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Tuition & Scholarships

Tuition

The tuition fees at VMI represent a balanced price/performance ratio, can be financed by study grants and scholarships if necessary, do not increase during the entire duration of studies, and are the same for all students, regardless of their country of origin, so that usually only the payment modalities differ from each other.

 

Students with Austrian citizenship

Tuition may be paid in the form of monthly, semester or annual tuition fees.

 

Students with EU citizenship

Tuition may be paid in the form of semester or annual tuition fees. 

 

Students with third-country nationality (Non-EU countries)

Tuition must be paid in the form of annual tuition fees. 

Enrollment fee

A one-time fee of € 150 is payable upon initial enrollment/matriculation. 

Tuition fees for new enrollments as of winter semester 2022/23

  • Pre-study:                                    € 250 per month* or € 1500 per semester or € 3000 per year

  • Main studies:                               € 450 per month* or € 2700 per semester or € 5400 per year

  • Combined studies:                     € 550 per month* or € 3300 per semester or € 6600 per year

  • Main and second degree:          € 650 per month* or € 3900 per semester or € 7800 per year

* For monthly payments, an administrative fee of 20 euros per transfer is payable and proof of a corresponding standing order is required.

Study grants and scholarships

Students have the possibility, in accordance with the respective legal provisions, to apply to the relevant authorities (e.g. Stipendienstelle) for state study support or scholarships.

There are various options for students for study grants, scholarships and reductions, which may differ depending on the nationality. Applications for scholarships, for example, can be submitted to the Austrian scholarship office, the German BAföG or the responsible offices in the respective home countries.

Semesters abroad at international partner colleges and universities or internships abroad at international companies and organizations that take place in the course of Erasmus+ are also financially supported by grants from the European Commission. In addition, there are other financial support options for students, such as receiving family allowance, subsidies from AMS or WAFF, as well as discounts for public transportation or various cultural institutions. 
 

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