Universities

Universities in Austria

University of Vienna 384 Visitors
Graduate
19 Courses
City
Established
Vienna
1365
Status
Type
Public
University
Paris-Lodron University of Salzburg (PLUS) 351 Visitors
City
Established
Salzburg
1622
Status
Type
Public
University
Johannes Kepler University Linz 269 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
2 Courses
21 Courses
City
Established
Linz
1966
Status
Type
Private
University
Vienna University of Technology 265 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
18 Courses
32 Courses
City
Established
Vienna
1815
Status
Type
Private
University
Lauder Business School 273 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
1 Courses
2 Courses
City
Established
Vienna
2003
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
Management Centre Innsbruck (MCI) 231 Visitors
City
Established
Innsbruck
1995
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
University of Innsbruck 240 Visitors
Graduate
11 Courses
City
Established
Innsbruck
1669
Status
Type
Public
University
University of Natural Resources and Applied Life Sciences, Vienna 178 Visitors
Graduate
14 Courses
City
Established
Vienna
1872
Status
Type
Public
Applied Science
Alps-Adriatic University of Klagenfurt 186 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
2 Courses
14 Courses
City
Established
Klagenfurt
1970
Status
Type
Public
University
Sigmund Freud University 191 Visitors
Undergraduate
Graduate
1 Courses
1 Courses
City
Established
Vienna
2005
Status
Type
Private
University
Graz University of Technology (TU Graz) 200 Visitors
Graduate
14 Courses
City
Established
Graz
1811
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
IMC University of Applied Sciences Krems 119 Visitors
City
Established
Krems an der Donau
1994
Status
Type
Private
Applied Science
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Want to study in Austria?

Austria is one of the best country destination to study in Europe. With population almost 9 million people, Austria shares its borders with 8 other countries such as Germany, Czech Republic, Italy and Switzerland. Austria is relatively small, full of tradition and culture, and  offers stunning landscapes and exuberant cities. Austria’s capital, Vienna, ranks as one of the Europe’s cultural capital, and also described as one of the most attractive cities in the world

Some of the universities in Austria are amongst the best in the world. Excellent reputation, high quality of education, and many international awards makes Austria is the right place to pursue higher education. Some of the well-known musician, like Mozart and Strauss, are Austrian. More than that, Austria is one of the highest number of Nobel laureates per capita in the world. In fact, as of late 2012, 19 Austrians had been awarded Nobel Prizes.

Studying Abroad in Austria

Officially rated as one of top study abroad experiences in Europe, students who study in Austria are offered a rich cultural experience with high quality education. These students remark the great courses, professional teachers and relaxed atmosphere as some of the top reasons for choosing to study in Austria.

Higher Education System in Austria

Students who wants to continue their higher education in Austria has a lot of option of study programs and universities. There are more than 22 universities and 500 study options that could be choose by students. International student need not worry because most of the universities in Austria are very international. About one of fifth of the students in Austria come from abroad. The Austrian education system is of a high standard and five Austrian universities recently featured in the Global Top 400 of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2015-2016 – the highest of which is The University of Vienna ranked overall 142 in the World.

Scholarships to Study in Austria

Universities in Austria differ from each other in terms of size and structure. Students who undertake their study in Austria choose from Private universities, University colleges for Teacher education and Universities of the arts. Other than the government, these universities offer financial aids or scholarships to their students as well. Some of the scholarships where Indonesians are eligible to apply are Ernst Mach Grant (EMG), Ernst Mach-Grants - ASEA-UNINET, Special OeAD Scholarships, and Ersnt Mach Follow-up Grant (EZA).


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