Located near the banks of the beautiful Danube and just a few blocks from the United Nations, Webster University Vienna features an American education in an active central European environment.
Generations of artists, students and connoisseurs of life have sought out Vienna for its inspirational art and architecture, parks and palaces, music and opera, and of course, Kaffehaueser (coffee houses).
As a European crossroads, Vienna's proximity to Eastern Europe attracts a richly multinational population, which is reflected in Webster University's student body. While 60 nationalities are represented, the two largest national groups are Austrian and American, followed closely by students from Hungary, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Croatia, and others.
The presence of multinational banks, businesses, and the United Nations all contribute to the diversity of this cultural city. As with all Webster locations, Americans studying abroad at our Vienna campus join a thriving and active international student community.
Undergraduate and graduate students can study for a full semester or one 8-week term.
are generally taught in 8-week formats, with occasional 16-week courses.
Webster University, Vienna Relocating to Historic Palais Wenkheim
Webster Vienna will relocate to the historic Palais Wenkheim in Fall 2014. The neoclassical building is conveniently located in Vienna’s 2nd district, just a few steps away from the historic center. Read more about the new facilities here.