With twenty universities, universities of applied sciences and private universities as well as 1,329 research institutions, Vienna is the center of academic education and research in Austria. In addition to all it has to offer in education and research, Vienna also stands out with its high quality of life, and regularly ranks among the top cities to live in. The following information should give you an overview of Vienna and help you settle in quickly.
Scholarships and scholarship subsidies are open to both Austrian and international students.
The FH Campus Wien main campus and all of the other locations are easily accessible by the extensive and well-developed public transportation network of subways, buses, trams and commuter trains.
You can find information about timetables, tickets and student discounts at the following websites: Wiener Linien ÖBBVOR Verkehrsverbund Ost-Region
Bicycles are also an alternative to public transport. You can borrow free bicycles at over 100 Citybike stations throughout Vienna. You can find detailed information at Citybike Wien.
Several facilities offer special rates for students.
Universitätssportinstitut Wien Studentensport Unisport (Anm.: Site down for maintenance) Sportunion ASKÖ ASVÖ Fitness-Studios
You can find other useful information at the website for the City of Vienna Sports Department: Sports in Vienna
Parks in Vienna Walking trails in Vienna Lobau BBQ-places in Vienna Schoenbrunn Zoo SchoenbrunnWiener PraterBöhmischer Prater
Planetarium Wien Kuffner Sternwarte Urania Sternwarte
You will find a good overview of live concerts, clubs and parties in the detailed event programs of the Viennese city newspapers "Falter" as well as other websites:
Falter Hauptstadt Heimfest Party.at Oe4 Szene1