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University of Graz

Karl-Franzens University of Graz, founded in 1585, is the second oldest university in Austria. With 32.500 students it is one of the biggest universities in the country and an attractive workplace for 4.300 employees. Highly qualified employees who benefit from extensive training opportunities are providing top performance in research, teaching and management. The geographical location is beneficial for an academic, economic and cultural exchange with south-eastern Europe.


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Open jobs can be found in the job portal of the University of Graz.

The University of Graz is aiming to increase the percentage of women, especially in leadership positions and the academic staff and is therefore explicitly encouraging qualified women to apply.

We are also appreciating applications of people with disabilities whose qualifications respond to the job offer.

If you're interested, please hand in your application documents including curriculum vitae, a picture and relevant certificates and stating the index number via e-mail within the given application period.

Ralph Duschek

Jurist Personalressort

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