Why Study in Vienna?

Why should you study in Vienna?

There are close to 190,000 students in Vienna - even more than in major German cities such as Berlin, Hamburg, and Munich. To put it in perspective, every 9th resident in Vienna is a student! This means that the city has a lot to offer to students. For example, discounts at many different locations all over the city, great night life, high quality public transportation, world class concerts, and internationally famous touring bands. Check this link out to see more student life information in Vienna.

For the sixth year running, Vienna has been found to be the best city in the world for quality of living. The capital of Austria has successfully maintained its top-ranked position in the international Mercer study on the quality of living in cities for the years 2009-2019.

You don't want to miss the opportunity to live in this marvelous city and have an student experience you'll never forget!

Vienna - Austria's capital city in the heart of Europe - serves as favorable hub to visit other world cities for interesting weekend trips: Prague, Rome, Venice, Paris, Zurich, and many more!

It has an international population of 1.7 million people and offers excellent public transportation as well as infrastructure facilities. Europe's music capital provides not only cultural and historical highlights, but is also a modern, cosmopolitan city. Furthermore, more than 50% of the city is covered with green space, enabling its inhabitants to enjoy a variety of parks, woods, and attractive bike paths.

Studying in Vienna at Modul University

First of all, you should decide which program or programs you are interested in. MU offers programs at different levels (Bachelor, MSc, MBA and PhD):

Bachelor Programs Overview

Master Programs (MSc) Overview

MBA Program Overview

PhD Program

Foundation Program

Open Programs

MU has co-operations with two student residences - our Student Service Center offers support with organizing a room for you in one of these dorms.

The number of rooms in the dorms are limited, so make sure you book as early as possible!