Austria, a small country present in Europe but the excellence of university education in Austria is recognized all over the world. Many universities in the country rank highly in the world. The best thing about Austria is that education is free for all European region students. Also, the fees for the students coming from outside of Europe is very reasonable and lower than the rest of Europe. There are also some of the private universities in Austria which may have their own fees structure. Here are some of the best universities in Austria.
The University of Vienna located in the capital city of Austria Vienna and founded back in 1365 and has completed it’s 650 years in 2015. The university is also the highest-ranked university in the country with 154th rank in the QS World University Rankings. It is the largest university in the whole of Europe and also the oldest university in the German-speaking world. The university currently has more than 94,000 students from around the world. The university also associated with 15 Nobel Prize winners, including 2004’s recipient of the Literature Prize.
The Vienna University of Technology is located in the capital city of Austria Vienna as well. The university established in 1815 and marked as the second-highest ranked university in Austria. The Vienna University of Technology is the most prestigious university in the technical institutions in Europe. The university has Engineering has its primary field of education and also has natural sciences as well. The university currently enrols more than 29,000 students and a very high percentage of international students.
The University of Innsbruck a public university located in the Innsbruck, the capital of the Austrian federal state of Tyrol and the university founded back in 1669. The University of Innsbruck, the third-largest university in Austria and has been ranked 286th in the world overall. The university has the most number of international students all over Austria having more than 35 percent of its students as international students.
The University of Graz also known as the Karl-Franzens-Universität Graz established back in 1585. The second-largest university in Austria and has been ranked in the world’s top 480 higher educational institutions. The University of Graz currently enrolled more than 32,500 students along with the international students.