University of Vienna
Region: Western Europe
Country/Region: Austria
Found Year: 1365
Address: University Wien, Dr.-Karl-Lueger-Ring 1, 1010 Wien, Vienna, Austria
Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
All Subjects
Subject
Rank
Best Ranked Subjects
Subject Rank
Communication
7
Mathematics
33
Ecology
51-75
Political Sciences
51-75
Oceanography
76-100
Atmospheric Science
76-100
Environmental Science & Engineering
101-150
Metallurgical Engineering
101-150
Key Statistics
33547
Total Enrollment
27.0%
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International Students
Programs
Undergraduate Programs
African Studies
Ancient History and Classical Studies
Astronomy
Biology
Business Administration
Business Informatics
Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Catholic Religious Education
Chemistry
Chinese Studies
Classical Archaeology
Classical Philology
Comparative Literature
Computer Science
Dutch Language, Literature and Culture In A Central European Context -
Dutch Studies
Earth Sciences
Economics
Education
English and American Studies
European Ethnology
Fennistic Studies
Geography
German Studies
History
History of Art and Architecture
Hungarian Studies
International Business Administration
International Development
Japanese Studies
Jewish Studies
Korean Studies
Languages and Cultures of South Asia and Tibet
Linguistics
Mass Media and Communication Science
Mathematics
Meteorology
Musicology
Near Eastern Studies
Nutritional Sciences
Philosophy
Physics
Political Science
Prehistory and Early History
Protestant Theology
Psychology
Romance Studies
Scandinavian Studies
Slavonic Studies
Social and Cultural Anthropology
Sociology
Sports Sciences
Statistics
Studies In Egyptology
Theater, Film and Media Studies
Transcultural Communication
Graduate Programs
African Studies
Ancient History and Classical Studies
Ancient Near Eastern Languages and Oriental Archaeology
Anglophone Literatures and Cultures
Anthropology
Applied Linguistics
Arabic Studies
Astronomy
Behavior, Neurobiology and Cognition
Biological Chemistry
Buddhist Studies
Business Administration
Business Informatics
Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies
Cartography and Geographic Information Science
Catholic Religious Education
Chemistry
Chinese Studies
Classical Archaeology
Classical Philology (Latin)
Classical Phiology (Greek)
Comparative Linguistics of Indo-European Languages and Celtic Studies
Comparative Literature
Conservation Biology and Biodiversity Management
Contemporary History
Creole - Cultural Differences and Transnational Processes
Culture and Society of Modern South Asia
Didactics Of Informatics
Dutch Studies
Earth Sciences
East Asian Economy and Society
East European History
Ecology
Economics
Education
English Language and Linguistics
Environmental Sciences
European Ethnology
European Master In Health and Physical Activity
Evolutionary Biology
Finno-Ugrian Studies
Gender Studies
General Linguistics: Grammar Theory and Cognitive Linguistics
General Slavonic Studies
Genetics and Developmental Biology
Geography
German As A Foreign and Second Language
German Studies
Global History
Historical and Cultural European Research
Historical Research, Historical Auxiliaries and Archive Science
History
History of Art and Architecture
History of Theatre, Film and Media
Hungarian Studies
International Business Administration
Interpretation
Islamic Religious Education
Islamic Studies
Japanese Studies
Jewish Studies
Korean Studies
Languages and Cultures of Francophone Areas
Languages and Cultures of Iberoromania
Languages and Cultures of South-East-Romania
Languages and Literatures of South Asia
Mass Media and Communication Science
Mathematics
Matilda: European Master In Women'S and Gender History
Mediaeval and Neolatin Studies
Media Informatics
Meteorology
Middle European Interdisciplinary Master Programme In Cognitive Science
Molecular Biology
Molecular Microbiology and Immunobiology
Musicology
Numismatics and The History of Money
Nursing Science
Nutritional Sciences
Palaeobiology
Philosophies and Religions of South Asia
Philosophy
Philosophy and History of Science
Physics
Plant Sciences
Political Science
Prehistory and Early History
Protestant Theology
Quantitative Economicsnagement and Finance
Regional Research and Regional Planning
Religious Studies
Romance Language and Communication
Romance Literature and Media Studies
Scandinavian Studies
Science - Technology - Society
Scientific Computing
Slavonic Studies (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian)
Slavonic Studies (Bulgarian)
Slavonic Studies (Czech)
Slavonic Studies (Polish)
Slavonic Studies (Russian)
Slavonic Studies (Slovak)
Slavonic Studies (Slovenian)
Slavonic Studies (Ukrainian)
Social and Cultural Anthropology
Social and Economic History
Sociology
Sports Sciences
Statistics
Studies In Egyptology
Theory of Theatre, Film and Media
Tibetan Studies
Translation
Turkish and Ottoman Studies
Urban Studies
Women'S and Gender History
Zoology