Studying in Austria

Study in Austria!Because of its rich cultural past and present, Austria is cherished by people all over the world. The varied landscape is of great importance for tourism, there are many skiing resorts, and in the summer there are lots of opportunities for hiking and climbing, or for water sports on the numerous lakes. Other reasons to stay in Austria are the great social security, the economic stability and the great hospitality of the Austrians.

Austria in short facts and figures
Capital: Vienna
Official language: German
Government: Federal republic with parliamentary democracy
EU status: Member of the European Union
Area: 83 585 km2
Population: 8 million
Currency: Euro
Calling code: +43

If you are considering studying abroad, Austria is an excellent choice. Austria combines a long tradition of higher education with state-of-the-art research. Austria has everything you need - from beautiful cities and a great cultural heritage to the striking Alps and great education facilities. In most cases you are required to speak German, but there are plenty of options if you would rather conduct your studies in English.

Practicalities when you study in Austria

Application and Admission to study in Austria
Visa and Residence Permit for Austria
Registration in Austria
Accommodation in Austria
Language of study in Austria
Working in Austria
Living Costs in Austria
Tuition fees in Austria
Scholarships for studying in Austria

About OeAD

The content of this guide has been developed by OeAD - Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research. and OeAD is Austria’s leading non-profit-making service organisation in the field of international cooperation in education and research. The activities of the OeAD embrace general, academic and vocational education with – historically grown – specific focus on academic mobility.

So - I asked the folks yesterday

by spy1968

And you may have some other ideas - I have a friend (younger guy - engaged to a female law student studying in Austria for the summer - runs our accounting in the office) who is going to Wienne Asutria in two weeks and will be alone one night - any ideas for safe and fun drinking/dancing for a straight guy?

No he was doing quite well

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He has a side job that is quite active and he plans to start a business in the same field. MOst firemen in NY have side jobs or side businesses (nursing, accounting, plumbing) that are very lucrative...not mention how awesome the flexible schedule is.
Last year he went to Switzerland, Austria, Chile and Wyoming to ski. He also made an extra 3000-4000 a month with his side job, while also having a pension and full benefits.
Several of his friends are in upper level positions but some have been laid off and some are fearing for their jobs in finance. He is glad to be where he is, making almost 100k a year as a regular firefighter

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