Amend The University Act 2002 And Of Study Support Act Of 1992

Original Language Title: Änderung des Universitätsgesetzes 2002 und des Studienförderungsgesetzes 1992

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18. Federal Act, with which the University Act 2002 and the Study Promotion Act 1992 are amended

The National Council has decided:

Article I

The University Act 2002, BGBl. I n ° 120/2002, as last amended by the Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I n ° 52/2012, shall be amended as follows:

1. § 91 (1) to (3) are:

" (1) Ordinary students with the nationality of an EU or EEA State and ordinary students to whom Austria has to grant the same rights for access to the profession under a treaty other than international law, such as Austrian nationals, if they have the envisaged period of study of a Bachelor's or Master's degree within the meaning of § 51 (2) (26) and § 54 (3), with 30 ECTS credits corresponding to one semester, or a doctoral degree or a course of studies of a diploma degree by more than two semesters, To pay a tuition fee of 363.36 Euro for each semester. The tuition fee will be increased by 10vH in the final payment period. Also extraordinary students who are admitted exclusively for visiting individual courses from scientific subjects, have a tuition fee of 363,36 euros for each student, regardless of their nationality. Semester to be paid.

(2) From ordinary students from third countries who are not under para. 1 or the person group according to § 1 of the Regulation of the Federal Minister of Science and Transport on the establishment of groups of persons in the admission to regular studies (Person Group Regulation), BGBl. II No 211/1997, as amended by the BGBl Regulation. II no. 15/1998, and which are covered by a residence permit for students in accordance with § 64 of the German Law on the Law of the Niederlassungs-und Residence Act (NAG), BGBl. I n ° 100/2005, a tuition fee of 726.72 euros per semester is to be raised. All other ordinary students from third countries who do not fall under the first sentence of paragraph 1 or the first sentence of paragraph 2 must be required to make a study contribution in accordance with paragraph 1.

(3) Students who are admitted to several studies, including at several universities, have to pay the tuition fee only once. "

2. § 143 (29), in the version BGBl. I n ° 52/2012, the following paragraph 30 is added:

(30) Study contributions in accordance with § 91 (1) to (3) in the version BGBl. I n ° 18/2013 are to be paid starting from the summer semester 2013. If there is no innovation in the tuition fees scheme by 1 June 2014, the present version will remain in force. The following regulations concerning tuition fees in university statutes shall apply from 1 June 2012 to the effective date of Article 91 (1) to (3) of the Federal Law Gazette (BGBl). I n ° 18/2013 as federal law:

1.

§ 23 and § 23a of the Articles of Association of the University of Vienna, expressed in the newsletter of the University of Vienna of 2 May 2012, 22. Piece, No 129;

2.

Part of the articles of study of the statutes of the University of Graz, published in the newsletter of the University of Graz, 6th June 2012, 35.a Piece, 38. Special number;

3.

§ 44 of the Statutes of the Articles of Association of the University of Innsbruck, published in the newsletter of the University of Innsbruck on June 19, 2012, 35. Piece, No 322;

4.

§ 31 and § 31a of the Statutes of the Statutes of the Articles of Association of the Technical University of Graz, published in the newsletter of the Technical University of Graz, 6 June 2012, 17. Piece, No. 167;

5.

§ 22 and § 23 of the Statutes of the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna, published in the newsletter of the University of Veterinary Medicine, Vienna of 1 June 2012, 21. Piece, No. 49;

6.

§ 29a and § 29b of the Articles of Association of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, published in the newsletter of the Vienna University of Economics and Business, dated 16 May 2012, 33. Piece, No 208;

7.

§ 46 and § 47 of the Statutes of the Articles of Association of the University of Linz, published in the newsletter of the University of Linz, 29 June 2012, 26. Piece, No 228;

8.

§ 1 and § 2 of the Statutes of the Statutes of the University Mozarteum Salzburg, published in the newsletter of the Mozarteum University Salzburg of 21 May 2012, 23. Piece, No. 42;

9.

§ 121 and § 122 of the Articles of Association of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, expressed in the newsletter of the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz, 20 June 2012, Newsletter 20.

Article II

The Study Promotion Act 1992, BGBl. No. 305, as last amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 135/2009, shall be amended as follows:

Section 32 (4) reads as follows:

" (4) As free amounts must be taken into account

1.

in the case of the parents and the spouse or the registered partner of the student,

a)

if income from non-self-employed labour is used for the purpose of calculation in accordance with section 25 (1) of the EStG 1988, a further EUR 1 650 is used;

b)

if only with one parent's income in the sense of the lit. a, with this EUR 2 350;

2.

in the case of the parents and the spouse or the registered partner of the student, a further EUR 1 600 each, provided that only income from non-self-employed work within the meaning of Article 25 (1) of the EStG 1988 and tax-free references pursuant to § 9 Z 1 and Z 3 to the Calculation shall be used. "

(2) The following paragraph 29 is added to § 78:

" (29) § 32 (4) of this Federal Act, as amended by the Federal Law BGBl. I n ° 18/2013 will enter into force on 1 September 2013. "

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