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Last updated May, 2019
Students can chose from a wide variety of highly practical undergraduate and graduate courses with a special focus on international content.
German language course
The University offers free German language courses to exchange students.
Short Term Exchange
- Academic Year: September - July
- Fall Semester: September - January
- Spring Semester: February - July
Course Load and Minimum Unit Requirements
- Minimum Course Load - 30 ECTS credits
- Maximum Course Load - 30 ECTS credits
Accommodation and the Cost of Living
Students can apply for accommodation in student residence halls. Students interested in renting these rooms need to apply by May 15 for the winter semester and by November 15 for the summer semester and pay a deposit.
Estimated Cost of Living
Student Visa and Insurance
Information on Student Visas and Insurance for students going on exchange can be found elsewhere on this website.
- 2018 S2 BCom ECON SR
- 2017 S2 BCom MANT SJ
- 2015 S2 BCom MANT SH
- 2013 S2 BCom MART NS
- 2013 S1 BCOM FINC ECON TS
The University, City and Region
Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration is the largest business school in the European Union, and one of the oldest. It was founded in 1898. It offers an extremely high standard of curricula in the fields of business administration, commerce, economics, information systems and business education. There is a tradition of high quality research and training, and the university is consistently ranked among the top two of 120 universities in Germany, Switzerland and Austria for international business education. The University has a strong international focus with more than 175 student exchange agreements worldwide.
The City of Vienna and Region
Vienna is one of the undisputed capitals of art, music, architecture, fashion, theatre, literature and intellectual pursuits. It is also a centre of political and social significance. Much of Vienna's cultural history is reflected in its magnificent buildings. The Viennese are justifiably proud of their heritage. However, much as they cherish the past, they don't live in it. What makes Vienna interesting is the way the old and the new co-exist harmoniously.
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