Customized/Faculty-led programs developed on demand to attend the specific needs of international institutions.
Organized under the supervision of a faculty member, customized programs/faculty-led programs are developed on demand to attend the specific needs of international institutions and educators.
The contents are flexible and may vary according to the intended demand.
It can be tailored to any necessary length and may include field trips and cultural activities
Classes, seminars and lectures can be presented in English or German.
A diverse range of themes is available for the lectures. The most common programs are based on Austrian Architecture, Art in Religion, Art History, Philosophy, Theology, German language and Culture, Presentation Skills.
Faculty-led programs are developed for groups of students and professionals.
Minimum age requirement: 18 years old.
The Catholic Private University Linz is experienced on developing academic and cultural experiences to university students and professionals interested in Austria and/or increasing their knowledge through a rich combination of in-class activities and field trips.
- A forward-thinking research focused University with a long tradition
- Expertise in the development of tailor made programs
- A friendly, safe, and green environment in the center of the city
- A great location: Austria!
Institutions interested in requesting a faculty-led program at KU Linz may contact:
“Social and Professional Communication and Presentation Skills” for students from Inha University, South Korea at KU Linz
The summer school "Social and Professional Communication and Presentation Skills" in the framework of a cooperation with INHA Univeristy, South Korea took place from 8th until 19th July 2019 at the Catholic Private University Linz.
The Catholic Private University Linz (KU Linz) welcomed 29 Korean students from various fields of study who polished up their academic English and presentation skills and took part in numerous excursions and workshops providing insights into Austrian culture, history and architecture. For the participants, the two weeks were not only learning-intensive, but also a time full of lasting impressions thanks to the city tours, exhibitions and the exchange with KU Linz students, teachers and staff.
One of the participants sums it up like this: “I had a wonderful time at the KU Linz! When I thought of Austria, I always thought of Vienna and Salzburg. Now I know the beautiful place called Linz as well. Staying here, I learned a lot about myself as well. It was a great honor for me to be a student of the Catholic University of Linz! In addition, it was a great pleasure to be with my nice new friends from Austria. I don't want to leave, but I hope to be back once again"
A second edition of the" Social and Professional Communication and Presentation Skills" Program for students from Inha University, South Korea will take place between 3rd of February and 14th of February.