7. September 2011
Studying at the Faculty of Architecture and Regional Planning in Vienna? A good choice. The backdrop of the city is unparalleled, offering a spectacular range of cultural opportunities that guarantee international learning and life.
Studying in Vienna at one of the oldest and largest state schools of architecture and planning in Europe combines a high quality of living with the atmosphere of a top-notch place of higher education. The Austrian capital, with a population of app. 2 million, was recently ranked as the most livable city in the world!
Beyond the secure political, social, and economic environment, the excellent health care system, and an extensive network of public transportation, everyday life and study are enriched by what the city offers in cultural and leisure activities. The Viennese art collections are world-reknowned; here lives the concert music scene; experimental amd classic theatres, as well as internationally popular festivals are on stage in the city of the Life Ball. Natural landscapes, such as the Old Danube, are embedded in the city like nowhere else. Studying here means more than just selecting a prestigious university location; it also means enjoying the many advantages of student life in the heart of this city, at one of the most prominent addresses in Vienna, St. Charles Square. From here, the historic first district, art museums, and many hotspots are within walking distance. When people say they’ll get together “in the city,” they’re talking about the district immediately adjacent to Vienna UT. Our faculty and Vienna provide an incomparably vibrant setting for an intellectually stimulating and memorable student life.