Location
  • Austria
    • Vienna
Starting Price
$1,400 USD
Term
Winter
Subject Areas
Architecture Art History Cultural Studies Design Literature Music Psychology Visual Arts

Program Details

Program Type
Direct Enrollment
Degree Level
Bachelors Masters PhD.
Language
English

Pricing

Starting Price
$1,400 USD
Price Details
Winter school fees are € 1,325 and include registration, tuition, and all planned excursions.

External students have to pay the Austrian students' union fee of € 20.70 to be admitted to the University of Vienna and to enjoy insurance coverage (general accident and liability insurance).

All additional costs for accommodation and board, as well as travel arrangements are the responsibility of the participants.
Participants will have to book accommodation themselves for the period of the winter school. Recommended accommodations can be found at the orientation section.
What's Included
Activities Classes Some Meals Wifi
What's Included (Extra)

Fees are € 675 for one course or € 1,150 for two courses and include registration, orientation material, welcome session, introductory course, teaching material, online excursions, and one free transcript.
External students have to pay the Austrian students' union fee of € 20.20.

What's Not Included
Accommodation Airfare Domestic Airfare Airport Transfers SIM cards Transportation Visa
Sep 06, 2021

About Program

The winter school courses provide a well-structured introduction into one of the most fascinating periods of Austria's intellectual history in a short time. The culture of the fin-de-siècle is one of the highlights in the history of the Habsburg Monarchy.
The two-week program combines first class academic courses with an extensive social and cultural program. The high level lectures in the morning are complemented with excursions to the city and to museums in the afternoon.
The international background of the participants offers the possibility to discuss the influence of developments in Vienna (e.g. the famous psychoanalyst Freud, painters like Klimt and Schiele, musicians like Mahler and Schönberg or philosophers like Wittgenstein) on different cultures in Europe and other continents.
The academic course environment encourages intercultural and social exchange and favors mutual understanding within the international student population.

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Program Highlights

  • Explore the developments of society, psychology, fine arts, music, and literature in Vienna around 1900
  • Study with renowned professors with international experience
  • Develop a thorough understanding of the impact of the fin-de-siécle culture on the modernization of Europe
  • Connect with students from all over the world
  • Enjoy Vienna's history and culture

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