Facts & Figures

Austria’s technical university of applied sciences

With around 9,000 graduates thus far and roughly 4,000 students, the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien is Austria’s largest purely technical university of applied sciences. The educational offerings consist of 13 bachelor’s and 18 master’s degree programs, which are offered as full-time, part-time and/or distance study programs. Eight degree programs are taught in English. The educational offerings are based on a solid scientific foundation and are also practice-oriented. At UAS Technikum Wien, emphasis is not only placed on providing a high-quality technical education, but also on subjects with a focus on business and personal development. Close ties and collaborations with business and industry give students and graduates excellent career opportunities. The combination of theory and practical application is of central importance in both research and instruction.

The research and development activities at UAS Technikum Wien have grown significantly in recent years and currently concentrate on our research focuses: 

  • Embedded Systems & Cyber-Physical Systems,
  • Renewable Urban Energy Systems,
  • Secure Services, eHealth & Mobility,
  • Tissue Engineering & Molecular Life Science Technologies,
  • Automation & Robotics.

UAS Technikum Wien was founded in 1994 and in 2000 it became the first institution in Vienna to receive the status of a university of applied sciences. It became a member of the European University Association (EUA) in 2012 and is also a network partner of FEEI – Association of the Electrical and Electronics Industries.

UAS Technikum Wien Association

The operator of UAS Technikum Wien is the University of Applied Sciences Technikum Wien Association (Managing Committee, management). The association bears overall financial and legal responsibility for the university of applied sciences and is also responsible for the strategic development and the operational management of the institution as well as for raising the public’s awareness of the institution.