University of Vienna





The University of Vienna, consistently ranked in the Top 200 Universities in the world, 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.

Currently, about 91,000 students are enrolled at the university [just under a quarter of whom are international students], in 15 faculties and four centres. It offers 188 programmes, of which 56 are Bachelor Programmes, 117 Master Programmes, 4 Diploma Programmes and 11 PhD Programmes.

To date, nine academics, linked to the University of Vienna through either teaching or research have been awarded the Nobel prize, including Erwin Schrödinger, Physics (1933], Konrad Lorenz, Medicine [1973] and Friedrich A. von Hayek, Business & Economics [1974]

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