Outgoing

Outgoing

Completing one or more semesters at foreign universities and colleges not only offers substantial gains in experience for students’ professional future, the master programmes explicitly recommend such exchanges to foster creative inputs to the faculty.

Over past two decades, the European “Programme for Lifelong Learning” has defined aims and criteria for subsidising student mobility within its ERASMUS programme. 

Programms

ERASMUS is the most popular programme with students aiming to study abroad. Further subsidised possibilities exist for gaining valuable international experience that can be integrated in a student’s personal education, e.g. within the framework of joint study agreements between VUT and foreign institutions or through short-term scholarhips for research abroad.

Contact and Coordinators

Contact

Contact

Link

For international students (INCOMING)

Contakt: Incoming, International Office TU Wien

For students of TU Wien (OUTGOING)

Contakt: Outgoing, International Office TU Wien

Vice-Study-Dean of architecture

Michael Surböck

Study-Dean of planning

Arthur Kanonier

Funktion

Name

France, Great Britain, Italy

Maria-Gabriela Dittrich

Switzerland

Thomas Dillinger

Colombia, the Ukraine, the KUWI-Stipend (worldwide)

Andreas Hofer

Belgium

Alexander Hamedinger

Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Germany, Denmark, Spain, Finland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Switzerland, Slovakia, Turkey

Petra Hirschler

Czech Republic, Slovenian

Christian Kühn

China, South Korea

Mladen Jadric

Greece

Sabine Knierbein

Belgium

Wolfgang Lorenz

Ireland, Italy, Turkey

Ardeshir Mahdavi

The Netherlands

Alexander Redlein

Italien

Birgit Knauer

Switzerland, Germany, Denmark, Spain, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Italy, Slovenian, Turkey

Gisa Ruland

Switzerland, Germany, Ireland, Italy

Gerhard Schnabl

Turkey

Gudrun Styhler-Aydin

Germany, Italy

Gesa Witthöft

Switzerland, Germany, the Netherlands, France

Andreas Voigt