Why study in Austria?

Austria may be a small country, but it raises a big fist on European education. The country appears to be more secure, with less crime and a better standard of living. Austria is also a cultural center.

Austrian universities have a very foreign nature, with more than 15% of the total number of students coming from overseas.

If you study in Austria you will be studying in one of the most beautiful countries in the world, right in the heart of Europe.

Requirements for study in Austria

  1. Application for admission – University application form (can be downloaded from the university page or submitted). The nominee should indicate the program he or she wishes to study and personal information.
  2. Proof of nationality and a copy of the official ID and photograph or valid travel document (if applicable).
  3. General university admission requirements (certified copies of international students)

– bachelor’s and diploma degree: high school or equivalent leaving certificate

– for advanced studies: bachelor or similar degree

– of medical studies: diploma, master or similar degree

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What are the best programs in Austria?

The Austrian education system is complex, with a variety of institutions offering undergraduate degrees. Most programs are offered in German, but some universities are pursuing English language courses as a way to attract foreign students.

There are a variety of prestigious institutions in Austria that have a large number of foreign students who choose to study at business schools, medical universities, and engineering universities.

Whether you want to study for a bachelor’s, master’s, MBA or PhD, Studee can help you find a suitable place to study abroad.

University of Vienna

The University of Vienna is the highest Austrian university, 154th in the world in the QS World University Rankings. It is also the largest university in Austria, and, after celebrating 650th in 2015, is the oldest in the German-speaking world. Today it is one of the largest universities in Europe, with an estimated 94,000 students enrolled. It teaches across a broad subject, especially in German but with a large number of master-degrees taught in English. The university is associated with 15 Nobel Prize winners, including the recipient of the 2004 Literature Prize, Elfriede Jelinek. Its power is being distributed in more than 60 locations in the Austrian capital.

Universität Innsbruck

Ranked 286th in the world, the University of Innsbruck surpasses even the University of Vienna in terms of international performance. It ranks among the top 35 in the world in terms of overseas student equity, and the top 95 in the number of faculty members abroad. The total enrollment of students at the university is about 28,000, making it the third largest in Austria. Its resources are spread throughout the picturesque city of Innsbruck, in the western part of the country, famous for its iceberg. Given this mountainous area, it is not surprising that the University of Innsbruck is best known for its work in the field of mountain research.

Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz

Known as the University of Graz, Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz is ranked among 480 higher education institutions. It was founded in 1585, making it the oldest university in Austria. It is also the second largest Austrian university, with more than 32,500 students enrolled. Like Universität Innsbruck, the University of Graz has recently been separated from its medical technology, the Medical University of Graz, now an independent institution. Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz also collaborates with Graz University of Technology to offer joint programs in natural science and biology.