Most courses at IST Austria are open to PhD students, postdocs, technicians, interns, and staff members. External participants can also attend courses at IST Austria, currently free of charge. Please note that IST Austria PhD students will be given priority in case the number of places on a course is limited.
Course schedules and a full course list are available below. Please also see the academic calendar.
Fall 2020/21 + Spring 2021
If you would like to take courses at IST Austria, you need to register by using the links below.
If you are an external member, you will need to check with the registrar of your university if those credits can be transferred towards your degree. Once registered, you will be able to print a confirmation for the courses you have completed.
For more information about the PhD program at IST Austria, please visit the PhD program overview page.
Please note that internal registration via the student portal for courses in the pre-semester phase in the academic year 2020/21 opens on September 1st, 2020.
Please note that internal registration via the student portal for courses in the academic year 2020/21 opens on September 16th, 2020.
If you have any questions regarding course registration, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have general questions about the PhD program, please send an email to email@example.com.
Courses held in the following academic year are published in August. Additional courses may be added later on, so it is worth checking for updates. Registration opens mid-September.
With a few exceptions, the courses listed here take place on the IST Austria campus in Klosterneuburg, Austria, and do not accommodate remote participation or distance/e-learning.
By default, course websites are accessible only for people who have registered for the respective course or assigned to it as instructor.
IST Austria maintains cooperations with the University of Vienna and the Vienna University of Technology with the goal to promote participation of students in courses and seminars of the respective other institution.
Students need to enquire with their respective home institution whether externally obtained ECTS credits can be recognized and counted towards their program requirements.
Faculty, postdocs, advanced PhD students and staff members are eligible to teach courses at IST Austria. If you are interested in teaching a course, you will usually need to submit a course proposal for approval by the PhD program committee by April preceding the academic year in which you would like to teach, although for certain courses out-of-cycle proposals will also be considered. New ideas and suggestions are always welcome. An info sheet for course instructors can be found on the Student Resources page (only accessible to IST users).