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Université de Klagenfurt

Klagenfurt am WörtherseeEconomieManagement

The University of Klagenfurt (also Alpen-Adria-Universität Klagenfurt, AAU) is a federal Austrian University and the largest research and higher education institution in the Austrian province of Carinthia. It has its main campus in Klagenfurt, with additional facilities in Austria's two largest cities Vienna and Graz.

Efforts to found the University began in 1964, and succeeded in 1970, during the term of Governor Sima. Today, the University holds faculties of Humanities & Social Sciences, Management & Economics, Technology, and Interdisciplinary Studies.

The School of Interdisciplinary Studies (IFF) also runs departments in Vienna and Graz; the Dean of IFF, Verena Winiwarter, was elected Austrian "Scientist of the Year" 2013. In addition to the departments and units of the four faculties, the University also hosts a number of central facilities such as the Robert Musil Institute (co-organizer of the Bachmann Prize), the University Cultural Center (UNIKUM), the build! Gründerzentrum (a start-up facilitation center), the University Sports Center (USI), and the Klagenfurt University Library.

The incumbent President of the University is Oliver Vitouch, a cognitive psychologist and former faculty member of the University of Vienna and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development in Berlin. Norbert Frei chairs the Academic Senate, Robert Rebhahn the Board of Trustees.

Klagenfurt is the southernmost university in the German-speaking countries (followed by the University of Bern, Switzerland) and supports bi- and multilingualism, especially in the context of the Slovenian minority in Carinthia (the Carinthian Slovenes).
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Université de médecine de Vienne

WienMédecine, Général, Interne

The Medical University of Vienna is a university located in Vienna, Austria. It is the direct successor of the faculty of medicine of the University of Vienna, founded in 1365 by Rudolf IV, Duke of Austria. Thus it is the oldest medical school in the German–speaking world, and it was the second medical faculty in the Holy Roman Empire, after the Charles University of Prague.

The Medical University of Vienna is the largest medical organisation in Austria, as well as one of the top-level research institutions in Europe and provides Europe's largest hospital, the Vienna General Hospital, with all of its medical staff. It consists of 31 university clinics and clinical institutes, 12 medical-theoretical departments which perform around 48,000 operations each year. The Vienna General Hospital has about 100,000 patients treated as inpatients and 605,000 treated as outpatients each year.

There have been seven Nobel prize laureates affiliated with the medical faculty, and fifteen in total with the University of Vienna. These include Robert Bárány, Julius Wagner-Jauregg and Karl Landsteiner, the discoverer of the ABO blood type system and the Rhesus factor. Sigmund Freud qualified as a doctor at the medical faculty and worked as a doctor and lecturer at the General Hospital, carrying out research into cerebral palsy, aphasia and microscopic neuroanatomy.

In the 2014-15 Times Higher Education Rankings, Medical University of Vienna is listed among the top 15 medical schools in Europe and 49th in the world. (Clinical, Pre-Clinical and Health).

In 2014, there were 6,016 candidate applications for 660 places in medicine proper and 80 in dentistry, which corresponds to an admission rate of about 12 percent. Admission is based upon ranking in an admission test, called "MedAT", which is carried out every summer in conjunction with the two other public medical schools of Austria, Medical University of Graz and Innsbruck Medical University.
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MODUL University Vienna

WienAffairesManagementIndustrie du Tourisme, Hôtellerie, RestaurantMathématique, Statistiques, FinanceSupport de décision, StatistiquesEconomie

MODUL University Vienna (MU Vienna) is a private university established in 2007 in Vienna, Austria, focusing on social and economic development, particularly in the areas of tourism, new media information technology, sustainability, business management, and public governance.

The university consists of four departments: the Department of New Media Technology (director: Arno Scharl), the Department of Public Governance and Sustainable Development (director: Harvey Goldstein, Vice President of MU Vienna since August 1, 2012), the Department of Tourism and Service Management (director: Dagmar Lund-Durlacher), and the Department of Applied Statistics and Economics (director: Ivo Ponocny).

All study programs fulfill the accreditation requirements laid out by the Agency for Quality Assurance and Accreditation Austria (formerly Austrian Accreditation Council). Due to the university’s international orientation, all study programs are conducted entirely in English. As of 2013, the support ratio stands at 1:10 (one MODUL University faculty member for every ten students). Students from 71 countries have studied at MU Vienna on top of Vienna’s Kahlenberg, which overlooks the city of Vienna. Approximately 60% percent of the student body holds non-Austrian citizenship, with a higher percentage of international students at the master’s level.

In 2012, the BBA in Tourism and Hospitality Management and the MSc in International Tourism Management were awarded UNWTO.TEDQual Certification. In January 2013, MU joined the European Universities Consortium (EUC), a group of higher education institutions that promotes English-taught Bachelor’s programs in Europe.
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Université de Vienne

WienHistoire

L'université de Vienne (allemand : Universität Wien), ou l'Alma mater Rudolphina est une université fondée en 1365 par Rodolphe IV . C'est la seconde plus vieille université du monde germanophone après l'université Charles de Prague qui, en 1348, au moment où elle est fondée (enseignant en latin, comme partout alors) par Charles IV, est l'université principale du Saint-Empire romain germanique.
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Université de Vienne

WienHistoire

L'université de Vienne (allemand : Universität Wien), ou l'Alma mater Rudolphina est une université fondée en 1365 par Rodolphe IV . C'est la seconde plus vieille université du monde germanophone après l'université Charles de Prague qui, en 1348, au moment où elle est fondée (enseignant en latin, comme partout alors) par Charles IV, est l'université principale du Saint-Empire romain germanique.
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Vienna Business School

WienAffaires

Prayner Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna

WienArtMusiqueMesure, Instrumentation

The Prayner Conservatory of Music and Dramatic Arts in Vienna licensed by the Austrian authorities founded in 1905, and has developed into one of the most well-known and historical conservatories in the city of Vienna.

Currently the conservatory offers undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate degrees as well as offering adult education and pre-college education. Students of all levels can take voice or instrumental lessons, and have the opportunity to perform in the orchestra or choir. At the end of the study at Prayner Conservatory the students graduate an internationally recognized Austrian "Artistic Diploma" in the following by the Austrian authorities licensed fields of study: Piano, Singing, Violin, Violoncello, Viola, Double-Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Trumped, Trombone, Horn, Tuba, Guitar, Harp, Accordion, Percussion Instruments as well as for Composition, Conducting, Accompanying classes, Chamber Music, Opera, and Orchestra Repertoire.

Conservatory's Center location includes two existing buildings on A-1040 Mühlgasse 28-30 and A-1060 Mariahilferstrasse 51 - with its historically significant facades and relatively sound structure.

Among the facility's highlights is the innovative utilization of the existing grand Ehrbarsaal with its elegant gilt columns and ornate ceiling as the audience chamber for the new Concert Hall, augmented by state-of-the-art performance amenities.

The Prayner Conservatory has more than a hundred teachers including Maksimiljan Cencic, Dr. Massimo Stefanizzi, Josef Stolz, Valbona Naku, Filimon Ginalis, Alexandra Karastoyanova-Hermentin, Ulf-Dieter Soyka, Victoria Loukianetz.
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Vienna University of Economics and Business

WienAffaires Economie

Vienna University of Economics and Business (Wirtschaftsuniversität Wien or WU) is the largest University focusing on business and economics in Europe and, in terms of student body, one of the largest universities in Austria. It has been ranked as one of the best business schools in Europe.

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