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How to submit a great application

We’ve put together the top tips from our students and programme directors on making your application to IMC Krems.

Because with an excellent application, you’re already halfway to a place on your dream degree programme.

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The IMC Apply Online and Onboarding Platform

More than you’d expect

The first thing to do is register on our IMC Apply Online and Onboarding Platform right away so you don’t miss any deadlines. The IMC Apply Online and Onboarding Platform is the central system that we’ll use to communicate with you during the application and admissions process, and right up to the beginning of your studies. We’ll give you all the information you need about applying and the admissions procedure, as well as the status of your application, via the platform.

Preparing well is half the battle. The detailed information on the IMC Apply Online and Onboarding Platform will help you to put together a successful application. Once you’ve registered, you can start working through the process step-by-step. What are you waiting for? The journey to a place on your chosen degree programme at IMC Krems starts here:

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What IMC Krems bachelor degree programme should I apply for?

Lots of prospective students find they’re spoilt for choice when it comes to choosing the right degree programme. The key to making the right decision is finding the answers to lots of questions. Who should you listen to? What should you base it on – your gut feeling? The economic climate? The degree programme that your parents think you should enrol on or the one that your friends have gone for? Or is it the degree programme with the best job prospects that catches your eye?

One of life’s big decisions

Choosing what to study is a big life choice, and it takes time. It’s very important to start getting all the info you need far enough in advance. This will mean you don’t miss any deadlines or risk making the wrong choice because you’re running out of time. 

Knowing where your interests lie

Whatever subject you’re considering, it’s a good idea to have a clear picture of your personal goals. In other words, studying something just for the sake of it can work out well, but it often ends in frustration. Writing down your skills and interests is definitely a worthwhile exercise. Make lists of:

  • Things I’m good at
  • Things I’m interested in
  • Careers I find exciting
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Still no master plan? We’re here to help!

What IMC Krems master degree programme should I apply for? We often get asked this question by prospective students. Read on for some answers and valuable tips.

Basic considerations

Before you take a closer look at what IMC Krems master degree programme is best for you, take some time to think about what you expect and want from your master degree. Your experiences from previous degrees and your personal and career ambitions are important factors. So take stock of your studies so far and identify the goals you associate with taking a master degree.

Ask yourself a few questions

  • What goals will your chosen master degree programme help you achieve?
  • Are you aiming to get a particular job after graduating?
  • What qualifications do you need for this?
  • How are you going to balance your studies with work and home commitments?
  • Does the master degree programme offer you exactly what you need to advance your career?
  • Do you want to build on your existing knowledge or explore new subject areas?

The ideal combination: studying and working

Many of our master degree programmes are taught in English, as well as in part-time or work-friendly full-time formats so you can work during your studies.

So you’ve found the right programme – here’s how to secure your place

Whether you want to take a bachelor or master degree, once you’ve selected the right degree programme, the next question is how to make a good application and create the best possible impression at the interview. So we’ve put together lots of tips to help you navigate the admissions process.

  • How can I make my application stand out?
  • How do I increase my chances of being accepted?
  • What aspects are particularly important?
  • What’s the best way of preparing for the interview?

Our programme directors have recorded their top tips in a series of videos for you.

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Invest some time in your letter of motivation

The IMC Apply Online and Onboarding Platform contains detailed explanations of the requirements for your letter of motivation. You can also read our overview of what you should include in the letter. Here are a few pointers:

  • Explain why you chose the degree programme.
  • Describe the career path you would like to follow after graduating and why the programme is an important step in that direction.
  • Which subjects on the curriculum are you most excited about, and which are you not so keen on?
  • How could your strengths and limitations have an impact on your studies?

The most important information at a glance

How do I apply for degree programmes and continuing education courses at IMC Krems?

Information about the online application

What are the deadlines for applying to our degree programmes?

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Questions about the degree programme?

Prospective Student Advisory Service

Do you have questions regarding the entry requirements, the admission procedure and more? Our Prospective Student Advisory Service is happy to help.

Ask a Student

Join our Facebook group: Direct your questions to our students and get first-hand accounts about studying at IMC Krems.

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Still have some questions about choosing the right degree programme, or the application process?

Basically, you need to make sure you know exactly what your key skills are and figure out what you’re good at, what you’re interested in and where your strengths lie. This isn’t always easy, so talking it through with people you trust and who know you well will definitely help. Our Prospective Student Advisory Service can also point you in the right direction with advice and tips. After all, it's always a good idea to talk to the experts.

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