Why should you apply at KUG?
"Austria's second largest city is rich in history and at the same time a city full of modern life. It would not be an exaggeration to describe Graz as a city of contrasts: architectural witnesses from the city's more than 850-year history, like the country house, which the Landeszeughaus also owns It houses more than 30,000 weapons and armor, the cathedral and the mausoleum, Eggenberg Castle and the Graz Castle with the double spiral staircase create a unique harmony with the most modern buildings by internationally renowned architects and those of the Graz School, such as the Kunsthaus, Joanneumsviertel, MUMUTH or die Greenhouses in the botanical garden."
Former incoming students report on their experiences in Graz. The reports can provide valuable information about a stay at KUG.
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