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3800
Students enrolled in this school.
1
Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
2
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

The University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt was founded as the first of its kind in 1994 and counts among the top educational institutions in our state. Currently, 4000 students are enrolled in a Bachelor or Master programme at one of our campuses: Wiener Neustadt, Wieselburg, Tulln and Vienna. More than 12000 of our graduates are now pursuing successful careers both in Austria and abroad.

What are the admissions criteria?

Applicants must submit a legalized diploma (see country page for more information on this), a CV, motivation letter, passport copy, transcripts and SAT scores. Students from non-anglophone countries must also submit proof of English proficiency. The admissions deadline is March 31st.

What is student life like?

Being a student at the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt is more than just studying and reading books. In addition to an excellent academic education, campus life plays an important role for students. This includes entertainment, various leisure time facilities, sports, trendy gastronomy, and a rich cultural offer as well as shopping opportunities and relaxing zones. Whoever studies a lot needs to keep body and soul in balance. What better way to do that than with sport? With its sports activities, the University of Applied Sciences Wiener Neustadt (FHWN) offers an ideal balance to the everyday study grind and offers -exclusively for students- an extensive and colorful program of sports activities that is constantly adapted to suit student’s wishes and requirements.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

Single rooms in the nearby student residences range from 220-310 euros per month.

Dining information

Additional notes.

Austrian Universities of Applied Sciences began in 1994 and now educate 50,000 students in the country.  There UAS system in Austria is different than others I have experienced thus far.  Like other countries that have reputable UAS programs, there is a practical focus and an emphasis on providing students with the skills and knowledge they will need in the workforce.  In fact, the country-wide employment rate for graduates of UAS programs is 90%. Unlike UAS programs in other countries, almost all of the graduates go directly into master’s degree programs and many graduates do continue on to study in Ph.D. programs.  Further, the entry requirements are not lowered necessarily lower for UAS programs in Austria.

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