University of Vienna

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.
The University of Vienna celebrates its 650th anniversary in 2015.
Currently, about 92,000 students are enrolled at the University of Vienna. You can select from 187 degree programmes: 55 bachelor’s programmes, 116 master’s programmes, 4 diploma programmes and 12 doctoral programmes.

With 9,700 employees, 6,900 of who are academics, the University of Vienna is the largest teaching and research institution in Austria.

University of Vienna

For Austrian students and students who have the same status as Austrians (i.e. nationals of all EU and EEA member countries) and who have not exceeded the minimum duration of their study programme plus two semesters, no fee is payable. After the two semesters of tolerance, you have to pay € 363.36 each semester.
For all other students from third countries (who are in possession of a residence permit for students) € 726,72 per semester is required. All other degree programme students from third countries (especially those who have a residence title other than a “residence permit student”(Aufenthaltsbewilligung Studierender or belong to a specific group of persons): € 363.36 per semester (after the tuition fee-free period).

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Titles of Studies
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Bachelor programmes Bachelor programmes, ending with the Austrian titel “Bakkalaureus” Teacher Accreditition programmes Master programmes Magister programmes, ending with the Austrian titel “Magister” Individual Master Studies Doctoral/Phd Programmes

All degree programs in German University of Vienna

University of Vienna

Bachelor Programs

African Studies (B)

Ancient History and Classical Studies (B)

Astronomy (B)

Biology (B)

Business Administration (BAKK)

Business Informatics (B)

Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (B)

Catholic Religious Education (B)

Chemistry (BAKK)

Chinese Studies (B)

Classical Archaeology (B)

Classical Philology (B)

Comparative Literature (B)

Computer Science (B)

Dutch Language, Literature, and Culture in a Central European Context (B)

Dutch Studies (B)

Earth Sciences (B)

Economics (BAKK)

Education (B)

English and American Studies (B)

European Ethnology (B)

Fennistic Studies (B)

Geography (B)

German Studies (B)

History (B)

History of Art and Architecture (B)

Hungarian Studies (B)

International Business Administration (B)

International Development (B)

Japanese Studies (B)

Jewish Studies (B)

Korean Studies (B)

Languages and Cultures of South Asia and Tibet (B)

Linguistics (B)

Mass Media and Communication Science (BAKK)

Mathematics (B)

Meteorology (B)

Musicology (B)

Near Eastern Studies (B)

Nutritional Sciences (B)

Philosophy (B)

Physics (B)

Political Science (B)

Prehistory and Early History (B)

Protestant Theology (B)

Psychology (B)

Romance Studies (B)

Scandinavian Studies (B)

Slavonic Studies (B)

Social and Cultural Anthropology (B)

Sociology (B)

Sports Sciences (BAKK)

Statistics (BAKK)

Studies in Egyptology (B)

Theater, Film and Media Studies (B)

Transcultural Communication (B)

University of Vienna
Diploma programmes

Catholic Theology (DS)

Law (DS)

Pharmacy (DS)

University of Vienna
Teacher accreditation programmes

Biology and Environmental Studies – Subject of instruction (LA)

Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian – Subject of instruction (LA)

Catholic Religious Education – Subject of instruction (LA)

Chemistry – Subject of instruction (LA)

Computer Science and Computer Management – Subject of instruction (LA)

Czech – Subject of instruction (LA)

English – Subject of instruction (LA)

French – Subject of instruction (LA)

Geography and Economics – Subject of instruction (LA)

German – Subject of instruction (LA)

Greek – Subject of instruction (LA)

History, Social Studies and Political Education – Subject of instruction (LA)

Home Economics and Nutrition – Subject of instruction (LA)

Hungarian – Subject of instruction (LA)

Italian – Subject of instruction (LA)

Latin – Subject of instruction (LA)

Mathematics – Subject of instruction (LA)

Physical Education and Sport – Subject of instruction (LA)

Physics – Subject of instruction (LA)

Polish – Subject of instruction (LA)

Protestant Religious Education – Subject of instruction (LA)

Psychology and Philosophy – Subject of instruction (LA)

Russian – Subject of instruction (LA)

Slovakian – Subject of instruction (LA)

Slovenian – Subject of instruction (LA)

Spanish – Subject of instruction (LA)

University of Vienna
Master Degree programmes

African Studies (M)

Ancient History and Classical Studies (M)

Ancient Near Eastern Languages and Oriental Archaeology (M)

Anglophone Literatures and Cultures (M)

Anthropology (M)

Applied Linguistics (M)

Arabic Studies (M)

Astronomy (M)

Behavior, Neurobiology, and Cognition (M)

Biological Chemistry (M)

Buddhist Studies (M)

Business Administration (MAG)

Business Informatics (M) Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (M)

Cartography and Geographic Information Science (M)

Catholic Religious Education (M)

Chemistry (M)

Chinese Studies (M)

Classical Archaeology (M)

Classical Philology (Latin) (M)

Classical Philology (Greek) (M)

Comparative Linguistics of Indo-European Languages and Celtic Studies (M)

Comparative Literature (M)

Conservation Biology and Biodiversity Management (M)

Contemporary History (M)

CREOLE – Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes (M)

Culture and Society of Modern South Asia (M)

Didactics of Informatics (M)

Dutch Studies (M)

Earth Sciences (M)

East Asian Economy and Society (M)

East European History (M)

Ecology (M)

Economics (MAG)

Education (M)

English Language and Linguistics (M)

Environmental Sciences (M)

European Ethnology (M)

European Master in Health and Physical Activity (M)

Evolutionary Biology (M)

Finno-Ugrian Studies (M)

Gender Studies (M)

General Linguistics: Grammar Theory and Cognitive Linguistics (M)

General Slavonic Studies (M)

Genetics and Developmental Biology (M)

Geography (M)

German as a Foreign and Second Language (M)

German Studies (M)

Global History (ERASMUS MUNDUS) (M)

Historical and Cultural European Research (M)

Historical Research, Historical Auxiliaries and Archive Science (M)

History (M)

History of Art and Architecture (M)

History of Theatre, Film, and Media (M)

Hungarian Studies (M)

International Business Administration (MAG)

Interpretation (M)

Islamic Religious Education (M)

Islamic Studies (M)

Japanese Studies (M)

Jewish Studies (M)

Korean Studies (M)

Languages and Cultures of Francophone Areas (M)

Languages and Cultures of Iberoromania (M)

Languages and Cultures of Italoromania (M)

Languages and Cultures of South-East-Romania (M)

Languages and Literature of South Asia (M)

Mass Media and Communication Science (MAG)

Mathematics (M)

MATILDA: European Master in Women’s and Gender History (M)

Media Informatics (M)

Medieval and Neo-Latin Studies (M)

Meteorology (M)

Middle European interdisciplinary master programme in Cognitive Science (M)

Molecular Biology (M)

Molecular Microbiology and Immunobiology (M)

Musicology (M)

Numismatics and the History of Money (IMS)

Nursing Science (M)

Nutritional Sciences (M)

Palaeobiology (M)

Philosophies and Religions of South Asia (M)

Philosophy (M)

Philosophy and History of Science (M)

Physics (M)

Plant Sciences (M)

Political Science (M)

Prehistory and Early History (M)

Protestant Theology (M)

Quantitative Economics, Management and Finance (M)

Regional Research and Regional Planning (M)

Religious Studies (M)

Romance Language and Communication (M)

Romance Literature and Media Studies (M)

Scandinavian Studies (M)

Science – Technology – Society (M)

Scientific Computing (M)

Slavonic Studies (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Bulgarian) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Czech) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Polish) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Russian) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Slovak) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Slovenian) (M)

Slavonic Studies (Ukrainian) (M)

Social and Cultural Anthropology (M)

Social and Economic History (M)

Sociology (M)

Sports Sciences (MAG)

Statistics (MAG)

Studies in Egyptology (M)

Theory of Theatre, Film, and Media (M)

Tibetan Studies (M)

Translation (M)

Turkish and Ottoman Studies (M)

Urban Studies (M)

Women’s and Gender History (M)

Zoology (M)

University of Vienna
Doctoral/PhD programmes

Doctoral Programme in Arts and Humanities, Philosophy and Education (Dr)

Doctoral Programme in Business, Economics, and Statistics (Dr./PhD)

Doctoral Programme in Catholic Theology (Dr)

Doctoral Programme in Law (Dr)

Doctoral Programme in Natural Sciences and Engineering Sciences (Dr)

Doctoral Programme in Natural Sciences and PhD Programme in Life Sciences (Dr/PhD)

Doctoral Programme in Protestant Theology (Dr)

Doctoral Programme in Social Sciences (Dr)

All Master Degree Programs in English
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  • Science-Technology-Society: University of Vienna
  • Environmental Sciences: University of Vienna
  • Middle European Interdisciplinary Master Programme in Cognitive Science (MEi: CogSci): University of Vienna
  • European Master in Health and Physical Activity (Joint Curricula): University of Vienna
  • English Language and Linguistics: University of Vienna
  • Anglophone Literature and Cultures: University of Vienna
  • East Asian Economy and Society: University of Vienna
  • Economics: University of Vienna
  • Botany: University of Vienna
  • Ecology and Ecosystems: University of Vienna
  • Molecular Microbiology, Microbial Ecology, and Immunobiology: University of Vienna
  • Physics of the Earth (Geophysics) (Joint Curricula): University of Vienna