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Teacher training:
Bachelor programme Movement and Sports

Contents and focus of the degree programme:

The teacher training programme “Movement and Sports” serves the technical, didactical, educational and academic training for a future teaching job. Basic knowledge in the teaching subject-relevant topics of sports studies is taught, which is required for the graduates’ future occupation. Special emphasis will be put on the principle of the equivalency of scientific findings in women and gender research to other areas of research. Moreover emphasis is put on the dealing with exercise and its influence on health, psyche and lifestyle. Here the same rule applies as for all teacher training programmes, i.e. that the study programme must be combined with studies of another teaching subject.

Higher education institution:
Universität Graz
Group of fields of study:
Teacher Training Programmes
Degree programme:
Movement and Sports
Teacher training:
Bachelor programme
Academic degree:
Bachelor of Education, BEd
8 Semester / 240 ECTS*

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Student Union fee: EUR 19,20
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published in the:
MBl. 2015/16, Stk. 36 c

Definition of the field of studies

The teacher training programme “Movement and Sports” deals with sports studies in terms of sports education in schools. It enables graduates to teach the school subject “sports” at secondary schools of general education and vocational secondary schools in a highly competent way.


The teacher training programme “Movement and Sports” at the Faculty of Humanities of the Karl Franzens University Graz is divided into two stages. The first stage teaches the basic contents and methodological knowledge, which are further enhanced in the second stage when advanced research methods and working techniques are also learned. In addition to the courses a teaching practice must be done. The degree programme concludes with a thesis. Students have to choose the topic for this thesis from one of the examination subjects stipulated in the curriculum.

Entrance examinations

Prospective students have to pass a supplementary examination to prove their physical and motor ability.

Supplementary examinations