When can I start my studies? How long does it take to study? Are there phases of presence? How do I get my learning materials? What can students expect on the online campus?
Are there any deadlines? What happens if a test is negative? Can examinations also be taken orally? Can the master’s thesis also be written in German?
Who or what is FH Burgenland? Do I get a student ID card? Is it a completely new course of study? How up to date are the contents?
What is ECTS? How much effort is the master’s thesis and what does it consist of? Why is there 'only' 60 ECTS points for studying? Is there a graduation?
By when do I have to transfer the course fee? Are there any discounts or special conditions? What does the renewal fee mean? Are there any grants or scholarships?
"It was especially important to me that I didn't leave the job market to do my master's. I was looking for a compressed course of study that could be completed quickly and flexibly. In this context, I would also recommend to (potential) students: "Talk to your employer about your desire for further education."
Katharina Schlagenhaufen travels between Switzerland and Austria and works for an international pharmaceutical company.