Bitte melden Sie sich immer auf der Startseite an
Our organisational culture is defined by a humanistic view of the world and its people. We are a forward-thinking institution that acts independently and with a high level of social competence. We not only teach, but we also live and breathe health promotion and lifelong learning.
Our practice-oriented academic training in the healthcare sector helps our students develop specialised methodological, scientific, socio-communicative and interpersonal soft skills. The continuous development of quality ensures that our FH degree programmes and further education courses are up to date, as well as in compliance with the needs of the day-to-day business in the particular field and that they spell academic excellence.
Our employees are proven experts in their respective fields and impart the latest knowledge in accordance with with up-to-the-minute teaching practices. Furthermore, the University of Applied Sciences Tyrol employs expert part-time teaching staff who are highly familiar with the particular challenges posed by the social and public health sectors.
As an interdisciplinary institution, we set high standards in teaching, research and consulting. An entrepreneurial approach ensures the implementation of research projects, as well as the development of new FH degree programmes and further education courses.
We are recognised partners for both national and international healthcare institutions and have, for many years now, benefited from a constant exchange of information with our partner institutions Medical University Innsbruck, University of Innsbruck, and UMIT / The Health and Life Sciences University Hall/Tyrol.
Efficient structures and workflows provide both our staff and our students with support in handling their jobs and assignments. Open and systematised communication facilitates the exchange and development of new knowledge. The virtual and spatial design and amenities promote learning, teaching and research here at the at the University of Applied Sciences Tyrol.