Course Programmes

Bachelor Programmes

In the year of studies 2015/2016 the KPH offers a four year (8 semesters) Bachelor's Degree (B.Ed.) for teachers at primary schools and for the last time a three year (6 semesters) Bachelor's Degree for teachers at secondary schools.

Furthermore a three year (6 semesters) Bachelor's Degree for teachers of Catholic, Protestant (Lutheran and Reformed Churches) and Orthodox Religious Instruction is offered in 2015/2016 for the last time.

At the end of the course a thesis must be written.

Study Plans

On completion of their studies at the University College of Teacher Education Vienna/Krems graduates receive the final award of Bachelor of Education (B. Ed.) and qualified teacher status for the relevant school type. The B. Ed. authorises graduates to be appointed at an appropriate school and qualifies them to carry on to study for a Master's.

Degree courses are attended on campus and include self-study.  The courses comprise social science, specialist subject knowledge, teaching skills and teaching practice. This is taught as a combination of paedagogical knowledge, job-specific didactical training and school-based experiences. All programmes are modularised. The skills which are to be acquired are listed as learning outcomes in the module descriptors.

For the structure of the study plans use the link.

 

For selecting courses, modules and timetables go to: PH-Online => Suche => Studien => Art => Bachelorstudium (select current year) => Suchen


Admission and Enrolment

Admission and Enrolment

A-Levels (Matura or Abitur) or an equivalent school-leaving certificate (e.g. a special entrance qualification or a vocational matriculation examination) which allows you to study at a university, are a prerequisite for studying at the KPH. Furthermore you have to pass an aptitude test in the desired field of study (not relevant for ERASMUS students).

You can enrol at the admission offices at the campuses in Wien-Strebersdorf and Krems-Mitterau.

 

ECTS

European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)

Students receive credits after completing a certain workload and fulfilling their defined learning outcomes.

University College ECTS Coordinator: Mag. Thomas Schrei

 

Registration

Campus Krems-Mitterau:

Erasmus Student Application Form

Learning Agreement

Information Package Krems


Campus Wien-Strebersdorf:

Erasmus Student Application Form

Learning Agreement

Information Package Wien