Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Leisure Time

Situated in the heart of the Alps, the two-time host of the Winter Olympics and high-end tourist destination Innsbruck provides a wealth of year-round sports and leisure opportunities.

Close cooperation with the Innsbruck University Sports Institute (USI) provides MCI students, lecturers, and employees with highly modern facilities for a broad range of sports opportunities at attractive terms.

The following steps have to be followed for registration:

  • Open your myMCI account and go to Private sphere to authorize the digital transfer of the personal data required for online registration for USI courses.
  • Following authorization, the required data will be made available to the USI database within one day. Then use this link to enter a login password for course registration.

The user name for your USI account is the e-mail address provided to USI, i.e.

  •  in the case of Bachelor and Master students, the long mci4me e-mail address e.g. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.; this e-mail address is listed as your “alternative e-mail address” on myMCI under Profile/mci4me Account)
  • in the case of Executive Education students, the (private) e-mail address notified to the MCI
  • in the case of MCI faculty, also the (private) e-mail address notified to the MCI
  • in the case of MCI staff, the MCI e-mail address (e.g. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.); authorization for data release via MCI Designer required (instructions).

If you have any questions or encounter any problems with registration, please contact:

Universitäts-Sportinstitut
Innsbruck (USI)
Fürstenweg 185
6020 Innsbruck

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For students wishing to participate and take on responsibilities outside of the classroom, too, Innsbruck’s various student societies offer excellent opportunities for making practical use of and further developing their knowledge and skills.


Innsbruck Student Societies (ISS)

Innsbruck Student Societies (ISS) is the umbrella organization for Innsbruck’s leading student societies: AIESEC, AMSA, ELSA, icons – consulting by students, StuCon, Uni Management Club and Die Zeitlos – Das Studentenmagazin.

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Facebook: www.facebook.com/InnsbruckStudentSocieties


Profiles and contacts for Innsbruck’s leading student societies:


AIESEC Association Internationale des Étudiants en Sciences Économiques et Commerciales

Founded in 1948; the largest international student organization
126 countries, Austria: 8 branches
Objectives: Strengthening the global community through cultural exchange and international cooperation
Activities: Employment in various departments (e.g. Talent Management, Finance,
Public Relations & Marketing, etc.), organizing paid and unpaid internships for students

Internet: www.aiesec.at
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Facebook: www.facebook.com/aiesecaustria


AMSA Austrian Medical Students’ Association

Founded in 1951, affiliated to IFMSA (International Federation of Medical Students’ Associations)
IFMSA is the oldest and largest independent NGO in the world.
118 countries, Austria: 4 branches
Objectives: Intercultural exchange for students of medicine
Activities: Aid programs, international meetings, internships, workshops, campaigns (e.g. Aids, vaccination programs, human rights, etc.)

Internet: www.amsa.at
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AMSA.Austria?fref=ts


ELSA European Law Students Association

Founded in 1981; the world’s largest independent organization for students of law
42 countries, Austria: 6 branches
Objectives: “International – Career – Social Network”; awareness building for human rights, practical experience for students of law and MCI students in programs involving law
Activities: Moot courts, Winter Law School, delegations to international organizations, law office experience, student exchanges, paid STEP internships throughout Europe, etc.

Internet: www.elsa-innsbruck.org
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/elsa.innsbruck?fref=ts


icons – consulting by students

Founded in 2006; the largest student consulting organization in Austria, one of the largest junior enterprises in Europe
Austria: 2 branches
Objectives: Practical business experience in interdisciplinary teams
Activities: Consulting (marketing, IT solutions, sales, human resources)

Internet: www.icons.at
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/icons.at?fref=ts


DIE ZEITLOS

Founded in 2011; independent student magazine published once a semester
Objectives: Practical experience for participants, knowledge sharing
Activities: Journalism, editing, (Web) design, advertising acquisition, event management, video skills, photography, marketing

Internet: www.diezeitlos.at
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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dieZeitlos?fref=ts

Roman Catholic University Parish

In order to give MCI students, faculty and staff access to pastoral care and a church community, the MCI has been affiliated to the University Parish of St. Clement in Innsbruck.

Recognized in ecclesiastic law in 1980, the University Parish is a personal parish, i.e. it serves the needs of a specific group of persons. Originally, only Catholics at the Leopold Franz University and the Medical University could be parishioners, but now students and staff of the MCI are also eligible to join this parish, which was created specifically to provide pastoral care at the university. The parish church is the Neue Universitätskirche on the Innrain, and there is also a community center in Josef-Hirn-Strasse.

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Evangelical Church of Salzburg-Tyrol

Among Austria's 8 million inhabitants are over 356,500 members of the Evangelical Church of the Augsburg Confession and 19,500 members of the Evangelical Church of the Helvetian Confession, making a total of 4.7 percent of the Austrian population. There are about 30,000 Protestants living in the Diocese of Salzburg-Tyrol.

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Innsbruck's Muslim Religious Community for the Tyrol

The Muslim Religious Community sees its main role in helping Muslims living in Austria preserve their Muslim identity while also developing roots in the country's pluralistic democratic society. This is done by promoting integration through participation.

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Jewish Religious Community for the Tyrol and Vorarlberg

In recent years, the work of the Jewish Religious Community has seen collaboration between a variety of people and institutions, including the municipal, regional and federal authorities, and the Office of the Roman Catholic Diocese. After an interval of sixty years, bar mitzvahs and brit milahs are again being celebrated, and although its over one hundred members are scattered around the Tyrol and Vorarlberg, the festival of pesach is again the main social event for the community, which today includes people of all age groups and nationalities and from all walks of life, and a large number of children born in the Tyrol.

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Officially recognized religious communities in Austria

Click here to see a list of all the officially recognized religious communities in Austria.

Student associations are open to university students and alumni. They are committed to the principle of life-long friendship and common ideals and form a traditional part of university life in Austria.

More information on student associations (information only available in German):

Weitere akademische Verbindungen in Tirol

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