TU Vienna looks back on a long tradition at the leading edge of scientific research and education: Founded in 1815 as k.k. Polytechnisches Institut (Imperial and Royal Polytechnical Institute), it was divided into 5 faculties in 1865. One year later the first freely elected rector was inaugurated.
Our identity as a research university means that we build our reputation through our research. The content of the teaching we offer is based on this research. TU Wien combines basic and applied research and research-oriented teaching at the highest level. Through their knowledge and their strong relationships, our graduates and scientists contribute to the transfer of knowledge and technologies across society and the economy. The members of TU Wien thus help to ensure that Austria remains internationally competitive as a research location and help to stimulate its innovative potential.
The Main Library of the TU Wien University Library is situated on the corner of Wiedner Hauptstrasse and Resselgasse. The building features a large owl sculpture as well as several small owl sculptures by Bruno Weber and a lion fountain by Gero Schwanberg on the ground floor.
The Information Technology Services (ZID) provide the following services for students of the Vienna University of Technology (TU Wien):
Students in Vienna can also take part in sport activities offered by the University Sports Institute.
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Good approach to every individual, I was very satisfied
The courses offered by the TU Wien are very interesting and of high quality. The teachers explain the topics thoroughly and they encourage practical work where you can show and improve your newly learned skills. Also I loved that there are lots of events organised by the local student organisations. It gives you a chance to get to know like-minded people but the whole...
TU studies in general are really time consuming, but it's definitely worth it - you learn a lot and companies know that. IT studies have a lot of practical assignments during three semester which distribute the working load equally during the semester instead having one big exam period at the end of the semester. Finishing with a TU degree (either Master or bachelor) in...