The University of Liechtenstein was established in 1961 through the initiative of business and the State under the name “Abendtechnikum Vaduz”. It is funded by the State and various business organisations. In addition to the departments of Mechanical Engineering, the departments of Architecture and Civil Engineering were opened in 1963.
Research is carried on at the various departments of the University of Liechtenstein in five principal areas. These principal research areas and departments are of international significance, while also having reference to themes and issues of Liechtenstein politics, industry and society.
At the University of Liechtenstein, academic personnel have various career options available to them.
The Bachelor’s degree course, and above all the Master’s degree course, serve as a preparation for subsequent academic activities. Having completed their doctorate, young academics can continue their studies as a postdoctoral student or assistant professor.
The International Office is responsible for informing, advising and supporting students, staff and lecturers on all matters related to internationalism. We offer help in finding suitable programmes and guide you through the application process.
We also provide support to our international students and guests of the University.
The new student dormitory is placed very near to the university in the Fürst-Franz-Josef-Strasse 15-17, 9490 Vaduz Liechtenstein.
The student dormitory consists of two three-storey buildings. Buildings: “A” and “B” are laterally reversed.
There are six single and three double rooms at every level, a large shared kitchen / living room area, a laundry room and three shared bathrooms.
The library of the University of Liechtenstein is open to students, academic staff and the public. It is the university`s heart for literature research and offers expert knowledge, information and research support services for teaching, further education and research.Collection focus
Individuals, who are living longer than three months in Liechtenstein are legally required to purchase healthinsurance.
EU students legally insured in their own country are exempt from purchasing mandatory insurance upon presentation of the European Health Insurance Card or a provisional substitute confirmation.
Both may be requested from the health insurance provider in your home country.
To get fit through the semester, Unisport keeps you moving. We offer continuous trainings in many team sports like soccer, basketball and volleyball.
Also there are some courses for your personal fitness and work-life balance for instance Pilates, Yoga or body toning.
In summer there is a wide range of options from football and boccia to paragliding over the Rhine Valley. Liechtenstein also offers ideal settings and facilities for biking, inline skating, jogging, swimming, climbing, golfing, riding and archery. Liechtenstein provides more than 400 km of well-marked hiking trails. In inclement weather, sports facilities are available for squash, climbing or tennis.
The following organisations can be found at the University of Liechtenstein:
The University of Liechtenstein meets the requirements for Swiss universities. This is the conclusion drawn by the Swiss Center of Accreditation and Quality Assurance in Higher Education (OAQ). The Swiss Conference of Cantonal Ministers of Education (EDK) agreed to and thus approved the proposition of including the University of Liechtenstein in the Intercantonal Agreement on Universities (IUV).
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The size of the country itself doesn't give you much, but the masters program in Finance is a very qualitative one
Positive Aspects: Low Tuition fee, international environment, dedication of staff towards helping students, Country's nature for sports and hobbies, Programme content, high standard of living. "Negative" Aspects: Not so many students, high living costs, difficulty to find job without german language, small place.
I really liked the teaching methods, because it had a different perspective of discussing architecture which was new and I gain a lot from it. Off course there were some course which I was not so interested, but most of them was given in a high level with interesting/fun/useful topics.