The International Office serves as hub of information for students and staff and is responsible for AAU’s international activities in teaching and education. Located at the intersection of three cultures, AAU is well connected both regionally and internationally: AAU is an active member of important international networks such as the Alps-Adriatic Rectors’ Conference or the Central Southeastern European PhD Network (CESEEnet) and participates in several international joint and double degree programmes with partner universities in the Alps-Adriatic Region, Poland and France. AAU currently has over 430 partnership agreements for the exchange of students and staff with over 250 universities in more than 50 countries worldwide, and it is constantly expanding its network of partners.
The International Office team advises students who plan to study or to do internships abroad (outgoing students). Furthermore, the International Office supports incoming students from partner universities during their stay at AAU.
A range of further important tasks are carried out by the International Office such as providing assistance for scientific and administrative members of the AAU staff who participate in an Erasmus+ mobility. Further information about the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme at AAU can be found here Erasmus Charta der AAU and here Erasmus Policy der AAU.
Furthermore, the International Office offers support in the application and implementation of EU educational projects (Erasmus+ Key Action 2 and Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Programmes), managing EU mobility projects such as Erasmus + Key Actions 103 & 107, and coordinating AAU’s international joint and double degree M.A. programmes.
As part of AAU’s integrative and comprehensive strategy for internationalization, the International Office also provides basic information about entry to and residence in Austria to all international students and staff. In addition, it coordinates AAU’s MORE-programme for asylum seekers and recognized refugees.
The International Office is closed for public access until further notice. Consultations and inquiries can be made by e-mail and telephone. Documents can be submitted digitally by e-mail.