedure for the Master's Programme Comparative Biomedicine and the Interdisciplinary Master's Programme in Human-Animal-Interactions for the academic year 2020/2021 was published in the University Gazette dated 26.05.2020 1 (only in German).