Since the 2011/12 winter semester, officially enrolled students (BA/MA students) at the University of Applied Arts Vienna (Angewandte) can enrol as non-degree (AO) students during the admission period. Students of the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna have the opportunity to complete courses at the Angewandte and have these credited to their MUK degree. No tuition fees are due to the Angewandte. You must simply pay your Austrian National Union of Students fee. You should apply for a refund of any duplicate payments of the Austrian National Union of Students fee directly from the Austrian National Union of Students.
You can find a list of the range of courses on offer on the University of Applied Arts Vienna’s website.
All information about registering as a non-degree student at the University of Applied Arts Vienna together with a checklist for your registration can be found online at www.dieangewandte.at/zulassung_einzel
Contact person at the University of Applied Arts Vienna
Mag. Bernhard Kernegger
Tel.: +43 1 71133/2060
Officially enrolled students of the University of Applied Arts Vienna can co-register at the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna at the Student Affairs Office during normal opening hours during the registration period.
Attention: You must co-register at the MUK every semester, this is not automatically extended!
Please note the shorter registration periods of the Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna.
Winter semester: End of October
Summer semester: End of the 1st week of March!
To co-register, you will need:
- To have submitted your student pre-registration
- To upload a passport photograph on MUKonline (for your student ID)
- Passport or ID
- Student ID (with current semester sticker)
- Current record of studies
- Your social security number, e-card (only for Austrian citizens)
At registration, you will receive your student ID and your login for MUKonline.
Registration for courses:
You can find all the courses on offer at MUKonline!
Lots of courses require specific knowledge and artistic skills (especially continuously assessed courses and private and group classes for artistic subjects). For this reason, please speak to the relevant course management or Student Affairs Office about your eligibility to take a course!