I am … a graduate

We would like to stay in touch with you! Even many years after graduation, our former students are still very closely connected to the place where they received their education. By organizing different activities and events, we make it possible for you to keep in touch with your alma mater and to stay informed. We also provide a space and opportunities to remain in contact with your fellow students and exchange experiences and memories.


How to remain in contact

As a Med Uni Graz graduate, you can subscribe to our mailing list. We send regular updates about what is happening at Med Uni Graz in the areas studies, teaching, research and patient care.

How we keep in touch:

  • Delivering the Med Uni Graz newspaper "MEDitio" 3x a year (Medical University of Graz news)
  • Sending invitations to Med Uni Graz events and lectures
  • Awarding Med Uni Graz Golden Diplomas
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Golden Diplomas

By awarding the university Golden Doctoral Diploma, Med Uni Graz acknowledges 50 years of service in medicine and science for the benefit of the population. The ceremonial renewal of the doctorate honors the often untiring work of physicians even after their retirement, for their passion for helping people does not end after they cease to be actively employed. The ceremony occurs every two years. Diploma recipients are contacted and invited by Alumni Services.




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Olivia Nonn

"After I finished my medicine degree program, I had good experiences in the women's clinic research lab, which made me decide to start the PhD program in the same area. Even if it is an unusual decision, I would make it again because of the exciting possibilities and experiences in basic research."

Olivia Nonn, PhD student at the Gottfried Schatz Research Center

Information on the PhD programs
Matthias Graupp

I like to look back on my time as a student at Med Uni Graz. Not only was I taught the principles of medicine but I was also able to gain my first experiences with scientific work. The module system and the practical orientation encouraged alternative approaches to medical problems from which I still benefit today.

Matthias Graupp, Klinische Abteilung für allgemeine HNO