Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences focuses on providing practice-oriented studies in small groups with individual supervision and at the highest level of quality in a modern environment. All our study programmes are based on the Bologna-compliant two-stage Bachelor-Master.
KL offers academic education in Medical Science*, Human Medicine and Psychology. Located at the Campus Krems in one of the most beautiful places in Europe, at the entrance to the World Heritage Wachau, the modern university impresses with its professionalism, international orientation and its patients oriented education. The personal development of our students, communication skills, self-reflection and interdisciplinary education in promising areas of health are particularly important to us.
The Karl Landsteiner University of Health Sciences is setting groundbreaking accents for a modern bologna-compliant education of medical and therapeutic experts in three key health policy fields with an innovative Bachelor's - Master's programme.
Full time study programmes
* In the course of an amendment to the curriculum, the Health Sciences bachelor programme was redesignated as Medical Science bachelor programme. The course of study continues to meet the quality-assured educational standards of medical training and the innovative structure of its predecessor. The contents have been tailored to the current requirements of a modern, international study programme. Among other things, the medical basics in anatomy, physiology and pharmacology have been adapted and a new module "General Medicine" has been introduced. The implementation of a further special subject / line ("Science and Research") enhances the scientific competences. The adaptation of the curriculum was based on the continuous development in the field of medicine and on recommendations of the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation AQ Austria.
- submitted to Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (AQ Austria)
The redesignation is effective for new students as of winter semester 2020/21. Existing students will continue their studies according to the previous curriculum.