Incoming Exchange/Erasmus Students

You're welcome to study at St. Pölten UAS

As an international student you can count on the support of your personal academic supervisor. In addition, the International Student Network (ISN) is here to help you find your place in the student community. Academic staff, our International Relations team and the ISN all work together to ensure that your time study abroad is a successful one.

Incomings

We’ve been to St. Pölten UAS!

These international students shared their experience of their #timeofmylife:

“When you live abroad everything is new!”

Sara Velasco Basurto from Spain enjoyed her year abroad at the St. Pölten UAS to the fullest – despite the COVID-19 restrictions.

Read more about Saras two semesters at our UAS.

“Grüß Gott” Instead of “Moin”

Johannes Schmidt is the first student to benefit from the dual degree programme offered by the St. Pölten UAS and HAW Hamburg

Read the full article on Johannes’ study experience in the UAS’ future magazine

Studying Abroad in Times of COVID-19

These exchange students made a brave step when coming to St. Pölten during the pandemic – and found plethora of things to do.

Join Yevgenia, Aneta, Gloriia, Viktoria, Christopher and Sara for a feature of the St. Pölten UAS’ very own TV channel c-tv.

Lots of Travelling and the First Lockdown

Lia Salimova from Baku, Azerbaijan, came to Austria as part of her studies in Germany.


Lia had managed to see quite a lot of Austria before public life was shut down with the onset of the pandemic. Read more here.

Glad she came the long way

For Melissa Baird it was the first time being outside of the United States and she's glad she came the long way. 

Find out what blew her away in St. Pölten and more on Melissas blog.

Ekaterina dared an adventure – and loved it

Ekaterina Sharonova from Russia loved being an international student at our place, especially around Christmas.

Read Ekaterinas blogs and find out what tips she has for incoming students: 

Naomi was not bored at all

Although it started with confusion Dutch student Naomi Melchers really enjoyed her stay.

Enjoy Naomis blogs and prepare yourself for fun: 

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Dürnberger Judith, MA

Judith Dürnberger, MA

Team Member Translations and Proofreading Team Member Incoming Student Mobility
Office for International Relations