Dear Sir or Madam, Dear Students,  

The current situation concerning the Corona Virus has led to re-arrangements in our workflow in order to offer you our comprehensive service even when working via home office.  

At the moment, all employees of the Office of Admission can be reached via studium(at) We answer your questions and requests as quickly as possible.  
Personal appointments at the offices cannot be made due to the current situation until further notice. We ask for your understanding.  

Students from the University of Salzburg can request the following services via e-mail:

  • Enrolment for additional or advanced study programs
  • Applications for the enrolment for master’s or doctorate’s programs 
  • Deregistration 
  • Applications for the exemption of tuition fees along with the required confirmation – until the 31st of March 2020 for the summer semester 2020 or until the 31st of October for the upcoming winter semester 2020/21 
  • Applications for refunds can be made, but will only be processed later (for the winter semester 2019/20 until the 31st of March; for the summer semester 2020 until the 30th of September 2020). 
  • Transfer to ­­­a new version of the curriculum 
  • Registration or change of registration for graduation or doctoral awards ceremony  

Please make sure that all communication is done via your university e-mail address and that you include your matriculation number and birth date in all requests.  

All other applicants and interested parties:
Despite current restrictions, applications for master’s and doctorate’s programs can be made and will be processed. However, the personal enrolment can only be done once the Office of Admissions is re-opened for the public. We will inform you about the opening hours once the situation has been resolved.  

Information for first enrolment:
Applicants who have filled out the online preregistration can complete the enrolment as soon as the Office of Admission is opened again – this is possible until the 30th of April 2020. Please check the information on the homepage of the University, as it is updated regularly.  

Please send all questions concerning courses directly to the responsible department.  

If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact us via studium(at)

Office of Admission Team

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