Education and training in health care

Graduates in human medicine

2019/20
1 518

Graduates on non-medical health professions at universities of applied sciences

2019/20
1 870

Graduates on medical assistant professions

2019/20
3 358

Description

Human medicine can be studied in Austria at eight, dentistry at five universities.

Courses on non-medical health professions are offered at universities of applied sciences. These include training for physiotherapy service, medical-technical laboratory service, radiological-technical service, dietary service and nutritional-medical counselling service, occupational therapy service, logopaedic-phoniatric-audiological service, orthoptic service, midwifery and health and nursing care.

Furthermore, there are schools for medical assistant professions as well as schools for other training in the health sector, e. g. paramedic, masseur.

The results are taken from the school and university statistics of Statistics Austria.

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Highlights

Medical students since the academic year 1970/71 by sex (table)

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, University Statistics. Compiled on 08 November 2021. – From 2006/07 onwards, decline in the number of students due to the introduction of admission restrictions and admission procedures at medical universities in Austria.

S: STATISTICS AUSTRIA, School and University Statistics. Compiled on 08 November 2021.

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