European Project Semester (EPS)

The European Project Semester (EPS) is a programme offered by several European universities to students who have completed at least two years of study. At the St. Pölten University of Applied Sciences, the EPS is embedded in the Department of Media and Digital Technology and the Department of Computer Science and Security.

EPS students work in international project teams while simultaneously attending lectures related to the successful completion of their project. They acquire expert knowledge in their area of specialisation as well as soft skills which help them prepare a convincing project presentation. Teambuilding events and organised social activities also play an important role in the project semester.

The European Project Semester is designed for students from all over the world seeking to expand their intercultural and interdisciplinary competencies.


All classes are taught in English, which is also the language of communication.

ECTS Credits

Students receive 30 ECTS credits for successfully participating in the EPS. International students whose home universities do not use the ECTS credits system, are advised to consult with their international office about recognition. US students may transfer up to 12 course credits with the approval of their home university.

Passports and visas

We advise you to make sure you meet all passport and visa requirements well in advance. Please consult our Incoming Student Guide for more information.

Country information, entry regulations and accommodation

Please consult the Incoming Student Guide. Useful information is also available here.

EPS application process

If you are interested in participating in the EPS at the St. Pölten UAS, please contact our Office for International Relations. We will help you select a suitable project. We may also conduct a telephone or MS Teams interview to find out more about you.

Typical class size

The typical class size is 10 to 20 students each semester, with project teams comprising between 4 and 6 students.


EPS at the Department of Media and Digital Technology

EPS at the Department of Computer Science and Security


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Dürnberger Judith, MA

Judith Dürnberger, MA

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