The Medical University of Vienna is the largest medical research institution in Austria. It was founded in 1365 as a Medical Faculty of the University of Vienna and has operated as an independent institution in the scope of autonomous university and self administration since 2004.
The attractive spectrum, which includes doctoral and PhD programmes, makes MedUni Vienna one of the most important centres for postgraduate training and the promotion of young researchers in the international vocational training market. Special university training courses such as tumour biology, care management, medical physics or toxicology round off the comprehensive teaching programme.
The team of the Human Resources Development department supports you in your personal and career development. Through our career consulting we offer you the possibility to reflect on your professional prospects. In this context we also make psychological tests available (eg. job-related personality questionnaire).
The International Office for Student & Staff Affairs is the central information point for students, teachers, members of the academic board as well as for the administrative staff of the Medical University of Vienna. Outgoings and Incomings. We offer student mobility for studying purposes, traineeships & staff mobility for teaching or training periods.
The Library offers:
ITSC is responsible for planning and implementing a high performance IT infrastructure, for its security and for the operation of all central IT systems. The department also provides IT support to students and staff, including maintenance of student workstations and staff PCs. ITSC is also responsible for procuring standard software and operating the University’s.
With its campus in the center of one of the most live able cities in the world, the Medical University of Vienna has a very attractive location. More than 7500 students and about 4200 employees are out and about every day. Regarding its location and its departments, MedUni Vienna is really huge. This creates a challenge especially for new students. The following site plans provide a good overview of the premises and the accessibility of the Medical University.
An active lifestyle should also be kept while studying. Students in Vienna have the option of using the numerous and inexpensive offerings of the University Sports Institute.