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Fact Sheet:
Program Type: Exchange Area of Study: Accounting, Business, Economics, Finance, Global Business, Human Resource Management, Information Technology and Systems, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Supply Chain Management
Instruction Language: English, German
Program Description:
Click "Apply for Exchange" to complete an exchange nomination application, which will be reviewed on a competitive basis after the deadline.  Within the application, you will be able to indicate your interest in up to three exchange programs.
Apply for Exchange
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JSOM departmental study abroad approval must be obtained through the JSOM Study Abroad office to participate in this exchange program. Complete the online JSOM Approval Form to be considered.

This exchange program is currently only open to students in the Jindal School of Management (JSOM).  If space is available, others may be considered.
Program Overview New Program Overview
Established in 1898, Wirtschafts Universität Wien (WU), also known as the Vienna University of Economics and Business, is one of Europe’s biggest, most modern universities of economic sciences. The institution is renowned for its high-quality education, its internationalization efforts, and its impressive, modern campus. Through excellent, research-led teaching, WU contributes to sustainable responsibility in business and economics and the development of solutions to economic, social, and ecological problems.
  • Triple Crown accreditation status: AACSB, AMBA, EQUIS
  • 23,000 students and over 1,000 faculty and staff
  • International students account for 23% of student population
  • More than 200 partner universities worldwide
 Learn more about Wirtschafts Universität Wien
Welcome to Campus WU
About City  About Vienna
WU is situated in the second district of Vienna, the capital and largest city in Austria. With a population of 1.8 million, Vienna is the country’s cultural, economic, and political center. Along with monuments from past centuries and traditional Viennese cafes, the city also boasts modern architecture and spacious shopping areas. Vienna is a city full of rich tradition and has been influenced by a variety of cultures, which is reflected in its art, music, food, and other attractions.

Vienna’s geographic location in the center of Europe makes it an important hub for international organizations and companies. With its excellent public transportation network, Vienna is also an ideal starting point for travel to other cities throughout Europe.
Vienna City
For more information, visit the Living in Vienna webpage.
Academic Programs Academics and Courses
WU offers more than 2,000 courses per semester with around 170 courses taught in English. Most courses at WU are taught in a seminar format and require both active student participation and team work. Grades are typically assessed through mandatory attendance, class participation, projects, and examinations.

In addition, exchange students are given the opportunity to attend German Business Communication courses, which are offered at five different proficiency levels. Classroom activities and teaching materials focus on German business language and its everyday use in the business world. Students with advanced German language skills may also choose from a wide range of courses offered in the regular WU curriculum.
For more information, visit the Academic Programs webpage.
Housing Housing
Exchange students have several accommodation options while attending WU. WU works closely with OeAD (Austrian Agency for International Cooperation in Education and Research) to secure rooms in student residence halls, offering a variety of amenities and prices. Student residence halls are located all over Vienna but are within 30 minutes of campus via public transportation. If interested, students can also rent a private apartment through a housing platform like Housing Anywhere or another third-party provider.
For more information, visit the Accommodations webpage.
Student Visa Student Visa
Depending on nationality and length of stay, exchange students accepted to study at WU for up to 6 months usually need to apply for a residence visa D. Visas must be applied for and issued by the appropriate Austrian authority in each student’s home country prior to arrival in Vienna. Since visa rules and regulations change frequently, consult the nearest Austrian embassy or consulate for the most up-to-date information.
For more information, visit the Student Visa webpage.
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Resources Program Resources
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Program Contact Information

Wirtschafts Universität Wien
International Office
Welthandelsplatz 1
1020 Vienna, Austria
zas@wu.ac.at

UT Dallas
Education Abroad

SSB 3.400
EducationAbroad@utdallas.edu
Click here to open an exchange nomination application:

Apply for Exchange


Dates / Deadlines:
Term Year App Deadline Decision Date Start Date End Date
Fall 2018 02/15/2018 ** Rolling Admission 10/01/2018 02/04/2019

** Indicates rolling admission application process. Applicants may be notified of their acceptance prior to the application deadline.