Multidisciplinary education and research with a faculty : student ratio of 1 : 10
International study population of
more than 60% international students
All courses are taught in English -
by an internationally experienced faculty
Personalized service and community spirit
Vienna as favorable study location - with highest living standard worldwide & in the heart of Europe
MODUL University Vienna is widely considered as Austria's leading international private university and is owned by the Vienna Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the largest provider of private education in Austria.
The university campus is located on Kahlenberg, a scenic hill with a spectacular view of the capital of Austria. The MODUL brand stands for more than 100 years of excellence in education. Founded in 1908, MODUL College is the vocational training school with the longest tradition in tourism and hospitality education worldwide.
Since 2007, MODUL University Vienna has been offering cutting-edge education (BBA, BSc, MSc, MBA and PhD study programs) in the areas of international management, new media technology, public governance, sustainable development, and tourism and hospitality management.
November 17, 2014
Aviation is a fascinating industry and potential future employer for some of our students, and still during their studies they have opportunities to get up close and see behind-the-scenes. MSc student and Modul Career Officer...
November 14, 2014
As part of the MU Cares program which encourages charitable work, students volunteered to assist SOS Kinderdorf in their campaign, „Alle Stimmen für deine Rechte“ (all vote for your rights) to help raising awareness for children...
November 13, 2014
The Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC), the largest ever study organized by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), showed some significant differences...
More than 80 alumni, staff and faculty joined this year's Alumni Reunion to network with former colleagues about their experiences in their current jobs or studies.
Student Life LIVE
Student reporter Katrin Hanzl visited the university's Charity Football Tourney, where teams played a 5-on-5 round robin tournament, with all proceeds going to Balance, a local charity that helps disabled people.
The concept of sustainability is an integral part of the university's vision. Therefore Masters' students recently hosted our 2nd Sustainability Week to prove that fashion can both be trendy and produced in a social and ecologically responsible way.