Do you want to get to know one of the most livable cities in the world, establish international contacts and broaden your expertise? Then come to FH Campus Wien for a semester abroad or an internship.
As the largest university of applied sciences in Austria, FH Campus Wien offers a variety of degree programs, subject-specific expertise in teaching and research, comprehensive services for students and an excellent infrastructure on every campus. A stay abroad at FH Campus Wien gives you the opportunity to develop your professional and personal skills and to gather exciting experiences.
The staff of the International Office and the International Coordinators of the degree programs will be happy to advise you and assist you personally in planning your stay at FH Campus Wien.
As an incoming student you may study at FH Campus Wien for a set time or complete an internship in cooperation with FH Campus Wien. The following options are available:
Currently, FH Campus Wien has about 150 partner institutions throughout Europe. Students from these universities may spend one or two semesters at FH Campus Wien as part of the ERASMUS+ program. In addition, students also have the possibility to complete an ERASMUS+ internship with a minimum duration of two months.
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Students from Swiss partner universities can complete a semester or an internship in Vienna with SEMP (Swiss European Mobility Program).
We are also happy to receive applications from Freemovers. Freemovers are students whose home institution is not a partner institution of FH Campus Wien. The respective degree program will decide whether or not your application is accepted. For more information please contact the staff of the International Office.
The Austrian Database for Scholarships and Research Grants offers a comprehensive overview of funding opportunities and scholarships for international students.
How do you apply as an ERASMUS+/SEMP student or Freemover at FH Campus Wien?
If you are an ERASMUS+ or SEMP student, your university must first contact us to nominate you.Afterwards, you can apply to FH Campus Wien online. Simply visit our application portal for incoming students and register there. The online application process will require you to upload four documents. We recommend that you prepare these in advance.
As soon as you have successfully completed your application, you will receive an automatic submission confirmation by e-mail. Your application will then be reviewed and you will be notified if you have been accepted.
April 30th for the next winter semester or academic year (study and internship)October 31st for the next summer semester (study and internship)
The FH Campus Wien offers over sixty bachelor's and master's degree programs. Information about the main topics and the entire range of courses can be found in the curriculum of the respective degree program.
The submission of a Learning Agreement is mandatory for all incoming students. The Learning Agreement is used to plan which courses you will complete at FH Campus Wien. If you want to do an internship, please include this information in the Learning Agreement along with the exact number of hours and the corresponding department. If necessary, the Learning Agreement can be modified after your arrival and in consultation with the International Coordinators of FH Campus Wien and those of your home university.
Please note that courses from the 1st, 3rd and 5th semester are offered only in the winter semester and courses from the 2nd, 4th and 6th semester in the summer semester.
Please use this form to create the learning agreement:
Erasmus Learning AgreementNon-Erasmus Learning AgreementLearning Agreement Guidelines
Our Incoming students share experiences and highlight from their stays at FH Campus Wien.
Name: Lidia EverdingField of study: Social WorkHome institution: Evangelische Hochschule für Soziale Arbeit & Diakonie HamburgKind of stay: StudyProgram: Erasmus+
Vienna is a beautiful city. The architecture, the people you meet, the cultural resources and events you can visit, but also the proximity to nature and the mountains with their beautiful landscape…Vienna actually became my second most favorite city – right after my hometown of Hamburg. FH Campus Wien is a well-organized university. I learned a lot about social spaces, town and neighborhood development as well as community work in these fields. I wouldn’t miss any of the adventures or professional experiences I had during my Erasmus+ stay in Vienna.
Name: Anne VerherstraetenField of study: Biomedical ScienceHome institution: Thomas More GeelKind of stay: InternshipProgram: Erasmus+
I was the lucky person that got to go on an Erasmus+ exchange to Vienna. I was here to do my final internship in Biomedical Laboratory Technologies at the General Hospital in Vienna (AKH). I learned so many new things in this encouraging environment and I am so thankful for everything! I met a lot of people and made some amazing friends! Thanks to all of everyone who made this the experience of a lifetime!
Name: Marta SobeshkevychField of study: Social Economy and Social WorkHeimatinstitution: Fachhochschule Würzburg-SchweinfurtKind of stay: StudyProgram: Erasmus+
I would definitely recommend you to choose Vienna for your Erasmus+ exchange and when you are here, be ready to fall in love with this city! Vienna is a truly outstanding city and offers so many opportunities. It is a big multicultural city with great people, unique architecture, tasty food and providing high-quality education. My teachers at FH Campus Wien were specialists in their field and were always there to assist me. I didn’t have classical theory lectures here, but they were organized as workshops and we could do a lot of practical things that will help us in our future work. I’m convinced I’ll be coming back!
To help you get settled into your life in Vienna and at FH Campus Wien, the International Office organizes an orientation week each semester for incoming students. It takes place one week before the start of the semester and offers you the opportunity to get to know your fellow students in advance. During the orientation week a combination of administrative support, social as well as cultural events awaits you (welcome dinner, movie night, registration with the authorities in Vienna, city tour, ...). The orientation week is free. Participation is highly recommended as it helps ensure a pleasant and smooth start to your semester or internship in Vienna.
Do you know the difference between a "Kapuziner", a "Verlängerten" and a "Melange"? If you want to get to know the Viennese coffee house culture, which has been a UNESCO heritage since 2011, and other sites in Vienna, sign up for the "Culture Program". The "Culture Program" consists of excursions, theoretical units and visits to cultural events to provide you with a multifaceted introduction to Viennese and Austrian history and the present. Together with other incoming students, you will take a tour with the oldest Ferris wheel in the world, explore Vienna’s sewer system in the footsteps of The Third Man, experience a performance at the Vienna State Opera and much more.
Choosing the right accommodation is essential to having an enjoyable and comfortable stay abroad. Vienna has a wide range of student residences and shared rooms, making it relatively easy to find adequate accommodation. Nonetheless, we strongly recommend you start looking for accommodations early (at least three months before your arrival).
When looking for accommodations, please note that FH Campus Wien has campuses at four locations!
Rooms in student dormitories offer an uncomplicated way to get a fully equipped, yet inexpensive accommodation for a semester. Visit the online platform from OeAD-WohnraumverwaltungsGmbH. They offer rooms in various price ranges in dormitories throughout Vienna. You can look through the different offers on the homepage and book a suitable accommodation directly via the online registration. A somewhat cheaper alternative to the student dormitories offered by the OeAD-WohnraumverwaltungsGmbH are the dormitories of the Wirtschaftshilfe der Arbeiter*Innen Studierenden Österreichs (Wihast). Here, too, you can use the homepage to choose from various locations in Vienna and register for a place in one of the dormitories online.
Shared apartments also offer a good opportunity to get to know other students and better experience life in Vienna. The Facebook group "International @ FH Campus Vienna" offers shared rooms and apartments to sublet for a semester. The ÖH bulletin board also lists a large selection of available shared rooms and apartments. If you decide on a private accommodation, be sure to inquire about the facilities for the room or apartment ahead of time and be careful if you are asked to transfer money in advance.
The staff of the International Office will be happy to help you with your search for accommodations and are available to answer any questions.
To help you prepare for your stay in Vienna and your studies at FH Campus Wien, you have the opportunity to get support from a buddy. Buddies are students from the degree programs at FH Campus Wien, who want to establish international contacts and are prepared to answer questions before and during your stay and help you get settled in well.
If you want to benefit from the help and local expertise of a buddy, please tell us in your online application.
Do you want to learn German or improve your German language skills during your stay? The Language Center of the University of Vienna offers a large selection of German courses. ERASMUS+ students receive a 20% discount on all German language courses. The International Office offers further financial support with a grant of € 200 upon presentation of the course confirmation.
Equal opportunities and non-discrimination are core values of FH Campus Wien. It is important to us to promote the equality of all people in all areas of society. We welcome applications from incoming students with disabilities, chronic illnesses and limitations, as well as students who must care for children, and attach great importance to providing them with equal terms and conditions for a semester abroad.
You would like to come to FH Campus Wien for a semester abroad and need help because of a disability, chronic illness or limitation? Your child will be accompanying you during your stay abroad and you need help planning?
The staff of the International Office and the Center for Gender & Diversity Management will gladly assist you and answer your questions about accessibility at FH Campus Wien.
Please contact: Mag.a Ursula WeilenmannGender & Diversity ManagementT: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
ERASMUS+ participants with a disability or chronic illness may apply for an ERASMUS+ special grant. This will be paid in addition to the regular mobility allowance. For more information, please contact the responsible office at your home university.
For students who want their children to accompany them on their ERASMUS+ stay, there is the possibility to apply for a special grant that should reduce the additional costs that are incurred during your stay abroad. For more information, please contact the responsible office at your home university.
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The International coordinators support exchange students, teachers, and staff of the respective study programs. They ensure their academic support and provide information for interested students and teachers about the study program and the lectures and courses at FH Campus Wien.
FH-Prof. Dr. Paul WatsonT: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
FH-Prof. Mag. Dr. Manfred SteinerT: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Petra Schwab (Studierendenmobilität)T: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
Hermine August-Feicht, MAS (Lehrendenmobilität und Verträge)T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Dr.in Verena Geweßler (derzeit in Karenz)T: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
Doris Huber (Karenzvertretung Dr. Geweßler)T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Mag.a Silke Gruber, MMSPhtyT: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
Monika Zajicek (Studierendenmobilität Outgoing)T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Katarina Sadovnik (Lehrendenmobilität)T: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
Barbara Kraus, MSc (Studierendenmobilität)T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Christoph Kamp, BSc T: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
FH-Prof.in Mag.a Sabine SchweigerT: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Mag.a Sonja Beran, BSc (Studierendenmobilität)T: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org
FH-Prof.in Dipl.-Soz.Päd.in (FH) Johanna Coulin-Kuglitsch (Lehrendenmobilität)T: +43 1 606 68 email@example.com
Social Management in Early Education and CareChildren and Family-centered Social Work
Florian Toifl, BAT: +43 1 606 68 firstname.lastname@example.org