GRANTS & OPPORTUNITIES


Salzburg International Summer Academy

The Salzburg International Summer Academy of Fine Arts course programme 2019 is under the motto “Where do we stand?”

Closing date for application: April 3, 2019 (grants), May 2, 2019 (all applications)


2nd International Haydn Competition

June 7-9, 2019, Rohrau (Lower Austria)

The competition is aimed at young singers worldwide with particular talents and training in the areas of Lied and opera and focuses on the Wiener Klassik (Vienna Classical) era.

Closing date for application: April 23, 2019

Intercultural Achievement Award

The Intercultural Achievement Award (IAA) is a key intercultural dialogue project of the Austrian Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, looking for successful, solution-oriented intercultural dialogue projects!

Closing date for application: April 30, 2019


Richard Plaschka Grant

Eligible for the application of the Richard Plaschka Grant are highly qualified post-docs in the field of history who are primarily occupied with Austria-related topics. Recipients of the grant can work as visiting researchers at university departments and institutes and carry out specialist studies in libraries, archives or at research institutions.

Closing date for application: March 1 & September 15, 2019


Franz Werfel Grant

The Franz Werfel Grant addresses young university teachers whose work focuses on Austrian Literature and is open to applicants from all over the world. This grant does not only offer material support for up to 18 months but through follow-up support also guarantees sustainability.

Closing date for application: March 1 & September 15, 2019


Database for scholarships & research grants

The Austrian database grants.at provides students, graduates and researchers with information on national and international scholarships and grants.


univie: summer school
European and International Studies 2019

The univie: summer school will take place from July 13th to August 10th 2019. The four week program offers high level European Studies courses, as well as the Austrian Arbitration Academy in the morning and German Language courses in the afternoon. The European Studies courses are held in English and focus on Europe and the European Union. The Austrian Arbitration academy focuses on international dispute settlement by arbitral tribunals.

Closing date for application: April 30, 2019


Study in Austria

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Austria offers over 70 world-class higher education institutions with more than 350,000 students, 25 percent of which are internationals. It is located right in the heart of Europe and offers superb mobility, a diverse range of study programmes, including in English, and social security and economic stability. International students in Austria can be prepared to experience stunning landscapes, a rich cultural program and an abundance of outdoor activities, making it an ideal place to study.