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Vienna University of Economics and Business E and B EXC Short-term
Vienna, Austria (Outgoing Program)
|Partner University Homepage:||Click to visit|
|Restrictions:||Sydney applicants only|
|Level:||Postgraduate coursework, Undergraduate||Language/s:||English|
|Program Type:||Exchange Short-Term||Minimum Mark:||65%; Credit|
|Agreement Scope:||Business School||Short-term Type:||Coursework|
|Short-term Duration:||2-3 weeks|
Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria - Short-Term Exchange
International Summer University WU
|Program description||Escape the Sydney Winter and disappear into magical Viennese Summer, spending 3 weeks of your winter holidays undertaking world class courses at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Take either 2 classes in the undergraduate program or 3 classes in the graduate program, as well as, social activities, which will ensure an opportunity to network and grow both personally and professionally.
For more information on courses available, please click here.
|Program dates||10 July – 28 July 2017
|Application deadline||Tuesday 28 Feburary 2017
|Eligibility criteria||Please refer to the University of Sydney's website for full eligibility criteria here.
|Credit / Not-for-credit||Please contact your faculty office to submit an application for credit.
|Language||Classes are instructed in English.
|Fees and scholarships
||2017 Program fee: 1,350 EUR Undergraduate Program; 1,550 EUR Graduate Program
Scholarship available: AUD$1,000 (merit-based, application required)
OS-HELP loans may be available to eligible students enrolled in a Commonwealth supported place where the program is approved for credit prior to departure. Application required.
|About the university||The Vienna University of Economics and Business:
|With opulent historic palaces, a vibrant cultural scene, coffee houses and plenty of entertainment, Vienna is one of the world’s great cities. Once the seat of the Habsburg monarchy and the home of musicians including Mozart, Haydn, Schubert, Beethoven, and Brahms, it’s still a city of music and museums. It’s also very safe and can be easily explored by foot.
|Contact for more information||Sydney Global Mobility Team
The University of Sydney
|Registrations for this program in July 2017 have now closed.|