FH Campus Wien – University of Applied Sciences
With about 5,400 students the FH Campus Wien is the largest university of applied sciences in Austria, offering career-oriented and science based education as well as training according to international standards. More than 60 bachelor’s and master’s degree programmes, master’s and academic courses in the seven departments of Applied Life Sciences, Building and Design, Health Sciences, Nursing Science, Public Sector, Social Work and Engineering are evidence of a broad thematic focus. The university harnesses this potential to develop forward-looking courses and research projects while focusing strongly on smart technology, security and safety, sustainability and ambient assisted living. The FH Campus Wien is proud to be one of the finest higher education institutions in Austria. Numerous awards attest to its high quality standard: Winner of the "Non-Profit" categoryand EFQM Recognised for Excellence 5 star.
Faculties and programmes
Applied Life Sciences | Building and Design | Health Sciences | Nursing Science | Public Sector | Social Work and Engineering
The FH Campus Wien positions itself in an international network with around 100 foreign educational institutions Europe-wide. The Applied Life Science department is especially internationally orientated. The FH Campus Wien maintains, particularly in this field, cooperations with some of the most renowned universities in Europe. Besides mobility the FH Campus Wien is pursuing the Europeanisation of its curricula and promoting the exchange of lecturers at the European level. Spearheading thi sdevelopment is the master’s degree programme "SocialEconomy and Social Work" – the first European degree programme for social work – for which eight European universities have created a curriculum together. The degree programme is completed with the awarding of a "joint degree". The health department also attaches great importance to internationalisation from its beginning ,including international networks, conferences, guest lecturers and an outstanding mobility.
Far East Cooperation. Since June 21st, 2016 the global network of the FH Campus Wien has been expanded by four Taiwanese universities with extensive cooperation agreements. The Departments of Building and Design and Applied Life Sciences are participating in the cross-border transfer of knowledge in teaching and research. With regard to the biotechindustry, the Far East market is a strategically important point for Austria whereas the Asian continent would benefit from the urban solutions of the Austrian construction industry.