The bachelor's degree programm Health Care and Nursing

Innovative teaching and learning methods such as practical exercises, case studies, projects, simulations, accompanying coaching and practical training offer you an active learning environment. Theory and practice are closely interwoven and coordinated within the curriculum so that after graduating you have a science-based and professional set of skills.

University lecturers incorporate examples from practice as concrete links to theory and to develop mental models. In practical settings, you apply theoretical concepts and reflect on research results.

Advantages of the programme

  • Internship in each semester, at least 2300 internship hours (92 ECTS)
  • Internationally recognised
  • Experts impart knowledge directly from practical experience
  • The dialogue between lecturers and students is actively promoted
  • Requirements for a master's or PhD programme

The Health Care and Nursing degree programme is made up of the following areas:

25% Individual-based technical and methodological competence

10,6% Science (19 ECTS)

3,9% Organisation-based technical and methodological competence (7 ECTS)

51,1% Practice (92 ECTS)

5,6% Society-based technical and methodological competence (10 ECTS)

3,9% Social communication skills and self-competence (7 ECTS)

Contact Health Care and Nursing BSc

Dr. Andrea Kuckert-Wöstheinrich, MSc
Programme Director Health Care and Nursing BSc

+43 5572 792 5901

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Mag. (FH) Birgit Hofer
Programme Administration Health and Nursing

+43 5572 792 5903

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Sophia Hefel, BSc
currently on maternity leave

+43 5572 792 5907



Peter Johannes Jäger, BScN
Practical coordination healthcare and nursing BSc

+43 5572 792 5902

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Mag. Petra Lichtenwallner
Programm Administration Healthcare and Nursing

05572 792 5900

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Winifred Holzer
Programm Administration Healthcare and Nursing, Practical coordination