City: Vienna Country: Austria
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- The University of Vienna was founded by Duke Rudolph IV in 1365.
- It is the oldest university in the German-speaking world and one of the largest in Central Europe.
- Roughly one quarter of students are non-Austrians, more than 2,000 exchange students are welcomed and supported at the University each year.
- Conversely, the University assists the mobility of around 1,000 outgoing students.
- It is associated with 15 Nobel prize winners and has been the academic home of a large number of figures both of historical and academic importance.
- The University of Vienna does not have one joint campus. The academic facilities occupy more than sixty locations throughout the city of Vienna.
When Can I Go?
Terms Offered: Fall, Winter, Full Year
Semester 1: October 1 – January 31
Semester 2: March 1 – June 30
Open to: All Faculties
Level: Undergraduate, Graduate
Language of Instruction: English, German (Students wanting to take courses at their Centre of Translation Studies will need to demonstrate a B2 level of German skills at the undergraduate level or a C1 level of German skills at the graduate level.)
Field of Study: All
Most University of Vienna courses are offered in German. The following departments usually also offer at least some courses in English: Biology, Business, Law, English and American Studies, History, Politicial Science, Anthropology and Philosophy (there may be others). Courses taught in English are marked with a blue button labelled "en" in their online course catalogue u:find. It has 17 program offerings at the graduate level in English.
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