University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt

University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt

Johannes-Gutenberg-Straße 3, 2700 Wiener Neustadt, Austria

The University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt was founded in 1994 as the first university of applied sciences in Austria. At 4 locations in Wiener Neustadt, Wiesel castle, Tulln and Rudolfiner Vienna Students can choose from a wide range of courses on offer in 5 faculties - business, engineering, health, safety, sports - and a total of 14 bachelor and 14 master's degree programs.

The university city of Wiener Neustadt (New Vienna) with its 40.000 inhabitants is situated just 40 minutes by car from Vienna and on the border to Burgenland. As a young and modern city, Wiener Neustadt has a lot to offer its inhabitants and visitors.

Programs offered for exchange students entirely taught in English: Business Consultancy International , Med Tech and Aerospace Engineering

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Guaranteed accommodation - WIHAST student dormitory contract to be signed/deposit to be paid.

External Funding Available: Yes
Availability: 5
Academic Dates:

Semester 1: end of August to mid-December Semester 2: mid-February to mid-June

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Program Type: Exchange
Language: English , German
Available Subjects: business and entrepreneurship , economics
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Approximate Expenses per month in Euro: 280,00 (student dormitory), Total cost of living: ~ € 700,00

Airport pick-up available.

Visa Requirements: Student Visa required for all non EU students. Apply in person at the Austrian Consulate/Embassy.
Additional Information:

External funding may be available:

  • Undergraduate students enrolled in a program focused on international business, finance, economics, or a combination of business with environmental/sustainability studies -  EDC scholarships


Greg Toole, BBA 2011, on exchange in Winter 2010.

“Looking back one year since leaving for my exchange in Austria, I still consider it to be the best decision I've ever made. In the five months I spent studying abroad, I had some unforgettable times and forged friendships that will last a lifetime. Immersing myself in another culture was a great learning experience, and it made me reexamine what it means to me to be Canadian. Not only was my semester abroad the best I've had yet, it contributed something special to my university experience that I couldn't have gotten any other way.”