University of Salzburg
|University of Salzburg|
|founding||1622 (first opening)
|Students||16,589 (WS 2018/19)|
|Employee||2,938 (WS 2018/19)|
|including professors||145 (WS 2018/19)|
|Annual budget||168.8 million euros (WS 2018/19)|
|Networks||AARC , IAU|
The University of Salzburg (full name Paris-Lodron -Universität Salzburg , today internally abbreviated to PLUS mainly in the administrative area ) is an Austrian university in Salzburg . It was founded in 1622 as a Benedictine university and existed in this form until it was dissolved in 1810. In 1962, the university was re-established under state sponsorship.
The first Habsburg full universities were the University of Vienna and the Albert Ludwig University of Freiburg . The University of Salzburg does not have the “classical” faculties of medicine and philosophy , but is divided into the four faculties of Catholic theology , law , cultural and social sciences, and natural sciences .
The total of 26 buildings are spread across the city, and in recent years there has been an increasing number of settlements in the old town ( old town university , revitalization of important monuments). In addition to the central administration of the university and parts of the Faculty of Law in Kapitelgasse , the Catholic Faculty and the Salzburg University Library in the Old University, departments of the Faculty of Law and the Humanities are also located in the Old Residence and the House of Social Sciences at 42 Rudolfskai. In addition, in the Nonntal district there is the Unipark Nonntal of the Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences with over 5500 students as well as the central building of the Faculty of Natural Sciences in Freisaal with the Botanical Garden of the University of Salzburg and the Salzburg Pharmacist Garden .
With over 16,500 students and 2,900 employees, the university is the largest educational institution in the city and state of Salzburg . The proportion of women among the students is around 60%, the proportion of foreigners around 30% (66% of them from Germany due to the proximity to the border ).
On July 23, 1622 Albert III. Keuslin appointed the first Rector Magnificus of the Benedictine University of Salzburg. On October 5, Emperor Ferdinand II elevated the Benedictine grammar school in Salzburg to a university and on October 8, 1622 the university was officially opened by its founder, the Archbishop of Salzburg Paris Count von Lodron . At that time, a group of Salzburg, Swiss, South German and Austrian Benedictine monasteries took over the building and maintenance of the university. They sent professors and their students there. As early as the first half of the 17th century, theological and philosophical lectures as well as legal and medical lectures were held. In 1718 Abbot Rupert Neß von Ottobeuren took over the chairmanship of the university.
In 1810, after Salzburg was incorporated into the Kingdom of Bavaria , the university was dissolved and a lyceum (with theological and philosophical content) and a medical school were built in its place . The theological section of the Lyceum was raised again to the rank of a university faculty in 1850 (Salzburg has been part of Austria again since 1816), and the Lyceum was dissolved. The structure of the old university is expressed with the sundial fresco by Georg Jung, member of the Sonderbund of Austrian Artists , on the south facade of the old university building: The Madonna (from the miraculous image of Maria Plain ) acts as the patron saint of Salzburg and hovers over the three faculties of theology, Philosophy and Jurisprudence.
During the First World War , the Salzburg University Association tried in vain to move the Franz Joseph University from Czernowitz to Salzburg. It was not until 1962, around 150 years after it was closed, that the University of Salzburg was re-founded. 1964 was the year in which the inauguration of the first rector and the resumption of study at the Faculty of Philosophy took place. It was later gradually expanded to include today's four faculties: Catholic theology, law, cultural and social sciences and natural sciences.
The elimination of tuition fees and entrance tests resulted in a sharp increase in the number of students from 13,599 in the 2006/07 winter semester to 15,722 in the 2009/10 winter semester. This particularly affected the subjects of psychology and communication studies , the latter lectures of which had to be held repeatedly in external event halls. Since the proportion of students from Germany was over 40%, in the winter semester 2010/11 - in accordance with the other Austrian universities - an entry restriction and an entrance test for the fields of communication science and psychology were introduced.
Awards and internationalization
In spring 2014 the university received the HR Excellence in Research Award from the European Commission , which is presented for the implementation of the European Charter for Researchers, the Code of Conduct for the recruitment of researchers and for the commitment to the realization of attractive working conditions. The aim of the initiative is to identify and reward institutions that offer fair and transparent recruitment procedures and good career prospects and thus promote the mobility of researchers in Europe . 206 institutions across the EU received the HR Excellence in Research Award; in Austria these are, in addition to the University of Salzburg, the FWF Science Fund , the Medical University of Graz and the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences, Vienna .
The university maintains numerous Erasmus partnerships with universities in other European countries (European Union, Iceland , Norway , Liechtenstein , Turkey and Switzerland - currently suspended). In 2013 the University of Salzburg was voted the most popular and attractive university in Austria by Erasmus students; The university is one of the ten most popular universities for this group of students across Europe. In addition, there are joint study and exchange programs with partner universities around the world, international summer schools together with other universities and exchange opportunities in the International Student Exchange Program (ISEP). There are also numerous opportunities for academic staff to undertake short and long-term teaching and research stays abroad. The University of Salzburg currently has 400 cooperation agreements with around 230 universities worldwide.
The Media & Communication Management Program (MCM) of the Sino-Austrian Center for Media & Communication Management has existed together with the Fudan University in Shanghai since 2004 . The core of the partnership is a reciprocal student exchange between master’s students from the Communication Science Department in Salzburg and the Fudan University Journalism School in Shanghai as well as the Beijing Foreign Studies University in Beijing and the Nanjing Normal University in Nanjing . Since 2007, joint research projects and conferences have been carried out by the partners and there are exchange programs at employee level and for doctoral students . In January 2015, the joint event Shanghai-Salzburg Seminar Series (SSSS) of both institutes took place for the first time in Salzburg, under the umbrella of Internet studies there were lectures and workshops on the topics of digital economy , social media , eParticipation and culture & values . A new edition of the Shanghai-Salzburg Seminar Series is planned for 2016 in Shanghai.
The university does not have an explicit main building. Since it emerged from the old Benedictine university, today's theological faculty, the newer departments were primarily created in the Nonntal district south of the old town. Since the 1980s, attempts have been made to relocate university life more to the city center (old town university ) . For this purpose, historical old buildings in public ownership, which have to be preserved for monument protection reasons, are gradually being adapted for university purposes. It also counteracted the threat of inner- city evacuation in Salzburg . Today, the university is spread over a large number of locations, and only the four faculties each have a representative main building. The adaptations of the old town as well as the new buildings include several contributions to modern architecture that will be integrated into the UNESCO World Heritage Historic Center of the City of Salzburg .
Rectorate and Administration
The Rector of the University of Salzburg was the Austrian theologian Heinrich Schmidinger from 2001 to the end of September 2019 , who also chaired the Austrian University Conference between 2011 and 2015 . On February 21, 2019, the German internist Hendrik Lehnert was elected Rector by the University Council for the following term of office (October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2024). Heinrich Schmidinger had not applied for this term.
In the current term of office (October 1, 2019 to September 30, 2024), Nicola Hüsing will also act as Vice- Rector for Research and Sustainability, Katja Hutter as Vice- Rector for Digitization and Innovation, Barbara Romauer as Vice- Rector for Finance and Resources and Martin Weichbold as Vice Rector for Teaching and Studies.
The administration is now located in the three chapter houses in Kapitelgasse in the old town . The large university auditorium ( Mozartaula ) on Max-Reinhardt-Platz and the library auditorium in the university library in Hofstallgasse function as university ballrooms .
From March 1, 2018 to February 28, 2023, the University Council is composed as follows: Georg Lienbacher (Chair), Brigitta Zöchling-Jud (Deputy Chair), Wolfgang Anzengruber , Barbara Blaha , Johannes Hörl (General Director of the GROHAG Group) , Elisabeth Rech (lawyer in Vienna) and Helmut J. Schmidt .
Faculties and departments
According to the university's organizational plan, the University of Salzburg today consists of four faculties : The Catholic-Theological Faculty (Dean: Alois Halbmayr ), the Law Faculty (Dean: Michael Rainer ), the Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences (Dean: Martin Knoll ) and the Faculty of Natural Sciences (Dean: Arne Bathke ). The four faculties are subdivided into 30 departments, there are also three inter-faculty departments and the School of Education as the central facility for teaching training . This structure replaces the old division of the faculties into institutes. Some of the earlier institutes have been continued as departments since 2004, others have been merged as a new department.
A medical faculty was included in the university's organizational plan in 1975, but was never fully implemented. After the founding of the Paracelsus Medical Private University in Salzburg, there is no longer any need to do so, and the establishment of such a faculty is no longer part of the new organizational plan that came into force in 2004.
|Catholic Theological Faculty (KTH Faculty)|
|Faculty of Law (RW Faculty)|
|Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences (KGW Faculty)|
|Faculty of Natural Sciences (NW Faculty)|
|Inter-faculty departments (IFFB)|
Other organizational units
In addition to the departments, there are special institutions and focal points as further organizational units for research and teaching tasks:
- University Sports Institute USI (assigned to the Department of Sports and Exercise Science as a separate department)
- School of Education
- Cooperation focus on science and art
- Literature archive Salzburg
- Austrian Institute for Human Rights (ÖIM)
- Salzburg ManagementBusiness School (SMBS), implementation of university courses
- Stefan Zweig Center
- Knowledge network for law, business and the world of work
- Center for Ethics and Poverty Research
- Center for Jewish Cultural History
- Interdisciplinary Center for the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times (IZMF) / Institute for Reality Studies of the Middle Ages and Early Modern Times (IMAREAL)
- Middle High German term database (MHDBDB)
- Center for Intercultural Theology and Study of Religions
- Center for Research into the Christian East
- (As of 2015)
- Allergy-Cancer-BioNano Research Center
- Center for Cognitive Neuroscience
- Salzburg Center of European Union Studies
Other institutions and university-related organizations:
- University library
- Campus at Techno-Z Salzburg (Salzburg Research)
- The university is a member of the Alliance of Sustainable Universities , which was founded in 2012 with the aim of promoting sustainability at universities.
|Course of study||Faculty||graduation||semester|
|Classical Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|English and American studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|biology||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|Digitization Innovation Society||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|geography||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|geology||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|German studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|history||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Computer science||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|Engineering||Faculty of Natural Sciences /
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (TU Munich)
|Catholic religious education||Catholic Theological Faculty||B.Rel.Ed.Univ.||8th|
|Communication science||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Art history||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|linguistics||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Sc.||6th|
|mathematics||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|Molecular Life Sciences||Faculty of Natural Sciences /
JKU & Biophysics Institute Linz
|Music and dance studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|pedagogy||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Philosophy at the Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Philosophy at the Catholic Theological Faculty||Catholic Theological Faculty||BA||6th|
|Philosophy, politics and economics||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences,
Faculty of Law
|Political science||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|psychology||Faculty of Science||B.Sc.||6th|
|law and economy||Faculty of Law||LLB.oec.||6th|
|Romance studies in general||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|French Romance Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Romance Studies Italian||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Romance Studies Portuguese||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Romance Studies Spanish||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|Slavic Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||BA||6th|
|sociology||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.SSc.||6th|
|Sports and exercise science||IFFB Sport and Exercise Science / USI||B.Sc.||6th|
|Language-economy-culture||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences,
Faculty of Law
|Course of study||Faculty||graduation||semester|
|Ancient history and antiquity||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Ancient cultures and archeologies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Applied Geoinformatics||IFFB Geoinformatics - Z_GIS||M.Sc.||4th|
|Applied Image and Signal Processing||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|Chemistry and Physics of Materials||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||3|
|Copernicus Master in Digital Earth||IFFB Geoinformatics - Z_GIS||M.Sc.||4th|
|Data science||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|Digital communication leadership||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Ecology and Evolution||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|pedagogy||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|European Union Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|geography||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|geology||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|German studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|history||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Human-Computer Interaction||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|Computer science||Faculty of Science||Dipl.-Ing.||4th|
|Jewish cultural history||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Catholic religious education||Catholic Theological Faculty||M. Theol.||4th|
|Classical archeology||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Classical Philology with a focus on Greek Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Classical Philology with a focus on Latin Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Communication science||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Art history||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Literary and cultural studies with a focus on English and American studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Literary and cultural studies with a focus on Greek and Latin studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Literary and cultural studies with a focus on comparative literature||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Literary and cultural studies with a focus on Romance studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Literary and cultural studies with a focus on Slavic studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|mathematics||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|Medical Biology||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|Molecular Life Sciences||Faculty of Natural Sciences /
JKU & Biophysics Institute Linz
|Music and dance studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Philosophy||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Philosophy at the Catholic Theological Faculty||Catholic Theological Faculty||MA||4th|
|Political Science - Integration & Governance||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|psychology||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|Psycho-, Neuro- & Clinical Linguistics||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||M.Sc.||4th|
|law and economy||Faculty of Law||LLM.oec.||4th|
|Religious Studies||Catholic Theological Faculty||MA||4th|
|Science and Technology of Materials||Faculty of Science||M.Sc.||4th|
|sociology||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||M.SSc.||4th|
|Sports and exercise science||IFFB Sport and Exercise Science / USI||M.Sc.||4th|
|Sports management media||IFFB Sport and Exercise Science / USI||M.Sc.||4th|
|Linguistics with a focus on English and American studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Linguistics with a focus on German studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Linguistics with a focus on linguistics||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Linguistics with a focus on Romance studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Linguistics with a focus on Slavic Studies||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||MA||4th|
|Economics||Faculty of Law||M.Sc.||4th|
|Course of study||Faculty||graduation||semester|
|Catholic theology||Catholic Theological Faculty||Mag. Theol.||10|
|law Sciences||Faculty of Law||Mag. Iur.||8th|
Teacher training courses
|Course of study||Faculty||graduation||semester|
|movement and sport||IFFB Sport and Exercise Science / USI||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Visual education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Biology and environmental studies||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|chemistry||School of Education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|German||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|English||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|nutrition and household||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|French||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Geography and economics||Faculty of Science||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|History, Social Studies and Political Education||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Design - subject of technical work||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Greek||School of Education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|IT and IT management||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Instrumental music education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Italian||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Catholic religion||Catholic Theological Faculty||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Latin||School of Education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|mathematics||School of Education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Music education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|physics||School of Education||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Psychology and philosophy||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Russian||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Spanish||Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Textile design||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|Basic vocational training technology||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8th|
|Basic vocational training management||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8th|
|Specialization in inclusive education with a focus on disabilities||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
|School and religion specialization||B.Ed. / M.Ed.||8 + 4|
ÖH University of Salzburg
The " Austrian Student Union at the University of Salzburg" (ÖH Uni Salzburg) is the legal representative of students at the University of Salzburg. For the students of the university there is a compulsory membership in the corporation under public law .
The student body at the University of Salzburg represents the students on three different levels. It also offers students help with an advice center and publishes the Uni: Press magazine every quarter.
The university student body is the most important collegial body of the student body at the University of Salzburg and is re-elected every two years, most recently in May 2019. The current coalition since July 1, 2019 is between the Greens and Alternative Students (GRAS), the Association of Socialist Students inside in Austria (VSStÖ) and the list of critical & independent students (LUKS), which together hold 10 of the 15 seats. The chairwoman of the ÖH Uni Salzburg has been Keya Baier from GRAS since July 1, 2019 , the first deputy chairwoman is Hande Armagan (VSStÖ), the second deputy is Raphaela Maier from LUKS.
The 15 mandates of the university representatives have been filled as follows since the last election:
|fraction||Mandates 2015||Mandates 2017||Mandates 2019|
|Green & Alternative Students (GRAS)||5||3||6th|
|Association of Socialist Students in Austria (VSStÖ)||4th||4th||2|
|Action Community (AG)||5||6th||4th|
|Communist Student Association (KSV)||0||0||n / A|
|Ring of Freedom Students (RFS)||0||0||0|
|JUNOS - Young Liberal NEOS (JUNOS)||1||1||1|
|Student Union List Austria (FLUS)||n / A||1||n / A|
|List of Critical & Independent Students (LUKS)||n / A||n / A||2|
The turnout was 18.42% in 2017 and 20.26% in 2019.
At the level of the faculty and study representatives, there is a choice of persons, but not a list.
The student representatives at faculty level are the four faculty representatives (FVen): Representation of the Faculty of Culture and Social Sciences (FV-KGW), Representation of the Natural Science Faculty (FV-NaWi), Representation of the Law Faculty (FV-Jus) and Representation of the Catholic -Theological Faculty (FV-Theology).
Further organs of the students are the student representatives (StVen). There are student representatives for every regular degree (diploma or bachelor / master degree), as well as for the four doctoral programs of the individual faculties. Since July 1, 2017, there has also been a separate student representative for the first time for teacher training.
ÖH advisory center
The ÖH advisory center helps with matters relating to the study department as well as with official matters (study grant authority, tax office, etc.). There are answers and assistance to all questions and concerns about studying such as B. Choice of study, registration / continuation, change of study, tuition fees and intervenes - if necessary - with the appropriate offices. The ÖH advisory center also offers free legal advice on tenancy law as well as labor and social law. The advice center is located in the new Unipark Nonntal (Erzabt-Klotz-Straße 1). Organizationally, the advice center is part of the ÖH university representation. Elba Frank has been the head of the advice center since October 1, 2017.
Old University and Lyceum
- Bernhard Waibel (1617–1699), Benedictine priest
- Franz Mezger (1632–1701), philosopher and Benedictine
- Joseph Mezger (1635–1683), Benedictine, theologian, lawyer and historian
- Paul Mezger (1637–1702), Benedictine, theologian and university professor
- Franziskus Klesin (1643–1708), abbot of the Ochsenhausen monastery
- Hieronymus II. Lindau (1657–1719), abbot of the Ochsenhausen monastery
- Beda Werner (1673–1725), abbot of the Ochsenhausen monastery
- Franz Joseph von Herz zu Herzfeld (1681–1739), legal scholar and university professor
- Oddo Scharz (1691–1749), Benedictine priest and canon lawyer
- Ulrich Weiß (1713–1763), Benedictine priest
- Leopold Mozart (1719–1787), German composer
- Anton Johann Lipowsky (1723–1780), lawyer and historian
- Johann Franz Thaddäus von Kleimayrn (1733–1805), statesman and scholar from Salzburg
- Johann Damascen von Kleimayrn (1735–1810), German Benedictine priest, university professor and last abbot of Wessobrunn
- Thaddäus Ferdinand Lipowsky (1738–1767), civil servant and musician
- Modest Butterer (1738–1784), Benedictine priest and legal scholar
- Erwin Kräutler (* 1939), Roman Catholic religious, missionary and bishop of Xingu
- Herbert Dachs (* 1943), Austrian political scientist
- Paulus Maria Weigele (* 1943), abbot of the Ottobeuren monastery
- Wolfgang Vyslozil (* 1945), Austrian media manager and university lecturer
- Peter Michaelis (* 1946), Austrian manager
- Ulrich Wutzke (* 1946), German geologist
- Gerhart Holzinger (* 1947), Austrian constitutional lawyer
- Benita Ferrero-Waldner (* 1948), Austrian diplomat and politician
- Helga Rabl-Stadler (* 1948), Austrian politician and cultural manager
- Franz Schausberger (* 1950), Austrian politician and historian
- Wolfgang Eder (* 1952), Austrian steel manager
- Karl-Markus Gauß (* 1954), Austrian writer
- Erich Hackl (* 1954), Austrian writer and translator
- Andreas Maislinger (* 1955), Austrian historian and political scientist
- Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal (* 1957), Austrian diplomat
- Astrid Rössler (* 1959), Austrian politician and state councilor in Salzburg
- Brigitta Pallauf (* 1960), Austrian politician
- Renate Egger-Wenzel (* 1961), Old Testament scholar
- Toni Giger (* 1963), Austrian alpine ski trainer
- Gabi Burgstaller (* 1963), Austrian politician
- Hannes Ametsreiter (* 1967), Austrian telecommunications manager
- Alois von und zu Liechtenstein (* 1968), Hereditary Prince
- Martina Berthold (* 1970), Austrian politician and regional councilor in Salzburg
- Alexandra Föderl-Schmid (* 1971), Austrian journalist, editor-in-chief and co-publisher of the daily newspaper Der Standard and derstandard.at
- Hannes Leitgeb (* 1972), Austrian mathematician and philosopher
- Claudia Praxmayer (* 197x), Austrian writer, conservation specialist and biologist
- Tobias Regner (* 1982), German rock singer
- Daniela Holzinger-Vogtenhuber (* 1987), Austrian politician
Old University and Lyceum
- 1673–1681 Benedict Pettschacher (1634–1701), Benedictine
- 1741–1744 Oddo Scharz (1691–1749), Benedictine priest and canon lawyer
- 1788–1792 Johann Damascen von Kleimayrn (1735–1810), Benedictine priest, university professor and last abbot of Wessobrunn
- 1805/06: Aegidius Jais (1750–1822), Benedictine priest, Roman Catholic theologian and university professor
- 1964/65: Egon Lendl
- 1965/66: Carl Holböck
- 1966/67: René Marcic
- 1967/68: Stefan Rehrl
- 1968/69: Wolfgang Waldstein
- 1969/70: Rudolf Baehr
- 1970/71: Stefan Rehrl
- 1971/72: Friedrich Koja
- 1972/73: Ingo Reiffenstein
- 1973/74: Franz Nikolasch
- 1974/75: Franz Matscher
- 1975/76 and 1976/77: Hans Wagner
- 1977/78 and 1978/79: Wilhelm Josef Revers
- 1979/80 and 1982/83: Wolfgang Beilner
- 1983/84 and 1984/85: Friedrich Koja
- 1985/86 and 1986/87: Joachim Dalfen
- 1987/88 and 1988/89: Fritz Schweiger
- 1989/90 and 1990/91: Theodor W. Köhler
- 1991/92 and 1992/93: Alfred Kyrer
- 1993/94 and 1994/95: Edgar Morscher
- 1995/96 to 2000/01: Adolf Haslinger
- 2001/02 to 2018/19: Heinrich Schmidinger
- since 2019/20: Hendrik Lehnert
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