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Fachhochschule Technikum Wien
Wien, Austria


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The biggest technical university in Austria!

With currently over 3,200 graduates and more than 2,500 students and 11 bachelor's and 16 master degree programs, the University of Applied Sciences Vienna is the largest purely technical college in Austria. The scientifically based and practical courses at the same time is extremely varied and individually combined. The Vienna University of Applied Sciences offers degree programs in full-time and / or of accompanying form to the following four technical areas:

Communication Technologies and Electronic Engineering
Information Technologies & Business Solutions
Engineering & Environmental Technologies
Life Science Technologies

The aim of the Vienna University of Applied Sciences is to train highly skilled technicians. In addition to a high-quality technical education is given at the Vienna University of Applied Sciences also great emphasis on language training and economic and character-building subjects. Very good contacts with business and industry open to students and graduates the best career opportunities.

The Vienna University of Applied Sciences was founded in 1994 and received in 2000 as the first institution in Vienna college status. It is a network partner of the Association of Electrical and Electronics Industry (FEEI).

The culture of the University of Applied Sciences Vienna

Who are we?
The Vienna University of Applied Sciences is the leading technical university in the Vienna area and gives students practice-relevant, future-oriented knowledge and methodological skills at academic level.

What do we want?
We want to become a university, not a collection of individual FH-degree programs.

How do we teach?
The knowledge is based on an integration of theory and practice in an active learning environment. Acquired knowledge is reinforced with practical examples. Self-reliance and critical ability of students is encouraged by ongoing reflection of the skills acquired.

How we use the business location of Vienna for teaching and research?
The high concentration of successful economic enterprises in the Greater Vienna optimal conditions for the implementation of a practical training are given. This unique opportunity is being used by intense technology and know-how transfer. Our partnership cooperation contribute both to an excellent and internationally competitive training but also to secure the business location of Vienna in future technological area of the region.

Students and staff
Students, teachers and staff are partners and work collaboratively to improve the quality of training time. The central concern is our long-term solidarity of our students and staff. It is important to us that students and staff alike at the University of Applied Sciences Vienna feel comfortable and involved through a culture of open discussion and feedback to the development of the University of Applied Sciences Vienna.

Our formula for success
Technology + Business + Personality

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